Bring on the black leather, big hair and bad-boy attitude — "The Dirt" has arrived on Netflix.
Cartoonist Caesar Meadows often works in miniature. He creates postage stamp-size “micro-comics” and rolls with ‘tit Rex, the shoebox parade.
It was August 2005, and Ciera Payton was home for summer break from the University of North Carolina's School of the Arts.
It will be a most excellent summer in New Orleans — really, despite the heat — when Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves arrive in the city to reprise their iconic roles as William "Bill" S. Preston Esq. and Theodore "Ted" Logan in "Bill & Ted Face th…
It's the 40th anniversary of TV's "The Dukes of Hazzard," and star John Schneider is celebrating his 59th birthday.
Tom Smith, star of Discovery's "Misfit Garage," will appear at the first Slam’d & Cam’d Car Show at Raising Cane’s River Center on July 13.
First, she pursued a medical degree, then earned a business diploma. But it was in the kitchen that Jordan Kanouse found her dream career.
New Orleans cosmetologist Shira Tran will be one of 20 contestants on the new MTV reality series, "Double Shot at Love with DJ Pauly D and Vinny."
Ashton Gill, of Livingston, auditioned on "American Idol" Sunday night and she brought a friend, specifically her brother's best friend, Laine Hardy.
For years, Zeitgeist Theatre & Lounge proprietor Rene Broussard has wanted to do regularly scheduled children’s programming.
As Dean Winchester in “Supernatural,” Jensen Ackles has been possessed by the Archangel Michael, turned into a demon and almost a vampire, and had the mark of Cain put on him. He has died and been resurrected an estimated 111 times, and has been t…
Baton Rouge native and New Orleans pastry chef Jordan Kanouse will compete on the new season of Food Network's "Spring Baking Championship."
Terence Blanchard, the much-acclaimed New Orleans-born and -based trumpeter and composer, emerged empty-handed from Sunday night's 91st annual Academy Awards.
WWL-TV chief meteorologist Carl Arredondo realized a long-standing dream a few years ago when he persuaded the station's Mardi Gras live coverage team to costume as the band KISS. Arredondo, a KISS super fan since high school, dressed up as singer…
The man who created the New Orleans Pelicans mascot, King Cake Baby, is suing the movie "Happy Death Day," claiming the movie stole his creation.
Films from French-speaking cultures around the world, including South Louisiana, will receive a rare American screening during the 22nd annual New Orleans French Film Festival, Friday through Feb. 21 at the Prytania Theatre.
Last weekend, the cast for the New Orleans-shot “Happy Death Day 2U” and the film’s director spent Groundhog Day doing publicity for their new movie.
Gators moving down Bourbon Street, slow-running molasses, voodoo rituals and New Orleans mosquitoes. The Big Apple met the Big Easy on Saturday night.
It was a made-to-order two days for fishing along Louisiana's coast. The cerulean skies and deeper blue water against bottle green vegetation amplified these anglers' main motivation for being out there — an effort to save this exquisite-yet-endan…
DERIDDER, La. (AP) — Netflix has bought the rights to a movie set in a century-old southwest Louisiana landmark called the Gothic Hanging Jail, even though it was filmed on the other side of the state.
New Orleans native Patricia Clarkson won a Golden Globe Award for her role in the HBO series "Sharp Objects" during ceremonies Sunday night.
Things get groovy on Saturday night's "Austin City Limits" when New Orleans funk masters Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews & Orleans Avenue, with special guest Cyril Neville, take the stage.
Actress Camille James Harman, a Louisiana native, is currently appearing as former Republican political strategist Mary Matalin in "Vice," which leads the pack with six nominations at this year’s Golden Globes, airing Sunday on NBC. It’s an irreve…
Mads Mikkelsen’s roles as the dark sorcerer in “Dr. Strange” and Imperial scientist in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” more than qualify him for this weekend’s Wizard World New Orleans.
New Orleans native Patricia Clarkson has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her role in the HBO series "Sharp Objects," it was announced Thursday morning.
In October, Tyler Perry announced that he is retiring Madea, the tough, boisterous matriarch that the New Orleans native has portrayed for almost 20 years in a series of stage plays and films.
This holiday season, the movie pipeline is bursting with musicals, superhero action, comedy, earnest biopics and even some out-of-season horror. And that's in addition to the usual remakes and re-imaginings, sequels and spinoffs.
A Grinch of a tornado destroyed most of the Ken and Marybeth Jenkins family's outdoor Christmas decorations days before the 2014 holiday.
For Bre-Z, getting out of the car and making her way to the restaurant Sylvain for an interview and photo shoot on Friday afternoon took a little time.
Filmed in New Orleans and nearby locations in southeast Louisiana, “Green Book” depicts a 1962 tour of the Deep South by African-American concert pianist Don Shirley.
Take a trip back in time this weekend when the entire set of a period movie set in 1939 goes on sale at an Arabi warehouse, 7000 N. Peters Ave., next to the Domino Sugar Refinery.
After nine days of screenings, parties and networking, the New Orleans Film Society’s 29th annual New Orleans Film Festival came to a close on Oct. 25. The jury and audience awards were announced Wednesday, in addition to the winners of the festiv…
It was the last day of filming “City of a Million Dreams: The Untold Story of Funerals in New Orleans,” and as the cast and crew milled about in the early morning sun, Jason Berry stood watching with a mixture of pride and wistfulness.
New Orleans native Aimée Fortier thinks her guest-starring role on Thursday night's "Law & Order: SVU" is about a lot more than a television show.
Glamour galore! Check out photos from New Orleans Film Festival's red carpet. The festival continues through Oct. 25 with screenings at multiple locations and parties.
The 230 films screening at the New Orleans Film Festival include such high-profile awards contenders as “Widows,” “Roma” and “Green Book.” This year’s lineup is also the most diverse in the festival’s 29-year history.