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Catching up with the cast of 'Lethal Weapon'
ABC News' Chris Connelly chats with Mel Gibson, Danny Glover and Rene Russo as the stars reunite and reflect on the popular film franchise.
Jay-Z drops '4:44,' first studio album in four years
The hip-hop mogul has been releasing trailers for his cryptically-titled project featuring Danny Glover and Lupita Nyongo.
Here's what we know so far about JAY-Z's '4:44' album
JAY-Z is set to release his latest album and fans are dying to know exactly what the rapper's been thinking. This is his 14th album and his first since 2013's "Magna Carta Holy Grail." A lot has happened to the 47-year-old mogul since then. He's changed his name. The rapper went from Jay Z, sans
Michelle Obama hosts 'bootcamp weekend' with friends
And we begin "Pop news" with Michelle Obama motivating Americans to work up a sweat. Taking her flair for fitness from the white house to Instagram. The former social media took to Instagram to show pictures of ray recent boot camp with lunges, crunches, planks with her pals saying she often hosted
Mel Gibson, Danny Glover , Rene Russo remember 'Lethal Weapon' on film's 30th anniversary
The stars of "Lethal Weapon" reunited in Los Angeles in celebration of the franchise's 30th anniversary. The reunion marks the first time Mel Gibson, Danny Glover and Rene Russo have been together since shooting the final scenes of "Lethal Weapon 4." "I think there was a lot of love between us,"
'Lethal Weapon' cast reunites for 30th anniversary of the classic buddy cop film
Mel Gibson, Danny Glover and Rene Russo reunited for the first time in Los Angeles since shooting the final scenes of "Lethal Weapon 4."
Late director Jonathan Demme's best known films
Jonathan Demme leaves behind a huge and diverse body of work that reflects his eye for uniquely American characters, his love for rock and roll and his compassion for social injustice. The 73-year-old Oscar-winning director died early this morning of complications from esophageal cancer, ABC News
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Harry Belafonte participates in economic human rights bus tour in 1999
Nov. 12, 1999: The entertainer and activist says, "The voiceless finally had a chance to speak for themselves."
Harlem Walking Tour Celebrates Black History Month
ABC News' Nicole Phillip explores the history of Harlem and famous landmarks.
'The View' Looks at Meryl Streep's Donald Trump Comments
The co-hosts discuss the Hollywood actress' comments about the president-elect at the Golden Globes.