The wildly acclaimed screenwriter and very frustrated director has written a debut novel, "Antkind," about a critic who hates Charlie Kaufman.
From weaving the movement into their art to using their platforms to protest, Black entertainers such as Tessa Thompson and Kendrick Sampson step up.
Morricone was known for his scores for such films as "The Mission," "A Fistful of Dollars" and "The Hateful Eight," for which he won an Oscar in 2016.
Broadway actor Nick Cordero died of coronavirus complications after spending more than 90 days in the intensive care unit. He was 41.
What's on TV Monday, July 6: American Experience: The Vote on PBS; coronavirus
The first official album from late Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke features a dizzying array of guests that threaten to overwhelm his own formidable star power.
On Sunday, sports network ESPN will premiere an Eagles concert shot at the Forum in Inglewood. Here's how to tune in.
In Leigh Stein's new novel, "Self Care," pioneers in "the wellness space" backstab each other, in a satire that already feels 100 years old.
In a statement published online, the musician Ryan Adams sought forgiveness after a wave of abuse allegations
What's on TV Saturday, July 4, plus Sunday talk shows