Jane Fonda flashes crew members, and Tina Fey makes babies cry; EW uncovered these secrets and much more last year on the set of the dysfunctional-family dramedy based on Jonathan Tropper's acclaimed 2009 novel
From killer robots to killer zombies, the 45th annual edition of San Diego Comic-Con was, well, killer; more than 130,000 superfans of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror gathered from July 24 to 27 for the confab that can make or break a project; here, our picks for the 10 moments that were worth camping outside Hall H to see
As ''Avengers: Age of Ultron'' begins, Iron Man, Captain America, and the gang are suffering from serious burnout, and they're about to discover that facing down the ultimate foe is even harder when...
The director of ''Transformers: Age of Extinction'' and executive producer of the new TNT series ''The Last Ship'' may have the world's coolest job: casting the vehicles that morph into autobots and decepticons
''Like the body of water in the Montana wilderness that gives this novel its title, Fourth of July Creek wends its way through territory that's treacherous and beautiful, often both at the same time.''
In the days leading up to the Oscars, stars by the dozens drifted through the Dolby Theatre to rehearse and greet old friends; it's always a little more fun before the TV cameras (and the pressure) are on