This is our ‘Barbie’ era: From a dream house to Margot Robbie and Issa Rae Barbie dolls
Plus, “Sam Now,” a powerful documentary about the filmmaker’s search for his stepmother; and “Hollywood Dreams & Nightmares: The Robert Englund Story,” a deep dive into the career of the horror icon.
Who are the people shaping our culture? Amy Kaufman examines the lives of icons, underdogs and rising stars. Within a span of a few months, Elliot Page became the most famous transgender man in the world. Page’s visibility means that he shoulders the weight of a roiling, often very ugly cultural conversation.
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A Times survey tallies the paydays for the heads of Warner Bros. Discovery, Netflix and more. The issue has become a hot topic on picket lines during the writers’ strike.
The wide-open generosity of spirit in Keith Haring’s vivacious work is seen in the Broad’s deft show, which culls together about 120 works that he created between 1982 and 1989.
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Determined not to let the ‘Randall Scandal’ define her, the reality TV star was the first person to smell trouble with the show’s now infamous ‘Scandoval.’
Ex-NFL player thought ‘Shark Tank’ would launch his barbecue empire. It became a nightmare, he says
Restaurateur Al “Bubba” Baker, who was a contestant on the long-running ABC series, claims that he was mistreated by mogul Daymond John, one of the show’s “sharks.”
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Career guide for Hollywood dreamers
Careers in the entertainment industry can be mysterious for those just starting out, and even for those working in the business. The Los Angeles Times brings you explainers and advice for starting and building your career in Hollywood.