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Berlin: Tina Turner has told her story more times than she ever wanted. She hopes this rousing documentary is the final word.
The “Game of Thrones” actress will appear in the upcoming “Star Wars” show alongside Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen.
Spike Lee’s latest project is billed as an “epic chronicle of life, loss, and survival” spanning the last 20 years in New York City.
No need for screeners: Golden Globes winners “Minari,” “I Care a Lot,” “Nomadland,” and “The United States vs. Billie Holliday” are all available at home.
Following rumors that HBO Max is developing a sequel to “Batman: The Animated Series,” the “Batman Beyond” team is also looking for a revival.
A fun time-loop actioner that pulls its punches ever so slightly — even Mel Gibson as the villain isn’t as unhinged as he could be.
Sony Pictures Imageworks pushed beyond “Into the Spider-Verse” experimentation for Fei-Fei, Chang’e, and the Lunarians.
Nielsen’s early numbers put the 78th Golden Globes on track to be the lowest-rated event in the show’s history.
The director knew her “Lost in Translation” star was perfect to portray the roguish art-dealer dad. “He’s so lovable, he can make it palatable. I loved seeing his flawed side.”
Berlin: Maria Schrader’s new dramedy isn’t perfect, but Stevens and Maren Egert help bring a subtle twist to a familiar premise.
“Ruth: Justice Ginsburg in Her Own Words” offers a different way to interact with the legendary Supreme Court justice.
The full-fledged, in-person event won’t return until 2022, but organizers are planning a smaller event in San Diego in November.