Kevin Bacon has a message for anyone born after 1985: You have no idea how hard life was in the '80s, and it's time for you to show some respect for that decade's culture and technology.
"True Detective" ended its critically acclaimed first season Sunday with an episode that left fans feeling more than satisfied.
While some viewers might not be familiar Jake McLaughlin and Johnny Sequoyah, the stars of the new supernatural show "Believe," film and television fans will no doubt know a couple of the big names behind the scenes — such as Alfonso Cuarón and J.J. Abrams.
There were plenty of daytime TV talkers already on the tube when Steve Harvey kicked off his self-titled show in 2012. But even in the early days, Harvey had faith in his program because he knew he had something to offer that no one else did.
Jason Bateman mostly plays friendly, kind guys you'd be happy to hang out with. Then there's his misanthropic, bitter Guy Trilby, a grown-up who muscles his way into a children's spelling bee in the new film "Bad Words.
"300: Rise of an Empire" cut down its competition at the box office this weekend, handily defeating second place finisher "Mr. Peabody and Sherman." The stylistic and bloody follow-up to 2007 hit "300" earned $45.1 million, while the animated offering took in $32.5 million.
It happens every season: A promising show gets canceled before its time, and this year will be no different. But just because that happens doesn't mean you should miss out on quality, under-appreciated offerings that are on now.
"Lindsay" was touted as a docuseries chronicling Lindsay Lohan's "attempts to build a new life" in New York City following her sixth stint in rehab.
Self-declared "obsessed" "Saturday Night Live" fan Lena Dunham stripped bare and gave it her all on Saturday's show — and that's both literal and figurative.
Michael Urie was a familiar face as Marc St. James on the television hit "Ugly Betty." As a critically acclaimed star on and off Broadway ("Buyer & Cellar," "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"), the actor continues to make his mark in front of audiences.
Director Wes Anderson has worked out his whimsical, heartfelt adventures on the sea, amid the mess of a brilliant family, and on a New England island.
Lena Dunham tells it like it is and Hannah Horvath says the darndest things. Dunham has been putting words into the mouth of her "Girls" character for three seasons and this weekend, as the host of "Saturday Night Live," she's bound to perform in skits inspired by both personas.
Jennifer Lawrence can certainly provide her own comic relief by tripping and one-lining her way through an awards show. But the friend she brought to Sunday's Oscars is a star in her own right with her published account of what it's like to be a guest for Hollywood's biggest show.
"Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon brought another one of his old fan-favorite "Late Night" gags to his new digs on Thursday. And this time, Water War, a game that's seen the likes of Jon Hamm and Ryan Reynolds get soaked to the bone, claimed a new victim — Lindsay Lohan.
Not-so-surefooted actress Jennifer Lawrence took her second annual Oscar stumble on Sunday when a traffic cone tripped her up on the red carpet.
Musician Mike DelGuidice's dream came true after spending 15 years fronting a Billy Joel cover band in Long Island, NY — when the real Piano Man called and asked him to join his band.
It didn't go for "a hundred million, trillion, billion dollars," but Pee-wee Herman's awesome red retro beach cruiser bike that co-starred with him in 1985's "Pee-wee's Big Adventure" has sold on eBay.
Lena Dunham is a writer, producer and actress, but that's not all. The "Girls" creator is also a "Saturday Night Live" superfan. This weekend, she'll get to make one of her "SNL" dreams come true by hosting the show. But another one has already been fulfilled.
Finally a reboot of a beloved retro series that feels fresh and fun. Cartoon characters "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" got their start in the 1960s, but their new full-length movie doesn't feel one bit dated.
Seven years after Isaiah Washington was fired from "Grey's Anatomy," the actor will return to the medical drama for one special episode, ABC has confirmed. Washington will reprise his role as Dr.
It's called "Frozen," but it's hot, hot, hot. Especially if you're a parent of young kids, it's hard to escape the Disney blockbuster, which just this week crossed the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office.
Royal-watchers finally get to hear Nicole Kidman deliver lines as Princess Grace in the new U.K. trailer for "Grace of Monaco." (She was seen, but not heard in the earlier trailer.)And, well, just what is that accent Kidman is using?
Could there have been a new judge on "Dancing With the Stars" this season? Seems like it was almost a reality. Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who's back after a two-season hiatus, told TODAY that he almost returned to the show this year not as a pro dancer, but as a member of the panel.
When Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony spent several minutes honoring movie heroes, there was one real-life hero who didn't get a chance to join them: 5-year-old Miles Scott.