Arts & Entertainment
The show will premiere just a week after President Trump’s executive order that temporarily bans travel from seven Muslim-majority countries.
The Canadian composer discusses the bizarre assortment of instruments he used to create an effective but strange score for the sci-fi film.
The writer, producer, director and co-star of the film insisted on hiring an all-woman crew for her movie about a couple with marriage problems.
Super Bowl LI takes place Sunday between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. But for many people, the food is as big a deal as the game. What's your favorite Super Bowl snack?
Nelson wrote many great songs but "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," a breakout hit for the singer, was written by Fred Rose back in 1947, and was first performed by Roy Acuff. It was allegedly the last song Elvis ever sang.
It's the shortest month of the year and that means less time to fill your weekends, so make sure to make it count by gorging at a chocolate festival or catching the big game: the Otter Bowl, of course.
Drew Barrymore and (especially) Timothy Olyphant deliver full-blooded performances as a married pair of realtors struggling to make ends meat.
Johnson, one of the most beloved players in franchise history, will assist Buss "in all areas of basketball and business," according to the team's news release.
The licensing fees for songs can range from the mid six-figures for a older classic to seven-figures for a new hit. Musicians can count on a bump in sales and streaming.
For his Oscar-nominated documentary, “I Am Not Your Negro,” filmmaker Raoul Peck used only the writer's words — either read by Samuel L. Jackson or taken from archival recordings of Baldwin himself.
If you don't know who is playing at the big game Sunday, this one is for you. Here is a list of 5 non-Super Bowl events happening on Super Bowl Sunday.
A new report from USC Annenberg's Media, Diversity, and Social Change Initiative finds a startling lack of opportunity for women, and especially for women of color.
For the actor and comedian, adding a political point of view to his TV sketch show, “Billy on the Street,” was the natural thing to do.
"Where does he get those wonderful toys?" NBC's new sitcom, set among the lab techs who unwittingly act as Batman's R & D team, supplies a familiar — but clever — answer.
I risked a bunch of my own money to put together a show about the potential for all of us in Hollywood to reach for our highest aspirations and had to go 8,000 miles away to get anybody to even consider it. Being an artist at the heart of the entertainment industry can be funny. Just not funny ha-ha.
Author, scholar and producer Reza Aslan says the "timing has never been better" for Hollywood to develop stories about Muslims and Middle Easterners for film and TV.