Film crews in Los Angeles are starting to face restrictions on filming in the city as legislators seek to halt the spread of coronavirus.
In 'Lost Transmissions,' a schizophrenia music producer goes AWOL in L.A. after going off his medication. With Alexandra Daddario, Juno Temple, Simon Pegg.
Documentary 'A Kid From Coney Island' profiles former pro-basketball star Stephon Marbury.
Films are getting pushed. CinemaCon has been canceled. Stocks are rattled. What's next for the entertainment industry?
Despite the coronavirus, the show will go on, for now, at Los Angeles State Historic Park, where Yuval Sharon's opera company the Industry has built stages that incorporate the cityscape to tell a nonlinear story of Arrivals and Hosts.
'Big Time Adolescence' stars Pete Davidson as a committed suburban slacker who offers ill-advised life lessons to the teenage brother of his ex-girlfriend.
The annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, scheduled for May 2 in Cleveland, has been called off because of coronavirus.
In the latest sign of the coronavirus' impact on Hollywood, Universal has pushed back the release of "F9," one of its key summer tentpoles, to next year.
Due to growing concerns about the coronavirus, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt's "A Quiet Place Part II" will not hit theaters as planned on March 20.
Liz Garbus directs the Netflix true crime drama 'Lost Girls,' starring Amy Ryan as a woman searching for her missing daughter, a New Jersey sex worker.