Award show junkies forced to go cold turkey since the Oscars three months ago will get a mild fix on Sunday courtesy of MTV.
The fifth movie in the "X-Men" series took the No. 1 spot at the worldwide box office after selling about $120 million worth of tickets.
In her continuing drama with the producers of "The X Factor," it appears that ousted judge Cheryl Cole may yet be headed back to the United States.
Mass school shootings fill TV screens with bloody images, newspapers with heart-wrenching accounts from terrified students, and pose searching questions about the motives of the young killers.
The "X-Men" franchise is back in theaters worldwide this week after a two year break and set to adapt its superhero themes into box office muscle with a strong story, fresh crop of actors, zippy visuals and broad appeal.
Mutants, it seems, are only as good as the creators assembling their chromosomes. And the mad scientists behind "X-Men: First Class" are real artists in the laboratory.
Cutesy little gimmicks and devices are plentiful in "Beginners."
A Seattle music and popular culture museum is banking on fans of the Oscar-winning film "Avatar" to populate a new exhibit on how director James Cameron brought Pandora and its inhabitants to the big screen.
NCR Corp last week filed a lawsuit against a trust created by Blockbuster Inc, seeking to continue licensing that company's name for its movie rental kiosks.
They are a merry band of mutants, at least when the director is away and the hard work is done.
Hollywood has hustled up a hangover for the record books.
David Hyde Pierce, best known for his Emmy-winning role as neurotic shrink Dr. Niles Crane on "Frasier," will show a different side in the upcoming psychological thriller "The Perfect Host."