• New film explores J.D. Salinger's PTSD

    CNN's Jake Tapper takes a look at the new biopic "Rebel in the Rye" about famed recluse author J.D. Salinger.

  • Emmys 2017: Key categories to watch

    The nominees: "Better Call Saul" (AMC), "The Crown" (Netflix), "The Handmaid's Tale" (Hulu), "House of Cards" (Netflix), "Stranger Things" (Netflix), "This Is Us" (NBC), "Westworld" (HBO) "24" was the last broadcast TV series to win best drama at the Emmys back in 2006. NBC's breakout hit "This Is Us" stands as a strong contender in this race. If the big prize indeed goes to this wholesome drama, it would no doubt be a big win for the Big Three, as the siblings on the show are called, and the Big Four (networks) alike. The spoiler here could be Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale," a drama based on the 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood that has been praised for both its performances and timely themes. Both

  • Narcos location scout shot dead in Mexico

    A location scout for the Netflix crime drama Narcos has been shot dead while working in central Mexico. The bullet-riddled body of Carlos Muñoz Portal, 37, was found in his car in a rural area in the town of Temascalapa, in Mexico state, one of the country's most violent. Mexican officials were reportedly having difficulties investigating the case given a lack of witnesses. Netflix said the facts surrounding his death were "still unknown". A friend of Mr Muñoz told the Spanish newspaper El País (in Spanish) that the victim was travelling in the region taking photographs for locations. The death happened on Monday but news of it has only recently emerged. Mr Muñoz's 10-year career included scouting

  • Watch: Jennifer Garner cries over 'Hamilton'

    Garner posted the #TBT video of herself on laughing gas. She's not the first celebrity to do so.

  • Francia Raisa 'grateful' to donate kidney to Selena Gomez

    (CNN)Francia Raisa was happy to give her best friend Selena Gomez the gift of better health. On Thursday, "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" star shared the photo of her and her BFF holding hands in the hospital, shortly after Gomez went public with the news that she received a kidney from Raisa. Raisa wrote of her gratitude in the caption. "I am beyond grateful that God would trust me with something that not only saved a life, but changed mine in the process," Raisa said. "This was part of our story, and we will share it soon, but what is important now is that this is not the only story." A post shared by Francia Raísa (@franciaraisa) on Sep 14, 2017 at 10:19am PDT She then went on to

  • Salman Khan on meeting his British fans

    Salman Khan is one of the top grossing actors in Bollywood and has made more than 100 films. He's performing on tour in the UK for the first time in 12 years. He spoke exclusively to the BBC Asian Network's Haroon Rashid.

  • Wire star calls for more opportunities

    The US star of The Wire has called for more opportunities for black British actors to stop them heading abroad. "They're going where the work is," said Clarke Peters, who played detective Lester Freamon in the TV crime drama. "When Britain decides to build up its film industry and compete, then those cats will stay here," he continued. Star Wars' John Boyega and Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya are among those who have won high-profile Hollywood roles after making their mark in UK productions. Others include David Oyelowo, who played Martin Luther King in Selma, and David Harewood, star of Homeland and Supergirl. Peters, who was born in New York and came to work in Britain in the 1970s, said the trend