Arts & Entertainment
Andrew Jarecki says his HBO documentary series about alleged killer Robert Durst will be less ambiguous than the popular public radio podcast.
Two box office flops over the weekend star Oscar nominees. Does involvement in an epic bomb hurt an actor's chance of winning an award in the same year?
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We caught up with Nicotero while he was on set in Atlanta filming season five to ask him what it takes to be cast a walker on the show.
Sam Smith was the king of the Grammys, taking home three of the top four awards, including song and record of the year for "Stay With Me," and best new artist, while Beck won album of the year.
Wes Anderson's candy-colored comedy "The Grand Budapest Hotel" won the biggest haul of prizes at the British Academy Film Awards on Sunday.
The big budget "Jupiter Ascending" is getting bad reviews and is expected to be a huge flop. Hear the harsh words critics have for the film.
The Grammy is the music industry’s greatest honor, but winners are typically proven commercial successes, while deserving indie artists often get overlooked.
The music website just experimented with an online radio station originating from L.A., which its founder says has "the potential to be the center of music" in the U.S.
Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal has stood down, but employees are still dealing with identity fraud, slow Internet and delayed productions.
The sun is shining. Time for another weekend of fun and almost free things to do.
In this anthology of short films, Argentine writer/director Damián Szifrón says his characters "react to injustice or abuse of power in a way that we all wish we could, but never do."
The former TV host helps re-create a feud between literary figures Mary McCarthy and Lillian Hellman that played out on his talk show.
"Jambalaya is like one of those things: 'My mama makes the best jambalaya that way, my mama's jambalaya is better than your mama's jambalaya.'"
The "Star Trek" star's personal and heartfelt show about Japanese-Americans imprisoned during World War II has found a spot on Broadway, with him in a starring role.
Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal will leave her post as studio head to start her own production company, the studio announced Thursday.