The stage director and spiritual seeker of "My Dinner With Andre" ruminates on his life and old age in his first book, "This Is Not My Memoir."
Karen Powell's "The River Within" is far more than a "Downton Abbey"-derived Yorkshire mystery; it's the anatomy of a caste system that's never gone away.
One of Los Angeles's oldest movie studios plans a 15-story office tower and the first new soundstages in Hollywood in more than two decades.
Alex Winter's documentary "Zappa" is a sprawling, shaggy biography of experimental rock pioneer, composer and activist Frank Zappa.
After a rebound, the storied studio is facing a string of challenges during the pandemic.
Social media platform Parler looks like it was designed by a pharmaceutical firm and sounds like a symphony composed of one note: conspiracy theory.
The Recording Academy responded: 'We understand that the Weeknd is disappointed... Unfortunately... there are fewer nominations than... deserving artists.'
What's on TV Wednesday, Nov. 25: "S.W.A.T." on CBS; "Women of Worth" on NBC
Paul Bettany and Sophia Lillis star in writer-director Alan Ball's "Uncle Frank," a melodrama set in late 1960s/early 1970s about a closeted gay NYU professor and his South Carolina family.
Bad Bunny, J Balvin and Tainy are the only Latin artists nominated for a Grammy beyond the Latin categories. They collaborated with British singer Dua Lipa.