Coronavirus concerns spur K-pop sensation BTS to hold a global press conference via livestream only on YouTube.
The Auschwitz Memorial tweeted criticism of Amazon for including fictional atrocities in its new Prime series "Hunters," starring Al Pacino.
Paramount's 'Sonic the Hedgehog' outpaced 20th Century Studios' 'The Call of the Wild' and Harrison Ford for the top box office spot.
New shows, Critics' Choices, etc., in L.A. for Feb. 23-March 1 include the final performances of Heidi Schreck's "What the Constitution Means to Me" at the Mark Taper Forum
For Universal's "The Invisible Man," star Elisabeth Moss and writer-director Leigh Whannell modernize the classic movie monster with a female-forward and tech-centric storyline that brings back the scares.
New music from Los Angeles artists John Kenneth Kirby, Carla Olson and Cassowary shows the promise of summer music ahead.
Home video: Director Rian Johnson and an all-star cast put a surprising twist on an old fashioned murder mystery premise in "Knives Out."
At 49, celebrity photographer Autumn de Wilde makes her feature directorial debut with an adaptation of Jane Austen's "Emma."
Jessica Stockholder's painting-sculpture hybrids live in their own world. The L.A. gallery 1301PE takes you there.
HBO's "Avenue 5" is set 40 years in the future. Costume designer Suzie Harman's challenge: Figuring out what we'll all be wearing then.