The Utah Senator described the Smithsonian's proposed National Museum of the American Latino as divisive. More divisive: a society that erases Latinos
More than 500 Britney Spears fans and legal advocates showed up on Zoom for Wednesday's #FreeBritney rally amid the pop star's latest conservatorship hearing.
Tom Cruise's rant at crew members who violated COVID-19 safety measures on the set of "Mission: Impossible 7" was profane and a little over the top. But he said what many of us are thinking. All the time.
A fixture on progressive L.A. rock radio in the 1960s and 1970s, Jimmy Rabbitt introduced Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings to Southern California audiences.
"We can all take a moment to mourn the amazing woman she would have been," Hilary Duff wrote upon breaking the sad news about Disney+'s "Lizzie McGuire" reboot.
HBO Max's absence from Roku streaming devices has been a hurdle for subscriber growth.
CAA said on Wednesday that it reached a deal with the WGA, nearly two years after writers fired their agents over concerns about packaging and affiliated production companies.
Extra lives. Deaths. They've long been part of games. But in our COVID-19 year, the games that resonated asked us to rethink how we view the end of of lives.
Gerard Butler stars in the disaster thriller "Greenland," about a comet raining extinction-level debris on Earth.
The Envelope welcomes an audience of Hollywood guild members and awards voters, along with film and TV lovers, to screen some of the season's most talked-about movies and shows — followed by Q&As with cast and creators moderated by journalists from The Times. Check out last season's events with Pedro Almodóvar, Antonio Banderas, the cast of "Downton Abbey" and more. And find more information about upcoming virtual screenings and conversations here.