A group of paramedics receives an emergency call from Arizona, but when they get there, they realize that the victim is on the Mexican side. Training kicks in as they illegally cross the border to help.
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The actor explained why his injury is unlikely to affect his upcoming role as a cattleman on Scorsese’s new production, and mused on America after Trump.
Glenn who? There’s a new live-action Cruella de Vil in town.
The movie was developed by Elizabeth Gabler’s Fox 2000 before the Fox studio was sold to Disney, and produced by then A-lister Scott Rudin.
Catch Season 2 of the Disney+ musical series beginning May 14.
Even with two standout shorts in its latest collection, there’s still plenty more room for this animated series to break free of the box it’s built for itself.
The Scottish actor has a ball embodying the fashion designer who helped redefine American style in a lite limited series that takes a soft look at legacies.
The Viking saga from the director of “The Lighthouse” and “The Witch” is set to open on April 8, 2022.
Lucas’ legacy is a lot bigger than just “Star Wars.”
Rock’s monologue takes hilarious aim at a key “Forrest Gump” character. Here’s how it was inspired by Tarantino’s debut.
The acclaimed duo arrived on the scene this week as full-fledged Emmy disrupters in races previously thought locked up.
HBO’s “Watchmen” included the graphic novel’s squid attack on New York City, but Snyder has yet to see the limited series.
The 10-episode limited series debuted on Prime Video on May 14.