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With trans-Atlantic travel all but suspended, the closest you can get to Paris may be onscreen. These movies will take you there.
We’re taking a look back at the films of Superman himself, Henry Cavill, and ranking them from worst to best.
For our film critic, watching actresses become action stars made her think differently about bodies and the meaning of representation.
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Government's refusal to pass targeted stimulus for our small restaurants, like the Restaurants Act, threatens to kill what remains of a struggling industry.
Crisis has engulfed the L.A. Times newsroom as prominent editors have been pushed out or demoted because of ethical lapses or other failures.
Comic-Con veterans from the L.A. Times recommend which virtual panels to watch during Thursday's SDCC 2020 @ Home.
With ‘Mank,’ America’s most famously exacting director tackles the movie he’s been waiting his entire career to make.
Biden’s choices of Granholm, McCarthy and Kerry demonstrate a return to big favors for well-connected special interests.
“The Witches,” a film in which Anne Hathaway’s character has disfigured hands, has resurfaced the debate over depicting evil as disabled.
“I have never seen this much anxiety and fear about money,” one financial counselor said.
The pandemic has staggered the industry and left independent operations like the Park Plaza Cinema in Hilton Head Island, S.C., fighting to stay afloat.
On the eve of yet another screen adaptation, Patricia Highsmith’s mordant 1955 tale of calculated self-invention feels as relevant as ever.
The world’s most productive mine has closed, so your next piece of inexpensive jewelry probably will feature a lab-grown gem.
With the city’s economy in a downturn, film production has been a bright spot, with crews again filling the city’s sound stages and, increasingly, the streets.
Who should play Aang and co. in live-action?
The designer Osman Yousefzada reflects on change in the industry, straddling cultures and why he looked beyond fashion to find his voice.
In the digital era, a carefully crafted persona has become more valuable than contest results.
Brands like Fenty, even dubbed the 'Fenty Effect,' have changed the game when it comes to inclusive offerings. But is the beauty industry doing enough?
If you want a camera but don’t want to spend a fortune, here are some alternatives.
The Coen brothers are filmmaking legends. No Country For Old Men and The Big Lebowski are often named their best movies, but which one is truly it?
AMC Theaters wants to work with studios in a digital-first entertainment era.
To many Latinos in Hollywood, every gain seems to be followed by a setback. The writer Tanya Saracho and others involved in the Untitled Latinx Project want to change that.
What's next for President Trump once he leaves the White House? And what's next for his business? And what's he being investigated for again? And by whom?We take a step back and break it all down with Andrea Bernstein, co-host of the WNYC & ProPublica podcast Trump, Inc., about Trump's finances, his mounting debt and how, after decades of bad business, he has always managed to find a way out.
Zoë Kravitz is so much more than just the latest person to play a live-action Catwoman. There's a lot to know about this talented actress.
Not everyone loves Hollywood.
When Samuel L. Jackson says something, people remember and (often) meme it. Here are the legendary actor's greatest quotes.
Producer Jaime Dávila wants the industry to know this about Latinos: "We're not a separate category. We're part of America. We're part of the mainstream."
Director Ron Howard's adaptation is a depressing failure — but don't blame Glenn Close or Amy Adams.
"We had a musical with a large cast, a lot of singing and dancing, a lot of close contact," said one production executive. "It's going to be difficult to film until there's a vaccine."
His "indelible entrance into cinema history began when he announced those unforgettable words — 'The name’s Bond … James Bond,'" producers of the film series wrote in tribute.
“This was an important story, a moving story and one that we felt could draw a mainstream audience"
For the Oscars to continue to have any credibility, it must not only accommodate but deliberately arrange for inclusion across categories.
Audiences have said they want more Black joy in our historical features, and August Wilson's play in George C. Wolfe's and Viola Davis' hands delivered.
As live shows disappear, singers and musicians are using tech and social media to entertain an unprecedentedly large audience.
Christopher Nolan's latest thriller would likely have been a summer blockbuster in any other year, but now it is the great hope for movie theater owners.
A Swiss pharmaceutical giant that paid President Trump's attorney hundreds of thousands of dollars was questioned by the special counsel last year.
Chris Hayes speaks with author Adam Higginbotham about the creation of one of the worst disasters in human history.
In addition to a growing lineup of scripted fare, documentaries will be another key focus for Apple TV+, the company’s new streaming service set to launch in May. According to a new report today from Variety, Apple has hired A&E’s Molly Thompson as its head of Documentaries. Thompso…
"Behind the aloha vibe was the other vibe — a locals-only, whites-only vibe,” said Sharon Schaffer, the first African American female pro in the U.S.
Disney+ has taken a lightweight marketing gimmick and given it gravitas — and a real reason for fans to look forward to this date.
The disgraced movie mogul and convicted rapist was awarded a CBE — one of Britain's more prestigious honors — for services to the British film industry in 2004
The 43-year-old actor, a rising star of rare talent, radiated nobility in his every role.
The star of the new "Fantasy Island" movie has made his mark in a tough industry. "It feels good to be part of a generation that’s making some change.”
This convoluted road to nowhere stems from the Pentagon shifting the goal posts, having unrealistic expectations and refusing to accept what industry offers.
The Special Award is one of the British Academy's highest honors.
“Food is so big in both Parisian culture as well as Vietnamese culture, and I think one of the easier ways of really connecting with a culture and having it accessible is through the cuisine,” the documentarian said.
The move is a reminder of just how much the music industry has changed with the advent of streaming and social media, which have allowed artists to control more of their own revenue.
Celebrate Black History Month reading these NAACP-nominated books, from fiction to poetry and young adult literature.
The inquiry grew out of a five-year investigation of Russian bribes that let athletes compete despite positive doping tests, which led to convictions last week.
A Judge's ruling is the latest twist in the sex scandals involving actress Charlotte Kirk and some of Hollywood's most powerful men.
The Last Light was ready for release — and then the virus hit
The coronavirus crisis has upended the traditional economics of Hollywood, attracting news investors to the film business.
Natasha Ofili plays Hailey Cooper, a new Marvel character in the 'Spider-Man: Miles Morales' video game, who introduces ASL to the Spider-Verse.
For the first time in roughly five months, AMC Theatres will pop the popcorn, dim the lights, and start the show.
China's massive box office began to reopen on Monday after the coronavirus pandemic spurred a shutdown lasting roughly six months.
For stars, the sky's the limit. Find out what celebrities such as 2 Chainz, Lucy Liu and David Duchovny are up to when they're not working at their "day" jobs.
When Jorge Castro saw that Marvel's Miles Morales would be walking around New York's Spanish Harlem on the new Spider-Man video game, he quickly choked up.
Netflix has spent the last few years pushing a boulder uphill, making gradual inroads in garnering Oscar recognition for its movies. Now the streaming service heads into a holiday season with an ambitious slate of films when the pandemic has closed theaters, leveling the awards playing field.
Ethan Hawke says River Phoenix's death is one of the reasons he never moved to Los Angeles.
2020 has been rough for the movies. That's why some chains are revamping the concept of renting a theater for a private screening, making it more accessible and affordable.
The Weeknd sounds as shocked as everyone else that he didn't receive any Grammy nominations this year.
This Halloween season, scary viewing looks more diverse than ever. Get to know "Lovecraft Country" screenwriter Ihuoma Ofordire and Jay Ellis, whose Black Bar Mitzvah production company is releasing "Black Box."
Families stuck at home have resorted to playing games again, and that's benefiting Hasbro.
The star of Misfits and The Umbrella Academy talks to Louis Chilton about the Netflix show’s Dallas-set return, the existence of aliens, and why some celebrities just aren’t cut out for politics
Last week's down-ballot primary action in New York still isn't settled, but it's time for three more states -- Colorado, Utah and Oklahoma -- to host primaries Tuesday, and there's at least one contest in each state that could help shape the balance of power in Congress next year.
Yes, 2020 has been a gigantic dumpster fire on a multitude of levels. But a spirit a gratitude may help pull us through. We're thankful for Baby Yoda, Verzuz battles and so many other pop culture offerings this pandemic year.
The World According to Jeff Goldblum has been renewed for season 2, but which topics should the Disney+ series explore.
This is supposed to be a busy time of year for Bollywood. School exams are over and Hollywood's summer blockbusters are typically still a couple of months away, making it the perfect time to release India's big spring flicks.
Can Dune, BIOS, and Matrix 4 save smart sci-fi?
As a Disney child star and teen movie actor, Bella Thorne felt like she was lying to the world. As she headlines the provocative social media thriller ‘Infamous’, she tells Adam White why speaking openly about her trauma, mental health and pansexuality has changed her life
To mark 10 years since the record-breaking, world-dominating boyband formed on ‘The X-Factor’, Roisin O'Connor casts a critical eye over the 1D catalogue to see which songs have stood the test of time, and the ones that haven’t
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
People aren’t going to the movies at anywhere close to the numbers that Hollywood hoped, prompting studios to postpone more big releases. Marvel’s “Black Widow” could be the next to retreat.
The pandemic has upended the circuit, meaning smaller movies face an even greater challenge in attracting deep-pocketed distributors.
Cineworld, the parent company of the second largest chain in the U.S., is closing all its theaters in the country, as studios keep postponing releases and audiences remain reluctant to return to the movies.
The major chains, with no new releases to show and a fear of being singled out as virus hot spots, are worried about coming back too early.
American broadcast networks, low on production funds, are increasingly to their Canadian counterparts for new series.
Universal is breaking longstanding industry practice to offer “The Hunt,” “The Invisible Man” and “Emma” for streaming.
Big-budget films are being released for the first time since March, but the willingness of people to sit inside a closed room with strangers for several hours is still uncertain.
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