The producers of “The Conjuring” and “Stranger Things” developed a new horror film just in time for spooky season.
“There’s Someone Inside Your House” follows a group of Nebraska high schoolers as they navigate the dangers of a loose serial killer determined to make them pay for their secrets.
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“She’s All That” is adapting to the modern decade.
Netflix is bringing the 1999 rom-com to the era of social media through its remake, “He’s All That.” Releasing Friday, the film follows teenage influencer Padgett Sawyer’s (Addison Rae) attempt to transform her high school’s outcast, Cameron Kweller (Tanner Buchanan), into prom king.
Pixar’s “Soul” encompassed the beauty of life with the help of Jeremy Slome and Searit Huluf.
The alumni were the associate postproduction supervisor and cultural consultant, respectively, on “Soul,” a film following Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx) – a struggling New York jazz musician – on his journey back to Earth after a tragic accident sent his soul to the cosmic Great Beyond.
If you blend a vibrator, broken records and a sprinkle of love, you get the 25th premiere of “The Bachelor.”
Just two weeks after “The Bachelorette” finale, the new season of “The Bachelor” premiered Monday on ABC.
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Just like Ross and Rachel, everyone needs a break.
Alumna Samantha Mannis is combining her love for the TV show “Friends” and her passion for writing in one book, hoping to alleviate the stress that she said is associated with adulting.
From the costumes to the choreography, “The Masked Singer” allows creative minds to push their artistic limits.
On the Fox reality show, A-list celebrities mask their identities through extravagant costumes while viewers attempt to guess who they are based on vocal performances and subtle hints.
The UCLA film program – like many programs across campus – must celebrate students’ work virtually.
Throughout the year, seniors in the undergraduate and graduate film programs work on their thesis films, which are long-term projects students focus on to fulfill their graduation requirements.
The Music Club at UCLA’s “Telephone Jam” is passing music through the phone.
Composed of both students and alumni, participants in the project were randomly separated into groups of four to work on their own original track.
The Disney Parks may be closed, but their magic still spreads through UCLA’s new Disney Club.
Spencer Beck, a third-year English and psychology student, founded the newest incarnation of UCLA’s Disney Club this year as she said she wanted its magic to be present on campus.
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