It’s true: Josh Gad is bringing together the Fellowship from Middle-earth.
LOS ANGELES — The last time director-producer Frank Marshall remembers one of his movie projects being shut down for this long was in 1983, when Harrison Ford suffered a spinal disc herniation while filming “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.” Ford was knocked out of commission for nearly six weeks while he recovered from the painful, stunt-related injury.
One of Led Zeppelin’s acclaimed concert films is coming to a personal screen near you.
Prince Dance Institute has achieved the impossible by mounting a live performance with over 50 students ages 9 to 45, streaming individually from their own homes using the web conferencing application Zoom.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard this week announced 20 finalists in the 2020 Kaha Kii Congressional Art Competition and launched a People’s Choice contest on her official Facebook page, where the public can select their favorite pieces.
“The New Mutants” finally has a new release date. Again.
CHICAGO — Like virtually everyone else who spent time around Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls during their glory years, actor Bill Murray is watching ESPN’s “The Last Dance” closely.
No one at this point can answer when live performance will come back. Not the medical experts. Not theater owners and producers. And not the unions that represent the creative professionals whose livelihoods are in a state of suspended animation.
British actor Brenock O’Connor was in the departure lounge at Kennedy Airport in Queens a month ago, waiting to fly back to London, when he got the call.
NEW YORK — The coronavirus has wiped out plans to bring tens of thousand of people to the U.S. Capitol for the annual Memorial Day weekend concert shown on PBS, but organizers are pressing ahead went a revamped event.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to cancellations of concerts and the shuttering of music venues large and small — but it can’t stop the music.
The votes are in! The finalists for this year’s 43rd annual Na Hoku Hanohano Awards include names from among Hawaii’s most talented musicians, songwriters and producers. On this year’s final ballot are the top five artists, singles or albums in 36 different categories selected by more than 500 members of the Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts (HARA).