In what may be the most inclusive "Big Brother" cast, homoeroticism on the CBS reality show continues to bloom.
It's official, people: Bigger is better. It's something we can no longer ignore - our smartphones are swelling to ever-greater sizes following years of shrinkage, and we're lapping up these behemoths in droves.
You have heard the rumblings for months and now it's come to reality: The return of the oldest nationally-recognized female impersonator pageant, dating back to 1972.
Looking for love? You may find it on a new website that focuses on love connections, not hook-ups.
It may not be a great movie, but it is a damn refreshing one.
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney documents the activist musician, as well as the Broadway musical made about his life, in the rich, two-hour portrait.
"Get On Up" chronicles the life of the great R&B singer James Brown with Chadwick Boseman giving a career-changing performance.
Anchored by a remarkable performance from Brendan Gleeson, John Michael McDonagh's "Calvary" is a profound and impeccably written film that explores the importance of faith even within the darkest of times.
In the Arts
The Warwick University rowing team in England is helping to eliminate homophobia in sports by raising money in an interesting way: The team strips for a good cause as they raise money by selling calendars depicting the team nude and in various poses.
There is a list of endless reasons to want to live vicariously through Orlando Bloom. However, his recent altercation with Justin Bieber that lead to him punching the teeny pop idol in the kisser could possibly top that list.
A new amusement park outside Rome celebrates the world of cinema, taking visitors back to the golden age of Italian film production when the Rome-based Cinecitta Studios - still in operation - were known as "Hollywood on the Tiber."
NBC has picked its Peter Pan: high-flying "Girls" star Allison Williams.
Lady Gaga is a bonafide pop star, but the singer says recording jazz music was easier than pop.
A brilliant London teen unwillingly relocates to Boston and makes lemonade out of life's lemons in Robin Reardon's exciting new novel.
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