About 100 people chanting "Rape is not a joke!" and "No means no!" protested outside a theater in Denver before comedian Bill Cosby took the stage on Saturday, but his first of two performances of the night went on without a disturbance.
Paddington Bear. How well we know him. He's cuddly, he's loyal, he's sensitive. He's well-traveled — but loves to stay home, too. And he can whip up a mean homemade marmalade.
"Hope: Entertainer of the Century" (Simon & Schuster), by Richard Zoglin
At one time, Bob Hope was the hottest thing in comedy, a fresh face with a fresh delivery. Really.
Michael Mann's "Blackhat" begins with the camera slowly descending from above Earth, diving down into a nuclear facility, and submerging into the underlying, twisting maze of electronic circuitry. A single, glowing blip — a bit of malicious code, we soon learn — invades and proliferates.
"The Season of Migration" (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), by Nellie Hermann
When Vincent van Gogh steps off the train in the coal-mining region of Belgium known as the Borinage, his artist's eye is immediately captivated by his surroundings.
Time travel. There's hardly a more alluring fantasy in our pop culture, from the simplest depictions — children's cartoons, comic strips, romantic comedy films —to the "Interstellar" kind that you need a physics degree to understand.
"A Pleasure and a Calling" (Picador), by Phil Hogan
William Heming is the proverbial quiet man, nondescript, keeping to himself, mastering "the skill of being likable, but not memorable." Yet Heming seethes with self-righteous contempt for others and a propensity for vengeance and violence that erupts when he feels threatened, or just irritated.
The wife of a famed Navy SEAL sniper said she struggled with the idea of someone playing the movie role of her husband, who was killed two years ago near Fort Worth, Texas.
Toy weapons have been banned from a Pennsylvania arts festival where kids sell handmade arts and crafts because organizers believe it’s a step needed to combat the “especially violent times” in which we live.
A mere six months after releasing the Four Seasons drama "Jersey Boys," Clint Eastwood has again lapped his younger directing colleagues with his second film of 2014 and his best movie in years. "American Sniper" is quintessentially Eastwood: a tautly made, confidently constructed examination of the themes that have long dominated his work.
Amazon Studios is delivering Woody Allen as creator of his first-ever TV series.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has accused President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, of double standards in parenting, saying in an interview published Tuesday that the first family shelters its daughters from some things but allows them to listen to the music of Beyoncé.
Grammy-winning trumpeter Chris Botti, vocalist Cassandra Wilson and Dr. John are among the biggest names playing this year’s Newport Jazz Festival.
A former prosecutor in Massachusetts says Mark Wahlberg shouldn't be pardoned for an attack as a youth on two Asian men
"Transformers: Age of Extinction" is rolling out with the most nominations at this year's Golden Raspberry Awards.