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    • C2_01907_R2(l-r.) Jacob 'Stitch' Duran as Stitch-Cutman,

      ‘Creed II’

      Michael B. Jordan’s ferocious performance anchors a sequel that’s rousing and effective, but lacks the powerful punch of “Creed.”

    • Robin Hood

      ‘Robin Hood’

      An action-heavy, retrofitted-for-youth “Robin Hood” shouldn’t work, but it’s more honest fun than recent versions.

    • DIRTY JOHN -- Eric Bana as

      ‘Dirty John’

      As “Dirty John” proves, good storytelling in one medium doesn’t necessarily make sense in another.

    • Queen America

      ‘Queen America’

      Catherine Zeta-Jones stars in “Queen America,” a cruel black comedy set in the Oklahoma pageant scene.

    • The Kominsky Method Review

      ‘The Kominsky Method’

      “Kominsky Method” is meant for network TV both in format and message: that not only is changing with the times hard, it’s not worth it.

    • Patricia Arquette as Tilly in Escape

      ‘Escape at Dannemora’

      Patricia Arquette makes “Dannemora” worth sticking with, even as the show’s running time grows punishing.

    • King Kong review

      ‘King Kong’

      It’s all about the 2,000-pound gorilla in the room, and this visually dazzling production delivers big time despite a stylistic mishmash.

    • Beetlejuice review musical

      ‘Beetlejuice’

      This overstuffed, crude musical version of “Beetlejuice,” now playing in D.C., needs a lot of work before it hits Broadway.

    • American Son review

      ‘American Son’

      It’s hard to take your eyes off Kerry Washington in this gripping new play about a woman waiting for news of her missing son.

    • The Waverly Gallery

      ‘The Waverly Gallery’

      Elaine May returns to Broadway with a warm, sensitive, good-humored performance in Kenneth Lonergan’s play.

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Inclusion Summit - November 15

Variety’s 2018 Inclusion Summit brings industry leaders and innovators supporting diversity in film, TV and digital media together to discuss the many facets of making equal representation an uncompromising pillar of entertainment. All our conversation is missing is you.

Confirmed Speakers

  • Barry Jenkins
    Filmmaker (If Beale Street Could Talk, Moonlight)
  • Eva Longoria
    Actor/Director/Producer (Gran Hotel)
  • Diego Luna
    Actor/Director/Producer (Narcos: Mexico)

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