The voice of Dora the Explorer,' Fatima Ptacek talks to Cafecito's Feliciano Garcia about the first season of an older, more mature version of the lovable bilingual character.
Late actor and comedian Robin Williams talks about his trips to entertain the troops abroad.
Actress Lauren Bacall, who starred alongside and married actor Humphrey Bogart, has died.
Academy Award-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams has died at 63, his wife confirmed.
The man who police are saying threw a chair on a Woody Allen movie set appears in court in Rhode Island.
Entertainment Weekly s Nina Terrero discusses the week in Hollywood headlines, including the release of James Young biopic Get on Up, and Orlando Bloom s alleged swing at Justin Bieber.
The Pretty Woman actress sits down with TODAY s Matt Lauer to reflect on her long career in Hollywood, saying she feels she has earned the time to take care of her family. Roberts also says that if she had had to start her career in this age of social media and viral scrutiny, she would have backed out.
Kiran Gandhi, drummer for rapper M.I.A. and graduate student at Harvard Business School, in a performance with guitarist Teddy Svoronos at Boston s Heartbeat Collective.
Kathie Lee and Jenna Bush Hager are joined by three movie-fan moms who assess whether Guardians of the Galaxy, Planes: Fire & Rescue and Hercules are appropriate choices for a night out with your family.
The sequel to last year s surprise hit of the summer airs Wednesday night, with more outrageous dialogue plus cameos by TODAY s Matt Lauer and Al Roker.
The film Lucy, starring Scarlett Johansson, came in first at the weekend box office, followed by Hercules, starring Dwayne The Rock Johnson.
Billboard s Joe Levy discusses the week in Hollywood headlines, including Philip Seymour Hoffman s final movie A Most Wanted Man heading to theaters and the swirling rumors that Charlize Theron and Sean Penn are engaged.
2013 saw more people in their 50s purchasing movie tickets than ever before and with When Harry Met Sally director Rob Reiner out with a new movie for baby boomers, there are signs of a new trend in Hollywood.
Warning: Not for kids! 'Fifty Shades' star Dakota Johnson makes a risque reference that stumps TODAY's Natalie Morales.
See the full too-hot-for-morning-TV trailer for Universal Pictures Fifty Shades of Grey.
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