Olivia de Havilland files lawsuit over 'Feud'
The screen legend's lawsuit claims the FX series paints her in a false light, including her portrayal by Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Judy Garland, Richard Pryor, David Bowie, The Eagles, N.W.A and more added to National Recording Registry
If there's one song you'd think would already be in the National Recording Registry, it's Judy Garland 's classic take on "Over the Rainbow" from "The Wizard of Oz." That song is one of 25 recordings the Library of Congress has added to its registry because of their "cultural, artistic and
Inside President Obama's Final White House Concert
Guests at President Obama's final concert at the White House had to go through three security checkpoints and then take the low-tech step of placing their cellphones in brown paper bags that would be returned to them at the end of the night. No one questioned the security precaution that would
Dr . Dre Issued Rare Citizen's Arrest After Driveway Confrontation
Music mogul Dr. Dre was handcuffed and patted down by sheriff's deputies outside of his Malibu home after an alleged road rage dispute on Monday morning. Authorities were called by a male motorist who pulled off the Pacific Coast Highway and stopped in front of the music producer's home. According
Steven Tyler's New Record Is 'Better Than Expected,' but 'an Awkward Move'
This week, Snoop Dogg reconnects with his roots while expanding into new territory, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler makes his solo debut, the new “Ghostbusters” movie gets a soundtrack, singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka releases his second album, pop-punk band Good Charlotte returns and Dirty Heads
'Boyz N the Hood' Celebrates 25th Anniversary
On July 12, 1991, John Singleton's movie "Boyz N the Hood" was released in the United States. Twenty-five years later, the movie is considered one of the finest movies about urban life ever produced. It launched the acting career of former N.W.A. rapper Ice Cube , provided breakout acting roles for
Ariana Grande, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Mudcrutch and More Music Reviews
This week Ariana Grande returns with a more mature image, Bob Dylan drops another collection of standards, Eric Clapton hints at a goodbye, Tom Petty reforms his pre-Heartbreakers band Mudcrutch for their second outing, Blake Shelton sings about falling-apart relationships and blossoming new ones,
Snoop Dogg Weighs in on 2016 Election, Possible 'Straight Outta Compton' Sequel
When it comes to politics, Snoop Dogg would rather drop it like it's hot. The rapper joked that he doesn't even know who the contenders are when asked about his thoughts on the upcoming election. "I don't even know who's running. No need, I'm good," Snoop Dogg told ABC News at AOL's NewFront 2016
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros' New Album Is 'Strangely Aimless'
This week alt-rock icon PJ Harvey returns with her first album in five years, “neo-soul” singer Musiq Soulchild releases a slick, new album, Sam Beam of Iron & Wine fame collaborates with fellow singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop, rapper Mr. Lif releases a new album, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Common and Ice Cube Bury the Hatchet With New 'Barbershop' Film
Oscar-winner Common and recent Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ice Cube are starring together in the movie "Barbershop: The Next Cut." The co-stars stopped by “ Good Morning America ” today to chat about the film. “We didn’t want to do just a barbershop,” Ice Cube told Robin Roberts . “We wanted