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How free divers, tech experts and dauntless actors helped James Cameron redefine underwater photography with 'Avatar: The Way of Water.'
Connie Boss Alexander, the mother of late TV personality Stephen 'Twitch' Boss, remembered her son, who died by suicide on Dec. 14. Here are her social media posts.
Author John Green shares why he has used his large social media presence to be a champion for soccer and the beauty behind the game.
When Janet Jackson showed up Friday on 'Today,' she likely didn't expect the outpouring of admiration that came from superfan host Sheinelle Jones.
Actor Angelina Jolie joined the United Nations Refugee Agency as a goodwill ambassador in 2001. Now she's ready to seek other opportunities.
The HBO Max Original documentary 'Call Me Miss Cleo' tries to decipher whether '90s TV psychic Miss Cleo was a gifted tarot card reader or just a master of deceit.
Beloved 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' sidekick Stephen 'Twitch' Boss left a note before he died of a gunshot wound to the head on Tuesday.
The author, who was brought to the U.S. as a child, talks to 'Bardo' director Alejandro G. Iñárritu about the immigrant experience and how he defines 'home.'
Melanie Martin reportedly gets full custody of Prince, her son with the late Aaron Carter, who overdosed in November. Her mother had custody before.
The long-awaited James Cameron blockbuster is expected to gross $150 million to $175 million through Sunday, which would be a strong start.
Lisa Sundstedt's Pretty Funny Women workshop has nurtured Chloe Fineman, Atsuko Okatsuka, Kimrie Lewis and Rachel Wolfson -- all before they were famous comedians.
The first teaser trailer for Greta Gerwig's 'Barbie' has arrived, introducing audiences to Margot Robbie's towering take on the famous Mattel doll.
Rhys Langston's latest album, 'Grapefruit Radio,' offers a gateway into his world of lyrical acrobatics and spacey production.
Watch the wildly popular 'Troll' and 'The Volcano: Rescue from Whakaari' on Netflix, 'Banshees of Inisherin' on VOD and "The Woman King" on disk.
A day after bidding farewell to 'Superman,' Henry Cavill has found his next role big role. He'll star in a TV series based on the '80s game 'Warhammer.'
Kody and Meri Brown of TLC's 'Sister Wives' confirmed that they've ended their marriage, making Meri the most recent of three women who've left the polygamous family.
Mariah Carey, a producer on 'Some Like It Hot,' surprised fans with a recorded intro to the new Broadway musical, which premiered this week.
The Broadway actor explains how he channeled Gaston in the gym to bulk up for his role as 'Beauty and the Beast's' resident himbo.
Traumatic brain injury drama "The Almond and the Seahorse" features Rebel Wilson's dramatic turn but ultimately fails to be memorable.
Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo seems to have turned his official Twitter account over to an AI bot earlier this week. Here's what it's tweeted so far.
The rare Irish-language film released in the U.S., 'The Quiet Girl,' based on Claire Keegan's 'Foster,' tells a poignant story about a neglected girl sent to live with distant relatives for a summer.
Amazon Music on Thursday announced a pair of surprise L.A. events to mark six months since the release of Beyoncé's club-ready "Renaissance" album.
A writer, producer, studio executive and educator, Ron Taylor became a pioneer in pushing the entertainment industry toward greater diversity.
Brendan Yates, frontman for Grammy-nominated hardcore band Turnstile, already has his date lined up for February's awards show.
Jane Fonda's non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is in remission, she said Thursday on her website, and she has her doctor's permission to stop chemotherapy.
R. Kelly's team told police in February that master recordings had been taken from a storage facility. Is that how the 'I Admit It' album happened?
Jay Leno was fixing a clogged fuel line in a vintage 1907 steam engine car when a fire erupted, burning his face, the comic said on the 'Today' show.
Vividly restored, Iran-born filmmaker Amir Naderi's 1984 film "The Runner" evokes the work of Buster Keaton, Vittorio De Sica and Francois Truffaut.
'For so long ... that was ingrained in my head that that was what all sets were like, and that women were pitted against each other,' Gellar said.
The couple's Netflix docuseries concludes with a detailed look at their departure from royal life — and what led them to it. Here's what to know.
Writer-director Paul Haggis' name is coming off a park in his Canadian hometown after he was found liable for the 2013 rape of Haleigh Breest.
Chelsea Handler on her post-pandemic stand-up special 'Revolution,' managing a weekly podcast and considering a potential return to late night.
'I'm super excited to be hosting the #Grammys once again!' Trevor Noah announced Thursday on Instagram. He's hosted the award show twice before.
The man who attacked comedian Dave Chappelle onstage at the Hollywood Bowl in May has been sentenced to nearly nine months in jail.
The Southern California Poetry Festival returned after its pandemic hiatus. Like L.A. itself, it's a sprawling, diverse stage for art and communion.
Longtime CNN anchor Ana Cabrera says her departure is a personal decision. She is expected to join MSNBC.
The ongoing creative overhaul at Warner Bros. Discovery and DC Studios has claimed another victim: Henry Cavill as Superman.
Six Oscar contenders -- Austin Butler, Paul Dano, Brendan Fraser, Jonathan Majors, Bill Nighy and Adam Sandler -- talk about family, playing real people ... and mortality.
Otis Williams, the last surviving original member of the Temptations, sits down with his real-life manager of more than 50 years, Shelly Berger, and the two actors who play them onstage in the jukebox musical 'Ain't Too Proud.'
Consent is not just about sex; it's about maintaining all manner of boundaries. Mia Schachter has built a thriving educational business to help.
'So You Think You Can Dance' judge Mary Murphy speaks to The Times about Stephen 'Twitch' Boss following his death by suicide.
Musician Kehlani alleged this week that she was sexually assaulted after her own concert. In a new TikTok, the singer assured fans she's 'good.'
Gunna, the rapper who was arrested in Atlanta in May as part of a RICO case against the Young Slime Life gang, was released from jail Wednesday.
Actor and comedian Drew Droege, who is gay, said a manager at the Echo Park restaurant El Compadre recently reprimanded him and his date for kissing.
Director Chase Joynt and a fine cast enliven the transcripts of a 1960s UCLA gender studies clinic through reenactments in the enlightening docudrama "Framing Agnes."
Comedian Mark Curry shares more details about the tense racial profiling encounter he experienced at a Colorado hotel Friday.
The L.A. Phil's 'Tristan Project' returns to Walt Disney Concert Hall for the first time in 15 years, with Gustavo Dudamel conducting and new soloists performing.
James Cameron's sequel is expected to open big. But box office for 2022 is still lagging pre-pandemic numbers by more than 30%. Blame a lack of movies.
'RuPaul's Drag Race' has announced its Season 15 contestants, and Los Angeles-based drag queens make up a quarter of the roster. Here's what we know.
Roald Dahl's terrifying headmistress gets a multifaceted portrayal by Emma Thompson in the Netflix movie-musical.