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Business
While Hollywood’s big three talent firms face pandemic upheaval, a billionaire Trump backer is shelling out $25 million to partially finance a new venture, one of multiple new boutique firms.
08/25/2020 by Borys Kit
Heat Vision
The filmmaker takes elements usually reserved for sci-fi, proving that ideas can transfer from black holes to dark hallways.
10/20/2020 by Richard Newby
Business
"Although movie theaters within the key five New York City boroughs will still remain closed for the time being, we view this as a positive step toward reopening those theaters in the coming weeks," says one analyst.
10/19/2020 by Georg Szalai
Culture
The six-time Tony Award nominee and 'Moulin Rouge! The Musical' star reflects on his life following six days in the hospital, including caring for his wife, fellow stage performer Rebecca Luker, in her battle with ALS.
08/10/2020 by Danny Burstein
Movie Reviews
Geraldine Viswanathan stars as a young aspiring gallerist who turns clutter into art at a hotel run by her love interest in this feature debut from writer-director Natalie Krinsky.
09/12/2020 by Leslie Felperin
Television
The singer took to Instagram to announce that she'll be host the Oct. 24 show with H.E.R. as musical guest: "I'm so excited about this!"
10/18/2020 by Anna Chan, Billboard
Culture
The Lakers superstar says he has never condoned violence of any form. 
09/23/2020 by Ryan Parker
Behind the Screen
"It is great news that Lightworks is becoming independent and dedicated to editors again," said three-time Oscar winning editor Thelma Schoonmaker.
09/15/2020 by Carolyn Giardina
Movie Reviews
'The Fault in Our Stars' director Josh Boone takes on this latest Marvel venture, adapted from the comic books originally spun off from the X-Men series.
08/26/2020 by Jordan Mintzer
Television Reviews
Anya Taylor-Joy shines as a troubled chess prodigy in Netflix's seven-episode period miniseries.
10/20/2020 by Daniel Fienberg
Live Feed
As the legendary executive will officially exit in 2021, Channing Dungey is near a deal that would see her take over the studio.
10/16/2020 by Lesley Goldberg
Style
From chef Curtis Stone's new Picnic Society at The Grove to al fresco dining at DTLA's Ace Hotel, L.A.'s restaurant scene offers plenty of options
10/10/2020 by Emily Hilton
Culture
As fall semesters start in Los Angeles — once again virtually amid the pandemic — families look to online tutoring, in-home helpers, ditching private schools and even leaving the city altogether: "You can consider renting an RV and taking school on the road."
08/22/2020 by Elycia Rubin
Heat Vision
The inclusion of Electro and Doctor Strange is already leading to theories, but are those ideas premature?
10/08/2020 by Richard Newby
Television
Creator and showrunner Peter Morgan shares the unofficial feedback he gets from the royal family and why characters based on Prince Andrew and others won't be making an appearance in the Emmy-nominated series: "I'm much more comfortable writing about things that happened at least 20 years ago."
08/18/2020 by Bryn Elise Sandberg