Entertainment

‘Candid Camera’ aims to make new generation smile

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Smile, “Candid Camera” is coming round again.

 
 

‘The View’ changes to include a new producer

‘The View’ changes to include a new producer

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Trade keeps coming to ABC's talk showcase "The View."

 
 

‘All About That Bass’ gives singer a breakthrough

‘All About That Bass’ gives singer a breakthrough

NEW YORK (AP) — No longer everyone was at the beginning "All About That Bass."

 
 

JK Rowling reaches out to Texas shootings survivor

HOUSTON (AP) — The teenage survivor of a taking pictures rampage that claimed the lives of her parents and four siblings at their suburban Houston residence has drawn the attention of Harry Potter creator J.oKay. Rowling.

 
 

Shepherd, McCarthy share their last ‘View’ Monday

Shepherd, McCarthy share their last ‘View’ Monday

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy are pronouncing goodbye to "The View" subsequent week.

 
 

David Bowie up for prizes at Brit Awards

LONDON (AP) — Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams and Arctic Monkeys are set to perform at Britain’s top music awards, where David Bowie could crown a comeback year with a pair of prizes.

 
 

Olympic Viewing: intrusive cameras, morning smiles

Olympic Viewing: intrusive cameras, morning smiles

Highlights from tv coverage of the Sochi Olympics:

 
 

‘The Lego Movie’ clicks again with $62.5 million

‘The Lego Movie’ clicks again with $62.5 million

"The Lego Movie" blocked "RoboCop" and "About Final Evening" from the highest spot on the field place of job.

 
 

Diao Yinan’s ‘Black Coal, Thin Ice’ wins in Berlin

Diao Yinan’s ‘Black Coal, Thin Ice’ wins in Berlin

BERLIN (AP) — Director Diao Yinan's "Black Coal, Thin Ice," a detective thriller set in northern China, received the Berlin World Movie Festival's main Golden Bear prize on Saturday. The film also picked up the best actor award, which went to Liao Fan.

 
 

NBC producer’s job is to create moments

STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — At 3:30 a.m. the morning ahead of the Olympics began, Brian Gilmore used to be glancing at the giant tv monitor that dominates a workroom at NBC Sports activities Crew’s headquarters when something caught his eye.

 
 

‘Juno’ actress Ellen Page comes out as gay

‘Juno’ actress Ellen Page comes out as gay

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ellen Page, who gained the hearts of moviegoers as the pregnant youngster in the 2007 movie "Juno," has come out as homosexual.

 
 

Here’s Johnny! Clothes make the man and vice versa

Here’s Johnny! Clothes make the man and vice versa

SOCHI, Russia (AP) — He promised himself something the first time he ever laced up a pair of skates. It's the identical factor Johnny Weir returns to in those quiet moments most evenings, just ahead of the TV digicam's "on-air" mild flashes pink.

 
 

‘Titanfall’: 5 ways it’s unlike other shooters

‘Titanfall’: 5 ways it’s unlike other shooters

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Titans are coming — and so they're losing something new on avid gamers.

 
 

Sting’s musical finds a Broadway home

Sting’s musical finds a Broadway home

NEW YORK (AP) — Singer-songwriter Sting's new musical "The Last Ship" has found a nice berth on Broadway.

 
 

DiCaprio, Hill re-team for story of Richard Jewell

DiCaprio, Hill re-team for story of Richard Jewell

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) — Leonardo DiCaprio says he and "The Wolf of Wall Street" co-star Jonah Hill are "going to give you something unique" as they re-workforce to tell the story of 1996 Olympics security defend Richard Jewell.