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U.S. broadcast television network NBC has locked in comedian Jimmy Fallon as host of "The Tonight Show" for six more years through 2021, NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt said on Thursday.
"Man of Steel" star Henry Cavill takes on the role of Napoleon Solo and "The Social Network" actor Armie Hammer plays Illya Kuryakin in the film set in the early 1960s.
Three more women accused comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault on Wednesday, providing detailed allegations of abuse they said the veteran television star subjected them to decades ago.
The soundtrack from the Disney Channel TV movie "Descendants" topped the Billboard 200 chart this week, as Taylor Swift and British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran strengthened their dominance in album sales this year.
A look at the news that made Hollywood history.
The romantic drama, which was released in 2004, was based on author Nicholas Sparks' bestselling 1996 novel of the same name, and now he is developing the story for a TV series.
Turns out the language of laughter is not so universal.
It appears even a Kardashian can reveal too much.
WATCH: The high wire stunt man complete his longest walk yet.
A speeding Walmart truck driver who had been awake for 28 hours was held responsible for a 2014 crash that left the "30 Rock" star with brain injuries and killed a fellow comedian.
The actress says a sequel to the 1988 Tim Burton classic is coming!
A look at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: From Aussie soap star to one of the "sexiest men alive," Chris Hemsworth has come a long way. Let's celebrate his birthday by taking a look back.
"Downton Abbey" stars including Michelle Dockery and Joanne Froggatt have been saying farewell to the show by sharing pictures of their final days on set on social media.
The "Modern Family" star has been cast as teacher Mrs. Berrera, who Bart Simpson starts to develop feelings for as he goes through early puberty.
The film won't be as family friendly as the 1980s TV show.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is due in theaters on Dec. 18. We cannot wait.
Coming soon to a living room near you!
Melissa Gilbert, best known for playing Laura Ingalls Wilder in the 1970s television drama "Little House on the Prairie," has thrown her bonnet in the ring for a U.S. congressional seat in Michigan.
A walk down Hollywood's memory lane.