Arnold Schwarzenegger likened the U.S. Capitol siege to Nazi attacks in Europe in a video in which he called President Trump "the worst president ever."
On suiting up to replace Ruby Rose in the iconic role, Leslie says she "felt an immense amount of responsibility to save the world. Me, Javicia."
'Nomadland' scores best picture from the National Society of Film Critics. The group held its vote on the best of 2020's film Saturday.
Indie musician Ariel Pink has been dropped by his label after confirming he attended the Trump rally that led to a mob violently storming the Capitol.
What's on TV Saturday, Jan. 9, plus Sunday talk shows.
Miya Ponsetto, the "SoHo Karen" who faces four felony charges connected to an alleged assault, insisted on wearing a "Daddy" cap for Gayle King interview.
Director Kornél Mundruczó and writer Kata Webér explored their own reactions to the loss of their child to create a messy and miraculous portrayal of the many forms of grief.
Kevin Sorbo, a.k.a. 1990s TV's Hercules, was shut down by former costar Lucy Lawless, who played Xena, in a Twitter debate over the Capitol rioters.
A bigger platform means new scrutiny for the "Karate Kid" spinoff, indebted to Eastern traditions but from white creators and a largely white cast.
Tommy Lasorda, the legendary L.A. Dodgers manager who died Thursday, had an ample acting résumé — mostly for appearances as his inimitable self.