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Michael Dante DiMartino said Netflix’s upcoming series would not be what he and co-creator Bryan Konietzko “had envisioned or intended to make.”
Netflix and Peacock boasted some of the best virtual panels by offering new looks at a variety of interesting projects.
More of a primer for the uninitiated, the film still has something to say about how race relations have changed over 30 years.
Netflix, HBO, and Disney’s fleet of networks battle for TV supremacy in dozens of hotly contested races. [Updated August 12]
Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg resurrected an iconic ’90s movie for an inappropriate-yet-timely musical satire.
Find out how to watch Seasons 1 and 2 of the irreverent comic book series on Amazon Prime Video.
The movie that brought Herzog to the masses — as a voice, a meme, and a movie star — came together in an equally unlikely fashion.
A new report from Kansas City weekly The Pitch alleges that the theater chain has continued to ignore a litany of abuse allegations, which company brass have offered a new response to.
Exclusive: The filmmaker’s latest documentary, premiering at the Bentonville Film Festival this week, addresses one of the country’s greatest health crises.
Availability is extremely limited, but the store is also offering a call-in movie-recommendation service and has an online shop full of Blockbuster swag.
Apple TV+ has greenlit a new animated series based on the tween spy created in 1964 by author Louise Fitzhugh.
NFL training camp life will always be a little unknowable, but this year’s looks at the Chargers and Rams have the same safety questions that everyone else in America is facing.