Michael Moore calls snipers 'cowards' on Twitter
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore pronounced that "snipers aren't heroes" in a tweet on Sunday as "American Sniper," the Oscar-nominated biopic of a former Navy SEAL and sharpshooter, won the weekend box office.
Amazon is going to make movies
The company announced Monday that its Amazon Studios division -- the same one that is behind Amazon's TV shows like "Transparent" -- will "begin to produce and acquire original movies."
'Doctor Who' to remain on Netflix
Binge-watching fans of "Doctor Who" and "Luther" can breathe a sigh of relief.
Hip-hop world mourns A$AP Yams, dead at 26
The hip-hop world is mourning the death of A$AP Yams, one of the founding members of the Harlem-based collective A$AP Mob.
Miss Lebanon's selfie with Miss Israel causes pageant stir
Miss Lebanon Saly Greige is distancing herself from a photo of her and Miss Israel Doron Matalon that's causing an online uproar.
Fitness expert, TV reality star Greg Plitt fatally struck by train
Fitness expert and reality TV personality Greg Plitt died on Saturday after being hit by a commuter train in Burbank, California.
The truth is still out there: Fox eyes 'X-Files' reboot
We may not have seen the last of FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.
Thursday Night Football returning to CBS for 2015 season
Thursday Night Football will have a home on CBS for at least one more season.
Tom Hanks: 'Community college made me what I am'
Tom Hanks applauded President Obama's plan to provide free community college for millions of Americans, noting that his own two-year stint "made me what I am today."
Uncle Si's Iced Tea maker sues Duck Commander
Chinook USA, which makes iced tea and other beverages, is blaming its recent bankruptcy filing on the duck call company that stars in the A&E reality show "Duck Dynasty."
Second record weekend for 'American Sniper'
In its second weekend of wide release, "American Sniper" is poised to again outperform Hollywood expectations and make well over $60 million.