The coronavirus crisis upended the star-studded Met Gala, so late-night TV host James Corden put on the Pet Gala. And yes, it was as cute as it sounds.
The general manager of the Troubadour, which famously launched the career of Elton John, says that "to survive, we're going to need all the help we can get."
Natalie Wood's daughter, actress Natasha Gregson Wagner, has written a memoir of life with the legend and produced an HBO documentary about her career.
Disney has furloughed much of its staff and cut executive salaries. The impacts on Hollywood's dominant company could be long-lasting.
In HBO documentary "Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind," the star's daughter Natasha Gregson Wagner offers a personal counterpoint to true crime gossip.
"Stranger Things" star David Harbour joins The Times' "Can't Stop Watching" podcast to discuss Hopper in quarantine, Winona Ryder and his inspirations.
We asked 59 game pros: What's your go-to game in coronavirus quarantine? Makers behind 'Doom Eternal,' 'The Last of Us Part Two,' 'Watch Dogs,' more answer
United Talent Agency told its staff on Monday that it is furloughing some of its employees, as Hollywood businesses continue to struggle during the pandemic.
The Times was there as Ryan Murphy's new Netflix series, "Hollywood," filmed its rousing finale, set at the 1948 Oscars ceremony.
WME agent Richard Weitz's "Quarantunes" events are more than just the hottest ticket in town; they're a model for celebrity fundraising during COVID-19.