Arts & Entertainment

At this barbershop, it's almost like the Rams never left LA

"People come in and ask me if they have to be a Ram fan to get a haircut," said Martinez. "No, but you do get a better haircut if you're a Ram fan."

Will El Chapo's texts about Sean Penn be dramatized in a future biopic?

No doubt whoever writes the script will include his now famous secret meeting with actor/director Sean Penn.

'Youth' composer David Lang was tasked to make people cry with his score

"Youth" is the first film score for the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, and it's garnered him an Oscar nomination for best original song.

Coroner: Rene Angelil, husband of Celine Dion, dies

Authorities say Rene Angelil, the husband and manager of Celine Dion, has died in Las Vegas. He was 73 and had battled throat cancer.

Elton John plays musical tribute to David Bowie in concert

About halfway through John's performance at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles Wednesday night, he shared a story about Bowie, who died earlier this week. Then he launched into covers of "Space Oddity" and "Rocket Man."

Oscars 2016: Predicting the winners

Who will take home the coveted Oscars for best picture, director, actor and actress and supporting actor and actress at the 2016 Academy Awards?

How to make a desert car chase look good: 'Mad Max' cinematographer

Cinematographer John Seale initially had no script to work from: just 3,500 story board drawings plastered around a conference room like a comic book.

Alicia Vikander planned on law school before acting took off

The native of Sweden appeared in six films in 2015 and one of them, "The Danish Girl," has landed her an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress.

#OSCARS2016: Where are the women?

It's #OscarsSoWhite all over again this year, with the acting nominations having no people of color. And in a year where the issue of women directors was top of mind, there are no women directors nominated. So where are the women? The Frame combed through the nominations to find them.

Alan Rickman, star of stage and 'Harry Potter' dies at 69

Film roles included "Truly, Madly, Deeply," ''Love Actually" and the Harry Potter films, in which he played the ambiguous Dark Arts teacher Severus Snape.

Academy Awards: 'Revenant' leads, #OscarsSoWhite again

For the second consecutive year, not a single person of color was nominated in any of the 20 slots for the top performances from 2015 — best or supporting actor and actress. See the full list.

'Transparent' actress Judith Light 'had concerns' about portraying mature sexuality on TV

Created by Jill Soloway, the Emmy-winning Amazon series has furthered the cultural conversation about gay and transgender people, a cause that Light has been passionate about for decades.

When David Bowie did a voice for 'SpongeBob SquarePants'

"SpongeBob SquarePants" producer and director Paul Tibbitt remembers going into the studio with David Bowie to voice a character on the show.

Fans gather in Inglewood to celebrate Rams' return

News of the Rams' return brought dozens of fans to the parking lot of the Hollywood Park Casino Tuesday night, where revelers were decked out in blue and gold Rams jerseys and T-shirts that read “Bring Back the Los Angeles Rams.”

'Mad Max' dir. George Miller hints at two sequels 'If the planets align'

Miller, who's been nominated for a Directors Guild Award, says you really don’t know what you have until fans start weighing in.

The best David Bowie covers by Warpaint, TV On The Radio, Seu Jorge and more

In order of appearance, here are all the Bowie covers we used for today's tribute.