As a musician used to working on the fringes of popular culture, Antonio Sanchez never anticipated that his skills as an improvisational jazz drummer would lead to Hollywood. Then director Alejandro González Iñárritu came along.
At the Armenian American camp Meline Toumani attended each summer in Massachusetts, she and her fellow campers knew exactly what bonded them as a people. And no, it wasn't just their adult-sized noses, at least one of which elicited the nickname "Gonzo" back at school.
Like a bright yellow Hummer in a sea of gray Priuses, there's nothing subtle about Pitbull.
Comedian Russell Peters hasn't been punched in the face. Yet.
Aligning yourself with respected and beloved artists is one way to draw attention to your otherwise unremarkable new record. Documenting how it was made on a premium cable channel is another.
It's space travel vs. robots at this weekend’s box office, and so far, the astronauts are winning.
Nasir Jones' rise from the housing projects of Queensbridge in New York to the top of the rap game is at the center of the film "Nas: Time Is Illmatic." The documentary celebrates the 20th anniversary of the prolific emcee's debut, "Illmatic," widely considered one of the best rap albums ever...
If it bleeds it leads in the fictional newsroom of director Dan Gilroy’s “Nightcrawler.” Fear is an invaluable commodity at KWLA 6, a local Los Angeles news station struggling to pull in ratings post-CNN, Facebook, TMZ, Twitter and everything else that’s rendered...