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The actor discusses his role in "Okja" and how the streaming service was the only place for director Bong Joon-Ho to create the film he had in mind.
Get your popcorn and get ready for the big showdown between Beyoncé, who has seven nominations, and Bruno Mars, who has five. There's also some serious sisterly rivalry.
The 84-year-old is stepping out of the broadcast booth after providing color commentary for a North Dakota minor league team for 22 years.
Pasadena is about to get loud as a two-day music and art festival takes over a golf course this weekend.
Only three years old and weighing 125 pounds, Martha is big, ugly, lazy and gassy. She's also a world champion.
The actor says he's retiring from the craft. What will he do next?
Arroyo Seco will be just a one-off show for them ahead of a full tour later this fall in support of a new album, called "Hug of Thunder" — It’s the first record from Broken Social Scene in seven years.
Men review almost all movies. Maybe that's why Ruth Batchelor founded LAFCA. Because she lived in that world. She covered it. And then left behind a hidden legacy.
Actors August Prew and Neil Bledsoe discuss their roles in The Wallis production of "The Pride," a drama exploring queer issues in 1958 and 2008.
Films with diverse casts attract diverse audiences. That could means millions more in revenue.
This is the last weekend for Car Talk on KPCC. The landmark public radio show, in reruns since 2014, is ending production.
With the Seeso streaming service undergoing layoffs and structural changes, showrunner Kulap Vilaysack says she's unsure whether 'Bajillion' will have future seasons on Seeso.
It doesn't get more scenic and quintessentially Los Angeles than La Luz at The Getty
He was smiling, until he heard singing hippies. “Should I stay?" He asked. He did, because the next piece was Dylan Brody letting his dogs soil his neighbor’s lawn.
The organization already rates movies/TV for language and depictions of violence, sex and drug use. Now they will also assess and score depictions of gender.