Arts & Entertainment
The film was plagued by Internet trolls complaining about its all-female lead cast, but writer Katie Dippold tried not to let the noise get to her.
The studio has settled a class action suit that alleged the studio was getting free labor for work usually done by paid employees.
Amanda Mofield got an Emmy nomination for her work as a hairstylist on the Comedy Central series. She and her team sometimes had to design dozens of looks for a single sketch.
"The Americans," "Mr. Robot" and "Getting On" have all received major Emmy nominations — but not a lot of buzz.
After you've seen "The Maltese Falcon," "DOA," "Out of the Past," "Detour," "The Setup," and "The Red House," here are four films noir you MUST see.
James urged his fellow pros to educate themselves and renounce violence while using their resources and time to help strengthen and rebuild their communities.
"Game of Thrones" gets the chance to win its second top Emmy, while "Veep," last year's top comedy winner, also will get another shot at holding office. See the complete list of nominations.
There’s one agency embracing the craze full-on. L.A. Metro launched a new Twitter account, @PokemonGoMetro, dedicated to the best ways to find Pokémon using public transit.
The creative director of the gaming developer Naughty Dog takes us inside his creative process for games like "The Last of Us" and "Uncharted 4."
When playing characters with dual identities, Bryan Cranston says it's not about lying — it's about going all in and believing it yourself.
"It gave me a stage to be of service to community that was rejected and neglected in so many ways," says founder Jewel Thais-Williams
The closing night film at the LGBT film festival is the debut from writer-director Chris Kelly. It stars Molly Shannon as a terminally-ill woman in a story that was inspired by Kelly's real mother.
Nintendo's franchise has been revived with a smart phone-based app that uses Google Maps to give users a gaming experience that gets them out of the house.
The franchise that stormed into pop culture in the 1990s has been re-energized as a mobile app that allows players to find Pikachu and others in the real world.
Brad Furman talks about the challenges of directing “The Infiltrator,” which was adapted into a screenplay by his mother, Ellen Brown Furman.
Jay-Z and Miguel have each released protest songs in recent days, and Nas and Usher have revived and older but relevant track of theirs. Culture critic Lorraine Ali is surprised there hasn't been more.