After a year like this, Netflix shows no signs of chilling.
Gary Beach, a Broadway and TV veteran whose portrayal of a truly terrible theater director in Mel Brooks’ monster hit “The Producers” won him a Tony Award in 2001, has died, according to his agent, Steven Unger. He was 70.
Put away your wallet — you won’t have to pay hundreds of dollars to see Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway show.
Tina Fey is joining some of Broadway’s biggest stars — including Audra McDonald, Idina Menzel and Chita Rivera — for a concert being livestreamed Saturday to benefit migrants on the Mexican border.
Country music icon Willie Nelson has extended an offer to meet President Donald Trump at one of the detention centers at the U.S.-Mexico border to better understand what’s happening there.
Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane won Tony Awards on Sunday for their work in “Angels in America,” while the shimmering, grown-up musical “The Band’s Visit” began to pull away with four awards.
At the end of the monsters-versus-robots flick “Pacific Rim,” a breach at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean is closed, plugging a hole that allowed hellish creatures to emerge and terrorize the globe.
Not too long ago, Peter Sarsgaard felt he had to have a difficult conversation with his oldest daughter about 9/11.