The Academy Museum's "Hayao Miyazaki" exhibition, the first North American museum retrospective on the acclaimed filmmaker, opens April 30, 2021.
Geraldine Viswanathan's charm and charisma power the winning romantic comedy "The Broken Hearts Gallery," the debut of writer-director Natalie Krinsky.
As insurance providers have stopped offering protection for COVID-19, film productions like "Hypnotic" struggle to complete their shoot plans.
Virginie Efira stars as a psychotherapist turned writer in this tantalizing rumination on art imitating life (and vice versa).
After he allegedly shot her, Canadian rapper Tory Lanez texted "WAP" hitmaker Megan Thee Stallion that he "got too drunk," according to TMZ.
"The Sit-In," which premieres Thursday on Peacock, is a documentary look at the week in early 1968 that Harry Belafonte took over "The Tonight Show."
The biracial rapper has gained an enormous social following, and a deal with Columbia, with her jubilantly raunchy lesbian sex anthems.
"Saturday Night Live" will go back to being live from a New York studio when Season 46 premieres on Oct. 3.
Bea Koch, co-owner of the Ripped Bodice in Culver City, tells the untold women's stories in "Mad & Bad: Real Heroines of the Regency."
Madison Reyes, star of Netflix's "Julie and the Phantoms," knows what it's like to carry the burden of representation. Because she's about to do it herself.