Arts & Entertainment
The young filmmaker survived "the worst pitch of all time" to persuade one of his heroes to come onboard for the animated family film about the Day of the Dead.
From "The Hulk" to "Bored To Death," several cast members from "Birdman" have played characters related to the wacky world of superheroes and science fiction.
The film "Rudderless" focuses on Sam, played by Billy Crudup, a father whose life falls apart when he loses his son to gun violence. After discovering of a box of his son's demo tapes and lyrics, he's set off in a whole new direction.
Norman Lear — who wrote, produced and created shows like "All in the Family," "Sanford and Sons," "The Jeffersons" — says he feels he got America to talk to each other.
"Gertie the Dinosaur" was arguably Winsor McCay's greatest achievement, and a watershed in the history of animation. Nobody bettered it for 20 years.
It finally feels like fall in L.A. In our time off, we're chilling with zombies, seeing a live Quantic show and eating too many carbs.
Police in the Seattle suburb of Auburn said Thursday that they believe they have found the body of missing actress Misty Upham.
The playwright and performer's latest work, "Forever," details a troubling relationship with her mother and how creativity gave her a family.
The stage production tells the stories of undocumented youth in their own words in a collaboration with musicians including Shawn King of DeVotchka and singer Ceci Bastida.
Hrishikesh Hirway is the creator of the podcast "Song Exploder," in which artists take apart their own songs. Dave Hill of the band Valley Lodge explains how "Go" made its way to HBO.
Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, George Harrison — none of them would sound quite like they do without Del Casher, who lives in Burbank.
Los Angeles's Petersen Automotive Museum will be closing its doors Sunday for a renovation project that will extend almost through the end of 2015.
"La Bamba" and "Lone Star" actress Elizabeth Peña died Tuesday in Los Angeles of natural causes after a brief illness.
It's a big week for Harris. His kids had their fourth birthday, his autobiography hit stores — and now, he's hosting the Oscars. He made the announcement in a video on Twitter.
Chris Greenspon talks with members of The Flesh Eaters about their 1981 album - one of the most eclectic ever - "A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die"
The organization announced its 2015 nominees Wednesday. Winners will be inducted next June at a New York gala.