Arts & Entertainment
The actor talks about working with director Kathryn Bigelow in the film based on the Algiers Motel incident during the chaotic summer of 1967 in Detroit.
Glen Campbell, the grinning, high-pitched entertainer who had such hits as "Rhinestone Cowboy" and spanned country, pop, television and movies, has died. He was 81.
The contracts are worth $256 million and include a 300-percent increase in the residual earnings from streaming platforms.
"I am the original, the real thing," he said in 2014. "My Godzilla was the best."
Directors Sabah Folayan and Damon Davis discuss how they got the Ferguson community to tell their story after the shooting death of Michael Brown.
The "Twilight" star talks about what it was like working with the Safdie brothers and taking on a Queens accent.
Netflix has bought Mark Millar's Millarworld, the comic book publisher behind titles like "Kick-Ass" and "Kingsman." It's the first acquisition in Netflix's history.
The 95-year-old TV producer and writer says he cannot celebrate "at a White House that has no interest in supporting the Arts and Humanities."
It’s music that’s literally out of this world, and it comes from one of the world’s most advanced telescopes.
The singer/songwriter says streaming changed the economics of music for the worse, but the band's success always went up while the music biz was going down.
Kyle Mooney and Dave McCary always dreamed of making a movie. Now their quirky "Brigsby Bear" is a reality — and they hope people show up to see it.
Until Wednesday, the identity of the enigmatic woman known for her billboards and pink Corvette was a secret. “I was born with mystique,” she told KPCC, in her first public response to the revelation of her identity. “And I still have it.”
Check out some of the one-of-a-kind events in L.A. this weekend, from a Mexican cultural parade and an avocado festival to a comedic take on Shakespeare.
She was behind such seminal works as the English-language "The Diary of Anne Frank" and "Mastering the Art of French Cooking." Jones died Wednesday from Alzheimer's complications, according to family.
"For many years I thought, 'Well you know, the script isn't very good but if I work hard enough and do a really good job, I can fix it.'"
Director Amanda Lipitz says, "I believe Freddie Gray's death gave the young women and their families the courage to really be honest and truthful about their lives."