Rosmarie Trapp, whose Austrian family the von Trapps was made famous in the musical and beloved movie “The Sound of Music,” has died.
Vangelis was best known for composing one of the most instantly recognizable musical themes in cinema.
Rihanna and A$AP Rocky have welcomed a baby boy.
The competition was narrowed down to three finalists — Prince, Ringmaster and Firefly — all of whom represent Team Good.
The premiere date for “Hocus Pocus 2” and new footage was shared this week during Disney’s upfronts presentation, according to reports.
An 18-year-old drummer got to live the dream when he hit the stage to perform with Pearl Jam last week in Oakland after one of the band members tested positive for COVID.
Carrie Underwood is coming to Fiserv Forum on October 23, a release said Monday.
"Stefania" was written as a tribute to the lead singer's mother, but since Russia’s invasion it has become an anthem to the motherland.
Momoa is in Italy filming “Fast X."
'Not everyone will like — or agree with — everything on our service,' the memo states.
Britney Spears announced on her Instagram page that she suffered a miscarriage.
Kendrick Lamar takes the stage again for "The Big Steppers Tour", including a stop at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, with guests Baby Keem and Tanna Leone.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s Dr. Stephen Strange may have five Marvel Cinematic Universe credits to his name, but, remarkably, he’s only just now getting an official follow-up to his 2016 debut film, “Doctor Strange.” That’s part of the charm of the sprawling MCU. But there’s also a fine art to making a direct sequel within those interconnected franchise parameters. So in honor of the long-awaited debut of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” we decided to look back on how Marvel second installments have fared over the years.
Chris Rock hasn't fully recovered from the infamous Oscars slap.
Fred Ward had several roles throughout his acting career, including in TV shows like "Grey's Anatomy," "ER," and "True Detective."
The iconic comedian originally planned to film the special in front of a live audience, but COVID-19 had other plans.
Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. (MWF) and FPC Live announced on Friday, May 13 that a new, indoor venue is not coming to land near Maier Festival Park.
A couple claimed in a new lawsuit that their unborn child died as a result of the mother being "trampled and crushed" while in attendance at the festival.
Welcome back to "Welcome to Flatch" recaps! In the first of tonight’s two episodes, "The Devil's Backbone," Kelly and Shrub plan to increase their social media following by recording a surprise reunion with Father Joe and another former member of his religious boy band, A-Men. Then in "On The Hooky," Shrub gets a new job detailing cars while Father Joe, Kelly, Cheryl and Mandy play hooky.
Naomi Judd died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to daughter Ashley Judd. Ashley appeared on "Good Morning America" to speak out about her mother's death.