In "The Craft: Legacy," writer-director Zoe Lister-Jones reboots the 1996 goth favorite but can't quite pull it off.
In the latest reorganization among Hollywood studios, Culver City-based Sony is laying off staff after streamlining some operations.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is the central figure of Frederick Wiseman's sweeping yet incisive 45th nonfiction feature, "City Hall."
"Holidate" knows it's hitting every branch as it falls down the cliché tree. Does that soften the landing?
Jeanise Jones, a grandmother who played Borat's babysitter in the new "Borat" sequel, wasn't in on the joke and was paid $3,600 for her role.
"Our Future," a powerful new poster designed to rally Indigenous peoples to vote, was conceived by Ernesto Yerena, Arlene Mejorado and Shalene Joseph.
NXIVM leader Keith Raniere was sentenced to 120 years in prison on Tuesday for his role in a sex-trafficking conspiracy related to the alleged cult, which attracted heiresses, actresses and documentary filmmakers alike with elements of self-help, multilevel marketing and more. Take a look back at past coverage of the group, Raniere, its high-profile members and its victims, as well as its treatment in HBO's recent docuseries "The Vow," in the eight stories below.
CBS hires an industry veteran to make more inclusive programming as part of an NAACP joint venture.
"The Voice" judges Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani announced on Instagram that they are getting married after dating very publicly for five years.
A conceptual TV news show infiltrates the city, popping up as stealth art in coffeehouses across L.A. The subject: Black life, past and present.