John Legend appeared on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday for a wide-ranging discussion on America's criminal justice system.
By JAKE COYLEAP Entertainment WriterNEW YORKIt appears the Force is still strong with Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher. In an interview posted online Thursday, George Lucas said the trio from the original “Star Wars” trilogy will reprise their
Cable companies are likely breathing a sigh of relief from a series of studies that say many consumers threaten to leave their pay cable companies but never do. Deadline.com reports Morgan Stanley’s 3rd Annual Streaming Video Survey shows roughly 17
By STACEY PLAISANCEAssociated PressNEW ORLEANSCountry singer-songwriter Claude King, an original member of the Louisiana Hayride who was best known for the 1962 hit “Wolverton Mountain,” has died. He was 90. King had just celebrated his birthday and 67th wedding anniversary
Today’s animated film routinely target both parents and their kiddies. Trot out a goofy slapstick fall one minute, then drop a sly reference to a beloved ’50s TV show the next. It’s calculated, and it works far more often than
The Hangover Part II proved instructive in ways the filmmakers never intended. It reminded us that some directors think a bit too highly of their own work – director Todd Phillips compared the film to The Godfather Part II in terms
By CASSANDRA VINOGRADAssociated PressLONDONBritish rock guitarist Alvin Lee, founder of the band Ten Years After who burst to stardom with a memorable Woodstock performance, has died. He was 68. A statement posted on Lee’s official website said he died Wednesday
Actor John Cusack isn’t ready, willing and able to support Democrats on demand. The Say Anything star is a true blue progressive, but he’ll call out his own party–or President Barack Obama–from the left as the situation demands. In the
Many Americans cannot forget Jane Fonda’s 1972 visit with the Viet Cong. They still wouldn’t wish physical harm on the actress no matter how vehemently they disagreed with her posing with North Vietnamese troops and spreading anti-American rhetoric over the airwaves.
One might expect Comedy Central star Jon Stewart to skewer Sen. Rand Paul for the politician’s filibuster questioning the administration’s drone policy. After all, Rand was calling into question President Barack Obama’s Peace Prize bona fides by delaying the confirmation