"Farewell My Queen," a sumptuous costume drama about the beginnings of the French Revolution, opened the Berlin film festival on Thursday and had audiences drawing parallels with the "Arab Spring" uprisings.
Paul McCartney finally got his own star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, becoming the last of the four Beatles to get the honor.
Rapper Jay-Z and wife Beyonce unveiled highly-anticipated pictures of their new baby daughter Blue Ivy Carter on Friday, opting to post intimate family shots on social networking site Tumblr rather than selling them to the highest bidder.
Lenny Kravitz is touring the United States for the first time in five years and playing to packed houses, and while the singer says it is good to be in his home country, it's even better that his fans haven't forgotten him.
Madonna has slammed British rapper M.I.A.'s offensive finger gesture during her Super Bowl show as juvenile, negative and out of place.
Celebrities launching fashion lines don't always transfer their fame to runway success, but a sprinkling of big names such as Victoria Beckham, Gwen Stefani and twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are becoming seasoned campaigners.
The oppressive world of Communist East Germany was brought back to life in a haunting new film called "Barbara" at the Berlin Film Festival, the first of three German productions in the main competition
Before a crowd of some forty thousand, musicians performing on the first night of the Cosquín Rock festival on Friday made magical tributes to the late Luis Alberto Spinetta, the national rock legend who died earlier this week.
The loss of another music legend is upon us, and as the news of Whitney Houston’s death starts to sink in, it becomes impossible to doubt that she was one of the most talented and successful singers in history.