With "Watchmen" and "The Cuban," the 84-year-old Oscar winner has found roles that make up for years of industry neglect.
Everyone is talking about "cancel culture," but what exactly is it and why are so many famous public figures afraid of it?
As prominent events are postponed or canceled in light of the coronavirus, out-of-work stylists are trying to maintain solid footing in an ever-murky industry.
It often takes decades for disabled actors to break into the entertainment industry. But why?
"If we’re going to be outraged by injustice, let’s be outraged by injustice against anyone," the six-time NBA champion wrote.
With the Alicia Silverstone comedy turning 25, Heckerling has achieved a zen about her career's ups and downs: "You’ve got to put your hands over your ears."
The "X-Men" and "Monster's Ball" star apologized and vowed "to promote better representation" in Hollywood moving forward.
“Cop shows glorify police.” The widely popular TV crime genre that uses policing as entertainment has been taking a toll on Black and brown communities.
The Oscar winner's fierce declaration reemerged on social media to turbocharge calls for equity in Hollywood.
The nominal steps by shows like "30 Rock," "Scrubs," "Family Guy" and "The Simpsons" to address racism feel like empty gestures.