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    • Aquaman 2018


      The weakest link in the DC Universe is reconceived as a hero every bit Superman’s equal in this water-logged origin story.

    • Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) returns to

      ‘Mary Poppins Returns’

      Emily Blunt is practically perfect in a “Mary Poppins” sequel that uncannily recreates the studio-system sincerity of the original.

    • Bumblebee


      Michael Bay steps aside to allow for a quieter, more character-driven Transformers origin story, fashioned as an Amblin homage.

    • 'Cold War' Review: Pawlikowski's Star-Crossed, Jazz-Infused

      ‘Cold War’

      “Cold War” may return to the meticulous monochrome aesthetic of “Ida,” but it’s a companion piece with its own tonal energy.

    • NIghtfliers Syfy TV Review


      “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.

    • 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.

    • 'Network' Review: Bryan Cranston Stars on


      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.

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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.

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