Arts & Entertainment

2015 Eisner Award nominations: The comic book industry's Oscars

Comic books have their own version of the Oscars — the Eisners. Find out what some of the nominees have to say about their work.

Phox members say being the new 'it' band has its own struggles

Phox has been rising in the music world since its debut album came out last year, but the realities for an up-and-coming band can be sobering.

Marvel's 'Daredevil' gets season 2 — and 2 new showrunners

This is the second producer change since the show began, both due to features. Drew Goddard left for a Spider-Man movie and Steven DeKnight for an unannounced project.

LACMA's 50 at 50 celebration brings in art, raises money and questions

Off-Ramp commentator Marc Haefele reports on LACMA's fund- and art-raising as it aims toward a new building.

New music from Squarepusher, Greg Holden and more

Want to find out which new music you should be listening to? We've got you covered, this week on Tuesday Reviewsday, our new music segment.

Revealed: The KPCC producer behind Twitter's @LosAngelesRain

Ladies and gentlemen, the Twitter handle @LosAngelesRain was nominated for a "Shorty" award. It's time to out the clever voice behind L.A.'s most stubborn weather phenomenon.

How movies like 'Batman v Superman' came together for casting directors

Two casting directors explain how they chose the stars for "Man of Steel," "Hairspray," "Wonder Woman," "Cloud Atlas," "Game Change" and more.

LISTEN: Mexican musicians pay tribute to Morrissey and The Smiths with 'Mexrrissey' tour

The tribute by Mexican musicians will tour the British singer's homeland and then land in New York and Los Angeles.

We saw 'Avengers: Age of Ultron': Here are 14 things to watch for

This is your rundown of what to watch out for and the background behind everything in the new movie. We're still saving the biggest reveals for you to discover in theaters.

CinemaCon: MPAA head Chris Dodd targets piracy

Speaking at an annual film industry convention, the CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America introduced a website where consumers can access content legally.

'Projection' at Sunset Pacific motel blurs the line between dream and reality

Silver Lake's old dilapidated Sunset Pacific motel gets whitewashed — palm trees, a billboard and all — for an art installation titled "Projection."

'Captain Marvel': 'Guardians of the Galaxy' co-writer back for more Marvel

The move shows Marvel Studios standing behind Nicole Perlman, who was embroiled in a dispute over credits for the "Guardians" script with director James Gunn.

Theater owner rep John Fithian says they want more diversity

The president of the National Association of Theatre Owners is presiding at a time when theater owners want more women, more minorities and more family films.

Tame Impala wants to hit you with a water bomb in the heart

Tame Impala, brainchild of Australian musician Kevin Parker, just played Coachella. Parker told the Frame how the band is moving from in-your-face to in-your-heart.

Raf Simons' stress-filled road to the runway in 'Dior and I'

When Raf Simons took over as creative director at iconic fashion house Christian Dior, he had just eight weeks to create his first haute couture collection.

Like 'Dynasty' on ice: The Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding Museum

Why would a couple of comedians build a museum in their hallway dedicated to figure skaters in 1994? Because the story of their rivalry, Kerrigan's attack and the media frenzy is just so American.