Shelley Duvall hides from Jack Nicholson in 'The Shining.'

MOVIES: 31 days of Halloween

Get into the Halloween spirit by watching one of these scary movies.


DraftKings, FanDuel defend integrity after insider bet

The two major U.S. sports fantasy companies are defending their businesses' integrity after an employee used insider information to place bets in the unregulated multi-billion-dollar industry.


Price hike puts popular U.S. Disneyland annual pass over $1,000

It's going to cost a pretty penny to see the Happiest Place on Earth.

Garth Brooks

Today in entertainment history: Oct. 6

A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.


‘Spectre’ destroyed nearly $34M worth of cars

The price tag for the latest installment in the "James Bond" franchise includes millions in automobiles, including seven specially-created Aston Martins that were wrecked during filming.


Marvel adds another show to its TV takeover

Another Marvel TV show is in the works proving, once again, the franchise is a case study in taking over multiple mediums.


‘MacGyver’ reboot in the works

"Happy Days" star Henry Winkler has teamed up with "Furious 7" director James Wan to create a new version of the hit '80s show.


Sam Smith video for new ‘Bond’ theme ‘Writing’s On The Wall’ released

Grammy Award winner Sam Smith released the video for his theme song for the new James Bond film "Spectre" on Monday, days after the ballad became the first 007 title track to top the British pop charts.


‘The Martian’ lands with $55M debut

"The Martian" blasted off with a massive $55 million this weekend, nearly surpassing another space-based adventure, "Gravity," as the highest-grossing October debut in history.


Today in entertainment history: Oct. 5

Take a walk down Hollywood's memory lane.


REVIEW: Veteran cast can’t save ‘The Martian’

It has all the earmarks of a blockbuster, but still can't shake the feeling of missed opportunity.


WHAT’S ON: New on Netflix, Amazon & Hulu in October

Get your remotes ready for a binge-worthy weekend of new movies and TV shows.


‘The Walk’ puts audiences on edge

"The Walk," out in theaters on Friday, tells the story of the quirky Philippe Petit and a misty August morning in 1974 when he strung cables between the Twin Towers and walked across the gaping void.


‘Serial’ podcast coming to TV

"The LEGO Movie" filmmakers Chris Miller and Phil Lord have signed on to adapt true crime podcast "Serial" for a new TV series.


L.A. prosecutors reviewing evidence against Bill Cosby

Los Angeles prosecutors are reviewing sexual assault evidence against Bill Cosby, a county official said Thursday, pushing forward a case that could result in the first criminal charges against the comedian.


Today in entertainment history: Oct. 2

A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.


(Don’t) gimme a break

Some of us who love watching TV but hate watching commercials have gotten pretty good at using the remote to skip past ads during a show's playback.

Belen Rueda stars in "The Orphanage."

MOVIES: 31 days of Halloween

Get into the Halloween spirit by watching one of these scary movies.


‘Judge Judy’ hands down swift justice

A 2010 clip of "Judge Judy" is suddenly making the rounds again and it is a remarkable case of stupidity ... in just 26 seconds.


Bill Cosby accused of three more sexual assaults as deposition looms

Three more women came forward on Wednesday to accuse veteran comedian Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting them decades ago, charges that come a week before Cosby is scheduled to give a sworn deposition in a separate sexual assault lawsuit.

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Maine CDC Probing 2 E. Coli Cases for Oxford Fair Links


The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating two cases in which Androscoggin County children were hospitalized with symptoms associated with E. coli.

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Fired Letter Carrier Gets Probation for Throwing Out Mail


Federal prosecutors say a former Biddeford letter carrier will spend a year on probation for destroying more than 500 pieces of mail.

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Fairfield Man Dies After SUV Hits Guardrail, Boulder in West Forks


A Maine man is dead after police say the sport utility vehicle he was driving struck a guardrail and a large boulder on U.S. Route 201.

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Lyman Man Used His Late Father’s Badge to Coerce Prostitute


Police say a Maine man accused of impersonating a police officer and demanding woman perform sex acts on him used his dead father's badge, who was once a police chief.

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Gorham High School Ends School Dances Because of Grinding


The principal of a Maine high school says the school will not offer any school dances this academic year with the exception of prom, because administrators believe modern dance culture is too suggestive for them to condone.


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