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The Frame's John Horn moderates a Q&A with Jean-Marc Vallée, Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern, Cheryl Strayed, producer Bruna Papandrea and executive producer Bill Pohlad.Add your comments
John Horn talks with the writer and director of the French-Canadian drama that is likely to be a contender for the foreign language Oscar.
Being in a band is not cheap. The sneaker company is helping artists cut the cost with Rubber Tracks — a pop-up studio that lets bands record for free.
Brad Colburn profits from people watching him play online. The growing phenomenon explains why Amazon just bought the streaming service, Twitch, for $970 million.
The movie director talks about how he heard about the rap mogul's shooting, and what he hopes the message of his documentary on Knight's career will be.
It's late pop music legend Michael Jackson's 56th birthday, just over five years since he passed away. Listen to 56 great covers of the King of Pop and share your own.
Helmed by pyrotechnician Eric Elias and score reader Sara Hiner, setting off fireworks to music is a performance in and of itself.
Spanish actor Óscar Jaenada has taken on the role of 'Cantinflas' in a movie of the same name, about the late comedic Mexican actor.
The Grammy-winning singer entered the plea during a brief court hearing on Friday but maintains his innocence.
Forget the Made in America music festival. Our weekend lineup includes an L.A. River Race, free comedy at UCB and selfies with one big duck.
The tiny Rocky Mountain town becomes the center of the movie universe over Labor Day weekend with premieres of prominent titles.
He's the man who co-created classic Marvel Comics characters like Captain America and the Fantastic Four, but his decades-long career also involves Groot, the CIA and more.
The Made in America music festival in downtown Los Angeles is expected to draw at least 50,000 people to Grand Park per day this Labor Day weekend on Aug. 30 and Aug. 31. Here is what to expect for traffic.
R.H. Greene talks with Leonard Maltin and critics about the death of Maltin's indispensable movie guide. The 2015 edition is the last one.
Disney has applied for three patents for unmanned aircraft — yes, drones! — that would be use in the park's entertainment shows.
The nine-note tune made famous in Carl Douglas' 1974 song has served as a stereotype of Asian music since the 19th century.