(SPOILER ALERT) Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead catches up with with what Tara has been up to while Negan's Saviors have wreaked havoc on Alexandria.
We're quickly introduced to a new group of survivors, who are combing a beach for walkers. Cindy, a young woman, is accompanying a little girl, Rachel, who's all too eager to kill. However, when they find Tara washed up on shore, Rachel moves to off her, too, until Cindy dissuades her.
Flashback to Tara on her scouting mission with Heath. He's still haunted by the raid on the satellite farm, at which Rick's crew slaughtered Saviors in…
(NEW YORK) -- Disney's Moana, featuring the voices of Auli'i Cravalho and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, sailed to the top of the extended holiday box office with the second-largest five-day Thanksgiving opening of all-time, earning an estimated $81.1 million. It also notched the third-largest three-day Thanksgiving opening of all-time, with an estimated $55.5 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
Moana placed behind 2013's Frozen and just ahead of 1999's Toy Story 2, giving Disney nine of the top 10 five-day and three-day Thanksgiving weekend openings. Disney is the parent company of ABC News.
Finishing second for the weekend was Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Ron Glass, the actor best-known for his role on the 1970s sitcom Barney Miller and the sci-fi series Firefly, has died at age 71.
In a statement to ABC News, Glass' agent, Jeffrey Leavitt, confirms Glass died Friday night of respiratory failure.
"Ron was a private, gentle and caring man. He was an absolute delight to watch on screen," said Leavitt. "Words cannot adequately express my sorrow."
Born in Indiana, Glass appeared in supporting roles in a number of 1970s TV series before landing his breakout role as the dapper, erudite police Det. Ron Harris on Barney…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Florence Henderson, the actress best known for her iconic role as Carol Brady on The Brady Bunch, has died. She was 82. According to her manager, she died in L.A., surrounded by friends and family.
Henderson, a singer and actress, appeared in Broadway plays and musicals, but later moved to TV. In 1962, she was the first woman to guest host The Tonight Show. She also appeared on NBC's Today show, doing weather and some news.
In 1969, she landed the role that made her a TV icon: Carol Brady, "the lovely lady" with three daughters who…
(NEW YORK) -- There's a Thanksgiving movie for everyone. Whether you like comedies or tear-jerkers, these movies will provide a welcome respite from all the cooking, eating or football-watching this holiday:
Planes, Trains & Automobiles
In this 1987 John Hughes film Steve Martin plays an executive eager to get home to Chicago in time for Thanksgiving. When his plane is diverted to Wichita, he joins forces with clumsy salesman John Candy for a three-day journey to the Windy City.
Pieces of April
In this 2003 indie film, Katie Holmes stars as April, a young woman living in New York City…
(NEW YORK) -- Paramount Pictures has just unveiled the first trailer to its upcoming Martin Scorcese film Silence.
Set in the 17-century, and based on Shusaku Endo's 1966 acclaimed novel, the film has Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver playing Portuguese Catholic priests who travel to feudal Japan to find their missing mentor (Liam Neeson), at a time when practicing the faith was punishable by death.
The snippet gives a peek at what the missionaries face; in addition to the perilous journey to the then-mysterious country, the film's portrayal of torture at the hands of the emperor's forces, through the lens of cinematic legend Scorsese, is stunning.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Amid her battle with cancer, Shannen Doherty is still working on a project that brings back a flash from her past.
"Sneak peek from the #Heathers set..... jealous much?" she posted to Instagram on Tuesday.
The tease comes from the remake of her classic 1980s movie Heathers, which also starred Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. Doherty played the ominous Heather Duke in the cult classic.
In the snap, Doherty shows off herself wearing a brown wig tied off with a red scrunchy, the latter being the rank insignia of sorts of the head of the "Heathers," a group of…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Mariah Carey is moving on after her rumored split from fiancé James Packer.
Appearing on an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show airing Wednesday, the Grammy Award winner, 46, spoke about Packer for the first time since reports surfaced of their broken engagement.Noting Carey's "highly publicized relationship" with the Australian business mogul, DeGeneres said, "You were engaged and you were trying on wedding dresses in the docu-series. We see the behind the scenes of that, which is pretty personal. And now, you're not together anymore.""Now it's a whole friggin' thing," said Carey, whose docu-series "Mariah's World" premieres on…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Based on the advanced ticket sales for the U.K., industry insiders note to Deadline that the December 16 opening for Rogue One: A Star Wars story is tracking anywhere from $100 to $140 million bucks Stateside.
While a ticket sale date for the U.S. has yet to be announced, its thought that based on how quickly the tickets are selling in the U.K., where the film opens a day earlier than it does in the U.S., it's thought the movie will place second for a December opening only to another Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens.
That film, the seventh in…
(LOS ANGELES) -- On Tuesday’s episode of The Voice, the 11 artists who performed Monday learned that Darby Walker, from Miley Cyrus’ team, was sent home.
Darby was eliminated on a one-hour results show. She lost an "Instant Save" vote to fellow Team Miley member Aaron Gibson.
Prior to the vote, Darby and Aaron sang for an opportunity to be saved by the viewers. Darby performed “Your Song,” by Elton John, and Aaron covered “Budapest,” by George Ezra.
There are now 10 artists remaining in the competition, including those on Teams Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys and Adam Levine.
During the results show, Blake and Alicia each joined their respective teams…
(LOS ANGELES) -- The FBI has concluded its investigation into a September incident involving Brad Pitt and one of his children, ABC News has confirmed.
According to a statement released by the bureau, "the FBI has conducted a review of the circumstances and will not pursue further investigation."
There were no charges filed, the statement said.
A rep for Pitt did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment.
Two months ago, a source told ABC News that Pitt, 52, had been accused of child abuse after he argued with one of his children while aboard a flight from France to…