The drive-in screening series in Walmart parking lots will include "Black Panther," "Wonder Woman," "Ghostbusters" and "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse."
HBO Max's "Selena + Chef" will see singer-actress Selena Gomez cook alongside several L.A. chefs, including Nancy Silverton, Nyesha Arrington and Roy Choi.
Ashton Kutcher and Jay Leno joined other A-list celebs in publicly supporting embattled TV host Ellen DeGeneres, but Rachel Bloom has a different take.
A woman files suit Wednesday alleging that the rapper sexually assaulted her at a party in Encino in June.
The African American Film Critics Assn. announces the winners of its AAFCA TV Honors awards. The virtual ceremony will air Aug. 22.
A reimagining of the iconic '90s Nickelodeon series "The Ren & Stimpy Show" is headed to Comedy Central.
Photographer Brian Bowen Smith's planned photo book, "Drivebys," will document portraits of American pandemic life — shot through his truck window during an epic cross-country road trip.
Using a large-format camera in the front seat of his car, photographer Ian Byers-Gamber is taking portraits of L.A. artists during the pandemic.
Former "Saturday Night Live" head writer Paula Pell comes to Quibi with "Mapleworth Murders," a short-form, star-studded spin on "Murder, She Wrote."
Filmmakers Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau delve into "Immigration Nation," their shocking Netflix docuseries about ICE, immigrants and a broken system.