Entertainment

(Undated) -- Kim Kardashian's punting for T-Mobile at this year's Super Bowl. The reality TV star pokes fun of her selfie-taking ways in a new ad for the wireless service carrier that also includes a "serious" message about lost data. Kim implores her audience to "Help Save The...
(Undated) -- Oscar nominated actor Benedict Cumberbatch is in apology mode after using the world "colored" to describe black people on Tavis Smiley's TV talk show. "The Imitation Game" star issued an apology Monday saying, "I make no excuse for my being an idiot and know the...
(Undated) -- The star power is fading on "The Celebrity Apprentice's" Team Vortex. On Monday, Team Vortex lost both challenges and said goodbye to two team members. Reality star Kate Gosselin was the second celebrity eliminated after she failed to contain the drama between Kenya...
(Undated) -- A new documentary is taking on the Church of Scientology using its biggest celebrity face. Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman are at the center of some shocking confessions revealed in "Going Clear," the new movie from Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney. Marty Rathbun,...
(Undated) -- From Selma to New Orleans, director Ava DuVernay is on the move. DuVernay, who guided the film "Selma" to a Best Picture Oscar nomination, will tackle a new feature film set in the time of Hurricane Katrina. Participant Media says DuVernay will write, produce and...
(Undated) -- Emma Watson is stepping into the shoes of a beloved Disney princess. The British actress announced on Facebook Monday that she's been cast as Belle in an upcoming live-action adaptation of the classic 1991 film "Beauty and the Beast." Emma, who is best known for the...
(New York, NY) -- Melissa Rivers is going forward with legal action against the New York clinic where her mother, late comedienne Joan Rivers, stopped breathing. In a statement Monday, Rivers said the decision to file the lawsuit was difficult for her to make. She went on to say...
(Undated) -- Fox is reportedly circling an "X-Men" TV series to add to its primetime lineup. "Entertainment Weekly" says discussions are under way for a small-screen version of the blockbuster superhero movie franchise. The deal is reportedly far from complete and details are...
(New York, NY) -- Broadway has cancelled all of its scheduled performances for Monday night, as the snow piles up on the streets of New York City. The Broadway League has released a statement confirming that no theaters will be open for audiences, due to the 11:00 p.m. travel...