Entertainment & Arts
Entertainment & Arts
Golden Globes fallout: HFPA member says lack of Black members 'was not really anything we focused on'
In a new interview on Australian TV, HFPA member Jenny Cooney said the lack of Black members was a problem the group was previously unaware of.latimes.com
Thundercat and Flying Lotus, uncompromising pop outsiders with Grammy hopes
Longtime friends and collaborators Thundercat and Flying Lotus are each nominated for a Grammy Award for 'It Is What It Is,' an album marked by loss.latimes.com
What's on TV Wednesday: 'S.W.A.T.' on CBS; 'The Conners' on ABC
What's on TV tonight, Wednesday, March 3: "S.W.A.T." on CBS; "The Conners" on ABC and morelatimes.com
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin reveal name of their sixth child. (And yes, it's Spanish)
"30 Rock" star Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria introduced their sixth child on social media Tuesday, less than six months after welcoming their fifth child.latimes.com
'Harry Potter' game allows creation of trans players despite J.K. Rowling's remarks
In the wake of J.K. Rowling's transphobic remarks, an upcoming "Harry Potter"-themed video game will allow users to play as trans witches and wizards.latimes.com
Chris D'Elia faces child-porn lawsuit from woman who says he had sex with her at 17
Chris D'Elia, who just addressed sexual misconduct that came to light in July, is sued by a woman who says he sought pictures and sex from her when she was 17.latimes.com
What Jeffrey Epstein did was vile. Why Dasha Nekrasova made a horror movie about it
'The Scary of Sixty-First,' the debut film from the 'Red Scare podcast host, blends conspiracies and the occult as two young women move into Jeffrey Epstein's former apartment.latimes.com
Review: 'Moxie' has verve but is more than a little clueless (and not in a good way)
Amy Poehler directs and co-stars in 'Moxie,' a comedy with Hadley Robinson as a shy teen turned campus rebel.latimes.com
Morgan Wallen fans vote him back onto Tennessee radio after racist-slur controversy
"While nobody liked the behavior, we are a radio station — not in the censorship business," said the owner of a station playing country star Morgan Wallen.latimes.com
Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall explain why a white actor was cast in 'Coming to America'
Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall told Jimmy Kimmel that Paramount forced them to cast Louie Anderson in their 1988 comedy classic "Coming to America."latimes.com
How the creator of 'Final Fantasy' challenges himself: A game made with 150 dioramas
Game designer Hironobu Sakaguchi is thinking big, but the look is small for 'Fantasian,' coming later this year exclusively to Apple Arcade game service.latimes.com
Britney Spears gushes over teenage sons in rare photo. Yep, they're 'so big now'
Pop star Britney Spears showed off on Instagram how much her boys have grown and explained why she doesn't post about them.latimes.com
Theaters hit the one-year anniversary of shutdown. How are artists keeping afloat?
Daniel Fish, Culture Clash, Dael Orlandersmith, Richard Maxwell, Annie Dorsen and Lars Jan reveal much loss — but also see a way forward.latimes.com
Reggae icon Bunny Wailer, co-founder of famed group the Wailers, dies at 73
Bunny Wailer, who along with bandmates Bob Marley and Peter Tosh popularized reggae music worldwide with their legendary group the Wailers, died on Tuesday.latimes.com
'Bachelor' producers condemn 'unimaginable amount of hate' toward Rachel Lindsay
After Rachel Lindsay criticized Chris Harrison for defending the racist actions of a contestant, 'Bachelor' producers defended her against a backlash.latimes.com
What do Diplo, cowboys and COVID lockdown have in common? Photographer Jim Krantz
Jim Krantz was used to big commercial shoots with a huge crew, but COVID ended that. Now it's just him, a camera, some light and an interesting subject.latimes.com
Why it took Sister Souljah 22 years to write a followup to her groundbreaking novel
'Life After Death' revisits the story of Winter Santiaga, the hustler in her 1999 smash hit 'The Coldest Winter Ever.' Sister Souljah on what took so long.latimes.com
Pull your car into the first drive-through Oscars. Honk! Honk!
Don't eat my energy, OK? Just enjoy the drive-through Oscars ceremony at Dodger Stadium. It promises to be a 12-ring Circus of the Cars.latimes.com
Isabel Wilkerson, Jacob Soboroff, Akwaeke Emezi among L.A. Times Book Prize finalists
The awards recognize outstanding literary achievements in 12 categories, including the Ray Bradbury Prize for Science Fiction, with winners to be announced April 16.latimes.com
Marisa Tomei mines her New York roots for patient-but-strong 'Staten Island' mom
To play widowed Margie in 'The King of Staten Island,' Marisa Tomei tapped into her mom's more obliging generation.latimes.com
Nicole Beharie embraces imperfection in life and in her 'Miss Juneteenth' character
The good, the bad, the Beharie: The actress navigates the line between aspiration and reality in "Miss Juneteenth."latimes.com
Here are 4 key films — and 4 great moments within them — for this awards season
The cinematographers behind 'Palm Springs,' 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom,' 'Waiting for the Barbarians' and 'The Father' share why these moments made the films for them.latimes.com
Gary Oldman knows Mank and those drinking issues: 'I used to sweat vodka'
The self-effacing humor on display in "Mank" masks his character's fear of inadequacy, Gary Oldman says. He speaks from experience.latimes.com
Soleil Moon Frye 'lost sight' of herself. Facing her darkest memories brought her back
When the 'Punky Brewster' star embarked on a new documentary, she found that confronting her past, including surviving sexual assault, was the only way forward.latimes.com
What's on TV Tuesday: 'Young Rock' and 'Kenan' on NBC
What's on TV tonight, Tuesday, March 2: "Young Rock" and "Kenan" on NBClatimes.com
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin are new parents, months after welcoming another 'Baldwinito'
Wellness personality Hilaria Baldwin shared Monday that she and husband Alec Baldwin have a new baby, not long after their last child was born in September.latimes.com
San Diego Comic-Con to be virtual in July. In-person event planned for November
Organizers have announced that San Diego Comic-Con 2021 will be a virtual event again, but they're planning a three-day, in-person event for November.latimes.com
Audience for Golden Globes ceremony will hit an all-time low for NBC
Broadcast suffered from its postponed date, lack of theatrical blockbusters and controversy over the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.latimes.com
What to expect in Viet Thanh Nguyen's sequel to his Pulitzer-Prize winning 'The Sympathizer'
The Man of Two Faces returns in Viet Thanh Nguyen's 'The Committed.' The author explains what's different.latimes.com
Why Golden Globe winner Jodie Foster took a rare real-life role in 'The Mauritanian'
'I'm interested in strong people, in people who shift and change, in playing solitary characters that are on a mission,' says the longtime actress of her Guantánamo Bay film.latimes.com