Sony-Screen Gems’ “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” has a stronghold among teen girls, launching Wednesday with tracking in the mid-to-high teens over five days. But the teen-lit adaptation…
Back before her 1986 breakthrough, "Control," then-teenage Janet Jackson was still mostly known as Michael's Little Sister.
Janet Jackson's prolific career is marked by her irresistibly catchy dance anthems. And when she first broke through to the top of the charts with 1986's "Nasty," she established her own style…
Janet Jackson has been an activist for AIDS prevention and research for a long time and in February she was honored by amfAR, an organization she has been involved with for the past 15 years.
Motown songwriter, producer and arranger Deke Richards, who logged his biggest successes with the Jackson 5 and the Supremes in the ’60s and ’70s, died on March 24 in Bellingham, Wash., after…
Thomas Kretschmann and Oliver Jackson-Cohen have been cast as series regulars in NBC's upcoming drama series "Dracula."
Billy Schrank, a music executive who worked on several soundtracks at studios including Warner Bros., Paramount, Disney and Columbia Pictures, died of complications from a stroke in Los Angeles on…
Eileen Moran, a visual effects executive producer and a key lieutenant for Peter Jackson at fx house Weta Digital, died Tuesday in New Zealand of cancer. She appeared to be in her 50s.
The show is huge, bold, and studded with great moments, but it manages to dazzle the eyes while leaving the heart largely unscathed.
A year after Michael Jackson's shocking death cut short a series of comeback concerts in London, the King of Pop's legacy shows no signs of subsiding.
Docu offers a heretofore unseen glimpse of the star's creative process.