Arts & Entertainment
The company behind "The Hunger Games" says it can use the cable company to air its library of movies and TV shows.
This year's list of invitees is the biggest and most diverse ever. Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs wants to double the amount of women and non-white members by 2020.
A few years ago we lost an iconic artist who paved the way for Chicano art in Los Angeles. Today Richard Duardo is remembered in a new exhibit honoring his work.
July 1 is a big day for the musician and singer. "Young In All The Wrong Ways" is released and she performs on Keillor’s final “Prairie Home Companion” show.
What else do you get the person who's finally ready to live their best life pretending to be Malibu Barbie? Angelyne will even sign the car for you.
The Broadway Dreams workshop provides intensive one-week training for aspiring performers. Teachers include pros such as Taye Diggs.
In his comic book “Dark Night: A True Batman Story,” Dini writes about his childhood, being beaten by a bully, being mugged as an adult and his road to recover his self-esteem.
For ideas on increasing diversity in arts, the L.A. County Arts Commission held a series of 12 town halls in neighborhoods all across the county.
Between Aug. 5-21, NBC will be all Olympics, all the time. Even "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" will be replaced with programming from Brazil.
Conservators restored the Starship Enterprise model from the original "Star Trek" series, and it goes on display at the Smithsonian this week.
The filmmaker approached making the movie the way a graduate student might take on a dissertation — through years and years of research and studying.
Lampooning movies — new and old — is a way of life for everyone who graduated from “Mystery Science Theater 3000." They've spawned offspring, and now planned a reunion and a revival.
A second lawsuit that alleged Cinemark did not do enough to prevent the 2012 massacre at a cineplex in Aurora has failed. What does this mean for theater security?
Filmmaker George Lucas wants to open his own museum, but seems the force is not in Chicago.
A politically charged BET Awards delivered an exciting night of tributes for Prince and Muhammad Ali between calls for action over gun violence, civil rights and presidential politics.
For many viewers, it's less about the competition and more about the performances, especially the star-studded Prince tribute.