Entertainment

(Undated) -- Bill Cosby is sharing his expectations for the media - black media in particular - in covering his story. The embattled comedy legend offered rare remarks Friday in the midst of mounting allegations against him. Reached at home by a "New York Post" reporter, Cosby...
(Undated) -- Author J.K. Rowling is trickling out story surprises for Harry Potter fans in the days leading up to Christmas. Rowling released the first Potter-themed surprise Friday after fans were asked to solve a riddle on the Pottermore website. The first reveal is a new...
(Undated) -- Beyonce dropped another visual surprise on fans Friday, one year after the surprise release of her groundbreaking visual album. An eleven-minute, black-and-white video, titled "Yours and Mine," finds the music superstar sharing her thoughts on, among other things,...
(New York, NY) -- Robin Willliams' widow Susan Schneider is walking the red carpet for him as one of the actor's last movies approaches its wide release date. "People' says Schneider was at the New York City premiere of "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" Thursday night,...
(Undated) -- Sony employees are dealing with another e-mail threat. Staffers reported receiving another threatening message Thursday on their computer screens, promising to do more damage if certain demands were not met. A similar message was sent to staffers last week. The...
(Undated) -- J.J. Abrams is putting names to the faces of some of the characters who appeared in the recent teaser trailer for the next "Star Wars" movie, "The Force Awakens." The director and Lucasfilm have unveiled the names through a series of mocked up trading cards released...
(Washington, DC) -- Presidential spokesman Josh Earnest says an apology by Sony executives is appropriate. Two Sony execs publicly apologized for embarrassing and racially-tinged e-mails about President Obama. The leaked e-mails, posted online by hackers, found the two joking...
(Undated) -- Scott Stapp's family says the troubled Creed frontman believes he's a CIA agent assigned to kill President Obama. That's what his estranged wife and her sister tell a 911 dispatcher on newly released tapes obtained by TMZ. Jaclyn Stapp apparently made the call when...
(Undated) -- Sony executive Amy Pascal and producer Scott Rudin are both apologizing for embarrassing racially-tinged e-mails about President Obama. The leaked e-mails, posted online by hackers, found the two joking about the President's preferences in movies by guessing black-...