Arts & Entertainment
The three California men who thwarted a terror attack on a French train in 2015 will play themselves in a Clint Eastwood-directed film about their heroics.
The undefeated boxer and the Irish UFC champion have thrown their first jabs in a summer of verbal sparring before the fighting spectacle of the year.
Matthew Heineman's documentary follows a group of Syrians who have been documenting the battle for the city of Raqqa.
The thrill of the annual showcase is that it's a chance to see the very first staging of a new work that could be a Broadway hit.
A longtime Muppets veteran, Matt Vogel, will be taking over Kermit's voice for puppeteer Steve Whitmire. Whitmire has voiced the frog since 1990.
In her feature debut, writer-director Kirsten Tan presents a road trip movie about an elephant named Pop Aye and his childhood friend.
Series co-creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch discovered a documentary about women's wrestling in the '80s and that was the spark for "GLOW."
Oscar-winning filmmaker Errol Morris explores the life and art of his friend photographer Elsa Dorfman in the documentary, "The B-Side."
Edgar Wright built "Baby Driver" around an extensive playlist of pop, rock and R&B music. The fear was that another film might use the songs he wanted.
"AirTalk" host Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell and Lael Loewenstein review this week's most memorable releases.
Candy Crush addicts, and you know who you are, put down your mobile device immediately. Then you can watch "Candy Crush," the TV game show.
The wife of Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee died Thursday at age 93. The couple had been married 69 years.
David Lowery's big-budget remake of "Pete's Dragon" featured a CGI dragon. But with "A Ghost Story," he used a white sheet to create his phantom.
The long holiday is over, but the party hasn't stopped. From Jazz at LACMA, to salsa dancing (and salsa eating) downtown, to the Outfest movie festival, pick your favorite way to move or be moved.
The executive editor for the platform, Kathleen Lingo, says the project allows audiences to absorb news in a different way.
Located in North Hollywood, this gym aims to speak to fans of all walks of pop culture to show them the value of being a nerd and being fit.