The Oscar winner dives into small-town life in the HBO crime thriller “Mare of Easttown,” which debuts April 18.
DMX, the raspy-voiced hip-hop artist who rapped with a trademark delivery that was often paired with growls, barks and “What!” as an ad-lib, has died, according to a statement Friday from his family. He was 50.
Ann-Margret, co-star with Elvis in “Viva Las Vegas,” heads up the list of inductees UNLV College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame.
Regal, the valley’s largest cinema chain, began reopening its theaters Friday, starting with Red Rock Resort.
Larry McMurtry, the prolific and popular author who took readers back to the old American West in his Pulitzer Prize-winning “Lonesome Dove,” has died. He was 84.
Butch Bradley has been in Vegas for three years, but he feels like a native.
George Segal, the banjo player turned actor who was nominated for an Oscar for 1966’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” and starred in the ABC sitcom “The Goldbergs,” died Tuesday in Santa Rosa, California.
The valley’s largest theater chain shuttered its U.S. locations in October.
Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan star in new Marvel series, which debuted this weekend on Disney+.
Eight films were nominated for best picture. “Mank” was joined by Fennell’s “Promising Young Woman,” Zhao’s “Nomadland,” “Judas and the Black Messiah,” “Sound of Metal,” “Minari,” “The Father” and “The Trial of the Chicago 7.”
The busy actor stars in Season 6 of “Outlander,” Starz’s “Men in Kilts” and “SAS: Red Notice,” available this weekend on demand and in theaters.
Penny Wiggins’ star-studded Vegas pandemic documentary will show the struggles and triumphs of local entertainers.
The Korean American actor is known for roles in “Lost,” “The Good Doctor” and “Hawaii Five-O.”
Louie Anderson says of being picked to fill a “white” need by Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall for “Coming to America,” “I have no problem with it.”
“The original ‘Coming to America’ is actually the first movie in the history of movies that had an all-Black cast that was successful financially all around the world,” Eddie Murphy says.