Film / Television
The audience for Leno's final show as host of "Tonight" was the biggest since May 14, 1998, when Jerry Seinfeld appeared as a guest to mark the end of his sitcom.
Adult Fans of Lego are part of a built-in fan base that is sure to drive ticket sales for "The Lego Movie," which opens Friday.
A common childhood toy comes to life in "The Lego Movie," which hits theaters this weekend. The writers and directors share how they brought these famous blocks to the silver screen.
George Clooney anchors a thriller about a military unit that worked to recover and protect precious artwork during World War II, but who were the real members?
Jay Leno has said goodbye to "The Tonight Show" before, but not like this. Watch his tearful farewell Thursday as he concluded what he called the "greatest 22 years of my life."
Director Sebastian Lelio was honored to be submitted but can take or leave the Oscars. "When it happens, you have to go. When it doesn't, you follow with your work."
A new documentary shows us how auto racing is intimately tied to L.A.'s history, and how your daily commute might be taking you down the straightaway or a Dead Man's Curve of a long-defunct racetrack.
Eric Deggans looks back at the legacy of Jay Leno as he leaves a Tonight Show very different from the one he took over so many years ago.
There was no timetable for Hoffman's autopsy to be finished, said medical examiner office spokeswoman Julie Bolcer, who declined to discuss the pending tests.
Will Forte joins the show to talk about his favorite memories from "SNL" and his foray into more serious dramatic acting.
Allen vigorously denied the allegation and was never arrested or charged with a crime. Despite predictions by some that his career would falter, it hasn't.
A Motion Picture & Television Fund spokeswoman says actor Richard Bull of TV's "Little House on the Prairie" has died.
The Black List plans to identify the best writers from "underserved groups" for TBS and TNT.
K.K. Barrett, the production designer for Spike Jonze's "Her," tells AirTalk how he helped bring this tale of romance in the age of A.I. to life.
As part of our series Hollywood Jobs, we had the chance to visit the Dreamworks campus for a chat with the creators of, "The Croods," Kirk DeMicco and Chris Sanders, who both wrote and directed the film.
Screenwriting nominees "Her" and "Captain Phillips" both won a Writers Guild Award. Key awards for cinematography and animation were also handed out this weekend.