Jerry Seinfeld hits the road again with a new Web series called "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" featuring the stand-up comedian and TV star driving around and joking with famous friends, including Ricky Gervais and Alec Baldwin.
A former personal assistant to U2 bassist Adam Clayton who embezzled 2.8 million euros ($3.5 million) of his money to fund a lavish lifestyle was sentenced today to seven years in jail.
A 30-year-old woman admitted to a court on Friday that she smashed a window at music impresario Simon Cowell's London home in March with a broken brick.
Italian art experts say they have discovered about 100 previously unknown sketches and paintings by Caravaggio, the Italian baroque painter whose realistic and dramatic canvases set a new standard for Western art.
Claire Danes, star of the hit TV thriller "Homeland," is expecting her first child with her husband, actor Hugh Dancy, People magazine reported on Wednesday, citing a representative for the actress.
MGM Studios has sued to stop production of a sequel to the acclaimed film "Raging Bull," which won two Academy Awards 32 years ago, and called "Raging Bull II" "a low-budget B-movie."
Eric Sykes, one of Britain's best-loved comedians who forged a career in entertainment by writing for others, has died, his manager said today. He was 89.
Movie company Ecosse Films today released the first image of British-born actress Naomi Watts in the role of Princess Diana in an upcoming biopic of the late royal, "Diana".
Singer Frank Ocean, a rising star who is part of the rap collective Odd Future, has revealed online that his first love was a man, an admission of same-sex attraction that is seen as groundbreaking for the world of hip hop.
Actor Andy Griffith, whose portrayal of a small-town sheriff made "The Andy Griffith Show" one of television's most enduring shows, died today at his North Carolina home at age 86.