Arts & Entertainment
Lennon stopped by The Frame studio — armed with a bottle of hand sanitizer — to talk about the difference between network and cable TV, his experience as a studio screenwriter and how he shares a lot of Felix Unger's idiosyncrasies.
Mainstream superhero comics have a streak of teenage wish-fulfillment. But a new wave of comics is exploring how complicated it can be when wishes are granted.
"If the movie had been directed by a 60-year-old white male," she also says, "I don't think that people would have been carrying on about it to the level that they were."
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Thomas Kail, respectively the show's creator and director, talk about the creative partnership that's led to the hottest musical of the year.
In a superb field of Best Foreign Language Film nominees, three of five titles hail from countries in the former Soviet Union.
Suddenly, there emerged German painters who became famous even in France and England. One major sect distanced itself from all art since the Renaissance.
The Sundance Institute holds a much-coveted bi-annual workshop for film composers at George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch in Northern California.
Writer/producer Simon Rich talks about adapting his book for a TV series and how he came up with the idea for those absurdist love stories.
The producer's company is synonymous with low-budget genre movies, but now he's co-produced Best Picture nominee "Boyhood" — and he's attending the Academy Awards.
From Friday the 13th into Valentine's Day, thousands of lucky people toured the architectural icon they love, Hollyhock House for free — with hours of lines.
On a hot Sunday, 3,547 Angelenos lined up to get inside an art museum that didn't have any art in it.
A Los Angeles district attorney's spokeswoman on Tuesday said that Jamie Ralph Kuntz pleaded no contest Feb. 9 to one misdemeanor count of stalking David Geffen.
From Wes Anderson to Hans Zimmer and many nominees in between, we've interviewed some of the most dynamic people up for Oscars this year.
"As a filmmaker this is what you dream of when you start making movies," says Tyldum, whose first English-language film was nominated for eight Oscars.
The singer-songwriter died of cancer at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan, according to her partner of 33 years, Lois Sasson.
A documentary shares the good and bad of black history through photography.