Classic movies in L.A. for March 1-8 include "Happiness" and "Starship Troopers," plus the UCLA Asian American Studies Center's annual "Image Movers" festival and the return of "Noir City: Hollywood"
When Bob Iger replaced Michael Eisner as CEO of Disney, many considered him a lightweight who lacked the creative chops. How did he transform from low-key, under-rated CEO to one of America's most successful CEOs?
With "Saturday Night Live" returning after a couple weeks off, the series added a new face to Biden's ongoing 2020 Democratic campaign: comic John Mulaney.
At Oprah Winfrey's 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus tour stop in L.A., "Hustlers" star Jennifer Lopez admitted she was disappointed by her Oscars snub.
Tom Steyer is roasted for his moves at a Friday rally where he was endorsed by Juvenile, but dorky dancing is a rite of passage for candidates.
Matt Barnett and Amber Pike, who met on Netflix's matchmaking reality show "Love Is Blind," reveal how they handled his wedding-day freakout.
"Superstore" and "Gentefied" actor-producer American Ferrera was among the honorees at the National Hispanic Media Coalition's Impact Awards.
Convicted rapist Roman Polanski wins a César, France's equivalent of the Oscar, for directing "An Officer and a Spy," sparking immediate backlash.
New on Blu-ray "Queen & Slim" (Universal DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $34.98; 4K, $44.98; also available on VOD) A fugitive romance in the tradition of "Bonnie and Clyde" and "Aloha, Bobby and Rose," this hard-hitter stars Jodie Turner-Smith and Daniel Kaluuya as the title characters: a young black couple whose awkward first date takes a tragic turn after a tense confrontation with police.
Spoiler alert: How the ending of Netflix's "The Last Thing He Wanted" reflects the film's political and social messages.