A young man is rocked by two announcements from his elderly father: that he has terminal cancer, and that he has a young male lover.
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The story of how Mike Mills became a de facto member of his favorite band and — with Alicia Vikander’s help — redefined the visual album.
For seasoned YouTubers, vlogging newbies, and everything in between.
A.J. Finn’s hit novel was already a shameless “Rear Window” ripoff, but Joe Wright’s Netflix movie starring Amy Adams loses everything that made it interesting.
This chronicle of life during the 2020 season offers plenty of valuable insights into everything that was happening away from the court.
Disney won’t commit to a distribution strategy beyond the current fiscal year; its three-pronged release strategy experiment continues.
Smart’s starring role is all the reason you need to tear through the “Broad City” team’s new series, but there’s even more to admire once you do.
Bautista says Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic allowed moviegoers to finally “see past my physicality.”
The Danish star is grateful to mix franchise villains with deeper roles. Also: Why Leonardo Di Caprio will have to do the “Another Round” remake without him.
Classic movie lovers and TCM aficionados will enjoy this selection of classic movies, Golden Age biographies, and more gifts.
Stock up now before the movie comes out in September.
The Golden Globes are gone (for now) and it’s time for the Emmy Awards to make the move to update its calendar.
After pivoting the 2021 event into a successful hybrid version, the annual January event is preparing to do the same in 2022.
After the heartbreak of “Justice League,” the Snyders turned to Netflix for “Army of the Dead.” Deborah Snyder says it’s the right fit.