Early studio estimates have landed “Twilight: Breaking Dawn” in the top three of the best opening-day gross of all time.
“Immortals” dislodged “Puss in Boots” atop the North American box office with an estimated $32 million over the weekend, giving Hollywood a big jolt after a couple of slow weeks.
The hard rock icons were originally thought to be joining Columbia Records, but that deal fell through simply because frontman David Lee Roth wanted to sign with a West Coast-based label.
“The Hunger Games” looks pretty intense, although some movie buffs are curious how the rest of the sci-fi flick will play out.
If you have some money to spare, go to L.A. this December 15-17 and be the man to own some iconic props and memorabilia from the “Back to the Future” trilogy.
Zoe Saldana will not be planning any wedding after the “Colombiana” actress reportedly ended her 11-year relationship with entrepreneur Keith Britton.
Many people find Dakota and Elle Fanning worthy of their dirty fantasies. They’re both gorgeous and talented actresses. Problem is, the girls are not even “legal” yet.
The original members of heavy metal legends Black Sabbath are reuniting for a first studio album in 33 years.
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Taylor Swift proved too tough for country music’s big boys as the young superstar took home the CMA Awards 2011 Entertainer of the Year on Wednesday.