Michael C. Hall is back on television. After starring for eight seasons on the Showtime crime drama “Dexter,” the actor will debut his new series on Netflix called “Safe” on Thursday, May 10.
Actress Natalie Portman has snubbed a prestigious prize known as the “Jewish Nobel,” saying she did not want her attendance to be seen as an endorsement of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
From 20th Century Fox and producers Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen of Temple Hill Entertainment, producers of the phenomenally successful Twilight series and The Fault in Our Stars comes “Love, Simon”, the most socially relevant YA film ever to be produced, overflowing with universal feels based on the book by Becky Albertalli.
James Bond actor Daniel Craig’s Aston Martin, numbered with the character’s signature 007, sold at auction Friday for $468,500.
Saudi Arabia hosted its first public film screening in over 35 years on Friday, two days after US movie giant AMC unveiled the kingdom’s debut theatre in Riyadh.
Ryan Reynolds is so back after breaking box office records, returns as “Deadpool” and this time the Merc with the Mouth’s movie is bigger and more badass than ever in “Deadpool 2″.
CBS has renewed one of its longest running series for another run. “NCIS” is getting a season 16 but one original cast member won’t be back.
Bella tweeted Sunday that the professional wrestlers have ended their relationship and asked for privacy.
Sci-fi action flick “Rampage” topped North American box offices over the weekend, taking in an estimated $34.5 million to barely beat out horror film “A Quiet Place,” industry tracker Exhibitor Relations said Sunday.
Comcast and Netflix today announced an expansion of their partnership that will provide Comcast the ability to include a Netflix subscription in new and existing Xfinity packages.