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A few key purchases, including projector, screen, speaker, and fire pit, will transform your yard into the outdoor theater of your dreams.
The Philadelphia event has become an annual celebration of cinema arts not only of Africa and its diaspora, but also of global communities of color.
Momoa was “bummed” by The New York Times asking if he regrets “Game of Thrones.”
The Vin Diesel action franchise dominates homes after five weeks in theaters; the more acclaimed “In the Heights” and “Zola” fare less well.
Celebrate the late director’s birthday by picking up some of his film favorites.
FX on Hulu’s episodic anthology spin-off of FX’s popular seasonal anthology franchise feels like using fumes to create a fire.
A long-running PBS series, a nature doc, two intimate portraits — one of a person, the other a city — and “Allen v. Farrow” give Emmy voters a disparate field for their final decision.
No matter what kind of TV you like, Amazon Prime has something to keep you entertained.
Amazon’s “Rings” carries a $450-million production budget, making it the most expensive season of TV ever made.
Stephen Daldry directs this well-reviewed pandemic film about a couple re-evaluating their marriage during lockdown.
“Family Guy” has been a staple of Fox’s animation slate since 1999.
An R rating was just one of the filmmaker’s big asks to Warner Bros., but while he’s pleased with the outcome, don’t expect his next “Guardians of the Galaxy” film to also get the same adult-skewing stamp.