Kenneth Edmonds is more than just a Babyface. He's an R&B legend with Grammys, multi-platinum records and chart-topping singles under his belt; a father; and a philanthropist.
In summer 2000, TNT might have been best known for Saturday night airings of "MonsterVision," hosted by cult-movie aficionado Joe Bob Briggs. Imagine the eyebrows the network must have raised when it…
TNT might be a part-timer when it comes to cable's sporting landscape, but that doesn't mean it isn't a player.
Ted Turner broke ground with the launch of TNT in 1988 by persuading cable operators to pay a significant monthly subscriber fee for an entertainment channel. Until then, that kind of coin was…
Already featured at Cannes and Venice film festivals, classic pictures were overdue for a dedicated market, and now they have one at Lyon's Lumiere festival.
With impressive roles already to their credit, these thesps are on the rise.
After receiving rave reviews for his work on “Short Term 12,” Destin Cretton may have landed his next big gig: He is in early negotiations to direct Lionsgate's “The Glass Castle,” starring Jennifer…
Brie Larson has been performing nearly her entire life, as a singer, on TV ("United States of Tara") and in film ("21 Jump Street").
The idea of acting has appealed to Lupita Nyong'o since before she can remember. Born in Mexico to Kenyan parents living in self-imposed political exile, Nyong'o and her family returned to Africa…
Multi-faceted, sensual and raw, "Blue Is the Warmest Color's" Lea Seydoux embodies the classic beauty and gravitas of a classic screen star.