After moving into his childhood home on Chicago’s South Side, Grammy Award–winning rapper Che “Rhymefest” Smith hesitantly sets out to reconnect with his estranged father, the man who abandoned him over twenty years ago.
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A gentle look at the improv group that changed Broadway forever, Andrew Fried’s doc is the perfect accompaniment for “Hamilton” on Disney+.
Michael Imperioli says “Sopranos” fans are most angry with his character for sitting on a dog and killing it.
The Lynn Shelton “Of a Certain Age” Grant will be awarded each year to a U.S.-based woman or non-binary filmmaker, age 39 or older, who has yet to direct a narrative feature.
Two years after admitting she regrets acting in “The Help,” Davis remains just as critical of the Oscar-winning drama.
The film set records at Sundance after Hulu and Neon spent over $17.5 million for distribution rights.
“The Mandalorian” director and “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” creator Dave Filoni is bringing his talents to the upcoming Disney+ series.
The director tells IndieWire how the lessons learned on one superhero project helped set her up for her biggest success yet.
“Game of Thrones” ensured there’s no longer a gap in VFX quality between high-end features and episodic TV.
“Gender equity in my company would mean we’d have to hire more men,” said Chris Nee, who is swiftly becoming the Ryan Murphy of kids TV.
Led by Charlize Theron and “Trolls,” this was the first weekend in which most of the top movies on VOD never saw a theatrical release.
Wong’s endorsement of a revival plan comes just as theaters in the region close once again.
The sketch comedy actress reflects on the significance of her groundbreaking series on HBO.