Here's what critics have to say about the final film in Peter Jackson's trilogy
Los Angeles prosecutors say they will not file child sexual abuse charges against Bill Cosby in connection with one of his accusers
Luke Evans, Richard Armitage and Martin Freeman sit down with CBS News' Alphonso Van Marsh to talk "The Battle of Five Armies"
The award-winning filmmaker who directed the "Dark Knight" trilogy and "Inception" discusses his latest movie, "Interstellar"
"Birdman" tops the list of nominees with 13 nods, followed by "The Grand Budapest Hotel" will 11
Nine new pairs of castaways will outwit, outplay and outlast in hopes of winning the CBS competition series
Newly rediscovered lyrics from that time are the inspiration for a new supergroup of talented musicians
Prince William, Kate give royal-watchers early Christmas present days after returning from U.S. trip
A look at some of the femme fatales who have starred alongside a string of 007s
75 years after the film's release, the Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin presents an exhibition of material from its making
See which music acts are up for honors at the 57th annual ceremony
Take a look (and a listen) to the new holiday music that's out this season
Celebrities deck the halls and get merry during the festive season
Models hit the runway as Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and Ariana Grande perform at the fashion event, held in London for the first time
From The Carpenters to Run DMC, here are some Christmas songs that deserve a listen
Clay Walker discusses his success in the country music business
The R&B/pop star opens up to CBS News' Lauren Moraski about her favorite foods, songs and more
"Ferris Bueller's Day Off," "Rosemary's Baby" and "Willy Wonka" among latest titles to be preserved by Library of Congress
Another contender from Blake Shelton's team wins the NBC sing-off series
The actor opens up about what he did to prep for his role as Christian Grey in the upcoming film
An old Disney film, featuring Oswald, the Lucky Rabbit, has been discovered just in time for the holidays
Actress talks about the end of the USA Network series and what she cherishes most about "Saved by the Bell"
The episode will premiere in early 2015
John and Furnish were among the first couples in Britain to seal a civil partnership when it was introduced in 2005
The "Big Eyes" actress is hosting the Dec. 20 episode with musical guests One Direction
A new year. A new set of movies and TV series -- see what's in store for early 2015
The fallout from the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack that began four weeks ago continues
Los Angeles prosecutors declined to file any charges against the comedian after a woman claimed he molested her around 1974
Sony told theater owners Tuesday that it's supportive of individual decisions on whether or not to show the film
The former "7th Heaven" star talks to People magazine about having inappropriate sexual contact with three female minors
Actor bulked up for "American Sniper," honed his craft on Broadway in "The Elephant Man"
Group warning moviegoers to stay away from "The Interview" or risk 9/11-like violence; theaters said to be scrapping showings
David Folkenflik, media correspondent for National Public Radio, joined CBSN to discuss the latest on the Sony hack
"Today" show personality is he latest woman to share her private experience with comedian Bill Cosby
The accusation is part of continued efforts to have a decades-old sexual assault case dismissed
Darlene Love will sing "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" for the 21st and final time on Letterman's annual holiday show
"Ferris Bueller's Day Off," "The Big Lebowski" and "Saving Private Ryan" are just a few of the classics to be preserved by the Library of Congress
Both actors, along with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, are weighing in on the media's handling of the leak
The comedian's youngest daughter, Evin, comes to her father's defense in a new statement released Tuesday
In a statement, hackers warn people to keep away from the premier of "The Interview" on Christmas Day, adding "the world will denounce the SONY"
While his most recent work was put under a fact-checking microscope, director believes his films are best enjoyed simply as amusement
Jennifer Lee says, "I've gone from, 'Thank you,' to, 'Sorry!"
Reality star made waves after removing her daughter from a picture on social media
Family steps out for Angelina Jolie's new movie while she continues to recover from the chickenpox
The biggest names in country music step out in Nashville
Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and Luke Bryan were among the stars who stepped out in Nashville
Judy Huth's attorney says he has interviewed two witnesses who corroborate her story
Filming is underway on the next 007 movie, "SPECTRE," despite the leak of a draft script in a huge hack of material from Sony Pictures