What will win at the Oscars?

AP film writers Coyle and Bahr share their predictions ahead of the 96th ceremony on March 10

Rebirth of a beloved Final Fantasy game

The second chapter in VII’s remake trilogy refreshes the original’s script, and offers improved graphics and an open world.

Liner Notes: Willie hits the road with Dylan as Coldplay dominates the touring charts

Check out your favorite amphitheater’s website and you’ll see a lot of those calendars filling up.

Pain, sweat and sandworms

Butler, Chalamet and the rest of the cast rise to the challenge of making 2nd chapter in ambitious and visionary ‘Dune’ franchise

Liner Notes: ‘Prelude to Ecstasy’ as appetizing as The Last Dinner Party’s early singles

One of today’s buzziest indie bands has a sound almost impossibly all its own on the group’s debut album.

Some video game actors are letting AI clone their voices. They just don't want it to replace them

As video game worlds get more expansive, some game studios are experimenting with AI tools to give voice to a potentially unlimited number of characters and conversations. It also saves time and money on the “vocal scratch” recordings game developers use as placeholders to test scenes and scripts. The response from professional actors has been mixed.

Michael Cera came of age on-screen. Now he’s all grown up.

As the ever-boyish actor Cera matures, his cinematic personas — from “Life and Beth” to “Barbie” — follow suit.

Liner Notes: Searching for 2024’s ‘Fast Car’

Who could follow in Luke Combs’ footsteps and strike gold with a 35-year-old song?

Tekken 8 continues to play to its strengths

The latest entry in the campy fighting franchise is visually impressive and newcomer-friendly.

Gaynor on ‘I Will Survive’: ‘That song, for me, is the core of my purpose, which is to bring hope, encouragement, inspiration and empowerment to people’

The musical artist discusses her Grammy-winning song’s legacy, her move from disco to gospel, her new documentary film and her upcoming album.