Macaulay Culkin to Receive Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Learn more about his life after being a child star.

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 26: Musician Tracy Chapman performs on stage during

Tracy Chapman Makes History With CMAs’ Win

Her song “Fast Car” won the award, 35 years after its release.

LAS VEGAS - MAY 26: Musician George Strait performs on stage at the

When Was the First Country Music Association Awards (CMA)? The History of the CMAs

Learn about the history of the CMAs as well as how to watch the 2023 CMAs tonight.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame performers

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Announces Nostalgic Lineup for 38th Annual Induction Ceremony

It is going to be a night filled with some epic performances!

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 19: Gwen Stefani poses with her star during her Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony on October 19, 2023 in Hollywood, California

Gwen Stefani of ’90s Band No Doubt Receives Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

She called it a dream.

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 19: Adam Sandler onstage during the 24th Annual Mark Twain Prize For American Humor at The Kennedy Center on March 19, 2023 in Washington, DC.

After His New Movie’s Success, Adam Sandler is Heading Out on Tour

He’s ready to make people laugh!

FLAG DAY, Sean Penn, 2021

Sean Penn Trashes Will Smith Over Last Year’s Oscars Slap

He was not happy with the award show for another reason too.

NSync, from left: J.C. Chasez,Joey Fatone, Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick, circa 2000

MTV’s VMAs Brought on the ’90s & a Tribute to 50 Years of Hip-Hop

Such a fun and nostalgic night of performances and appearances!

DIONNE WARWICK, hosts the 14th Annual Grammy Awards, at the Felt Forum, NY, March 14, 1972.

“It’s About Time” 82-Year-Old Dionne Warwick Claims on Recent Honor, Plus the Meeting She Wants With Elon Musk

The immensely talented singer and performer is also a jokester, calling out celebs like Leonardo DiCaprio, Pete Davidson and really wanting a meeting with the “young man” Elon Musk about his plans with X.

CITIZEN KANE, Orson Welles, 1941

Orson Welles’ Replacement Oscar for ‘Citizen Kane’ Sold in Auction but Not Without Controversy

It may not have been a legal sale.

JULY 28: Sheila E with Prince and Cat during a Lovesexy concert on July 28, 1988 in London, United Kingdom.

Sheila E to be Honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Queen of Percussion Sheila E is getting her very own star after years of contributing to the music industry.

Mel Brook Now & Then

Looking Back at Mel Brooks’ Best Movies: ‘Blazing Saddles,’ ‘The Producers,’ ‘Young Frankenstein’ & More

Mel Brooks is 97 today (June 28th) & is Receiving an Honorary Oscar to Celebrate!

CMA Fest: 50 Years of Fan Fair -- Told through exclusive one-on-one interviews and never-before-seen archival content and CMA Fest performances, “CMA Fest: 50 Years of Fan Fair” celebrates the festival’s humble beginnings as Fan Fair in 1972, which drew 5,000 fans to Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium, to its move to the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in 1982 and then ultimately to downtown Nashville in 2001, now drawing more than 90,000 fans a day, across four days, with attendees from all 50 states and 51 countries. The 75-minute documentary features exclusive interviews with some of Country Music’s most notable artists including Bill Anderson, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, BRELAND, Brooks & Dunn, Brothers Osborne, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Valierie Ellis, Vince Gill, Wynonna Judd, Miranda Lambert, Patty Loveless, Mark Miller, Craig Morgan, Lorrie Morgan, Dolly Parton, Carly Pearce, Jeannie Seely, Frankie Staton, Blake Shelton, Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Lainey Wilson, Trisha Yearwood and Chris Young.

CMA Fest: Celebrates 50 Years of Fan Fair With New Documentary

Celebrating the 1972 beginning of the Country Music Association festival, CMA Fest: 50 Years of Fan Fair, available July 5 on Hulu, features interviews with some of country music’s most notable artists.

TITANIC, Leonardo Di Caprio, Kate Winslet, 1997

Titanic Trivia Quiz

Happy anniversary ‘Titanic’? Twenty-five years ago today the James Cameron-directed masterpiece took home 11 Oscar wins. Let’s see how much you remember!

Ke Huy Quan, winner of Best Actor in a Supporting Role award for ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ Michelle Yeoh, winner of the Best Actress in a Leading Role award for ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ Brendan Fraser, winner of the Best Actor in a Leading Role award for ’The Whale,’ and Jamie Lee Curtis, winner of the Best Actress in a Supporting Role award for ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’

’80s & ’90s Stars Cleaned Up at the Oscars

‘Indiana Jones’ and ‘Encino Man’ stars struck major Oscar gold this year as all had a very happy reunion at the 95th Academy Awards.

THE WIZARD OF OZ, Judy Garland, Toto the dog, 1939

That Didn’t Win? Major Movie Blockbuster Oscar Snubs

These have to have won best picture in their day, Right?

Test Your Knowledge of ’80s & ’90s Stars at the 2023 Oscars

With the Oscars coming up, test your knowledge of the ’80s and ’90s stars up for an award this year.

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ and Other Sci-Fi Films on TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar

The March 10 evening lineup also features Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), The Time Machine (1960), Destination Moon (1950) and Forbidden Planet (1956).

Teresa Wright as Eleanor Gehrig and Gary Cooper as Lou Gehrig in

TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar: ‘The Pride of the Yankees’ & Other Sports Movies

The March 9 evening lineup also features ‘Somebody Up There Likes Me’ (1956), ‘This Sporting Life’ (1963), ‘Hoop Dreams’ (1994), ‘The Stratton Story’ (1949) and ‘Pat and Mike’ (1952).

Daniel Day-Lewis as Bill the Butcher in Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York

TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar: ‘Gangs of New York’

Martin Scorsese’s multi-Oscar-nominated 2002 historical drama makes its TCM premiere March 8 as the centerpiece of a night of acclaimed crime films that also includes The French Connection, Shaft (1971) and more.

Bob Hope introducing the 25th Academy Awards ceremony, the first to be televised, in 1953

Watch Bob Hope’s Opening at the First Oscars TV Broadcast in 1953

“Television. That’s where movies go when they die,” quips the host, along with other zingers that good-naturedly reflect the tension between the film industry and young upstart television 70 years ago.