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From "Black Widow" and "The Eternals" to "Indiana Jones 5," Disney has overhauled the release calendar for most of its upcoming films as movie theaters remain closed for the foreseeable future.
R&B singer-songwriter Bill Withers, whose belated career in music burned briefly but brightly in the early '70s via a string of highly personalized hits, died from heart complications on Monday in…
There will be no Cannes Lions in 2020, after all. Organizers confirmed Friday that the annual Cannes advertising market will not go forward this year. The decision comes almost a month after the…
MGM's "Candyman," a reboot of the 1992 slasher film, has pushed its June 12 release date because theaters are still closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic. It will now open on Sept.
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"Westworld" is the recipient of the most extensive, and jarring, reboot in recent TV history.
As a whole, Hulu's Hillary Clinton docu-series is a fittingly messy, compelling portrait of an equally messy, compelling person.
Netflix's "I Am Not Okay With This" takes too long to figure out its strengths as it works to get there.
Starring Jason Segel, AMC's "Dispatches From Elsewhere" tells a winding mystery with close attention to empathetic detail.
French director Céline Sciamma invents a historical romance, starring Adèle Haenel, centered on the female gaze.
Craig Zobel's controversial thriller delivers an intense, over-the-top satire of partisan politics taken to its most dangerous extreme.
In a lively tale of loyalty and wine passion, a young man follows his dream of becoming a Master Sommelier.
Tom Holland and Chris Pratt are elfin teen suburban brothers who go on a quest in a Pixar movie that's pure product, but still fun.
The Weeknd's "After Hours" finds him mixing commerciality with innovation as well as anyone today.
Celine Dion's first concert in New York after more than 10 years was full of showstopping moments and costume changes.
BTS' superstar members shine in their solos and as a group in 'MOTS: 7,' a self-referential homage.
Justin Bieber has never sounded better, but the nonstop romanticism lacks room to explore demons or express joy.
Ivo Van Hove dares to fiddle with perfection in this modernized but still respectful re-working of the 1957 masterpiece.
Tony Kushner's new adaptation, directed by Jeremy Herrin, isn't flawless, but it's a grand idea played out in a style rarely seen today.
Though occasionally flawed, this theatrical take on Andrew Lloyd Webber's catalog is right on time after the movie flop of "Cats."
This starry production of two plays by Samuel Beckett makes for a surprisingly engaging, if not entirely successful, evening.
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