Arts & Entertainment
Jodie Foster is up for a pair of awards for directing comedy and drama on television.
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Wil Wheaton is Orson Welles in a one-night-only performance of "War of the Worlds," alongside many other Star Trek alumni.
The son celebrates his famous father through music, voice and stories in a production at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica.
Robert Kinoshita, the Los Angeles native who designed the iconic robots from "Lost in Space" and "Forbidden Planet," has died. He was 100.
Poet and songwriter IN-Q talks about his career, what inspires his art and how his love of poetry and hip-hop are equal.
The ceremony celebrating the "sciences" part of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science won't be televised, but some portions will be included in the Oscars telecast on Feb. 22.
The awards are a formidable predictor of the eventual Oscar recipient, whose nominations will be announced Thursday.
Hollywood’s annual tradition of backslapping — more commonly known as award season — is underway, leaving a lot of people on the outside looking in.
The veteran stage and screen actor reflects on the intimate production of his new indie film, "Match," and why he had to leave Hollywood to shed himself of Jean-Luc Picard.
Studies suggest we get original ideas when we stop the constant stimulation and let ourselves get bored. But in the age of the smartphone, spacing out is a skill.
Even if your avatar for games and social media doesn't look at all like you, it still says a lot about your personality, a study finds.
The show, which portrays a 70-year-old coming out as transgender, won two Golden Globes — the first wins for original programming by Amazon.
Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making "Boyhood" was right on time at the Golden Globes, winning the night's top honor, best drama, as well as best director.
Streaming services like Netflix and the DISH Network's new Sling TV are helping consumers break free of cable subscriptions. That means TV shows must find new ways to connect with their viewers.
Actor Taylor Negron, a fixture in L.A.'s comedy scene whose acting career spanned film, television, radio and online performances, has died at 57.