• Partial list of Oscar winners

    Partial list of winners at Sunday's 87th annual Academy Awards presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

  • Netflix mistakenly gives fans a glance at 'House of Cards'

    "House of Cards" fans got a brief glance at the third season when Netflix accidentally posted its hit series online Wednesday, two weeks early.

  • Sony and Marvel team up for the future of Spider-Man

    Sony and Marvel/Disney are finally bringing Spider-Man and the Avengers back together.

  • Sam Smith wins 4 Grammys, Beck takes home album of the year

    Sam Smith was the king of the Grammys, taking home three of the top four awards, including song and record of the year for "Stay With Me," and best new artist, while Beck won album of the year.

  • Pharrell, Beyonce, Rosanne Cash win 3 Grammys each

    Pharrell's two-year-old song is still bringing him happiness: The performer, who won four Grammys last year, won three awards Sunday and is still a contender for album of the year.

  • Beyonce wins Grammy, up for 5 more, including top album

    Beyonce was an early winner at the Grammys — not for singing, but for producing.

  • Naga ‘Lyla’ Intrigued by acting

    For musician Indra Perdana Sinaga, acting is an intriguing world filled with exciting things that he likes to explore.

  • ‘Kapan Kawin?’ Humdrum romcom

    So irritating has it become that an online movement emerged a few years ago urging people to stop asking the question, and pictorials suggesting witty answers to the question often go viral on social media.

  • Haunting parallels between Whitney Houston, daughter

    The parallels are haunting: Bobbi Kristina Brown and her mother, Whitney Houston, were both found face-down in bathtubs as the music industry prepared for the Grammy Awards.

  • Rep: Bobbi Kristina is fighting for her life

    Bobbi Kristina Brown is fighting for her life, according to a statement from the Houston family Monday.

  • ‘Rock N Love’ does Tantri and Kotak no justice

    Rock N Love is a senselessly scripted semi-biographical film about the rock band Kotak that makes you cringe throughout its run time.

  • Carissa Putri Back on screen after some family time

    However, the actress said that she could not resist the temptation to return to the silver screen after giving up acting for several years to raise her child.

  • Sundance doc 'Hot Girls Wanted' explores amateur porn

    "Teen" is the most searched term in online pornography, and thousands of young people enter the amateur porn industry every day, lured by promises of quick money and hopes for fame.

  • Courtney Love, Frances Bean appear together at Sundance

    Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean made a rare public appearance together at the premiere of the documentary, "Cobain: Montage of Heck," at the Sundance Film Festival.

  • ‘Blackhat’: Mann’s flawed cyberthriller

    Michael Mann’s latest film, Blackhat, offers a strong start and exciting plot developments, but fumbles at the finale.

    Mann, known as one of the best shooters in Hollywood, uses his expertise to make hacking look oh so sexy from the film’s first scenes, taking us deep inside computers to see what is happening in the digital universe during a hack.

  • Sondre Lerche: Meditating on the curse of being in love

    Norwegian singer/songwriter Sondre Lerche has been praised by critics for crafting a new vocabulary for pop music over the course of 13 years and seven studio albums. But the 32 year old is not counting.

  • Box office top 20: 'American Sniper' hits $107 million

    The record wide-release opening of "American Sniper" was even bigger than estimated. Clint Eastwood's war drama took in $107 million over the four-day Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.

  • Amazon to produce, acquire original movies

    Amazon is getting into the movie business.

  • Avenged Sevenfold ready to rock Jakarta

    California-based metal band Avenged Sevenfold (A7x)is in town to appease hungry fans after their planned concert in 2012 was put on hold due to technical glitches by the would-be promoter.

  • ‘Garuda Superhero’ Rehashing tropes, with less-than-exciting results

    While talking to the press, Garuda Superhero director X-Jo touted his film as the first locally made movie using computer generated imagery (CGI). He told many stories of trying for more than 10 years to materialize a dream of producing the nation’s first CGI film.

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