Entertainment

(Undated) -- Billy Idol's tour will be starting a little later than expected. A "pesky chest infection" has forced the rocker to postpone the trek's first two shows scheduled to take place Wednesday in New Orleans and Thursday in Atlanta. Idol says he's disappointed about...
(Los Angeles, CA) -- The Los Angeles coroner's office has reportedly ruled Greg Plitt's death an accident. According to "People" authorities say the 37-year-old fitness model died from multiple blunt force injuries after he was struck by a train at the Burbank Metrolink Station...
(Undated) -- "The Interview" is heading to Netflix. The streaming video company announced Tuesday that the controversial Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy will be available in the U.S. and Canada starting this Saturday, January 24th. The news comes on the same day Sony Pictures...
(Undated) -- Sony's controversial comedy "The Interview" is breaking even in sales. The studio says the movie, which was almost shelved over threats of a terrorist attack, has brought in 40-million-dollars in online and TV on-demand rentals and purchases, plus an additional six-...
(Undated) -- Weird Al Yankovic is taking his show on the road. The pop parodist has announced dates for "The Mandatory Tour" as a follow up to his 2014 hit album "Mandatory Fun." The outing will begin with a five-night stand at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, starting May 12th...
(Undated) -- Motley Crue is mapping out the final leg of the band's "Final Tour." The group has announced dates for the second North American leg of the outing, which will close out a 34-year career with a December 31st show at Staples Center in the band's hometown of Los...
(Boston, MA) -- It's going to take more than a successful movie career for one of Mark Wahlberg's victims to accept his apology. According to WBZ-TV, one of the victims in the 1986 racially- motivated attack involving Wahlberg says a pardon should not be granted, because if the...
(Undated) -- Justin Bieber is next in line to get the Comedy Central roast treatment. "Us Weekly" says the 20-year-old pop star will be the target of jokes all night on an upcoming special scheduled to air on the cable channel on March 7th. A Comedy Central source says the idea...
(Undated) -- Mike Huckabee says critics coming down on the movie "American Sniper" and the movie's subject have it all wrong. The former Arkansas governor is defending the film, which has drawn criticism over its perceived glorification of war. On the contrary, Huckabee says "...