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The post-apocalyptic film stars Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood, but its small, intimate scope and two female leads made it difficult to find financial backing.
During preparation for a Hollywood Bowl production, principals from the iconic Broadway musical reveal the show's humble roots.
Creator Genndy Tartakovsky tells us how he's never been able to escape the character, but he's excited to bring Jack back for a grand finale.
Every Thursday night in August, the museum will host Sizzling Summer Nights, where guests can enjoy some of L.A.'s best salsa and Latin music
Eat food. Go to festivals. Celebrate Halloween in July. We've got the details you need to get out of your house this weekend.
In 'Charcoal Joe,' Walter Mosley brings his iconic private eye Easy Rawlins into the haze of the late 60s, extending a literary odyssey through the transformation of black Los Angeles.
One of L.A.'s most popular hiking spots will reopen after a four-month closure for a pipe replacement project. Visitors may notice some other sparkling new features, too.
The tall, bald half of Key & Peele channels his improv roots in the film "Don't Think Twice," the story of an actor trying to make it on the national stage.
Mofongos, the bright orange restaurant on Lankershim Boulevard in North Hollywood, takes the glory of being the only Puerto Rican restaurant in the L.A. area.
25 years ago, a two-week musical theater program was launched to help at-risk youth. It changed this man's life.
Tobias Hess, 16, knows he's not what you might expect for a rapper. That used to keep him from sharing his music, but not anymore.
Rock The Vote has been motivating young voters since 1990 — with a little help from rappers, movie stars and... YouTube. How does the group stay relevant in 2016?
In advance of the tour for "Dig in Deep," Bonnie Raitt reflects on her development as a musician, the influence of B.B. King, and her passion for social activism.
In November, Marvel will expand its Black Panther property with a new series, co-written by Roxane Gay. She tells Take Two how and why she made the jump to comics
The filmmaker explains that it was Matt Damon who convinced him to give the Bourne character another go, nearly 10 years after the previous movie in the franchise.