Arts & Entertainment
With South Africa increasingly attracting all manner of film and TV production, local actors find it hard to get work that pays well or allows them to play South Africans.
The play revolves around an advertising copywriter who’s afraid a commercial that he wrote led to a fatal encounter between two black teens over a pair of sneakers.
The streaming service will have the exclusive rights to stream Marvel, Pixar, Lucasfilm and Walt Disney Animation Studios titles released in 2016 and onward.
"Master of None" co-creators Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang aren't thrilled with Hollywood's tendency to cast straight, white male leading roles.
The critically acclaimed band's latest record reinterprets the songs from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. But when he isn’t touring, writing or recording, frontman Jamie Stewart grabs binoculars and goes birdwatching.
With summer season, the tendency is toward bigger, louder movies that creep earlier and earlier. How do we navigate the daunting list of sequels, blockbusters and quirky comedies?
Slather on some SPF and soak up the fun during a three-day weekend filled with taffy, scenic hikes, killer crafts, festivals, outdoor screenings and more.
Ellis Ludwig-Leone is the composer behind the New York band and he brings his classical music training into arranging indie rock music.
The actress discusses how her role in "Love & Friendship" reveals the bravery of Jane Austen and the plight of women from a certain age.
Gabriel, Martha and Claudia González performed together as kids in the '70s, but their individual musical careers have precluded a full-blown reunion. Until now.
Will Toledo released around a dozen albums before being signed to a record label and he's only 23. Now shifting into the spotlight, he tries to keep his real life personal.
With about 100 million users, Spotify is the streaming music leader. While revenue is growing, so are the Swedish company's losses. Meanwhile, Apple and Tidal are looming.
Mix and match to build a DYI Time Travel Film Festival of your own. And remember, if you go back in time, don’t change anything!
The Academy Award-winning director explains why the adaptation of John le Carré's novel needed to be a miniseries instead of a feature film.
The writer-director's sequel moves the action to a sorority. Beyond the R-rated hijinks, Stoller says he's interested in the real emotion at the core of the story.
Asian-American actors still struggle with decades-old stereotypes, but new media is helping them fight back.