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Movie critic Bruce Miller says “The Hunt” is a political, “Hunger Games”-style dark comedy. The film’s writers say it’s designed to call atten…
"Congratulations to those men," said presenter Issa Rae pointedly, after the announcement of an all-male directors slate. Denied were contenders like Greta Gerwig, director of “Little Women,” and Lulu Wang of “The Farewell.”
Editor's note: David G. Allan is the Editorial Director for Features at CNN and has nurtured a lifelong devotion of Star Wars that he has carefully indoctrinated in his children, one of whom he brought to opening day of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.
More easily identified by their illustrious charm and curated looks, Hollywood stars of yesteryear can now be seen in a different light and ad…
The game signified the high-water mark for Lombardi's dynasty of the 1960s, though the Packers would go on to beat Oakland to make it back-to-back Super Bowl triumphs the following year. Green Bay went just 9-4-1 that season, and several of its biggest stars began showing signs of aging.
Sometimes this one particular news network gets no love, but yesterday it sure did after a massive plate of sunny side up eggs made their morning debut! Plus, Denver decriminalizes 'shrooms, a school bus driver's quick reaction, and some lucky baby ducks get saved in Pennsylvania on today's 5 To Know!
County reservoir levels still rising
WARNING: This is not a classic Oscars recap. IT'S BETTER. Nat's got the rundown of the Oscar's prized moments you may have missed if you didn't pay close attention. Think: Gaga's nearly priceless necklace, her goo-goo eyes for Bradley Cooper, Kacey Musgrave's loofah-inspired dress, Aquaman's scrunchie, and the big-name star who opted for Birks instead of heels... all on today's 5 To Know!
The SAG Awards is also a union meeting of sorts, and Lily Tomlin had the hard job of trying to make announcements to a crowd that was still taking its seats.
Counting the number of galaxies in the universe is tough because we can’t see all of them. At a certain point distant galaxies disappear from our field of view.
Today's 5 To Know boils down to two words: Cody Parkey. Well, Parkey plus Pizza Hut's beer announcement, an unlikely star at the Golden Globes, a bee brick, and gorgeous shots of the partial solar eclipse!
The star of "All the Stars" may seem to be Kendrick Lamar — and while he shines on the song — it's really SZA's sing-a-long hook and killer second verse that make this "Black Panther" track one of the year's best.
Patrick Laird has re-taken the Cal team rushing lead.
On the same day the city of West Hollywood, Calif., voted to ask for President Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star to be removed, the person who'd most recently vandalized it was charged.
President Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was destroyed by a man with a pickax early Wednesday morning, according to Los Angeles police.
Son-father screenwriters Jonathan Kasdan and Lawrence Kasdan answer a series of questions while poking around new corners of the George Lucas universe. How did Han Solo (played by Alden Ehrenreich) meet Chewbacca? We find out in clever, exciting fashion. What was Han's life before he became a rogue-for-hire at the helm of the freighter known as the Millennium Falcon? We spend some time in the prologue running with Han on the mean streets of Corellia, ruled by gangland factions in the time of the Galactic Civil War. How did Han and Lando Calrissian (a sprightly Donald Glover), gambler and scoundrel, come to know each other? We get that as well. This is Ron Howard's best film in a decade. 2:23. 3 stars. -- M.P.
Starring Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange as Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, two screen stars deemed over the hill by studio lords, "Bette and Joan" is set a half-century ago. But this sumptuous miniseries zeroes in on the ageism, sexism and misogyny afflicting Hollywood (and society overall) right now, as well as then.
Pamper your pet and reduce shedding up to 95% with a professional grooming brush! The end is detachable for easy cleaning.
As Santa Ynez heads toward winter, many of us are commuting back to our homes with a sky painted in hues of red and orange — or perhaps with stars.
The public often focuses on young, new stars in Hollywood, frequently forgetting the greats who blazed a trail years ago. But while many people retire well before they qualify for Social Security, a commendable number of actors keep working and producing memorable work well into their 70s.
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Julian Araujo took in the cool breeze at Lompoc High on Monday while wearing an all-black FC Barcelona Nike windbreaker – identifying the socc…