Roy Acuff, hailed as "the king of country music" during 54 years on the Grand Ole Opry, and founder of one of country music's largest publishing companies, died here yesterday from congestive heart…
Veteran character actor and distinctive voice artist Sterling Holloway, 87, died Nov. 22 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles of cardiac arrest.
A movie cameraman was pulled from a volcano crater yesterday, two days after his helicopter crashed and trapped him in sweltering volcanic fumes, authorities said.
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
MGM Grand Inc. said yesterday it will abandon its "all-frills" scheduled airline service between Los Angeles and New York at year end, grounding an ambitious personal vision of owner Kirk Kerkorian.
The Swedish Film Institute nominated "Anglagard," or "Angel Manor," for the Best Foreign Film Oscar to replace "The Best Intentions," which was declared ineligible last week.
California's top fire official has begun a massive entertainment industry education campaign because of a rash of recent accidents on movie location sites.
Theodore Thomas, a musician whose band backed up such Motown acts as Stevie Wonder and Gladys Knight, died Nov. 7 at 84.
Rock star Axl Rose was found guilty yesterday of property damage and assault during an aborted Guns N' Roses concert last year that escalated into a riot.
Chuck Connors, who gained fame as the tough, gun-toting single father on the long-running television series "The Rifleman," died yesterday in Los Angeles of lung cancer. He was 71.
MCA Music Entertainment Group, vowing to use profits from sales of its Chess Records catalog to fight illegally produced recordings, yesterday announced a lawsuit against 20 companies it claims have…