Times critics Justin Chang and Glenn Whipp discuss why Spike Lee's 1989 film "Do the Right Thing" is one of the great summer movies.
KiKi Layne co-stars with Charlize Theron in the Netflix graphic-novel adaptation "The Old Guard," directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood.
A new report paints a bleak portrait of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on location shoots in the Los Angeles region.
Nearly 30,000 fans of Nick Cordero, who died Sunday after a COVID-19 battle, are rallying to name Broadway's Longacre Theatre after the late entertainer.
"The 1619 Project," the New York Times' award-winning series created by Nikole Hannah-Jones to examine slavery's legacy, will be adapted for TV and film.
Smith will helm a new hour-long news cast on the NBCUniversal-owned cable channel.
Pop star Harry Styles wants to rock you, rock you, rock you to sleep with a new collaboration with Calm, an app designed to improve sleep habits.
D.L. Hughley talks to 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' guest host Anthony Anderson about his COVID-19 diagnosis following Hughley's onstage collapse last month.
An 800-pound marker for the Jefferson Davis National Highway has been removed from view. A college student's email prompted the change.
The Washington Post media columnist's 'Ghosting the News' diagnoses the disastrous decline in local papers.