Oct. 18: Singer-guitarist Chuck Berry is 89. Actress Dawn Wells ("Gilligan's Island") is 77. Actor Joe Morton is 68. Actress Pam Dawber is 65. Actress Erin Moran is 55. Actor Jean-Claude Van Damme is 55. Jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis is 54. Actor Vincent Spano is 53. Bassist Tim Cross (Sponge) is 49. Singer Nonchalant is 42. Actress Joy Bryant ("Parenthood") is 41. Guitarist Peter Svensson of The Cardigans is 41. Actor Wesley Jonathan is 37. Singer Ne-Yo is 36. Country singer and "American Idol" contestant Josh Gracin is 35. Country musician Jesse Littleton (Marshall Dyllon) is 34. Jazz musician Esperanza Spalding is 31. Actor Zac Efron is 28. Actress Joy Lauren ("Desperate Housewives") is 26. Actor Tyler Posey is 24.
2015 is undoubtedly the year of Amy Schumer. There was her hit movie "Trainwreck," an Emmy for her Comedy Central show, the chance to open for Madonna, a multi-million dollar book deal, an upcoming HBO special and, finally, last night, an appearance on "Saturday Night Live." Schumer probably could have flopped and still be loved as the Hollywood best friend you wish you had. But of course, she didn't.
Q branch is paying a visit to Paris with the arrival of nearly 20 cars featured in James Bond films over the years. From the Sunbeam Alpine in the 1962 "Dr. No" to this year's Aston Martin, the cars paraded down the Champs Elysees on Sunday after arraying in front of the Arc de Triomphe.
A group of lawmakers and experts guiding the state Capitol's renovation met Monday to discuss how to give the building's massive art collection its own facelift to address concerns that some paintings unfairly depict Native Americans.
"Pan" fared even worse than expected in its dismal 3,515-screen debut. The $150 million live-action Peter Pan origin story netted $15.3 million in its first days in theaters according to Rentrak reported actuals on Monday. Sunday estimates had the film at a slightly better $15.5 million.