Korn's Johnathan Davis explains why he has to have video games in his recording studio
'I, Tonya' will come out in 2018
How the icon's 1992 projects (her own 'Lemonade') tackled homophobia, AIDS hysteria and female, queer desire, and set the blueprint for modern pop
The event runs from October 20th to November 2nd
In addition to this blazing clip, listen to Urban's original demo for the song, co-written by Vernon Rust
"Certain people feel like we should make America 'great again,'" rapper says. "But that ... takes me back to separation and segregation"
Eclectic group explores the musical roots of frontman Raul Malo in the new documentary 'Havana Time Machine'
"I think we can all agree that equity in education can help affect change that we all want to see in this country," defensive end says
'Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond' chronicles the making of 'Man on the Moon' and will premiere on Netflix this fall
Singer unveils title track from upcoming eighth studio album
Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman find themselves trapped in a domestic nightmare in this stunning, cerebral revenge story
Get ready for Teacher Rick, Working Class Rick and Street Loco Morty, among others
Hurricanes, forest fires and melting polar ice caps highlight new clip for 'IN///PARALLEL' cut
"When I saw it I was sobbing and sobbing and sobbing"
Accusations of sexual assault come and go in Hollywood – but because of Weinstein's position, could this be the beginning of real change?
Talk show host calls sexual harassment "a human thing," is encouraged by "power in numbers"