Lionsgate announced Tuesday that Suzanne Collins' latest Panem novel, "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes," will be adapted into a film.
A DAC, or digital audio converter, makes all the difference when streaming on a phone or laptop. You don't have to spend a ton, our music critic says.
"We have weathered many storms. ... But we don't know that we can weather the COVID-19 storm," says a new GoFundMe page for California's beloved Amoeba Music.
"For one day, and one day only, we've agreed to agree to not disagree," said Ryan Reynolds, uniting with pal Hugh Jackman for COVID-19 charities.
In Rufi Thorpe's novel, a poor, closeted teenager befriends a wealthy girl, until an act of violence lays their class distinctions bare.
Until Hollywood production ramps up again, TV producers and showrunners are finding they can do a lot more than they thought from home.
Brush up on your Russian with Opera Santa Barbara's 2019 production of Tchaikovsky's "Eugene Onegin."
Star Taraji P. Henson and showrunner Brett Mahoney reflect on six seasons of "Empire" — and how the coronavirus outbreak changed plans for its finale.
Laid-off Broad museum staffers, most of them part-time, will remain on payroll through Friday; the curatorial team will remain in place.
On Tuesday, actor and comedian Maya Rudolph will host "Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince," a primetime CBS TV special recorded in January.