A children’s cartoon produced by Netflix called Battle Kitty is catching the attention of parents who are shocked at the blatantly sexual and homoerotic nature of the program.

HBO’s “Watchmen” show is based on the comic book of the same name. In that comic book, one of the plots involves a villain staging an alien invasion that is meant to be so catastrophic, terrifying and deadly that it would unite all the various peoples of a deeply fractured world.

It appears that a different HBO project could be utilizing a similar philosophy, though perhaps inadvertently.

Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko has signed a new law that legalizes piracy of movies, music, TV shows and software owned by rightsholders from 'unfriendly countries'. The law also allows goods protected by intellectual property law to be imported from any country without obtaining permission from rightsholders.

Kumail Nanjiani says Hollywood is still limiting the kinds of roles that actors of color can play.

The EternalsBig Sick and Silicon Valley actor, who is promoting his recent Hulu limited series Welcome to Chippendales, said in a new interview that decision-makers are reluctant to cast nonwhite actors in villain roles.

When Ben Stiller walked into the office of Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, in June, he embraced the wartime leader telling him, “You’re my hero.”

Stiller is one in a line of stars from the entertainment world who made the long journey to Kyiv to meet Zelenskiy – himself a former actor and comedian. A journey that involves an overnight train journey from Poland as commercial flights – let alone private jets – cannot fly in Ukraine’s airspace for safety reasons.

The son of director Franco Zeffirelli has slammed a $500 million lawsuit filed by Leonard Whiting and Olivia Hussey that alleges sexual abuse, harassment and fraud on the set of his father’s 1968 blockbuster “Romeo and Juliet.”

Jennifer Shah, most famously known as a member of the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,” was sentenced to a 6.5-year prison sentence for defrauding thousands of people in a telemarketing scam, according to reporting by Breitbart.

The U.S. District Judge Sidney H. Stein sentenced Shah as a leader in a nationwide fraud targeting the elderly and vulnerable. The scam sought to defraud those less sophisticated than others with electronics, and the scam sought to take money away from those who could not afford to pay the money.

The latest chapter in the Joker’s nefarious story arc may be the DC Comics arch villain’s most unusual yet: He becomes pregnant.

In the latest issue of DC Comics’ series, “The Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing,” Batman’s nemesis actually carries and gives birth to a child. 

If that sounds strange, that’s the way the graphic novel company intended it. On its website, DC Comics advertised the issue as containing Joker’s “most bizarre caper yet.”