LONDON — Two new books from the Harry Potter universe are set to be released as part of a British exhibition that celebrates the 20th anniversary of the launch of the series.
Actress Mindy Kaling is reportedly pregnant with her first child.
TORONTO — Canadian actor Harvey Atkin, who was a regular on hit U.S. dramas “Law & Order” and “Cagney & Lacey,” died Monday after a battle with cancer. He was 74.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Garth Brooks says he’ll pony up for a Hawaiian honeymoon for a couple who got engaged at his concert in Oklahoma City.
R. Kelly has been accused by the parents of several women of controlling their lives by indoctrinating them into a sex “cult”.
Blac Chyna has reportedly taken on more personal security after fearing for her own safety following ex-lover Ferrari True's recent behaviour.
Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who replacement will be announced on Sunday following the coverage of the Wimbledon men’s tennis final.
Former Spice Girls star Melanie Brown has been ordered to pay her estranged husband US$40,000 a month in emergency spousal support.
Maybe there is something new under the sun.
Actress Mischa Barton was “terrified” to go public with her sex tape leak legal drama because she worried it would turn fans off.
Plenty of winners and losers this week, although heavy on the losers, as per usual.
Stephen Colbert is an avid superfan of the Lord of the Rings series, so he was incredibly excited to invite the voice of Gollum to his set on Tuesday.
Jennifer Lawrence isn’t pretty enough to portray Sharon Tate, according to the murdered actress’ sister.
Canadian actress Ellen Page has confirmed she’s dating dancer Emma Portner.
Shia LaBeouf’s lawyer has insisted the actor’s arrest and drinking issues won’t derail the production of his upcoming movie The Peanut Butter Falcon.
Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano are reportedly in talks to revamp their magical TV series Charmed.
Lynda Carter is open to making a guest appearance in any future Wonder Woman movies.
Oliver Stone has signed on to direct the first episode of a new TV series set in the world’s most notorious detention centre, Guantanamo Bay.
When you die on Game of Thrones, sometimes you’ve got to become a ghost.