Arts & Entertainment
MTV's chief film critic argues that Spike Lee's latest was the best film of the year, though you won't see it at the Academy Awards this year.
The singer-songwriter talks about the inspiration behind the tracks "More Rain," "Slow Driving Man" and "Girl From Conejo Valley."
Don't be confused. Those gift bags filled with vibrators, vapes and a "vampire breast lift" have no connection to the Oscars. The Academy is suing the marketing company behind the "unwholesome" campaign.
Javerbaum worked on "The Daily Show" for 11 years and was the voice behind Twitter's @TheTweetOfGod, which has over 2 million followers. After more than five years, he's quitting.
Gero spent a year studying Scalia for "The Originalist," a play by John Strand that was produced last year at Arena Stage in Washington D.C.
The producer breaks down his smash hit, which features a vocal by Bruno Mars and contributions from Jeff Bhasker, who was named Producer of the Year.
The SoCal rock band performed Tuesday at a highly charged Paris concert filled with fans who survived a terrifying massacre and siege at their last Paris show.
Director Deniz Gamze Ergüven shot "Mustang" in her homeland of Turkey. But she's also lived in France, which is why her film became that country's Academy Award entry.
Misty Copeland talks body image, ballet, and blackness in the new PBS documentary "A Ballerina's Tale."
The 58th annual awards brought forth a lot of winners, but no sweeps. Watch some highlight clips and see the complete list of winners here.
Kendrick Lamar walked away from the Grammys pre-telecast with four awards, while Alabama Shakes, Taylor Swift and the Weeknd won two awards each.
The Los Angeles Dodgers head to spring training in Arizona this week with a rookie manager, the usual high expectations and plenty of questions after another early playoff exit.
U.K. film industry showers Valentine's Day love on Alejandro G. Inarritu's endurance epic, awarding it five prizes at the British Academy Film Awards.
The R-rated Fox film, starring Ryan Reynolds as a foul-mouthed superhero, took in an eye-popping $135 million from its first three days in U.S. theaters, according to comScore estimates.
Oscar contenders "Spotlight" and "The Big Short" won the top awards for screenwriting from the Writers Guild of America at a ceremony Saturday that was held in Los Angeles and New York.
The actor is grateful for his supporting actor nod, but laments that his co-star, Michael B. Jordan, and director, Ryan Coogler, were not recognized.