Marvel and Disney superhero pic “Ant-Man” brought in $24.8 million over the weekend, bringing its domestic total to $106.1 million according to Rentrak estimates Sunday.
Thousands of beach balls will soon invade MacArthur Park in downtown Los Angeles, and it’s part of a good cause.
Tom Cruise said he didn’t want a stunt double to pull off one of the epic scenes for “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” so he suited up and did it himself.
The First Lady said the athletes were an example to the millions of people watching the event on television.
“Pat is an iconic figure in Los Angeles who has made invaluable contributions through her work at CBS2 and KCAL9, and philanthropically in the community,” said Academy CEO Bruce Rosenblum.
Now in its 30th year, the lottery’s 2014-15 numbers will generate about $1.3 billion for schools.
Ingrid Nilsen has been brought to tears. The 26-year-old YouTube star openly wept as she was showered with cheers and applause from an enthusiastic crowd at this weekend’s VidCon.
The games kick off Saturday at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with a rousing opening ceremony featuring music, inspirational messages and lots of celebrity appearances.
Her host this time is Scooter Braun, a talent manager who represents some of the biggest names in music, including Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande – both pop stars who’ve recently caused some controversy.
Loredana Nesci’s longtime friend, Alex Kyrklund says this can’t be true.
In a statement, the 61-year-old Hogan apologized for using “offensive language” in a conversation eight years ago.
A swarm of spontaneous selfie sessions has commenced in the lobby of the Anaheim Convention Center as hundreds of fans have gathered for impromptu interaction with folks they watch online.
The boyfriend of a reality TV attorney was charged Friday with her murder, according to Los Angeles District Attorney’s officials.
Lawyers for Bill Cosby told a Philadelphia judge Thursday the release of his 2005 deposition broke the terms of his settlement with an accuser.
With YouTube taking about a 45 percent cut of ad revenue from videos posted on the site, YouTubers and companies that manage them are hunting for new ways to make money from the audiences they’ve built on the platform. That will be a big topic of conversation at VidCon, the annual convention in Anaheim that kicked off Thursday.