In an interview with The Times' Amy Kaufman, singer Katy Perry doubled down on her controversial tweet supporting embattled comedian Ellen DeGeneres.
Week 14: Times readers chose 'The Fugitive,' directed by Andrew Davis, as their favorite in the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
Egor Abramenko's directorial debut, the Russian Soviet-era-set horror/sci-fi film "Sputnik," boasts artfully mashed-up genres and a strong female lead
"Jackass" alum Steve-O was removed by firefighters after he duct-taped himself to a Hollywood billboard Thursday to promote his new comedy special.
Actor Drake Bell has denied allegations of verbal and physical abuse made by ex-girlfriend Melissa Lingafelt in TikTok videos Wednesday.
Political theater without the roar of the crowd? The stakes are high as Democratic and Republican conventions come to a screen near you.
Novelist Lynn Steger Strong on the revolutionary passivity of Rachel Cusk, Ottessa Moshfegh and Sally Rooney — how we've misread them and what comes next.
The major milestones of feminist history, including ratification of 19th Amendment, are rarely seen on TV. But women's lives, work and politics are vital to it.
The simmering new LP from Helen Ballentine, who performs as Skullcrusher, has many exquisite moments, including a 56-second song with the punch of a Lydia Davis story.
Waldie, whose paean to his native Lakewood, "Holy Land," was a 1990s classic of Los Angeles writing, pulls it off again, though a little more darkly.