Spike Lee, who says he's being 'harassed' by the New York Knicks, won't attend another game at Madison Square Garden this year. But he'll be back next year.
Dylan Farrow slammed Woody Allen's upcoming memoir, "Apropos of Nothing," calling it "deeply unsettling." She accused her adoptive father of sexual abuse in the 1990s.
Deb Olin Unferth's "Barn 8" is the factory farm caper we need.
Disney reportedly scraps a launch event for Disney+ in Europe due to the coronavirus outbreak and heightened concerns about international travel.
"Shakespeare's text is amazingly prescient," says the star of Antaeus Theatre's "Measure for Measure," which has seen a string of recent revivals.
The 'Walking Dead' court cases are being closely watched because they provide a rare glimpse into the typically opaque world of Hollywood accounting.
After officially terminating ousted CEO Deborah Dugan, the Recording Academy's Harvey Mason Jr. speaks with The Times about the Grammy organization's next steps.
Lauren O'Conner, a former Weinstein Co. employee, explains why she wrote the damning company memo about Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct.
What's on TV Tuesday, March 3: 'Empire' on Fox; Super Tuesday primary coverage; College Basketball; NBA Basketball; NHL Hockey
Timothy Hutton denies raping a Canadian woman who says the Oscar winner sexually assaulted her in 1983 when she was 14.