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Martin Scorsese: Late 'Goodfellas' star Ray Liotta was 'so uniquely gifted'

The New Jersey native died in his sleep on May 25 while shooting a movie in the Dominican Republic.

'Dunked' and 'dragged': Navy cap't on grueling 'Top Gun: Maverick' training

"If you have to eject or an airplane goes in the water, we need to know that you can get out safely, and God forbid that happens," Captain Brian Ferguson...

Alan White, longtime drummer for prog rock's Yes, dead at 72

Alan White, the longtime drummer for progressive rock pioneers Yes who also played on projects with John Lennon and George Harrison, has died. He was 72.

Niecy Nash on 'The Rookie' spinoff, 'Don't Forget the Lyrics,' and marriage: 'I'm living my best life'

Emmy nominee Niecy Nash is all over primetime: she’s currently hosting the Fox game show “Don’t Forget The Lyrics” and is gearing up to star in a spinoff of the...

Jodie Foster is HBO's new 'True Detective' in return to crime roots

This marks Foster's first starring TV role as an adult.

Harrison Ford shocks fans with 'Indiana Jones 5' news at Star Wars Celebration

Ford, 79, took the stage to thunderous applause as composer John Williams and a live orchestra played the "Indy" theme.

Ellen's last episode: Jennifer Aniston opens up about Brad Pitt divorce

Jennifer Aniston stole the final "Ellen Degeneres" show with a quip about her divorce with Brad Pitt.

Real 'Goodfella' on Ray Liotta: 'Thanks for not making me look like a scumbag'

Director Martin Scorsese didn't want Ray Liotta to meet his character's inspiration, mobster Henry Hill. But they caught up after "Goodfellas" came out in 1990.

Andy 'Fletch' Fletcher of Depeche Mode dead at 60

Formed in 1980, five-time Grammy-nominated Depeche Mode was created by bandmates Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Fletcher.

Winnie the Pooh, Piglet go on bloody 'rampage' in twisted horror movie

"They’re no longer tame: they’re like a vicious bear and pig who want to go around and try and find prey,” said the director.