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Jon Stewart headed back to TV

The comedian has signed a deal with HBO, his first entertainment project since quitting "The Daily Show" in August.


A ‘Hunger Games’ theme park is happening

Lions Gate Entertainment says the movie franchise has been licensed for development in a theme park.


Los Angeles judge orders deposition of Bill Cosby by former model

Bill Cosby and his former lawyer were ordered on Monday to give sworn depositions in the defamation lawsuit brought by an ex-supermodel who says they falsely called her a liar after she publicly accused the comedian of sexually assaulting her three decades ago.


Snoopy gets a star

Snoopy put his stamp in Hollywood by becoming the first beagle to earn a star on the renowned Walk of Fame.


Today in entertainment history: Nov. 3

A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.


Lily Aldridge to wear $2M bra at 20th annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

The Fireworks Fantasy Bra features over 6,500 gems set in 18-karat gold.


Mariah Carey, Pat Benatar, Questlove set for Macy’s Parade

The annual Thanksgiving Day Parade is going to be a star-studded affair.

An impersonator poses in costume as the character Mr Spock from the science fiction series "Star Trek" at the London Film and Comic-Con in London, Britain July 17, 2015. REUTERS/Neil Hall

‘Star Trek’ to boldly go back to TV with new series

The sci-fi show "Star Trek" is boldly going back to television.


PHOTOS: 20 celebrities who dress like Halloween all year

Some celebrities dress like every day is one big costume party.


OPENING WEEKEND: Foodie drama ‘Burnt’ faces off against political satire ‘Crisis’

Here's a look at some of the big films set to open nationwide this weekend.

Hocus Pocus

MOVIES: 31 kid-friendly scares for Halloween

These Halloween favorites are sure to put you in the perfect spooky (not-so) scary mood for the holiday.

Bailey Jarrett and her dog Teddy visit a Dallas-area PetSmart store on Oct. 25, 2014, for the company's annual in-store Halloween event. The event took place at all PetSmart locations throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.

PHOTOS: 31 adorable pets in Halloween costumes

This Halloween is going to the dogs... and cats, ferrets, and bunnies.


Today in entertainment history: Oct. 30

A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.


WHAT’S ON: New on Netflix, Amazon & Hulu this November

Get your remotes ready for a new round of binge-worthy movies and TV.


Cooper, Miller reunite to heat up the kitchen as chefs in ‘Burnt’

The "American Sniper" co-stars reunite to cook up a storm in as formidable chefs in the culinary comedy-drama.


MOVIES: 31 days of Halloween

Halloween is almost here! Get into the spirit by watching one of these scary movies.


Jimmy Fallon is getting his own theme park ride

The ride, called Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon, is coming to Universal Studios in 2017.


New horizon for horror as ‘Paranormal Activity’ gives up the ghost

For six years, horror fans have wondered what the supernatural entity is scaring the "Paranormal Activity" movie franchise, but as they get their answer with the final film, ghosts could be cast aside for horrors rooted in reality.


Today in entertainment history: Oct. 29

A look at the entertainment headlines that went down in history.

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