A revival of Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" by stage and film director Mike Nichols was applauded in reviews on Friday, with Nichols being praised for precise staging and star Philip Seymour Hoffman's performance winning over most critics.
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has apologized to Mick Jagger for derogatory comments he made about the lead singer in his 2010 memoir "Life", which caused a rift within the band.
Rosie O'Donnell's daily talk program "The Rosie Show" was canceled by Oprah Winfrey's OWN network, after failing to lure a large number of viewers in five months on the air at the fledgling network.
A South London bar’s owner has come up with a massive meat attack for his diners, it’s called The Beast — a succulent hamburger which comes in its own specially-baked 30 cm diameter bun and contains 3.15 kilos of beef.
"Matilda", a musical based on the children's story by Roald Dahl, garnered 10 nominations -- the maximum for its genre -- at the Olivier Awards, Britain's top theatre prizes, organizers announced today.
President Barack Obama appears in an upcoming Cartoon Network documentary aimed at encouraging bullied children and others to speak up, and says that as the father of two young girls he is deeply concerned about the issue.
Pop star Rihanna called her recent musical collaboration with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown "innocent," after critics and fans split on the duo working together three years after Brown assaulted the pop star.
Russell Brand was taken into custody by New Orleans police and booked for simple criminal damage after a photographer accused the British comedian and actor of grabbing his iPhone and tossing it through a window, authorities said.