• Review: Coldplay lets Beyonce, Bruno Mars overshadow band

    Give Chris Martin and Coldplay credit: It takes a certain lack of ego for musicians to essentially let themselves be upstaged at their own Super Bowl show.

  • Beyonce announces 2016 Formation World Tour

    Beyonce is working overtime this weekend: After releasing a new song Saturday and performing at the Super Bowl on Sunday, she's announced a new stadium tour.

  • ‘Aach ... Aku Jatuh Cinta’ a chaotic love story

    Garin Nugroho’s latest foray into romantic drama weighs on the artistic side with poor delivery of a story.

  • ‘THE FINEST HOURS’ Monotonous yet enjoyable

    Seasickness guaranteed: brilliant CGI storms, not so brilliant accents.

  • Celine Dion to speak but won't sing at Rene Angelil memorial

    Celine Dion will address the audience, but she isn't expected to sing at the memorial in Las Vegas for Rene Angelil, her husband and manager credited launching with her career.

  • The Revenant: Oscar-worthy brutal yet touching story of survival

    Leonardo DiCaprio has already collected two trophies for this movie, one Golden Globe and another from the Screen Actors Guild. But, one question remains, will he finally bring home an Oscar?

  • Lady Gaga to perform tribute to Bowie at Grammys

    Lady Gaga will pay tribute to the late David Bowie during the Grammy Awards later this month.

  • Vatican disputes pope film claim, says pontiff not an actor

    The Vatican is disputing a U.S. film studio's claim that the pope is making his movie debut, saying no scenes were shot for the venture and that the pope isn't an actor.

  • Fox's ambitious 'Grease: Live' shines despite rain

    Rain didn't dampen the spirits or performances of the cast and crew behind Fox's "Grease: Live."

  • 'Kung Fu Panda 3' tops box office; 'Finest Hours' flounders

    "Kung Fu Panda 3" kicked its way to the top of the North American box office with a respectable $41 million, according to Rentrak estimates Sunday.

  • Complete list of winners at 22nd annual SAG Awards

    A complete list of winners at Saturday's 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles:

  • Cable, streaming and Viola Davis star at the SAG Awards

    Television was praised as gutsy and bold as the Screen Actors Guild Awards honored shows that illuminate the lives of transgender parents and imprisoned women.

  • ‘The Boy’: Horror for beginners

    The Boy is a horror movie that has all the features to scare occasional horror moviegoers and teenagers but for seasoned fans of the genre it is likely to be a cliché-filled, easily forgettable experience.

  • Pope meets with fellow green campaigner, Leonardo DiCaprio

    The Oscar-nominated actor had a morning audience with the pope Thursday. The Vatican offered no immediate comment, other than to confirm the meeting was on the pope's agenda.

  • Sundance films take on mass shootings and guns in America

    The ongoing issue was the main subject of four new films at the Sundance Film Festival — two feature documentaries ("Newtown," ''Under the Gun") one short documentary, "Speaking is Difficult," and one feature, "Dark Night."

  • Film academy reforms spark new round of protests

    Since the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said it was altering membership rules in response to an outcry over the diversity of its voters and nominees, another uproar has erupted around Hollywood. Many academy members are protesting that the new measures unjustly scapegoat older academy members and imply they're racist.

  • In Oscars crisis, Chris Rock and a microphone loom large

    When Chris Rock first hosted the Oscars in 2005, the four black actors nominated that year — Morgan Freeman, Don Cheadle, Sophie Okonedo and Jamie Foxx (twice!) — didn't escape his notice.

  • Robert Redford knows Sundance has gotten too big

    Robert Redford is pretty sure this is the best Sundance Film Festival they've ever had, and he also knows that things have to change.

  • Review: Waves and nostalgia wash over 'The Finest Hours'

    Waves of water and nostalgia wash over the drenched and drippy "The Finest Hours," a Norman Rockwell painting tossed into stormy CGI seas.

  • Review: Third time's a charm for the witty 'Kung Fu Panda 3'

    If you're one of those people — and I'm with you — who roll your eyes when handed a pair of 3D glasses at the multiplex, wondering if all this rigmarole is REALLY necessary, then take heart: The lovely, color-popping visuals in "Kung Fu Panda 3" are well worth those darned glasses.