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Disney Fires Back at Scarlett

Disney fired back at "Black Widow" star Scarlett Johansson, slamming the actress' breach of contract lawsuit for showing "callous disregard for the horrific and prolonged global effects of the…

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  • ‘Obama’

    HBO's "Obama" documentary shows us the complications of the man and his moment.

  • ‘FBoy Island’

    HBO Max's "FBoy Island" remixes "The Bachelorette" by way of "Love Island" and ends up with something even dumber.

  • ‘Sexy Beasts’

    Netflix's masked dating series disappoints, failing to recreate the insight or verve of "Love Is Blind" or "The Masked Singer."

  • Critics Pick

    ‘The Suicide Squad’

    Back from the wilderness, James Gunn delivers the cunningly scuzzy throwaway that the first "Suicide Squad" should have been.

  • ‘Jungle Cruise’

    Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt have a plucky chemistry in a fantasy adventure so rollicking it turns romance into one more visual effect.

  • ‘The Green Knight’

    With Dev Patel as a fellowship of one, director David Lowery turns a fantastical dream-poem into the myth under the myth of popular culture.

  • ‘Old’

    Director M. Night Shyamalan turns a day at the beach into a nightmare of aging in this twisty thriller. But are his gimmicks getting old?

  • Pop Smoke’s ‘Faith’

    The list of guest stars expands substantially on Pop Smoke's "Faith" — from Kanye West to Dua Lipa — but so does his thwarted palette.

  • Clairo’s ‘Sling’

    Clairo's second album "Sling," a collaboration with Jack Antonoff, is a power-pop triumph loaded with vintage sounds evoking the early '70s.

  • Sault’s ‘Nine’

    The British R&B collective Sault has released its fifth innovative, socially conscious album in two years — available for just 99 days.

  • ‘Bach & Sons’

    A potentially fascinating play about Johann Sebastian Bach is marred by miscasting in Nicholas Hytner's world premiere production.

  • ‘Seven Deadly Sins’

    The Meatpacking District's newest unholy attraction tests the limits of how far live theater can go amid a global pandemic.

  • ‘Under Milk Wood’

    Michael Sheen leads the cast of "Under Milk Wood," a tender but fitful reimagination of Dylan Thomas' celebrated play.

  • ‘After Life’

    Based on Hirokazu Kore-eda's 1998 film, the play explores a fascinating idea, but it never comes alive as a fully-fledged drama.

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