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A U.S. judge ruled that Warner/Chappell Music does not own a valid copyright to one of the world's most recognizable songs, "Happy Birthday to You," a decision that brings the song into the public domain.
A look back at the headlines that went down in Hollywood history.
The double Oscar winner says the film is a "love letter to our generation."
The two original stars have been recruited for the all-female installment in the franchise, which features Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon.
Tom Cruise has put the estate he called home during his marriage to Katie Holmes on the market for $50 million.
Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik discuss the future for their famous characters.
Family conflicts, tempestuous romances and power struggles made hip hop show "Empire" the highest-rated new hit for Fox this year, and viewers can expect a lot more salacious drama in season two.
A look back at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
Fall is here and that means it's time to clear your DVRs and get ready for a new season of shows.
Let's see what stars like Sofia Vergara, January Jones, Regina King and more wore to the Emmy Awards.
Mobsters, mountain climbers, and teenage racers piled into multiplexes this weekend, lifting the overall box office, but preventing any one film from dominating ticket sales.
It was a night of Hollywood firsts.
A look at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
Today marks the annual "holiday" devoted to all things seaworthy.
In honor of International Talk Like a Pirate Day, we're putting you to the test: Famous person or swashbuckling pirate? You decide.
Sunday's Primetime Emmy Awards hold the promise of a history-making evening and a winner's podium packed with new faces.
Buffalo Wild Wings Inc said on Thursday it would stop airing commercials featuring comedian and actor Steve Rannazzisi.
A walk down Hollywood's memory lane.
The new Fire tablet, one of several new and upgraded devices launched by Amazon, comes with a 7-inch wide screen and a front and back camera. It will start shipping on Sept. 30.
In two years, Netflix and Amazon have drawn top names across film and TV, enticing them with creative liberty, freedom from time constraints, and no fears of offending advertisers.