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The James Bond star who also won an Oscar for "The Untouchables" died in his sleep while in the Bahamas. He was 90.
Daniel Craig paid tribute to Sean Connery, calling his fellow 007, “one of the true greats of cinema.” Connery died overnight in his sleep. He was 90. In a decades-long career, Connery won an Oscar…
Twitter, in another policy flip-flop, unblocked the New York Post’s account Friday after a 16-day freeze over the newspaper’s series of disputed stories on Hunter Biden. “How Tweet It Is: Twitter…
Ariana Grande's "Positions," while less a dramatic tour de force than its predecessors, wins by focusing on upbeat, down-tempo romanticism.
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Writer-producer David Hare places Hugh Laurie's Peter Laurence in a post-Brexit, pre-coronavirus pandemic world.
Sarah Cooper stars as the host of a surreal morning news show who's slowly losing her mind as the world falls apart.
The Amazon series "Truth Seekers," starring Nick Frost, takes on the paranormal with jokes and plenty of scares.
Netflix's new limited series, starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Marielle Heller and Bill Camp, is a welcome change of pace.
Indie actor-turned-helmer Zoe Lister-Jones delivers a too-safe PG-13 sequel to a late-'90s punk favorite about a coven of teenage witches.
A family of jaded African American urbanites land in deep Appalachian hoodoo in this diverting-enough genre piece.
A young autistic boy is menaced by a 10-foot-tall monster in this horror flick where the supernatural frights are less than super.
Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey charm as a not-couple tempting fate in the Netflix rom-com "Holidate."
Ariana Grande's "Positions," while less a tour de force than its predecessors, wins by focusing on upbeat, down-tempo romanticism.
Puscifer, the side project of Tool's Maynard James Keenan, has come back with the Halloween-ready "Existential Reckoning" album.
Gorillaz returns to party mode with "Song Machine," where Damon Albarn is joined by Beck, St. Vincent, Schoolboy Q, 6lack & others.
Bruce Springsteen grapples with mortality, a lot, in "Letter to You," but any big chill is outweighed by the big warmth of the E Street Band.
This smart revival of Jason Robert Brown's musical plays in a London theater cleverly redesigned for COVID-era safety.
Kristin Scott Thomas and Rochenda Sandall headline two Alan Bennett monologues, which even under social distance pack a punch.
David Hare's monologue at the Bridge Theatre in London recounts the playwright's battle with COVID-19.
Andre Holland leads the cast of a surprisingly intimate audio version of Shakespeare, from the Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park.
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