Arts & Entertainment

'Friends from College's' creators explain why the show may be 'an acquired taste'

The characters in the Netflix series are snobs who behave badly. The show's co-creators hope they're relatable enough to make up for it.

Paying respect to zombie maestro George Romero

Matt Birman, who was a second unit director on Romero's last three films and was working on the upcoming "Road of the Dead," remembers the late zombie film pioneer.

Oscar-winning actor Martin Landau dies at 89

Martin Landau, the Oscar-winning actor and star of the "Mission: Impossible" TV series, has died, his publicist said.

​George A. Romero, father of the zombie film, is dead at 77

His classic "Night of the Living Dead" and other horror films turned zombie movies into social commentaries.

​Disney Parks name Star Wars lands Galaxy's Edge

Disney's theme park is set in a place where both beloved characters from the franchise could mix with new, unknown members of the galaxy.

​Disney fans get look at 'Incredibles 2,' 'Wreck-It Ralph 2'

Disney gave fans previews of the studio's latest animation projects. It include plans for "Toy Story 4," "Frozen 2," "The Incredibles 2" and other projects.

Can you make a responsible film about anorexia? Marti Noxon says she had to try

As a woman who'd suffered with eating disorders, and made it through to the other side, Marti Noxon knew her film "To The Bone" would resonate with thousands of other survivors.

Inside the century-old Ford Theatre's $72 million renovation

One of L.A. County's oldest venues just got a facelift. Take Two's A Martinez got a peek behind the scenes.

​Fired voice of Kermit the Frog says he's 'devastated'

Steve Whitmire has been with the Muppets since 1978, and took over as Kermit after Henson died in 1990. He wrote an emotional blog post in response to his firing a day after it was made public.

2017 Emmys: How do 'House of Cards' and 'Modern Family' keep getting nominated?

To help us sift through the nominees (and the snubs) we're joined by Daniel Fienberg, TV Critic for The Hollywood Reporter, and Whitney Friedlander, a freelance TV reporter.

'The Cake': What happens when we deeply disagree with loved ones

Bekah Brunstetter's play is about a conservative Christian baker who is asked to make a cake for a lesbian wedding — and one of the women is an old friend.

Fests, fun and more: 7 things to do this weekend in SoCal

From a star-studded comedy marathon to a silent dance party, try something you've never done before to celebrate living in L.A. in the heart of summer.

The 69th Emmy Awards: Full list of nominees

Absent from the field of eligible shows is "Game of Thrones," which dominated last year's awards, winning 12 trophies out of 23 nominations. Among the possible contenders are "Stranger Things" from Netflix and NBC's "This is Us."

Olivia Wilde and Tom Sturridge on their stage roles in visceral '1984'

The co-stars of the current Broadway adaptation of George Orwell's dystopian story understand why audiences are having a tough time sitting through the show.

Florence Pugh is the modern, dangerous 'Lady Macbeth'

The actress' character isn't the typical woman in a period film. She's complicated and determined to get what — and who — she wants.

Calexit comic book accidentally became extra topical

The new comic book "Calexit" has a definite point of view, taking readers into a dystopian story that draws upon elements of the real world. See art from the book and read an interview with the writer.