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Wednesday marks the fifth anniversary of the death of musical icon Prince, and the world has not felt the same since he left us.
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 9:11 pm
Hulu has some legen--waitforit--dary news for those missing "How I Met Your Mother."
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 5:52 pm
When the "Army of the Dead" trailer dropped last week, fans were quick to notice how sexy comedian Tig Notaro looked in the preview.
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 4:29 pm
Kim Kardashian West may be a tad bit late to the "Bridgerton" fan community, but she's all in now.
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 2:20 pm
Chrissy Teigen is not only back on Twitter after taking a bit of a break, but she's also breaking news about her friendship circle.
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 1:55 pm
Musician Ezra Furman has revealed she is a trans woman and a mother, telling fans she is "very proud" to "have come to know it and be able to say it."
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 9:49 am
Apple has kindly given us our first sneak peek at the second season of "Ted Lasso."
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 6:45 pm
Kate Winslet has revealed that her daughter Mia Threapleton was able to "slip under the radar" and follow in her mother's acting footsteps without people knowing the pair are related.
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 3:50 pm
Before the Grammys, producer Ben Winston -- eyeing recent history for such events during this pandemic year -- conceded that he was anticipating a major rating decline, a prediction that came true.
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 3:19 pm
In years past unless you made it to a theater multiple times, you probably didn't get a chance to see all the films nominated for best picture at the Oscars.
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 12:17 am
"Cruel Summer" is set in the 1990s and shares its name with a Bananarama song from the '80s, but its bingeable qualities make it nicely suited to the 2020s. How well that will translate to Freeform, the Disney-owned cable network, could be another matter, but this time-twisting soap opera certainly doesn't suffer from a lack of narrative ambition.
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 8:38 pm
The nominations are in and "WandaVision" has come out on top.
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 8:30 pm
The Academy of Country Music Awards, celebrating the best in country music, are being presented Sunday.
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 2:13 pm
The "Downton Abbey" film is getting the band back together.
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 1:49 pm
There's no one way for documentary fare to acknowledge Earth Day, but the programs generally fall into one or more of four distinct buckets in regard to the health of the planet: Depressing, vaguely hopeful, star-studded, and celebrating the natural world to highlight what we might be losing.
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 1:40 pm
"Annette," a musical starring Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver will open the 2021 Cannes Film Festival on July 6.
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 1:30 pm
Taylor Swift stays making records and breaking records.
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 12:21 pm
Sound designer Nicolas Becker discusses how he created a unique auditory experience for Oscar-nominated "Sound of Metal" -- a film about a drummer losing his hearing.
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 12:05 pm
Lizzo is feeling good as hell after Chris Evans replied to her flirty message.
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 10:57 am
Pop and rock stars are planning a global broadcast and streaming special to support equal vaccine distribution.
Posted on 17 April 2021 | 6:10 pm
We just may be seeing Aidan Shaw's face again.
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 2:05 pm
Small towns harbor big secrets in prestige TV, and so it is in "Mare of Easttown," a showcase for Kate Winslet that resembles "Broadchurch" in the broad strokes, before establishing its own distinct personality. Slow to start, the limited series gains momentum while mostly providing Winslet a fine star vehicle a decade after her Emmy-winning turn in HBO's "Mildred Pierce."
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 8:44 pm
Marvel Comics was built on titles with a 60-year history, like Fantastic Four, Spider-Man and the Hulk. But some of the characters recently getting attention and lighting up social media have names like Sharon Carter, Jimmy Woo and the Dora Milaje.
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 3:31 pm
If the Oscars needed a general theme this year beyond just honoring the best in movies, the closure of the Arclight and Pacific cinema chain has perhaps given them one: Spread the message to save theaters.
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 8:23 pm
Melissa McCarthy teams up with husband Ben Falcone again on "Thunder Force," a comedic dud that's aptly titled, since it makes loud noises without really needing to be seen. The one thing unlikely to be heard during this Netflix superhero spoof is a whole lot of laughter.
Posted on 9 April 2021 | 2:25 pm
Even taking acknowledged creative liberties, the true story at the core of "The Serpent" sinks its teeth into you, chronicling a murder spree by a slick con man, and the unlikely diplomat whose determined efforts helped apprehend him. Anchored by Tahar Rahim ("The Mauritanian"), the eight-part series drags in places, but gradually becomes the kind of binge that those who get drawn in might well consume in a weekend.
Posted on 2 April 2021 | 1:56 pm
Posted on 30 March 2021 | 11:18 am
Wonder Woman, Mulan and now Black Widow have all been enlisted to help power streaming services. Yet despite that high-profile roster of heroes, it's a battle the studios deploying them appear somewhat conflicted about winning.
Posted on 26 March 2021 | 1:26 pm
After Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso, "Genius: Aretha" is both the most commercial and the best installment of this National Geographic anthology series, powered by Cynthia Erivo's "give her all the awards now" performance as the Queen of Soul. Flitting around in time and covering a great deal of ground, the production earns a big helping of R-E-S-P-E-C-T to all concerned.
Posted on 19 March 2021 | 2:22 pm
A fascinating historical meeting of the minds provides the foundation for Regina King's impressive feature film directorial debut in "One Night in Miami," a creative extrapolation about Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke coming together in 1964. It's a small but riveting movie, anchored by a quartet of knockout performances.
Posted on 8 January 2021 | 3:25 pm