Outside, fans mourned the passing of a sports legend — while inside the music industry anointed a new superstar.
The best thing I can say for the Grammys — arguably the televised awards show that’s least representative of the quality of the art it purports to celebrate — is that watching the Grammys has become an annual reminder of how little music we share.
What happens in Vegas … stays in Vegas for three weeks.
The nominations for the 62nd annual Grammy Awards that will be handed out Sunday provide a window into now, the artists that defined 2019: Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Rosalia, Lil Nas X. The trouble with “now” is making it last.
Grammy grumbling is a time-honored tradition.
Oscar-winning producer Harvey Weinstein, when not preening on red carpets across the globe, became a vicious sexual predator targeting defenseless women with no concern beyond his own twisted pleasure, a Manhattan prosecutor alleged during opening arguments Wednesday.
Alicia Keys is wasting no time promoting her upcoming seventh studio album, “Alicia,” which will be released March 20.
With an energetic sizzle reel proclaiming “Our stories are your stories,” Apple TV+ on Sunday made its first-ever appearance at the Television Critics Association press tour.
The LA museum, scheduled to open in 2022, will come to fruition after a lengthy, contentious and ultimately thwarted attempt on behalf of Lucas and Hobson to build a museum in San Francisco, followed by a similar impasse in Chicago.
An obscure hip-hop artist says one of Ariana Grande’s biggest hits had a familiar ring to it.
Starring Rex Harrison, “Doctor Dolittle” was a notoriously doomed production, troubled by quarantined animals, Harrison’s behavior and a budget that ballooned three times its size.
After turning in the first two greatly beloved, operatically souped-up action opuses in the “Bad Boys” franchise, everyone’s favorite gearhead maximalist auteur Michael Bay is no longer behind the camera for the third, “Bad Boys for Life” (though he is in front of it, briefly).
While we’ll be spending plenty of time in the next few weeks talking about the big winners — wow, those voters really liked “Joker,” which led the pack with 11 nominations — let’s devote a bit of time to that most delightful Oscars tradition: complaining about the snubs.
When movie fans check out the annual Oscar showcases at two major theater chains, AMC and Regal, the lineup of all the best picture nominees will be incomplete.
It’s the circle of life.