Arts & Entertainment
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.
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.
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."
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.
The actress' character isn't the typical woman in a period film. She's complicated and determined to get what — and who — she wants.
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.
The three California men who thwarted a terror attack on a French train in 2015 will play themselves in a Clint Eastwood-directed film about their heroics.
The undefeated boxer and the Irish UFC champion have thrown their first jabs in a summer of verbal sparring before the fighting spectacle of the year.
Matthew Heineman's documentary follows a group of Syrians who have been documenting the battle for the city of Raqqa.
The thrill of the annual showcase is that it's a chance to see the very first staging of a new work that could be a Broadway hit.
A longtime Muppets veteran, Matt Vogel, will be taking over Kermit's voice for puppeteer Steve Whitmire. Whitmire has voiced the frog since 1990.
In her feature debut, writer-director Kirsten Tan presents a road trip movie about an elephant named Pop Aye and his childhood friend.
Series co-creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch discovered a documentary about women's wrestling in the '80s and that was the spark for "GLOW."
Oscar-winning filmmaker Errol Morris explores the life and art of his friend photographer Elsa Dorfman in the documentary, "The B-Side."
Edgar Wright built "Baby Driver" around an extensive playlist of pop, rock and R&B music. The fear was that another film might use the songs he wanted.
"AirTalk" host Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell and Lael Lowenstein review this week's most memorable releases.