Entertainment

(Undated) -- Idris Elba is reportedly being eyed for a role in the next "Star Trek" movie. "Variety" says the "Luther" star may be playing a Klingon villain, although neither his reps or Paramount Pictures have responded to the reports as yet. The third film in the rebooted film...
(Undated) -- Paul McCartney, Metallica and Sam Smith will headline Lollapalooza this summer. Florence and the Machine, Bassnectar, the Weeknd, Alt-J, Charli XCX, Alabama Shakes, Gary Clark Junior and Of Monsters and Men also are on the extensive bill for the three-day event,...
(Undated) -- The list of recordings in the National Recording Registry just got longer. The Doors' debut album, the Righteous Brothers' "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'," and Steve Martin's comedy album "A Wild and Crazy Guy" are just some of the 25 recordings that have been...
(Undated) -- HBO is putting "Looking" in its rear view. The cable network has canceled the gay-themed comedy after two seasons with plans to close out the series with a farewell special. "Looking's" ratings sank to troubling lows during its second season despite a lead-in from...
(Undated) -- "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson is out of a job. The BBC announced Wednesday it would not renew Clarkson's contract after an investigation into the host's attack on one of the show's producers earlier this month. In a statement, BBC Director-General Tony Hall said...
(Undated) -- There's a major shakeup with British boy band One Direction. Group member Zayn Malik has quit the chart-topping band. A statement on Facebook says the group's four remaining members Niall, Harry, Liam and Louis, would carry on without him and "look forward to the...
(Undated) -- It seems Jon Hamm has more in common with his "Mad Men" character than most people realized. The actor's publicist confirmed Tuesday that he recently completed treatment for alcohol addiction. The statement doesn't say when he entered the program, but says he did it...
(Hollywood, CA) -- Will Ferrell is taking his place on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. Ferrell was honored with the two-thousandth-547th star on the famed walk in front of the Hollywood Wax Museum Tuesday. Los Angeles, Mayor Eric Garcetti was among those on hand for the star...
(New York, NY) -- Now that he's declared his plans to run for the White House, Texas Senator Ted Cruz wants future voters to know him a little better. In an interview with "CBS This Morning," the 44-year-old shared why he switched from being a classic rock fan to a country music...