NEW YORK — Colson Whitehead's latest honor is a thank-you from the country's libraries.
LOS ANGELES — Competing with a presidential inauguration, multicity marches and big-budget Hollywood productions, M. Night Shyamalan's creepy psychological thriller "Split" pulled off a surprising opening weekend victory, pulling in an estimated $40.2 million.
PARK CITY, Utah — Actress Chante Adams had just graduated from Carnegie Mellon University when she got a call from a casting agent who wanted her to audition to be the lead in the Roxanne Shante biopic "Roxanne, Roxanne." Adams had no feature credits to her name and a background in theater. But the agent saw something in her at CMU's senior showcase, where students perform in front of agents, managers and casting directors, and sought her out.
PARK CITY, Utah — Matt Damon took the cause of clean water to the Sundance Film Festival, where he said he's hoping to pitch Donald Trump on the issue.
NEW YORK — Donald Trump's "running war" on the media is continuing into his presidency, with statements over the weekend calling into question the extent to which information from the White House can be trusted.
NEW YORK — Madonna is defending her fiery, expletive-laden speech at the women's march, saying her words were "taken wildly out of context."
NEW YORK — Emmy-award winning actor and writer Keegan-Michael Key will host the "NFL Honors" show on Saturday, Feb. 4, when The Associated Press individual awards will be announced.
MADISON, Wis. — "La La Land" composer Justin Hurwitz says he can somewhat relate to the ups and downs of the movie's main characters.
PARK CITY, Utah — Director Dee Rees wanted to get to the big questions in her enthralling period epic "Mudbound." Specifically: What is it to be a citizen and what is it to fight for a country that doesn't fight for you? The film, which premiered Saturday night at the Sundance Film Festival, had audiences raving and some already speculating about Oscar chances.
Reaction to the death of Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura in a car crash Sunday in the Dominican Republic. Ventura, who played three full seasons with the Royals, was known to teammates by the nickname "Ace":