Tony Awards: On a night when the hilariously profane 'The Book of Mormon' reigned supreme, the famously troubled 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' got attention both positive and negative at Sunday's Tonys.
India is home to the world's most prolific film industry, one that is quickly making inroads into more established Western markets.
Conan O'Brien recieved an honorary doctorate of arts at Dartmouth. He praised the 1,700 graduates for earning their degrees, then boasted that "Dartmouth is giving me the same degree for interviewing the fourth lead in 'Twilight.'"
Pushing away from the gate at Narita Airport blends routine and ritual.
A new solo album by Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks, the Coen Brothers' 'True Grit' on DVD, brainy Brits, and more
The romantic drama 'Bride Flight' charts the lives of three Dutch women who travel to New Zealand as war brides.
Comic actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are a hilarious duo in this dry British comedy, 'The Trip.'
The documentary ‘Rejoice and shout’ celebrates giants of gospel music and its God-centered heart.
In New York's Hudson Valley, the gardens of the Rockefellers' Kykuit estate can enrich your gardening experience.
Ann Curry had her first day Thursday as co-anchor with Matt Lauer on television's top-rated morning show. Her predecessor, Meredith Vieira, had an on-air going-away party Wednesday.
Sci-fi fantasia from J.J. Abrams underwhelms as alien takes its time to move the 'Super 8' story forward.
Mark Wahlberg made a very public official announcement at the Spike TV Guys Choice Awards: he is indeed moving ahead with ‘The Fighter 2.' Will the cast and director David O. Russell also return for 'The Fighter 2?'
Season three of 'White Collar,' starring Matt Bomer and his baby blues, looks like it will bring some of the edge back to the show about a con-man turned fed. Bomer, as suave former con-man extraordinaire Neal Caffrey, works alongside federal agent Peter Burke, played by Tim DeKay, to solve crimes and catch the bad guy.
This year, the lineups for the standout classical music festivals around the country and the world are an exiting treat for classical enthusiasts. From California to New York to Salzburg, conductors like Esa-Pekka Salonen, Lorin Maazel, and Alan Gilbert will lead ensembles such as the Vienna Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, and the New York Philharmonic.