"12 Years a Slave" scored four Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations, while "Osage County" and "The Butler" earned three nominations in Wednesday’s announcements.
The Lyric Stage Company is giving the thought provoking comedy "Becky’s New Car," by Steven Dietz, its Boston area premiere (through December 22). But director Larry Coen wonders if letting a woman drive may be an unpaved road in the theatre.
The interactive, digital book "Spoon and the Moon" is a whimsically seductive, adult fairytale. The popular app doesn’t cost much to buy, but the authors are anxious to spread word of mouth, so for a limited time they are offering the app for free.
Grammy- and Oscar-winning American rock singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge will join the Boston Pops under conductor Keith Lockhart on June 12 and 13 for her first-ever appearances with a symphony orchestra. Tickets for these concerts go on sale Dec. 20.
The TrevorLIVE Benefit featured special appearances by Sia, Fergie, Paula Abdul, Adam Lambert, Mandy Moore, Cheyenne Jackson, Josh Duhamel, Sarah Michelle Gellar, the cast of "Glee" and many more.
HBO Documentary Films will present "The Battle of amfAR," the story of the founding of the American Foundation for AIDS Research, the nation’s first AIDS research foundation, by Elizabeth Taylor and research scientist Dr. Mathilde Krim.
Numerous sightings of boy bander Harry Styles with the daughter of a reality show dynasty, most recently at a popular Manhattan gay bar, have left many wondering if the One Direction singer goes both ways.
MTV’s college channel has gone in two wildly different directions in naming Pope Francis and pop singer Lorde as its man and woman of the year.
British actor Ben Whishaw, who is openly gay, has been confirmed to star as Queen singer Freddie Mercury in the upcoming biopic directed by Dexter Fletcher.
Eleanor Parker, who was nominated for Academy Awards three times for her portrayals of strong-willed women and played a scheming baroness in "The Sound of Music," has died at 91.