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Entertainment

  • Too sloppy for a star?

    Singaporean singer Stefanie Sun's casual get-up at McDonald's causes a stir online, but celebs defend her right to dress down when not working

  • 'Turtles' outmuscle Stallone, Schwarzenegger at box office

    The "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" remained in top spot at the North American box office this weekend, outmuscling the latest installment of Sylvester Stallone's geriatric "Expendables" action-hero franchise, estimates showed Sunday.

  • Daughter of Robin Williams faced online abuse

    Robin Williams' daughter has abandoned her online social media accounts in disgust following what she called "cruel and unnecessary" messages following her father's death, a move that has prompted Twitter to explore how it handles such situations.

  • Robin Williams hanged self but no answer as to why

    Although police have now revealed how Robin Williams killed himself, the Oscar-winning actor's fans, friends and even family continue to struggle to understand why someone who spread so much joy throughout the world could find so little in his own life that he decided to stop living.

  • Pay respects

    A boy leaves flowers at the home of Robin Williams (insert photo), on Monday, in Tiburon, California. Williams, a brilliant shapeshifter who could channel his frenetic energy into delightful comic characters like "Mrs. Doubtfire" or harness it into richly nuanced work like his Oscar-winning turn in "Good Will Hunting," died Monday in an apparent suicide. He was 63. Williams was pronounced dead at his San Francisco Bay Area home Monday, according to the sheriff's office in Marin County, north of San Francisco.(AP/George Nikitin)

  • Robin Williams, boisterous comedy star, dead at 63

    Robin Williams, a brilliant shapeshifter who could channel his frenetic energy into delightful comic characters like "Mrs. Doubtfire" or harness it into richly nuanced work like his Oscar-winning turn in "Good Will Hunting," died Monday in an apparent suicide. He was 63.

  • ‘Into The Storm’: Up-sized tornadoes leave flat impression

    Like the mismatch of the supersized, thunderous tornadoes against the county they flatten, Into the Storm (ITS) mixes broad but disconnected elements to leave a measurable impact on the plane of a viewer’s impressions.

  • ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’: A gen-X tale retold, reinterpreted

    If you grew up watching the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) cartoon series in the 1990s and expect to experience some nostalgia by watching the franchise’s latest live action installment, then prepare to be disappointed.

  • Lovely couple

    Beyonce and JAY Z perform on stage during the Beyonce and Jay Z - On the Run Tour at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, in Los Angeles.

  • Colin Firth is a killer spy in new 'Kingsman' film

    Colin Firth is a "gentleman spy" with a killer umbrella and Samuel L. Jackson is a blood-hating villain with a lisp in Fox's forthcoming "Kingsman: The Secret Service."

  • Last survivor of The Ramones punk band dies

    Drummer Tommy Ramone, the last surviving founding member of the pioneering punk band The Ramones, has died, the band announced on social media Saturday.

  • ‘Deliver Us from Evil’ in need of some ‘exorcise’

    Nothing is scarier than watching a scary movie that is (ostensibly) based on true events. Despite the nightmares that ensue, the element of verisimilitude easily elevates any horror movie from failure to kitsch.

  • Korean suspenser ‘The Target’ changing the game

    What could be worse than being tangled in a mafia-backed crime? A lot of things could happen, especially when you have a battle-tested soldier on the wrong end of a long chase spanning 36 hours.

  • Toilet Blues: Reading between the frames

    Art house film Toilet Blues invites moviegoers to ponder heady decisions, freedom, charity and sins — and whether all of those really matter.

  • Transformers: Age of Extinction: More explosions, fewer shockwaves

    The latest sequel of the giant robot franchise, Transformers: Age of Extinction (AoE), gives audiences the metal crushing and shredding explosions that they love — but only in terms of quantity, not quality.

  • Faultless adaption, cast

    It’s a simple story of girl meets boy, girl has cancer and so does the boy — and they fall in love. The hard part is that a cry fest is guaranteed in The Fault in Our Stars.

  • Vikings and dragons up the game

    DreamWorks did not waste any time announcing a sequel to How To Train Your Dragon soon after the movie’s huge success in 2010, but it took four years for the fans of dragon riders to witness the new adventures of Hiccup and Toothless.

  • Casey Kasem, king of the Top 40 countdown, dies

    Casey Kasem, the internationally famous radio broadcaster with the cheerful manner and gentle voice who became the king of the top 40 countdown with a syndicated show that ran for decades, died Sunday. He was 82.

  • ‘22 Jump Street’: Endless laughter guaranteed

    Sometimes, a successful sequel does not have to offer anything new — this is just what 22 Jump Street offers.

    The sequel to the 2012 cop-buddy comedy hit, 21 Jump Street, follows almost exactly the same formula.

  • The butler from hell arrives

    Black Butler, based on the ever popular Japanese comic of the same title, is currently playing in theaters in Indonesia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan.