"No offense, 'Scandal's' a great show, but it's not necessarily something we want to be living out," the President jokes at the event hosted by...
Another arrow-bearing crimefighter is coming to the aid of Stephen Amell in season 3 of the CW hit
The film, first promoted with a mysterious viral marketing campaign, marks the directorial debut of "The Bourne Legacy" co-writer Dan Gilroy
Jar Jar Binks performed less admirably, though he's still more popular than Congress
The Commander-in-chief is back in town, bringing with him the traffic headaches that accompany a presidential motorcade
John Doe No. 117 filed a motion Monday in federal court
The 1980s TV show featured a man who helped solve crimes by morphing into animals
Correspondent Feras Khatib is seen getting violently shoved by an unknown assailant
The Liv Ullmann-directed drama will make its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival
The Emmy-nominated producer and television veteran transitions from his role as executive vice president of production and development for National Geographic Studios
The 10-episode "space adventure" begins production in Toronto on Aug. 5
David S. Goyer, Chloe Bennet, David Boreanaz and Paul Wesley among Hollywood's attendees telling TheWrap what they are most excited to see at this year's...
The eighth and final music video has been released to promote his "Mandatory Fun" album
The first footage from Stephen Daldry's film is mostly in Portuguese with no English subtitles
The rapper remains as modest and non-hyperbolic as ever in his newest interview with GQ
There's a "RocknRolla" reunion on the horizon, as the British actor is making a deal to play Bedivere
Rocket Raccoon steals the scene, once again
Nida was sentenced earlier this month to eight years in prison on charges of conspiring to commit mail, wire and bank fraud
The newest Marvel villain was briefly glimpsed in "Thor: The Dark World"
"I'm sure this interview will be picked apart. But you can't worry about it," the new internet entrepreneur tells Vogue
Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie are joined by new series regulars John Noble and Lyndie Greenwood
The fired NYT executive editor said she didn't want to "do more autopsy" on the reasons behind her ousting
Yankovic seems incredulous as Stuart Varney keeps asking how he gets paid
This is the feature directorial debut of Charlie McDowell
It was after one of the couple's many reconciliations that Danielle Schreiber says Patric began to revert to his abusive tendencies
The Tony and Emmy winner was most recently the subject of the documentary "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me"
I'm "a hard-charging editor and I'm sure people worked for me that didn't like that style," she tells Fox News' Greta Van Susteren
Showrunners call it "a complete re-imagining" of the original Terry Gilliam film
Blumhouse is also behind the new film based on the classic children's game
Lynn Shelton directs the comedy, which also stars Sam Rockwell