The feature will come from the "Lego Movie" writing/directing team of Christopher Miller and Phil Lord
A young woman discovers the secret of eternal youth... But what does it cost her? Blake Lively stars in the title role in the new film, "The Age of Adaline." Suzanne Marques has a sneak peek and some insight from the leading lady.
The "Fifty Shades of Grey" sequel will be a family affair
The "Dancing with the Stars" pro-dancer checks in about his ankle and foot injury
Tyrion, Jon Snow, Daenerys ... When they're not conquering kingdoms, they're dishing out advice
The Oscar-winner wrote, directed and stars in the comedy "Ride," about a NYC mother who ventures to the West Coast and takes up surfing
It all began with a 19-second clip recorded from a zoo. Youtube gives everyone the power to share experiences with a global audience. NewYorker.com editor and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson and digital journalist Bridget Carey take a look back at Youtube's legacy and ahead to its future.
The actor reveals he was curious about the controversial religion and sought insight from another famous church member
The pop star's icon status is being reaffirmed by the Songwriters Hall of Fame
Robert Downey Jr. stormed out of a sitdown interview with the UK Channel 4. He was doing a round of interviews to promote the new "Avengers" movie when on reporter asked him a question he didn't want to answer.
The couple sued the co-founder of YouTube over footage of their elaborate 2013 marriage proposal posted on his new website
The actor cut the interview short after being asked questions about the darker times in his life
The animated film had its first screening at CinemaCon, where there wasn't a dry eye in the house
The actresses-turned-fashion designers share their thoughts on "Fuller House" -- but will they play Michelle Tanner again?
The Tony Award-winners will share the stage again in a revival of D.L. Coburn's "The Gin Game" this fall
While eldest children have their destinies carved out from birth, many royal "spares" have struggled to find meaningful public roles
The gritty series about the Marvel superhero will return next year on the streaming service with new episodes
In 1981, Melanie Griffith and Tippi Hedren starred in the motion picture "Roar." The cast and crew survived 70 documented attacks by predators of the jungle. John Blackstone looks at the movie that never made it to American theaters -- until now.
The "Moulin Rouge" star is set to play Lumiere, while Tucci will reportedly play a musical character new to the story
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin's new comedy makes its debut, plus more of what's coming and going from the streaming service