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'Don't Breathe' Scores, Ousts 'Suicide Squad' at Box Office
The horror movie "Don't Breathe" has reason to let out a big sigh of relief
Box Office Top 20: 'Suicide,' 'Sausage' Stay on Top
"Suicide Squad" and "Sausage Party" remained no. 1 and no. 2 at the weekend box office in North America, while a trio of newcomers failed to make much of a dent
'Ben-Hur' Crashes, 'Suicide Squad' Stays on Top for 3rd Week
A big-budget remake of 'Ben-Hur' was trampled under a herd of holdovers and new releases at the box office, the latest casualty in a bruising summer for Hollywood
Box Office Top 20: 'Sausage Party' Scarfs up $34.3 Million
It was a feast for the raunchy animated comedy "Sausage Party" at the box office this weekend
Led Zeppelin to Face Jury Trial for 'Stairway to Heaven' Copyright Lawsuit
Led Zeppelin 's rock tune "Stairway to Heaven" may be a rip-off of the song "Taurus" from a lesser-known band called Spirit, according to a lawsuit that will be presented to a jury next month. Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant , and bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones are
Tony Goldwyn Dishes on 'Scandal' Mid-Season Premiere
The on-screen president talks about what fans can expect after the dramatic mid-season finale.
Bill Cosby Faces New Accuser, Cindra Ladd
A former Hollywood executive is the latest woman to come forward and accuse comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Cindra Ladd, a philanthropist and former entertainment executive who is married to former Fox and MGM/UA chief Alan Ladd Jr., wrote in an op-ed piece published in the Huffington Post
Details Revealed on the Next James Bond Movie, 'Spectre'
The next James Bond movie will be titled “Spectre,” and shooting will begin Monday, executives announced in a live-streaming conference today. “Spectre,” the 24th movie in the franchise, will feature Daniel Craig , Christoph Waltz , Ralph Fiennes , Monica Bellucci, David Batista and Naomie Harris.
'An awful lot to live for'
H e almost didn't say anything. The place was home plate at Yankee Stadium. The day was July 4, 1939. The weather was steamy. And the circumstances were heart-breaking. The New York Yankees were honoring Lou Gehrig between games of a doubleheader with the Washington Senators just two short months
'Weekend at Bernie's' Creators Dig Up Dead Guy's Past in Lawsuit
The creators of the classic '80s comedy "Weekend at Bernie's" claim that just like their boss Bernie in the movie, they have been "stiffed" by the studios. Writer Robert Klane and director Ted Kotcheff were behind the 1989 cult-classic, which depicts the antics of two employees parading their dead