Moviegoers may love and hate “Deadpool,” which allows star Ryan Reynolds to make amends for 2011’s “Green Lantern.”
“Vinyl” disappoints but “Better Call Saul” returns to AMC in fine shape; “The Good Wife” creators planned for the show’s ending.
“Son of Saul” recounts the horrors of the Auschwitz death camps through the eyes of the Jewish prisoners forced to expedite the genocide.
The comedy based on Liz Tucillo’s book and starring Dakota Johnson and Rebel Wilson shows the good, the bad and the drunken hookups.
“National Parks Adventure” provides a fast and wild 43-minute cinematic trip exploring some of America’s iconic park landscapes.
“Zoolander 2” squanders missed model opportunities and instead loads up on empty calories and cameos.
Donald Trump has settled his lawsuit against Univision for dropping plans to televise the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants.
Judge lifts restraining order, clearing the way for demolition and replacement of Chautauqua Institution’s 123-year-old amphitheater.
The Mt. Lebanon High School marching band and one of its former members will be featured next week on a PBS children’s show.
The Grammys will go without Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Coldplay for performers Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Diplo and others.
Lawyer that represents 7 women suing for defamation says comedian’s wife was also his business manager and could have useful information.
“Spectre” may not be the best Bond picture ever or even the best one starring Daniel Craig, but it’s good to have 007 back.
New York-based actor Anthony Crouchelli makes his Pittsburgh debut in a revamped version of the musical at the Byham Theater.
Filmmaker takes trips to nine countries that could give life lessons to Americans.
Nicholas Sparks’ bachelor brother helped to inspire the novel ”The Choice,” which is now a movie with Benjamin Walker and Teresa Palmer.
Lots of ways to spend that special day with your beloved, from music to dodgeball.
Monster trucks, the ballet’s “Peter Pan,” a Kidapalooza Party, and singer David Allan Coe all hit town this week.
The 50-minute film began stream today as a faux TV movie version to Donald Trump’s bestseller, “The Art of the Deal.”
The exhibition “Selections from the Richard M. Scaife Bequest” closes Sunday at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Bandleader brings Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra to Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild.
Jeanne Laskas’ talk will take place at 7 p.m. at Peters Township Middle School auditorium, 625 E. McMurray Road.
Eli Manning explains his sad face in luxury box at the Super Bowl and is good-natured about all the memes.
A book found in Pitt's archives — the 1927 edition of "The Everyday Song Book" -- was thought to be the smoking gun to end the dispute.
The Internet had fun circulating memes about Coldplay and the Super Bowl halftime show.
Hanya Yanagihara’s novel ”A Little Life” was a finalist for the National Book Award in 2015.
John Mayer will join members of the Grateful Dead on tour.
Two Tony nominees find their way to Pittsburgh despite storm warnings and grace the series at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
The new show by Ruben Graciani and Kiesha Lalama is a Rubik’s Cube of ideas, full of twists and layers that add up for a stunning impact.
The Broadway stars are paired in concert for the first time at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
Each story by Helen Maryles Shankman leads inexorably back to fundamental questions regarding blame, courage and responsibility.
Misha Glenny’s exhaustive, but somewhat colorless, chronicle of a notorious drug lord who once controlled a slum near Rio de Janeiro.
Jane Mayer peels back the layers of secrecy behind the efforts of billionaires David and Charles Koch to control American politics.
Questions are answered about HBO’s “The Leftovers,” CBS’s “Person of Interest” and a character death on ABC’s “Nashville.”
Robin Roberts will interview acting nominees and the director of ”The Martian” on a program that airs a week before the Academy Awards.
The title character will be flying high with the greatest of ease and his sense of bravado, along with a strong cast of female characters.
JazzLive presents jazz drummer James Johnson III at the Backstage Bar at Theater Square, 655 Penn Ave., Downtown, at 5 p.m.
Tour follows release of new single and video on Saturday. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 22 via LiveNation.com.
In “Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales” at The Frick Pittsburgh art museum, Jacques Henri Lartigue focuses on France’s Belle Epoque.
Programs, film series, lectures and other activities will complement the new exhibit featuring the photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue.
Mel Licata, an artist from the Douglas Education Center’s Tom Savini Special Make-Up Effects program, had to get real on Syfy’s competition.
X-Fest will be part of a busy Fourth of July weekend on the North Shore with Billy Joel at PNC Park and Kenny Chesney at Heinz Field.
The Coens salute and poke fun at Old Hollywood with help from Josh Brolin as a studio fixer and George Clooney as an actor.
CBS looks at 50 years of the game; James Corden debuts a new “Carpool Karaoke” Sunday; Mt. Lebanon native Joe Manganiello guests on “Mom.”
Stellar supporting characters give a lift to the Pittsburgh Public Theater production of Frank Loesser’s classic musical.
“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” gets its kicks with the adaptation of the best-selling horror mashup novel by Seth Grahame-Smith.
Some of the Oscar-nominated documentary short subject films are somber yet uplifting.
Steelers fans are among those featured in “Super Bowl Babies Choir” commercial to air during third quarter of Sunday’s game.
The fight over Bill Cosby’s deposition testimony will be key to his sexual assault case.
Teresa Palmer and Benjamin Walker star in the latest movie based on a formulaic novel about a couple destined for love.
Musicians turn to crowdfunding and other creative methods to release new music.