"Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds," writer and codirector Werner Herzog's latest true-life exploration into the unknown, proves too sluggish and diffused to have much impact.
Is the birth of the Los Angeles recording industry nestled in the grooves of these newly discovered wax cylinders?
The BMA paused a sale of artworks that could have violated deaccession rules. But it shouldn't shelve a plan to pay workers a living wage.
Fire officials are inspecting a Beverly Crest mansion after smoke was reported by a resident. KCBS-TV Channel 2 says the home belongs to actor Denzel Washington.
Crunching riffs, screeching vocals, stomping grooves and schoolboy misogyny: AC/DC's legendary stylistic consistency is on display on new "Power Up."
Selena Gomez has shifted gears from singing with Blackpink to playing mountaineer Silvia Vasquez-Lavado, the first out gay woman to climb the Seven Summits.
Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker will cohost the Country Music Assn.'s CMA Awards tonight amid pushback on the show's claim that it's a 'no drama zone.'
Jeffrey Toobin, who exposed himself during a Zoom business call in October, is out at the New Yorker after 27 years. His CNN employment is still unclear.
Sacha Polak's "Dirty God," which premiered at Sundance in January, focuses on a British woman recovering from an acid attack.
Michelle Obama, Norman Lear, Marc Anthony, Viola Davis and Elizabeth Banks are among celebs observing Veterans Day on social media.