Then and Now: See How the Cast of ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’ Looks Today
Take a glimpse at how the Toons and the humans from 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit?' look today.
New Movies: ‘300: Rise of an Empire,’ ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’
This weekend, we get the sequel to a massive action blockbuster from a few years ago, plus a new animated tale about a boy and his dad, who is a dog.
New Movies: ‘Non-Stop,’ ‘Son of God’
Two very different features hit theaters this weekend. The first is an action-thriller with Liam Neeson (seems like all he ever does is action-thrillers these days, doesn't it?). The second tells the story of Jesus Christ. So yeah, pretty different.
Then & Now: How Famous Sidekicks From TV and Film Look Today
Every Batman needs a Robin, right?
These Wombats Sure Do Love Getting Belly Rubs
Most people have never met a wombat, but if you ever do, be sure to rub his belly. Apparently they just love that.
New Movies: ‘3 Days to Kill,’ ‘Pompeii’
In the mood for some action? Good news! You can now do spy-thriller action or disaster-movie action. Choose wisely.
Ralph Waite of ‘The Waltons’ Dies at 85
Ralph Waite, a fixture on American TV screens during the 1972-1981 run of 'The Waltons,' died Thursday. He was 85.
New Movies: ‘Endless Love,’ ‘Winter’s Tale,’ ‘About Last Night,’ ‘Robocop’
What a great lineup of romantic films hitting theaters this Valentine's Day weekend—wait, 'Robocop'? What the heck is 'Robocop' doing there?
All-American Football Player Michael Sam Announces He’s Gay
Michael Sam, an All-American defensive end at the University of Missouri, announced that he was gay, setting him up to be the first openly homosexual player in the NFL.
New Movies: ‘The Monuments Men,’ ‘The LEGO Movie,’ ‘Vampire Academy’
After a somewhat slow start to the moviegoing year, this weekend features three big-time pictures hitting theaters, with something for all ages.
‘Jeopardy!’ Contestant’s Unconventional Style Rankles Viewers — But He Wins
Answer: This 'Jeopardy!' contestant has used game theory to rack up four straight wins with a style that annoys some traditional viewers.
New Movies: ‘That Awkward Moment,’ ‘Labor Day’
A comedy and a drama hit theaters this weekend. A comedy and a drama? That's both kinds of faces on those masks!
Angry Birds Attack Peace Doves Released by Pope Francis & Children
Just after Pope Francis and two children released two doves into the air above St. Peter's Square in Rome on Monday, a seagull and a crow swooped in and attacked the smaller birds.
New Movies: ‘I, Frankenstein,’ ‘Dallas Buyers Club’
New this weekend: the latest update of a classic horror tale, and a critics' darling and multiple Golden Globe-winning drama expands to theaters across the country.
Possible Shooting on University of Oklahoma Campus [UPDATED]
A report of shots fired on the campus of the University of Oklahoma came in at 11:17 a.m. CST. Police are on the scene; no victims have been reported as of yet.
New Movies: ‘Devil’s Due,’ ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,’ ‘The Nut Job,’ ‘Ride Along’
Oscar nominations came out Thursday morning, with films like 'American Hustle' and '12 Years a Slave' leading the way. You can probably bet that none of this weekend's new releases will figure into next year's Oscars, but that doesn't mean there won't be somet…
Two Students Injured in New Mexico Middle School Shooting [UPDATED]
Shots were fired at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, New Mexico, Tuesday morning.
New Movies: ‘The Legend of Hercules,’ ‘Lone Survivor,’ ‘Her’
Two of these ('Lone Survivor,' 'Her') aren't technically opening this weekend, but they are expanding to many more theaters. That, along with the year's first Hercules flick (yup, there's another one coming in July) and the recent slew of high-quality holiday relea…
Maddux, Glavine, Thomas Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame; Biggio Falls Short
On Wednesday Major League Baseball announced that Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas were all elected to baseball's Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
A ‘Polar Vortex’ Is Freezing Over Much of America
If you live in the Midwest, you already know this: it's very, very, extremely, downright absurdly cold out there. And things are only going to get worse as what weather experts call a "polar vortex" begins covering more and more of the country.