Film / Television
The conglomerate is launching new networks targeted at diverse audiences and run by Sean "Diddy" Combs, Magic Johnson and Robert Rodriguez.
Disney's "Thor: The Dark World," earning $86.1 million, dominated the weekend box office as it opened domestically at No. 1, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Fans of "Downton Abbey," rejoice! There will be another season yet of period romance and upstairs-downstairs drama at the country estate.
Presenters include Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, Sigourney Weaver and Chiwetel Ejiofor. The show will air on BBC America Sunday.
"The minute I came to LA I liked it very much," she recalls. "The palm trees, the ocean. What was happening here in '67 was incredible."
A $500,000 grant from the California Endowment aims to get TV writers and producers to incorporate the president's healthcare law into primetime plots.
"Ender's Game" scored the No. 1 slot at the weekend box office, earning $28 million in its opening weekend and sending "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa" into second place.
The satirist has managed to anger two governments in Egypt. Both the Islamists and the military have taken offense to his routines.
TV shows come and go. But 'Twilight Zone' is different. The show examined race issues, criticized our dependence on technology and, five decades later, millions of people young and old still find the show's timeless themes as fresh as the day they aired — and it's all thanks to Rod Serling.
Two fan-favorite NBC comedies that met their demise this year are back — ish. "30 Rock" star Tina Fey is the co-creator of a new show starring Ellie Kemper from "The Office."
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are suing a co-founder of YouTube over a video of their marriage proposal that was posted online.
John Rabe talks with John Ridley about finding a new way to talk about Jimi Hendrix, and how to cover slavery without being preachy.
Thomas Edison’s employee James H. White went to downtown LA and pointed his unwieldy movie camera up South Spring Street. Lucky for White it was only 1898.
"Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean said in a statement that her death is a terrible loss. He says Wallace's "irreplaceable character" would be retired from the show.
Hal Needham, famed stuntman-turned-director, has died. He became known as a stuntman on "Have Gun, Will Travel" and later went on to direct his friend Burt Reynolds.
This year's installment of the horror movie marathon features David Cronenberg's "The Fly," the campy 1977 killer vehicle movie "The Car" and more.