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The jury ruled in favor of Marvin Gaye's children, who sued Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams for violating the copyright of Gaye’s 1977 song, “Got to Give it Up."
A jury awarded Marvin Gaye's children nearly $7.4 million Tuesday after determining singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams copied their father's music to create "Blurred Lines."
Off-Ramp contributor RH Greene says James Franco's USC film school course is a model of collaborative filmmaking that Hollywood should emulate.
Ford advised air traffic controllers that his plane's engine had failed shortly before crash landing it on a Santa Monica golf course last week.
"American Sniper" has become the top grossing movie released in 2014. The director talks about its success and why he thinks the film resonates with audiences.
The actress made the "The Queen of Code" to examine the unlikely journey of a trailblazing woman in the field of computer science.
Sam Simon, co-creator of the long-running animated television series "The Simpsons," died on Sunday, according to the Associated Press. He was 59.
Honey's delicious with yogurt. It's great on a pavlova. But it also does a wonderful job of making models look like they're encased in amber. Check out our slideshow.
The streaming service plans to release Beasts Of No Nation, starring Idris Elba, in theaters and online at the same time. But at least four major movie theater chains won't be showing it.
The former coach of the San Francisco 49ers appeared in full uniform Saturday for the A's. He was expected to coach first base for an inning or two against the L.A. Angels.
The so-called "Dean of Rock Critics" talks about the first time he knew he wanted to write about music, and why pop music is still important.
The illustrator talks about leaving her coveted job at Disney to pursue her dream of being a children's book author.
Twelve radio stations in the Southwest still run Laboe's show, including one in the Inland Empire. But you can't hear him in L.A. proper, at least for now.
The writer was an unlikely choice to take over DC's best-selling comic, but his tenure in indie comics and his approach to the character have left people clamoring for more.
The Beverly Hills native used his knowledge from growing up among celebrities to create the dark story of director David Cronenberg's latest movie.