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    • The Beach Bum

      ‘The Beach Bum’

      Harmony Korine is back with another decadent satire, this time featuring Matthew McConaughey as stoner-poet Moondog.

    • 'Diane' Review: Mary Kay Place Is

      ‘Diane’

      Mary Kay Place excels as a regretful boomer who has grown older, but maybe no wiser, in Kent Jones’s haunting first dramatic feature.

    • 'Us'

      ‘Us’

      Jordan Peele veers farther into the dark of America’s collective id, implicating us as our own worst enemies.

    • 'Hotel Mumbai' Review: Terrorist Docudrama Stuns,

      ‘Hotel Mumbai’

      Like rubbernecking at the scene of a global tragedy, the docudrama uneasily re-creates the 2008 Mumbai attacks … to what end?

    • ABBY'S -- "Pilot" Episode 101 --

      ‘Abby’s’

      “Abby’s,” NBC’s new comedy about a cranky bartender and her inner circle of regulars, is aware of the inevitable “Cheers” comparisons.

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      ‘Hanna’

      The filmic achievement of the 2011 movie “Hanna” is what makes Amazon’s new series adaptation so disappointing.

    • The Act Hulu

      ‘The Act’

      Generally, Hulu’s true-crime anthology “The Act” nails what it’s going for — a grotty, nasty, poisonous fable.

    • Be More Chill review

      ‘Be More Chill’

      The Broadway “Be More Chill” feels more even and flows more smoothly than it did Off Broadway.

    • All About Eve review

      ‘All About Eve’

      Ivo van Hove’s stage adaptation fine-tunes its feminism for our own sexist age — image-obsessed, anti-aging, the time of Time’s Up.

    • True West review

      ‘True West’

      Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano star as battling brothers in a disappointing Broadway revival of Sam Shepard’s classic.

    • To Kill a Mockingbird review

      ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

      Jeff Daniels takes on the towering figure of Atticus Finch in Aaron Sorkin’s Broadway adaptation of Harper Lee’s famous novel.

    • 'Devil May Cry 5' is a

      ‘Devil May Cry 5’

      “Devil May Cry 5” shakes off the rust and reminds us why we liked these games, but you have to work to ignore its outdated feel.

    • Bioware's Broken 'Anthem' Embraces the Gig

      ‘Anthem’

      Even if you put aside the potential for a console hard crash, “Anthem” is a disjointed and clunky experience.

    • Video Game Review: 'Crackdown 3'

      ‘Crackdown 3’

      “Crackdown 3” works by doing the minimum. And these days, the minimum feels like a reprieve.

    • Video Game Review: ‘Far Cry New

      ‘Far Cry New Dawn’

      “New Dawn’s” evolving world makes it easy to see why creators see the appeal, but it’s also a story that overstays its welcome.

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Variety's Inclusion Summit - 5/9

Variety’s 2019 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.

Confirmed Speakers

  • TARANA BURKE
    FOUNDER | ME TOO
  • ANN CURRY
    BROADCAST JOURNALIST
  • KARAMO BROWN
    STAR | QUEER EYE

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