Two drifters bum around, visit earthy women and discuss opening a car wash in Pittsburgh.
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We’re not even at the quarter mark of the year, but there are already an overwhelming number of shows making a good case for your TV attention.
Hart says it’s important to give people the chance to grow, adding, “The only way you grow up is from f*cking up.”
Rachel McAdams, Natalie Portman, and Kirsten Dunst were all pursued for “Prada” ahead of Hathaway.
Ahead of Tuesday’s Annecy festival premiere, director Natalie Nourigat discussed animating raccoons, tough love parenting, and her attachment to Oregon.
Julianna Margulies and Hasan Minhaj are two of the new cast members joining the Apple series in Season 2.
“A Quiet Place Part II” returned to the top spot amid weak openers in the ongoing struggle for theaters to recover.
Cooper and del Toro talk shooting the show biz noir out of order, before and after the pandemic, and how the experience brought them closer together.
The series tagline may be “Welcome to the ordeal” — but the ordeal is a welcome one.
“It’s like you’re on an escalator into a cloud with him,” Theroux said. “You never know where the escalator lets off.”
Paquin played Rogue opposite Jackman as Wolverine in a shoot she described as challenging for the Aussie star.
Tribeca: Kirby puts a warm spin on Scarlett Johansson’s “Under the Skin” performance as an amnesiac investigating an alien NYC.
A new Tribeca documentary reconsiders the legacy of Clark’s portrait of debauched New York teens, which took a toll on its young stars.