The Rolling Stones announced they have rescheduled their North American summer tour, including a stop at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.
Eye On Entertainment: Bob Hearts Abishola Shares The LoveTo promote CBS's new show Bob Hearts Abishola, premiering Monday, the network unveiled a pop-up sculpture on the Santa Monica Pier in the spirit of a famous bridge in Paris where pairs of people are given a lock and key, writing the name of their true love and attaching it to the fence as a sign of their enduring love.
9 On Entertainment (Sept. 19)Renee Zellweger channels the late Judy Garland in a new movie and the prime time Emmys count down begins. Suzie Suh and Jeff Vaughn report.
Eye On Entertainment: Backstreet Boy Nick Carter Files Restraining Order Against Brother Aaron CarterAaron Carter tweeted out that his older brother, Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, obtained a restraining order against him. Nick said he had no choice but to take legal action after Aaron allegedly threatened the life of Nick's pregnant wife.
Singer Sam Smith Takes To Instagram To Announce Preferred PronounsGrammy Award-winner Sam Smith posted on social media Friday asking that people use the pronouns they and them when referring to the singer. Smith, who announced back in March that they identify as genderqueer and non-binary, said they made the decision after "a lifetime of being at war" with their gender.
Jennifer Lopez Generating Oscar Buzz For 'Hustlers' RoleJennifer Lopez leads an all-star cast in the movie "Hustlers" about a group of working class women going up against wealthy men. "Hustlers" is out this weekend.
"You Watch And You Can't Stop Laughing": New Show 'Funny You Should Ask' Debuts On CBS2From creator Byron Allen, 'Funny You Should Ask' is a new game show featuring celebrity comics, great jokes and plenty of laughter! It airs from 2-3pm weekdays on CBS2
Tony Award-Winning Actor John Leguizamo Brings 'Latin History For Morons' To Ahmanson TheaterJohn Leguizamo's one-man show, "Latin History for Morons," educates audiences on Latino culture and its contributions to the United States and the world while also being entertaining. The two-hour show runs through Oct. 20.
Eye On Entertainment: Record Store Finds Decades-Old Royalty Check For Kurt CobainA Seattle record store found a royalty check addressed to late Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain for $26.57 tucked in with a collection of the rock band's tour itineraries. The check was dated March 1991 — just months before the band released its second album Nevermind.
Eye On Entertainment: 'The Game Changers'Award-winning documentary "The Game Changers" premiered Wednesday night at the ArcLight in Hollywood. The documentary dives into the rise of plant-based eating in professional sports, and the effect it's having on those athletes. The film hits theaters Sept. 16.
Eye On Entertainment: Pennywise Returns In 'It: Chapter Two'The sequel brings the characters — who have since gone their separate ways — back together in Derry, Maine as adults nearly three decades after the first film to once again to stand up against Pennywise.
Downton Abbey Movie Set To Hit Big Screen Sept. 20The film, based on the popular British drama, continues the saga of the Crawley family and the servants who work for them in the English countryside in the early 20th century.
Eye On Entertainment (Aug. 30)Kanye West teases new album, Taylor Swift's landlord fails to recognize her, and The O'Jays release a new album.
Eye On Entertainment: Rolling Stones Perform At The Rose BowlThe Rolling Stones are set to play at the Rose Bowl for the first in 25 years. Tickets are sold out, but KCAL9 got a behind the scenes look at preparations for the concert.
Stars Of Action-Packed 'Angel Has Fallen' Talk About Film On Red CarpetIn the new action/adventure film, the president's secret service chief finds himself framed for an assassination attempt. "Angel Has Fallen," stars Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman, Piper Perabo, Jada Pinkett Smith and more.
Eye On Entertainment: 'Why Women Kill'Crystal Cruz talks with some of the stars from "Why Women Kill," the new dark comedy from CBS All Access.
Eye On Entertainment (August 2)"Hobbs & Shaw" makes its box office debut, Dog the Bounty Hunter's Colorado store is burglarized, and Sara Gilbert leaves The Talk.
Eye On Entertainment (July 30)Lil Nas X breaks the record for the longest streak atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart with "Old Town Road."
Eye On Entertainment: A$AP Rocky Charged With Assault In SwedenA$AP Rocky will face trial in Sweden, B.B King's daughter is upset about her father's guitars going to auction, and more on today's "Eye On Entertainment."
Eye On Entertainment: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood PremiereCBSLA's Brittney Hopper is on the red carpet for the premiere of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. She talks with actors Spencer Garrett and Brad Pitt and director Quentin Tarantino.
Tom Hanks Transforms Into Mr. Rogers In 'A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood' TrailerSony Pictures released the first trailer for its Mr. Rogers movie starring Tom Hanks Monday.
Eye On Entertainment (July 5)News about a (Spider) man and a (Royal) baby lead tonight's entertainment news. Jeff Michael and Sara Donchey report.
Eye On Entertainment (July 1)Taylor Swift says she's “sad and grossed out” after Scooter Braun buys rights to her music.
Eye On Entertainment (June 26)Sheryl Crow says all her master tapes were destroyed in the devastating Universal Studios fire.
Eye On Entertainment (June 7)A new documentary about the life of tenor Luciano Pavarotti hits all the right notes. It's directed by Ron Howard and includes never-before-seen footage of Pavarotti as a young man. Crystal Cruz reports.
Eye On Entertainment (June 4)A historic "Jeopardy" streak comes to an end.
Eye On Entertainment (May 28)F. Gary Gray gets a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
Eye On Entertainment (May 24)Quentin Tarantino's star-studded "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" hasn't opened yet but it's already winning awards -- including one canine actor. Jeff Michael and Pat Harvey report.
Eye On Entertainment (May 23)Ayesha Curry slams troll who body-shamed her 10-month-old. Meanwhile, Linda Hamilton returns to the "Terminator" franchise in "Terminator: Dark Fate." Pat Harvey and Jeff Michael report.
9 On EntertainmentNipsey Hussle's new music, Chris Rock's "horrific" new move and a movie about Elton John has people on their feet. Jeff Vaughn and Suzie Suh look at what's happening in entertainment.