The Los Angeles Public Library's buildings remain COVID-closed. But in the pandemic, librarians' creativity has blossomed online and many new doors for patrons have opened.
In"Mayday!" Susan Silton tracks the pandemic's toll and 'the collective weight of people mourning' by having participants send names of the country's COVID-19 dead to Donald Trump. She also looks back at the way U.S. media covered Hitler's rise.
Productions from the Fountain, A.C.T., Pig Iron and La Jolla Playhouse are admirably ambitious at times, but they also reveal the limits of digital.
In a nod to the pandemic, 2020 Emmys presenters are wearing tuxedo hazmat suits to hand out awards Sunday.
Two E! hosts, Giuliana Rancic and Vivica A. Fox, released statements during the Emmys red-carpet preshow announcing they tested positive for COVID-19.
Warner Bros.' 'Tenet' continues to do modest business with $36.1 million in North American receipts and a global cumulative of $250.1 million.
The L.A. genre festival's 2020 "F— COVID edition" announces a full slate of world premieres and drive-in double features, to be held Oct. 2-8.
On the eve of the ACM Awards, a conversation between multiple nominees Miranda Lambert and Ashley McBryde.
Hollywood wants to reopen and companies are asking crews to sign liability waivers should an on-set outbreak occur; lawyers say they might not be legal.
Director Paul Schrader needed five days to finish shooting "The Card Counter." Plus a shave for Oscar Isaac, who stars with Tiffany Haddish. How he did it.