After Beyoncé released her visual album 'Black Is King' on Disney+, fans flocked to social media with reactions. The praise was nuanced, specific and abundant.
Late actress Naya Rivera appears as a guest judge in a new episode of Netflix's baking competition show "Sugar Rush."
This fall, Ryan Reynolds will train 10 to 20 people from marginalized communities on his next film. And he's paying for it with his own money.
A poster supporting the Harry Potter author, paid for by an anti-trans activist, was removed from an Edinburgh train station for being too political.
Movies on TV this week: Aug. 2: "Gandhi' on Showtime; "Giant" on TCM; "West Side Story" on Epix
Conventions, election night and the campaign trail will look a lot different on TV to political junkies as the 2020 race heats up.
Oscar-nominated English director Alan Parker, known for his work on 'Evita,' 'Midnight Express' and other memorable films, dies. He was 76.
Amy Heckerling, writer-director of 1995 classic "Clueless," discusses its legacy with The Times' Justin Chang on the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
Geena Davis on the sixth annual Bentonville Film Festival going virtual during the pandemic and bringing more inclusive voices to Hollywood.
Reader opinions on our Alex Trebek interview, alternatives to the national anthem, the story of a stolen rare cello, film critic Justin Chang on endangered challenging cinema and more.