Best-known as one of the original cast of 'Saturday Night Live,' Gilda Radner pushed through her personal struggles one joke at a time and captured the hearts of an admiring world.
Spooked by the number 13, black cats and walking under a ladder? You're in pretty famous company.
For over four decades, the reputation of Penn State head coach Joe Paterno was lionized, having reached its pinnacle the very same year it took an irrevocable fall from grace with the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal. The new film, 'Paterno,' explores the questions surrounding the iconic coach's demise.
Over the course of 15 seasons, 'American Idol' spawned some of the music industry’s biggest stars. Ahead of ABC’s March 11th reboot of the Fox juggernaut, we take a nostalgic look back on the high and low notes the reality show’s champs have struck in their careers.
'The Shape of Water' was the big winner at the 2018 Academy Awards with four Oscars, while the night’s most prestigious acting awards went to performances in 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,' 'Darkest Hour' and 'I, Tonya.'
In this 1981 documentary, 'Be Pretty and Shut Up,' American and French actors such as Jane Fonda and Maria Schneider discuss that era's sexism and sexual harassment.
Helen Mirren as Mrs. Winchester is the only draw for the new film 'Winchester,' loosely based on the eccentric heiress whose San Jose, California mansion is now a tourist attraction.
The much-anticipated second season of 'American Crime Story' examines the events leading up to Versace's death and explores the cultural context of his murder, including the homophobic climate of the 1990s.
All eyes will be on Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Donald Trump and Jay Z in the coming year. Who else? These are the people to watch in 2018.
Entertaining but flawed, 'The Greatest Showman' will nevertheless charm young audiences.
In celebration of James Cameron, Celine Dion, Jack and Rose and the haunting legacy of the RMS Titanic on the 20th anniversary of the film 'Titanic,' we selected some of our favorite quotes.
In Steven Spielberg's 'The Post,' Meryl Streep brings Katharine Graham's 1971 decision to have the Washington Post publish the top secret Pentagon Papers to life. However, there's only so much that one film can include. Here's the real story behind 'The Post.'