Vice TV unveiled Thursday a first look at its upcoming documentary "Vice Versa: Meghan Markle Escaping the Crown," which premieres in March.
Daniel Radcliffe stars as a video game developer caught up in live-streaming, real-life fight-to-the-death events in the movie "Guns Akimbo."
Public Enemy is scheduled to perform at Bernie Sanders' Sunday rally at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Sarah Silverman and Dick Van Dyke will also be there.
John Turturro wrote and directed the crime comedy "The Jesus Rolls," reprising his flamboyant bowler character from "The Big Lebowski."
Tuppence Middleton stars in 'Disappearance at Clifton Hill' as a young woman haunted by the violent kidnapping of a child decades earlier.
Bethany Anne Lind is terrific as a small-town woman wrestling with her decision to cover up a suspicious death in the crime thriller 'Blood on Her Name.'
Famed b-movie director Roger Corman reaches a settlement with his sons over longstanding lawsuit.
With a creative team of Native, Chinese and African American artists, "Sweet Land" revisits the founding of America through a different lens.
The new music video for "The Man," directed by Taylor Swift, doubles down on the feminist themes that made the song an anthem from her latest album, "Lover."
An unmarked warehouse in DTLA is home to a new show combining live actors, filmed animation and electronic pop. Creators call it "future theater."