Dylan O'Brien stars in "Love and Monsters," an action-comedy set seven years after a cataclysm has wiped out more than 90% of Earth's human population.
Written and directed by Rick Korn, the documentary "Harry Chapin: When in Doubt, Do Something" traces the singer-songwriter-activist's life.
New Liam Neeson crime film "Honest Thief" doesn't go beneath the surface.
A film version of a Broadway adaptation of a concert tour: Former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne stars in HBO's "American Utopia," directed by Spike Lee.
Joe Biden, Rosario Dawson, Sterling K. Brown and Nina West are among celebrities honoring Spirit Day to take a stand against bullying of LGBTQ youth.
Slated for next summer, the Nickelodeon preschool series "Paw Patrol" is getting the movie treatment, featuring an all-star voice cast.
N.W.A. rapper Ice Cube insisted he hasn't "endorsed anybody" after drawing sharp criticism for working with Trump on his "promise to Black America."
Launched by Tanya Saracho's United Latinx Project, the letter, signed by more than 270 Latinx creatives, calls Hollywood "complicit in our exclusion."
"This is an outright embarrassing ratings ploy on behalf of NBC," CNN anchor Don Lemon says of the network's plan to air a Trump town hall Thursday.
Announced Thursday, Black Lives Matter leader Patrisse Cullors will co-produce shows for TV networks and streaming services to amplify Black voices.