Angelina Jolie, meets with Khanum Gul, 35, a mother of 8 and her youngest son, Samir at their makeshift home at Tamil Mill Bus site February 2011, in Kabul city, Afghanistan.
Warner Bros is making some of its films available on Facebook, opening up a new revenue source for the Internet social network.
Even with having a remarkable name and being the face of last year's "Alice In Wonderland," actress Mia Wasikowska may not be familiar to many movie fans.
Nineteen years ago, TV producers Jonathan Murray and Mary-Ellis Bunim put seven ordinary 20-somethings from different backgrounds into a house and launched the phenomenon known as reality television.
British singer, drummer and actor Phil Collins, announced on his website that he has retired.
Rocker Robbie Robertson is about to add "author" to his lengthy list of professional activities.
Canadian singer Avril Lavigne says her fourth album "Goodbye Lullaby," released in the United States on Tuesday, shows a different side to the petulant pop-punkster image she has perfected in the past.
The Tribeca film festival on Monday unveiled 44 films in its narrative feature and documentary competitions.
Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen dances atop a float of the Vila Isabel samba school during the annual Carnival parade in Rio de Janeiro's Sambadrome March 6, 2011.
The chairman of the Recording Academy and the music industry veteran who wrote a scathing critique of this year's Grammy results have agreed to start a dialogue.
Actor Charlie Sheen was fired on Monday from his top-rated comedy "Two and A Half Men" because of his "dangerously self-destructive conduct," difficulty at work and inflammatory comments to producers, TV executives said.
Lindsay Lohan's friend is calling for her felony grand theft case to be thrown out of court.