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Waning YA franchise "The Divergent Series" is skipping theaters altogether for its fourth and final installment
Leonardo DiCaprio's third annual fundraising auction gala had more celebrities than some awards shows
James Corden has had a lot of impressive "Carpool Karaoke" guests, but Michelle Obama is going to be tough to beat
America's most downloaded app brings unity to an unlikely place, the Republican National Convention
Legendary director and writer Garry Marshall, whose hits included "Happy Days" and "Pretty Woman," died Tuesday at 81. Anthony Mason looks back on Marshall's life.
Fresh off his Tony-winning run in "Hamilton," Daveed Diggs is making a new home on network TV with "Black-ish"
Rock band Third Eye Blind used their Cleveland gig the week of the RNC to protest the GOP's current platform
Months before his death, Prince secretly purchased the house featured in his 1984 film, "Purple Rain"
Captain America is getting quite the celebration to honor his 75th anniversary
Hillary Clinton will have a star-studded lineup for her party's gathering in Philadelphia next week
Fans are beaming into San Diego for that other big convention this week: Comic-Con International
Jenner, a Republican, told the American Unity Fund in Cleveland about North Carolina's "bathroom bill"
Miranda Kerr took to Instagram to confirm that boyfriend Evan Spiegel had asked her to marry him
The actor/songwriter struggled with memory issues thought to be dementia, but it turned out to be caused by tick-borne illness
Original Ghostbuster Dan Aykroyd tore into Leslie Jones' haters, calling them losers and white supremacists
Music-streaming service enters market already inhabited by rivals including Spotify and Apple
Former "Beverly Hill, 90210" star Shannen Doherty highlighted her cancer struggle on Instagram
Lady Gaga spoke out in response to reports that she and Taylor Kinney had broken up
A slew of celebrities who worked with screen legend Garry Marshall are sharing their love, support and condolences
Donald Trump may be the headlining act at the GOP convention in Cleveland, but the Prophets of Rage came to town with the intention of disrupting the party