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“Kate Plays Christine” director Robert Greene returns with a fascinating and dream-like mosaic about a forgotten American tragedy.
He’ll be joined by musical guest Miley Cyrus on May 8. Here’s how to tune in.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is in serious trouble, and the industry’s top brass is pulling ever back from the beleaguered organization.
Coppola teams with her trusted DP Philippe Le Sourd to introduce New York City ballet’s first-ever virtual gala.
Stan and James will take on the iconic ’90s duo (and their wild romance) for the upcoming Hulu series from “I, Tonya” director Craig Gillespie.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association says it can be different. So far, Time’s Up, Netflix, and a coalition of press agents aren’t buying it.
The Oscar nominee wound up moderating a Clubhouse room dominated by hate speech earlier this week.
If you’re a still photographer, this list was tailor-made for you.
Animation supervisor Alan Hawkins created a new kind of shape-shifting robot with the Pal Max Prime, empowering the team at Sony Pictures Imageworks.
Rob McElhenney, Megan Ganz, and Charlie Day make bold choices, mostly for the better, in a new season that’s addictive and rewarding in equal measure.
It feels more like a truce than a return to mutually enhancing cooperation, but studios and chains seem to have agreed to rules for now.
The streaming adaptation of Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s comic books is a mess of over-generalizations and jumbled storytelling.
This collection of dramas, thrillers, and comedies are available on Blu-ray in addition to streaming on your favorite platforms.