COVID-19 stay-at-home orders and the closing of movie theaters have hobbled Warner Bros.' film business.
Actor Chris Pratt and author Katherine Schwarzenegger celebrated the birth of their first child, Lyla Marie, in a heartwarming social media announcement.
The 2.2-mile "Say Their Names" memorial remembers 100 Black individuals killed by police. The Department of Water and Power says it must come down.
In since-deleted tweets, rapper Cardi B explained her decision to include reality star Kylie Jenner in the music video for "WAP," featuring Megan Thee Stallion.
TikTok announces the first 19 recipients of payments from its creators fund. The $200-million reservoir will help retain popular talents on the app, owned by China-based tech firm ByteDance, as it faces challenges from the Trump administration.
Melanie Scrofano on her journey to directing a Season 4 episode of "Wynonna Earp."
What's on TV Monday, Aug. 10: "POV: Phadke Family" on PBS; Shark Week on Discovery; "Surviving Jeffrey Epstein" finale
This year has been a lot. As the can-do optimism many of us felt earlier in the coronavirus shutdown wears thin, random crying jags are only natural.
Triller, an L.A.-based video app, has received a big boost from security concerns and political churn around the blockbuster app TikTok.
A new adaptation of the beloved children's novel "The Secret Garden" opted for a more dramatic ending at Misselthwaite Manor to reinforce Mary's growth.