Frank Vincent, who made a career of playing gangsters, died today (Wednesday) during open heart surgery. He was 78. The actor, who was born Frank Vincent Gattuso Jr., suffered a heart attack last week. Vincent’s best known role was as mob
Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief will expand its efforts to help victims of both Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Tonight’s show promises performances and appearances broadcast live from Los Angeles, New York, Nashville and Texas.
Bruno Mars has scored his first network special. 24K Magic Live at the Apollo will air on November 29th in CBS. Much of the special was filmed at the Apollo Theater in New York, where Bruno opened the show by
Katy Perry may finally have company at the American Idol judges’ table. Producers offered the job to country singer Luke Bryan. He could earn about 6 million dollars as an Idol judge. Unlike Katy Perry at the MTV Music Video Awards, Luke proved himself
Lady Gaga has been sidelined by a respiratory infection and was forced to cancel her show in Montreal Monday night, but she tried to make it up to her fans with free pizza. Gaga says she caught a
Jerry Lewis, whose seven-decade career brought acclaim for both his slapstick comedy and his tireless philanthropic efforts, died today at his Las Vegas home at age 91. Lewis had been ill for a number of years, suffering
Taylor Swift can claim the first victory in her legal battle with a Denver DJ she claims groped her butt during a meet-and-greet four years ago. Judge William Martinez cleared Taylor of charges of slander, and ruled that she’s not
Annabelle: Creation is a horror movie starring Miranda Otto, Anthony LaPalia and Stephanie Sigman (Rated R) The Glass Castle is a drama starring Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts (Rated PG-13) The Nutjob 2: Nutty By Nature is
The Teen Choice Awards turn 18 this year with a bang-up show hosted by Chris Pratt and Miley Cyrus. Selena Gomez leads the list of musical nominees with nine nods, followed by Justin Bieber with seven. The show also rewards television, and the long-running
Two years after retiring, David Letterman is set to return to TV. The former Late Show host has signed a deal with Netflix to do six, hour-long installments of an as-yet-untitled program that will have the funnyman interviewing one guest each episode.