The Millennium Falcon is fueled up and ready to embark on its Smuggler's Run at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, the new theme park attraction set to open in 2019 at Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
Legendary Pictures has released the first full-length trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the sequel to 2014's Godzilla, which pits the giant lizard against a host of new monstrous threats.
The biggest movie of all time for Marvel Studios had one of the most successful premieres of all time, with Avengers: Infinity War passing multiple box office milestones on its way to setting a new opening weekend record.
Capcom will show in-game advertisements on Street Fighter V starting December 11. Players may choose to deactivate the ads, but they will miss out on some bonuses and content if they do so.
Skybound Games revealed the release date for Episode 3: Broken Toys of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead: The Final Season. Clementine's story will be getting the ending that it deserves after all.
Removing and reinstalling games on the Xbox One's hard drive isn't difficult, but it's a process that not everyone is familiar with. Thankfully, our guide will run you through each step so you'll know precisely what to do.
With the eighth and final season looming, Game of Thrones fever has officially become a pandemic. Our list of all the relevant news and rumors will help make the wait more bearable -- if you don't mind spoilers.
Netflix reportedly paid $100 million to keep '90s sitcom Friends on its service for another year, but the cost consumers might have to pay for access to their favorite shows and movies down the road could be much, much higher
New information about the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel indicates that the young superhero's next adventure could pit him against a classic Marvel Comics villain and take him out of New York.
If the movie or TV show you're watching looks surreal, it's because of a TV setting called motion smoothing. It's called the Soap Opera Effect, and this is how to get rid of it forever.
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James asks Dolly Parton, whose career includes singing, directing, producing and having a theme park named after her, if she would like to play a game of Dolly Would or Dolly Wouldn't, challenging her to play the kazoo, washboard and F, Marry, Kill with the male cast members of "Friends."
'Where We Go From Here' author Senator Bernie Sanders looks at who has the best chance to beat Trump in 2020, and hints at who he would pick for his VP should he run for President.
'To Kill a Mockingbird' was never on Jeff Daniels' school curriculum. Now he's playing Atticus Finch in Aaron Sorkin's Broadway adaptation.
'Ben is Back' star Julia Roberts and her friends get together for a recurring Mahjong night, a game that she sees a metaphor for life.
'Becoming' author and former First Lady Michelle Obama's conversation with Stephen was too long for TV. When she goes long, we go 'Enjoy, Internet!'
Garth Brooks went from aspiring professional athlete to country music megastar. His new special 'Garth: Live at Notre Dame' will air Sunday at 8:00pm on CBS.
'The Cool Kids' star David Alan Grier nearly broke the internet with a post about cooking collard greens, a food the actor says "get outta you faster than they get in you."
Jon Stewart takes over the Late Show desk for a flipped interview with Stephen Colbert about their old days at the Daily Show and Colbert Report.