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The “Beetlejuice”’ director and Oscar nominee confirm their split; “Today” pulls interview; Justin Lin is in as director of “Star Trek 3.”
Jaycee Chan has been indicted on the charge of sheltering others to use drugs and could face three years in jail if convicted.
The Fred Rogers Company is named Pittsburgh Magazine’s Pittsburgher of the Year.
Former Sony employees have filed two lawsuits against the corporation this week over private data that was stolen and posted online.
Actor Samuel L. Jackson issues a protest-song challenge; more fallout comes from accusations against Bill Cosby and leaked Sony info.
Amy Pascal and Scott Rudin apologized for their insensitive remarks about Angelina Jolie and President Obama revealed in the Sony leak.
Did Lebron James get too handsy with Princess Kate?
The Kennedy Center Honors annual gala on Sunday recognized Tom Hanks, Lily Tomlin, Al Green, Patricia McBride and Sting.
The cast of “Spectre,” the latest James Bond movie, is revealed; the Rockefeller Center tree-lighting ceremony hits high and low notes.
The actor best known for his role as The Fonz has authored many books and has been an advocate for children with learning challenges.
Michael Keaton (“Birdman”) and Oscar Isaac (“A Most Violent Year”) tied for best actor in voting by the National Board of Review.
Bill Cosby biographer Mark Whitaker regrets not aggressively investigating allegations of sexual assault in his recent book.