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13 Movie and TV Show Versions of ‘A Christmas Carol’

The Charles Dickens classic has inspired multiple movie adaptations and holiday TV episodes featuring similar tales.

Hollywood Holidays: The Survival Kits Steven Spielberg and Ari Emanuel Are Gifting

Meet the L.A. entrepreneurs behind one of Hollywood's favorite gifts for 2017.

James Corden Releases Star-Studded Holiday “Carpool Karaoke”

Harry Styles, Pink, Fifth Harmony, Kelly Clarkson and Bruno Mars are among the sing-along participants in the festive video.

Laura Benanti’s Melania Returns to ‘Late Show,’ Teases Ivana

The faux-FLOTUS also jokingly revealed her plan to escape The White House.

Celebrity Chef Ayesha Curry Dishes on Her Favorite Thanksgiving Leftovers Recipe

Leave it to the TV personality and cookbook author to dish on how to cook up your leftover turkey.

Olivia Culpo Shares Her Holiday Hosting Tips

Find out what drink she's bringing to every soiree this season.

Dave Grohl Dresses as David Letterman for Halloween ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

The Foo Fighters frontman, filling in for Kimmel, also urged parents to post videos of them continuing the show's annual Halloween candy prank.

Talk Shows Celebrate Halloween: Megyn Kelly Joins ‘Today’ Hosts as Wonder Woman Makes Multiple Appearances

'GMA,' 'Today' and 'Live With Kelly and Ryan' all got in the holiday spirit on Tuesday.

Wendy Williams Faints on Halloween Show

The talk-show host quickly returned and explained that she'd overheated in her Statue of Liberty costume.

‘Hocus Pocus’ Stars: Where Are They Now?

Take a look back at what the actors who played the Sanderson sisters and other characters have been up to since the beloved film was released.

Hugh Jackman Teases He May Be Wolverine for Halloween

Jokes aside, the multi-talented actor has hung up his claws for good, giving what many critics called his finest performance as the beloved character in 'Logan'.

Stephen Colbert Creates Fake Ad for Trump Halloween Merchandise

The 'Late Show' host was inspired by Trump's "Make America Great Again" pumpkin hat to joke that one could buy other spooky items associated with the administration.