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After a phenomenal first season, Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, and Jen Statsky discuss growing pains and where the show goes in Season 2.
“In trying to paint a mosaic of this community, we fell short,” said Miranda in response to backlash over the film’s light-skinned casting.
It will be hard to sell Batman toys if Batman is having sex, at least according to DC.
Home-viewing action, at least as reported, isn’t as intense as at theaters right now. But the maneuvering may be just as important.
Tribeca: With Ronda Rousey lying low and Gina Carano not lying low enough, boxer Kali Reis is here to show other fighters how to act.
Brewster has her “fingers crossed” that an all-female “Fast & Furious” movie gets made.
AFC Richmond was always written to be a diverse team of players from around the globe, and casting choices just altered the characters’ countries of origin.
Here’s a blast from the past that retro gamers have been looking for.
Tribeca: The “Orphan” star turns in a staggeringly tense performance in Lauren Hadaway’s athletic drama turned character study.
The Oscars and Emmys are trying to find separate identities. These days, that’s hard, as the awards race goes on all year long.
Davies talks the ’80s-set HBO Max AIDS drama, and why telling the story of the early days of the epidemic matters in 2021.
Barry Jenkins knew that he wanted “The Underground Railroad” to feature “real trains with real people and a real tunnel.”