IATSE strike averted for 60,000 film and television workers

A three-year deal has apparently been struck between negotiators for the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and the  Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, averting a midnight deadline for a strike.

Review: 'Halloween Kills' is more of the same old blood splatter

Michael Myers kills people, and he kills them on Halloween. This is about all that “Halloween Kills,” the latest in this long-running horror franchise, has to offer in terms of character development and plot. Film critic Roxana Hadadi digs into the guts and gore.

Cher sues Sonny Bono's widow over Sonny & Cher royalties

Cher filed suit in Los Angeles against Mary Bono, alleging the widow of the entertainer's former partner/husband in folk-pop duo Sonny & Cher is illegally withholding royalties from such 1960s hits as "I Got You Babe" and "The Beat Goes On."