Now, with its release online at the same time it debuts in theaters, it has a new role: a test for a new kind of movie release.
Communities around the world celebrate Christmas 2014 with lights, costumes, and prayer.
Follow Santa’s journey around the world with Google Maps.
NORAD volunteers will spend Christmas Eve answering phone calls and emails from children wondering when Santa Claus is comin’ to town.
A woman thought she stilled owed $87 on the karaoke machine after paying $15 to have it put on layaway.
Sony offering “The Interview” through several live streaming channels available now.
NORAD volunteers will spend Christmas answering phone calls and emails from children wondering when Santa Claus is comin’ to town.
Graham ministry tells the rest of Louis Zamperini’s story
Rep says Helena Bonham Carter, Tim Burton split
The Kansas Humane Society is trying something new this Christmas.
Severe weather could snag holiday travel with a strong storm system that’s delivering heavy rains in Gulf states.
Police in Altoona, Wisconsin are handing out $100 bills to drivers pulled over for traffic warnings.
In Wichita, the Warren Theatres says it will not be showing the movie because of scheduling. They may show the movie at a later date.
“Frozen” now becomes the eighth AP Entertainer of the Year.
Shoppers at a California Walmart are surprised when a stranger pays $50,000 in bills.