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John Lasseter, the Disney Animation head and co-founder of Pixar, has announced that he will be taking a leave of absence. Lasseter wrote a memo to employees of the company saying that he would be stepping away.
Remember the 'Game of Thrones' leak? An Iranian hacker was charged with stealing HBO scripts to raise bitcoin
Mesri once worked for the Iranian government as a hacker, where he attacked nuclear software systems and Israeli infrastructure.
Michelle Dockery, Merritt Wever, Jeff Daniels, Jack O'Connell are among the stars of the seven-episode limited series.
See Martin Landau's final role in exclusive trailer for 'Abe & Phil's Last Poker Game'
The Oscar-winning actor stars with Paul Sorvino as a pair of friends at a nursing home whose relationship is tested.
Martin Landau's final film is 'Abe & Phil's Last Poker Game,' a comedy/drama that teams him with Paul Sorvino as friends at a nursing home.
'Fixer Upper' effect: Waco's economy benefits from Chip and Joanna Gaines lifestyle empire
Are Chip and Joanna a fad that will fade as the fickle American public moves on to other charismatic personalities? Is the much-touted "Magnolia effect" just a bubble?
The actress told 'The Hollywood Reporter's 'Awards Chatter' podcast that the incident left her feeling "gang-banged by the (expletive) planet."
If you have a spare $39,000,000 dollars to spend, you could purchase the mansion that used to belong to Michael Jackson.
Barbra Streisand is a living legend — and her Netflix special 'Barbra: The Music...The Mem’ries...The Magic!' is here to prove it.
Melissa Gilbert says Oliver Stone 'humiliated' her in 'really dirty, horrible' audition
“I left crying, and I never really talked about it," Melissa Gilbert told Andy Cohen of an audition with Oliver Stone.
Melissa Gilbert says she once “ran out of the room crying” after an audition for Oliver Stone‘s 1991 movie, The Doors.
CBS This Morning anchors Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell opened Tuesday’s show with some choice words for their former co-host Charlie Rose
It's 'Truluv' when a widower and lonely teen connect in Elizabeth Berg's charming novel
In Elizabeth Berg's new novel, connections are made at the unlikeliest of places. A 3.5-star review of 'The Story of Arthur Truluv.'
Weinstein scandal: 'New Yorker' details settlements that covered up Weinstein's behavior
'The New Yorker' dove into Harvey Weinstein's settlements in a piece penned by Ronan Farrow published Tuesday.
Denzel Washington on 'Roman J. Israel, Esq.,' diversity and wanting to 'disappear'
Two-time Oscar winner transforms into an idiosyncratic legal savant with an activist streak in his courtroom drama 'Roman J. Israel, Esq.'
We've got movie recommendations for every emotion or family situation you're likely to encounter this holiday weekend.
The drama 'Mudbound' depicts the harsh reality two combat veterans face when they return home from the war only to fight a new battle against the Jim Crow South.