Netflix's animated adaptation of Lois Lowry's book "The Willoughbys," featuring the voices of Will Forte, Maya Rudolph and Martin Short, is hard to love.
In a recent interview, actress Alicia Silverstone opened up about being dubbed "Fatgirl" after playing Batgirl in the 1997 film "Batman & Robin."
Highland Park resident Olivia Arthur calls it "art for social distancing — a drive-by gallery for neighbors." The goal: Bring some joy to quarantine.
Ticket sales were supposed to help theater and opera companies pay the costs of turning freelancers into staff members under AB 5. What now?
Russian horror-comedy "Why Don't You Just Die!" from writer/director Kirill Sokolov recalls "Pulp Fiction" influenced films of the late 1990s.
An L.A. Times survey of Los Angeles art galleries on a slimmed-down post-pandemic future. Some are banding together to weather the storm.
The cancellation of March Madness and postponement of the NBA season and the Summer Olympics are contributing to a historic fall in advertising spending.
Fandango, the online movie ticket service part-owned by NBCUniversal, is acquiring Vudu to bolster its streaming business.
In this coronavirus climate, Travis Scott's "Fortnite" collaboration is something of an experiment for our new reality. Games are our new social spaces.
In Netflix's "Midnight Gospel," premiering Monday, "Adventure Time" creator Pendleton Ward partners with Duncan Trussell to explore the cosmos.