Joss Whedon is a man who multi-tasks. While directing "The Avengers" -- a film he wrote and helped to conceive -- he was also busily tackling Shakespeare. On nights and weekends, Whedon edited and scored his adaptation of "Much Ado About Nothing," a film shot in his own house in just 12 days. "Much Ado" kicks off this year's Seattle International Film Festival.
Former Disney star, "X Factor" judge and chronic truth-teller Demi Lovato is gearing up for another big year, including the release of a new album and another season of sitting next to Simon Cowell. And part of that preparation effort is, it seems, releasing a bunch of headshots.
What are you doing right now? Nothing? Not true. This Buzzfeed video will make you reconsider what you're really doing when you're just sitting at your desk or waiting in traffic.
The Smithsonian Institution is announcing plans for what curators believe is the first exhibition about the visual history of yoga.
Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) kicks off tonight, bringing three weeks of screenings to theaters across the city. But of the almost 450 films, some are more locally-oriented than others. Like Daniel Torok's powerful documentary, "The Otherside," which explores Seattle's burgeoning hip-hop scene.