To put it as the devout Ned Flanders would, the Vatican's newspaper thinks "The Simpsons" are an okely dokely bunch.
Singer Amy Winehouse was charged Wednesday in connection with an assault at a theater, police said.
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Scottish vocal sensation Susan Boyle continues her stay at the top of the U.S. album chart, as her debut "I Dreamed a Dream" marks its fourth straight week at No. 1.
Fox is going local in Italy with the launch of a long-gestating Italo film production shingle called 21st Century Fox.
The Palm Springs Film Festival has added an Australian Film day, highlighting the work of three new Aussie directors: Glendyn Ivin, thesp Rachel Ward and Warwick Thornton.
Kristin Scott Thomas has dropped out of the upcoming Paris production of "A Little Night Music" due to a foot injury.
The Women In Film Foundation has disclosed eight recipients -- all documentarians -- from its Film Finishing Fund this year.
Just so you don't sour on President Obama's sense of humor as he faces serious issues such as health care reform and climate change, Obama made a surprise call to outgoing Virginia Governor Tim Kaine…
BBC America found good medicine with "Doctor Who" Saturday night.
European subsidy org Eurimages has agreed to partially bankroll "Iron Sky," Timo Vuorensola's dark sci-fi romp about space-faring Nazis set on conquering Earth.
TV viewers in the U.K. are willing to pay a little extra to see Warner Bros.' "Fringe."