Can Louisiana make it two in a row?
"Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" is, likably, a Frankenstein of a movie that stitches together tales from the cultishly beloved 1980s book series, written by Alvin Schwartz and illustrated by Stephen Gammell.
On its surface, "Sword of Trust" seems like just another indie film. Full of improvised dialogue and hot button topics, this short comedy is full of elements that anger snobs.
La Carreta in Ponchatoula will be the backdrop for a segment on the season premiere of ABC's "What Would You Do?" at 8 p.m. Friday.
In the franchise's first spinoff, the makers of "Fast & Furious" have opted to combine two of the series' supporting standouts, Dwayne Johnson's U.S. government agent Luke Hobbs and Jason Statham's former British agent Deckard Shaw, for anothe…
“Something that is loved is never lost,” Toni Morrison wrote in her esteemed 1987 novel, “Beloved.”
Filming for the movie "10 Double Zero" won't take place as scheduled this week in downtown Baton Rouge, and that gives actor Nicolas Cage's detective character a new case to work on.
The movie "10 Double Zero" starring Nicolas Cage was set to start filming in downtown Baton Rouge next week, but those plans have reportedly been postponed.
I was in middle school when “Veronica Mars” was airing live on The CW’s froggy predecessor, The WB. The show originally ran for three seasons before being canceled, and in 2014, a Kickstarter campaign funded a movie sequel. It took until I was in …
For its 11th year, the Baton Rouge Irish Film Festival will showcase 11 short films on Friday and five feature-length films on Saturday. Three of those features are regional premieres.
Fortunately or unfortunately, many residents have witnessed their selfless work first-hand in Louisiana, Texas, Florida and North Carolina.
Baton Rouge chef Jay Ducote did what many past competitors on Food Network's "Beat Bobby Flay" still dream of — outdoing the show's star in his own kitchen.
Baton Rouge native Gillian Sonnier and the two lead characters in "Good Trouble" have something in common: They all headed to Los Angeles to pursue their dreams after completing their education.
As Americans mark the golden anniversary of that "giant leap for mankind" on Saturday, TV networks are giving them a lot of space-related programming all month.
New Orleans native Patricia Clarkson is one of six nominees for an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the HBO series "Sharp Objects," it was announced Tuesday morning.
I would love to make this a “Joe Keery’s Hair Appreciation Column,” but that would do a disservice to the rest of the amazing cast, the production and the cinematography of Netflix’s sci-fi horror series “Stranger Things” — it would also be a diss…
Outside of a few titles, this year's summer movies have underwhelmed. One look at the box office is depressing. You get to choose from reboots of "Shaft," "Men in Black" and "Child's Play," alongside the five Disney movies that are playing.
Louisiana's American Idol Laine Hardy is in the nation's capital to sing for PBS' "A Capitol Fourth" on Thursday night.
Actor-singer John Schneider and longtime girlfriend Alicia Allain exchanged wedding vows in Holden on Tuesday, People magazine reports.
Over the first three seasons of USA’s hit series “Queen of the South," star Alice Braga was chased by drug lords through Mexico, Texas and Arizona while gradually turning the tables on those at the head of the cartels.
When Peter Jackson was tasked by the BBC and the Imperial War Museum with making a film about World War I in time for the centennial of the Armistice that ended the Great War, the director wanted to avoid presenting the material as a simple, dry h…
It's futile to ask "why more" in the movie business, but it's hard not to go in a little suspicious of a fourth "Toy Story." The trilogy was so perfect.
Just a few hours after "An American Idol Story: Laine Hardy - Episode 1" was posted on YouTube on Friday, it had already surpassed 12,000 views.
"Once that patient says 'thank you,' you've done your job," the EMS team member says in a preview clip for “First Responders Live.”
On the heels of his performance at the Embassy of Italy in Washington, D.C., on June 6, Louisiana's American Idol Laine Hardy will be returning to the nation's capital to sing for PBS' "A Capitol Fourth."
Its members live in Atlanta, but the food will be authentic Creole and Cajun when NOLA Creations joins eight other teams on the new season of Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race."
The miraculous concert documentary “Amazing Grace” acts as a sublime tribute to the great Aretha Franklin.
By all accounts, it seems, you can take Laine Hardy out of the country but you can't take the country out of Hardy.
On the heels of Louisiana's Laine Hardy winning the "American Idol" title on May 19, "Idol" auditions will return to Baton Rouge on Aug. 25, ABC announced Monday.
Two years of college and one leg surgery later, Matthew Deloch is returning to the "So You Think You Can Dance" stage.