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05/12/21 11:10 PM
“We never set out to make a television series that was going to last 18 seasons."View Entire Post ›
05/13/21 3:26 PM
Caleb Kennedy is out of the Top 5 on "American Idol" and has apologized for a video that shows him with someone wearing a Ku Klux Klan-style hood.
05/13/21 5:02 AM
16-year-old American Idol finalist Caleb Kennedy has dropped out of the show after a video of him standing next to someone wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood went viral. Kennedy shared the following statement to his Instagram. "Hey y'all, this is gonna be a bit of a surprise but I am no longer gonna be on ...
05/13/21 2:05 PM
"Army of the Dead" basically skips straight to "the Snyder cut" phase, since co-writer/director/cinematographer Zack Snyder clearly felt little pressure to cut in assembling this 2 ½-hour zombie/heist hybrid. The result is a Netflix movie that yields plenty of striking shots -- a Snyder specialty -- without giving enough life to its non-zombie cast.
05/13/21 5:02 AM
Weeks ago, Bachelor star Colton Underwood came out as gay on national television -- he says he was blackmailed to come out. "I'll just say it," he said. "I, at one point, during my rock bottom and spiral, was getting blackmailed. Nobody knows I was blackmailed," he told Variety. He said that ...
03/26/21 1:26 PM
Wonder Woman, Mulan and now Black Widow have all been enlisted to help power streaming services. Yet despite that high-profile roster of heroes, it's a battle the studios deploying them appear somewhat conflicted about winning.
05/15/21 1:04 PM
The drama, which Netflix deemed its "biggest series ever," is about to get even bigger.
05/13/21 2:45 PM
The reunion special will feature a slew of all-star guests, including Reese Witherspoon, Justin Bieber, Malala Yousafzai, Mindy Kaling and Lady Gaga.
05/14/21 1:32 PM
"Halston" follows the familiar rise-and-fall structure of cinematic biographies — think "Citizen Kane," only with more sex, better clothes and disco. Yet what really defines this style-over-substance miniseries, other than Ewan McGregor's no-holds-barred performance, are its insights regarding the tension between art and commerce.
05/07/21 2:48 PM
In the spirit of Billy Crystal's last directing effort for the baseball movie "61*," "Here Today" serves up slow pitches for Crystal and Tiffany Haddish to knock out of the park, delivering another comedic odd couple with carefully massaged heart. As thin star showcases go, it's an occasionally effective bit of comfort food, arriving as theaters reopen and served with a generous side of schmaltz.