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    • Mary Queen of Scots

      ‘Mary Queen of Scots’

      Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie play rival queens in a costume drama that tries to pack a season’s worth of intrigue into two hours.

    • Ben Is Back

      ‘Ben Is Back’

      Peter Hedges has crafted a juicy role for son Lucas, but it’s Julia Roberts’ performance as his worried-sick mother that steals the show.

    • 'Vox Lux' Review – Variety Critic's

      ‘Vox Lux’

      Starring a ferocious Natalie Portman as a pop diva in freefall, this is a bold, often brilliant trip through the celebrity spin cycle.

    • Roger Ailes

      ‘Divide and Conquer’

      A documentary about the rise and fall of Roger Ailes, the dark guru of Fox News, paints a fascinating portrait of insatiable power.

    • NIghtfliers Syfy TV Review

      ‘Nightflyers’

      “Nightflyers,” based on the writing of George R. R. Martin, is a fine addition to an onscreen canon that’s already well-stuffed.

    • 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.

    • 'Network' Review: Bryan Cranston Stars on

      ‘Network’

      Bryan Cranston gives a full-throated roar as Howard Beale, a TV news anchor who is “mad as hell” about his corrupt society.

    • The Cher Show review Broadway

      ‘The Cher Show’

      A schlocky TV variety show format diminishes Broadway’s Cher musical, despite a can-do cast, pop tunes, and diva power.

    • 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.

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Variety at CES - January 9

Technology is transforming the entertainment industry at an astonishing rate, creating evolving methods for how to produce, monetize, market and distribute content for today’s digitally savvy audiences. Variety’s Entertainment Summit is open to all CES registrants.

Confirmed Speakers

  • STEVE HARVEY
    HOST & PRODUCER
  • BOB BAKISH
    PRESIDENT | VIACOM
  • Hulu Executives: Kelly Campbell – Chief Marketing Officer. (Photo by: Austin Hargrave/Hulu)
    KELLY CAMPBELL
    CMO | HULU

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