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It's no surprise that Kamala Harris has wide support in the music industry -- less known is how longstanding and strong her connections are.
Idris Elba and Simon Kinberg have teamed up for a yet-to-be-titled spy film, which after an intense bidding war, has landed at Apple. Elba will star and produce the film, which is described as a "spy…
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau talked to Variety about his new movie "The Silencing" and the "Game of Thrones" finale.
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American history is up for examination in HBO's new drama that uses horror traditions to tell a story of racism.
"Immigration Nation" is a damning indictment of the systems that make ICE so powerful, and a wrenching examination of the human cost.
The CBS All Access animated series leans on a goofy sensibility, but loses some of the "Trek" earnestness.
The HBO Max doc follows female campaign embeds, a worthy goal, but feels less urgent with 2020 politicking on hold.
A sinister drug turns ordinary people invincible (for five minutes) in a visually busy conspiracy drama that's more hurtling than hypnotic.
Rebecca Zlotowski challenges society's biases about promiscuity and female empowerment in this nonjudgmental portrait.
Egor Abramenko's Cold War-era genre exercise is saved by its familiar roots and strong Ellen Ripley-like protagonist.
This teen-targeted tale of young love and demise won't haunt, but it may keep audiences caring.
Holly Humberstone's "Falling Asleep at the Wheel" finds this remarkably talented 20-year-old singer-songwriter arriving nearly fully formed.
On Luke Bryan's "Born Here Live Here Die Here," as always, depth comes in the album's second half, which doesn't negate its early pleasures.
"Black Is King," Beyoncé's musical film for Disney Plus, is a colorful reminder of the glory of black lives.
It's hard to remember any superstar album that has represented a more serious act of sonic palette cleansing than Taylor Swift's "Folklore."
Andre Holland leads the cast of a surprisingly intimate audio version of Shakespeare, from the Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park.
Meet the COVID-19 pandemic's first responders in this streaming docu-play about health care workers.
In Richard Nelson's latest Apple Family play, a Zoom call hums with virtual unease over generational shifts.
Helder Guimarães' modest Zoom-based magic show brings audiences together nightly during lockdown.
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