(LOS ANGELES) -- In a wide-ranging, Hollywood Reporter oral history about the making of the groundbreaking 2000 movie X-Men -- complete with backstage drama, lawsuits, and sexual abuse allegations against director Bryan Singer -- was buried an interesting nugget: Michael Jackson tried to get himself to play... Read More.
By WILLIAM MANSELL and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News (TORONTO) -- The Toronto Blue Jays, displaced from their home stadium due to the pandemic, will play the greater part of its home season at Sahlen Field in Buffalo, N.Y., the team announced Friday.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Omar Epps reunites with his In Too Deep co-star Nia Long in the new Netflix thriller, Fatal Affair. Unlike the 1999 crime thriller -- which followed Epps as an undercover cop and Long as his supportive girlfriend -- Epps now plays David, a sketchy college friend whose... Read More.
Last fall, Metallica played a pair of shows alongside the San Francisco Symphony dubbed S&M2, which celebrated the 20th anniversary of the metal legends' 1999 orchestra-accompanied live album, S&M. Should Metallica still be an ongoing concern in 2029, bassist Robert Trujillo is... Read More.
Founding Byrds bassist Chris Hillman is releasing a new memoir called Time Between: My Life as a Byrd, Burrito Brother and Beyond that's scheduled to be published on November 17. In recent interview with ABC Audio, Hillman explained that... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Quentin Tarantino has been teasing the possibility of a Kill Bill Vol. 3, and Vivica A. Fox, whose assassin Veronica Green was killed by a vengeful Uma Thurman's The Bride/Beatrix Kiddo in Kill Bill Vol. 1, knows who she wants to star. "Zendaya!" Fox tells
(LOS ANGELES) -- Character actor Steven Ogg is well known for playing not-so-nice guys in TV shows like The Walking Dead, in which he played Negan's one-time right hand man, Simon, or in the blockbuster video game Grand Theft Auto V, where he voices the gangster... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- With theaters still closed or operating at reduced capacity due to COVID-19, actor Michael B. Jordan is giving families a fun new way to celebrate the summer movie experience. He's teamed up with Amazon Studios to take over drive ins across... Read More.