Arts & Entertainment
The young actress got a huge break with the HBO series — but everyone wants her to keep playing the same kind of character.
Davis' son, Erin, and nephew, Vince Wilburn Jr., open up about preserving the trumpeter's legacy and fielding years of movie pitches before teaming up with Don Cheadle.
There's a writing conference in town, and we've rounded up the best of the free events that come with it. You can also catch a scary movie, beer and tomato-y fun.
Colleges build new sports arenas regularly, but it's a lot less common to see video gaming arenas. UC Irvine is creating one as part of an e-sports program this fall.
The third installment of the regional visual arts showcase will focus on Latino art at venues throughout Southern California.
In "The People vs. O.J. Simpson," actor Courtney B. Vance plays the attorney who turned a murder trial into a national debate on black-white relations.
The biggest impact fans may feel: more Marvel and Star Wars news at D23 Expo, and less of it at Comic-Con. This comes while L.A. tries to get Comic-Con to move north.
Wevr co-founder Anthony Batt talks about why he thinks storytelling is virtual reality’s next frontier and how he hopes his company will become a leader in this new entertainment territory.
It's that time of year again! FYF has announced its lineup for the 2016 season. Headliners include Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala and Grace Jones.
Patty Duke, who won an Oscar as a teen for "The Miracle Worker" and maintained a long and successful career throughout her life, has died at the age of 69.
Strong global ticket sales, particularly in China, helped Warner Bros.’ superhero epic soar at the box office, despite mostly negative reviews.
Muslim extremists have clamped down on most cultural expression, but the band perseveres. Their story is part of the new documentary, "They Will Have To Kill Us First."
The acclaimed Irish actress brings three of Beckett's late plays to the Broad Stage, including the physically demanding, "Not I."
The author—who wrote more than three dozen books, including the novels "Dalva" and "True North" and many collections of poetry — found freedom in the outdoors. He died Saturday in Patagonia, Arizona.
The celebrated graphic novelist spent five years working on his latest book, and though his work has been adapted into films, he knows he'll always be the little guy in the comic book industry.
A heartfelt remembrance of comedian Garry Shandling from "The Larry Sanders Show" writer Maya Forbes and filmmaker Mark Duplass.