Tony nominee LaTanya Richardson Jackson cheered at tea, which included letter from first lady
5 reasons why media company executives top CEO pay lists
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley reviews "A Million Ways to Die in the West" and "Maleficent."
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley and WTOP Sports Director Dave Johnson chat with former D.C. United coach Thomas Rongen, whose experience coaching American Samoa is the subject of the new documentary "Next Goal Wins."
Fox News hires 'Clueless' actress Stacey Dash, who endorsed Romney over Obama, as contributor
'The Nance,' starring Nathan Lane, is set for movie screens in July and PBS in the fall
Judge dismisses guardianship case over Paul Walker's daughter after plan detailed for her care
Film Review: 'Million Ways to Die in the West' offers Seth MacFarlane's uneven take on Western
Assembly passes bill mandating condom use during adult film shoots; regular disease testing
Kristen Bell calls on media, public to stay away from paparazzi images of celebrity children
The other side of the lens: Five questions about paparazzi photography
Film review: Jolie entertains in 'Maleficent,' but this revisionist fairy tale lacks true bite
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Memorial holiday box-office hit with $111 million
Led by classic revivals, Broadway's box office and attendance figures both up this season
Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt push 'Edge of Tomorrow' to its limits, tour 3 countries on 1 day
NBA TV to debut film about 1984 draft that featured Jordan, Barkley in June
Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday is responding to angry tweets from actor Seth Rogen and director Judd Apatow, after Hornaday's op-ed about the YouTube video made by Isla Vista, California mass murderer Elliot Rodger.
African-American singing cowboy Herb Jeffries dies at 100
AMC will offer $25,000 reward in connection with bottle bomb incidents
Cannes Film Festival lit up by class conflict in social films of rich-poor division
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