Arts & Entertainment
A low-res, subtitled version of the "Batman v Superman" trailer was leaked, so Warner Bros. responded by releasing its official teaser a few days early.
Composer Patrick Morganelli talks about the difficulty of adapting the film for the stage and why he rewrote part of the score specifically for the L.A. performance.
Starting this Sunday, Verizon will offer a stripped down, or “skinny” version of its TV packages, called FiOS Custom TV.
The Spanish-language program created by its Chilean-born host, Don Francisco, has been Univision's most popular show. View some of the show's best clips here.
Kyle Kinane has had a wild life, which has served as grist for his widely acclaimed comedy. His new album is titled, "I Liked His Old Stuff Better."
From Hollywood to South Gate and Long Beach, here are some stores to visit, live bands to watch, and music to pick up for #RSD 2015.
Dominic Cooper has appeared in both the Marvel movies and on "Agent Carter" as Howard Stark, but now he's got a new role for the competition at DC.
Writer Litty Mathew's debut novel tells the story of Rupen Najarian, an aging musician who was his family’s sole survivor of the Armenian genocide in 1915.
He had the surgery a day earlier at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to a hospital statement.
Last year, Coachella generated more revenue than any other event on the music festival circuit. But can it continue to dominate the outdoor music scene?
Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, the husband-wife songwriting team of "Frozen," were just honored by the L.A. Children's Chorus — and interviewed by a 9-year-old fan.
The recent killings of unarmed black men by police have inspired a Brooklyn theater company to stage new readings of dramas written in the early 1900s about the lynching of African-Americans.
We hope you like to jam because this weekend is all about the music — and you don't even need to travel to Coachella Valley.
Paul Feig's worked as a writer, producer and director on shows such as "Freaks and Geeks," and "The Office," but his new show "Other Space" offered other challenges.
Mark Ronson breaks down his smash hit album "Uptown Funk" and how he got author Michael Chabon and Stevie Wonder to contribute, as well as dissing Tidal's "attitude."
The Peabodys are considered the Pulitzer Prize for broadcasters. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans was on this year's jury and he told The Frame about the selection process.