If a trip to London's West End this summer to catch the eighth installment of the Harry Potter series just wasn't possible, there's now a Plan B. J. K. Rowling's Pottermore website announced Wednesday that the script for the upcoming play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, will also be published in print and e-book in July.
Prosecutors are reviewing a police file as they decide whether to charge Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy in a Philadelphia nightclub brawl that left two off-duty police officers injured. The 27-year-old McCoy has retained a high-profile criminal defense lawyer while prosecutors review the
Aaren O'Connor was sitting in her car talking on the phone with her family back in California when she cried out and the phone went dead. Frantic, her father called back and finally reached his 25-year-old daughter.“She was having trouble speaking," said David O'Connor, who lives in San Diego. "She
At first glance, you might think Donald Trump would be thrilled to be played by an Oscar-nominated actor like Johnny Depp in a biopic chronicling his life — but when that biopic turns out to be the latest Funny or Die project, the results are less than flattering.
Depp stars in Funny or Die's scathingly parodic The Art of the Deal, which presents itself as a long-lost, made-for-TV adaptation of Trump's 1987 bestseller of the same name.
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich's response to finding out who won the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night was spot on — and he didn't even utter a word.
TNT reporter David Aldridge managed to slip in a political question at the end of a courtside interview with Popovich by asking if he wanted to know the election results.
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin will adapt Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird for Broadway, The New York Times reports.
"It lives a little bit differently in everybody's imagination in the way a great novel ought to, and then along I come," Sorkin said. "I'm not the equal of Harper Lee. No one is."
Sorkin was signed by producer Scott Rudin, who attained the stage adaptation rights that Lee had apparently long been reluctant to grant.