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Re-teaming with "Oblivion" director Joseph Kosinski, Tom Cruise insists on flying his own planes in this stunning follow-up.
Half the cast heads to France, while the rest hosts Hollywood guests in this crowd-pleasing reunion, centering on Mary as the matriarch in charge.
Alex Garland puts the "Men" in "menacing," conjuring a town where the locals threaten a woman trying to escape a bad marriage.
A spirited Samara Weaving and endearing Eugenio Derbez try to prevent a PR scandal in "The Valet," based on the Francis Veber comedy.
Peacock's "Angelyne" stars Emmy Rossum, Martin Freeman, Hamish Linklater and more in a limited series about the Los Angeles billboard legend.
"Conversations With Friends," starring Joe Alwyn in Sally Rooney's story of infidelity, tries and fails to be another "Normal People."
"The Essex Serpent," starring Tom Hiddleston and Claire Danes, adapts Sarah Perry's novel for Apple TV+.
This drama adapted from the Michael Connelly series of novels doesn't quite get into gear.
On his brilliant-but-challenging first album in five years, Kendrick Lamar gives an all-access visit to the darkest corners of his mind.
On "Come Home the Kids Miss You," Jack Harlow builds upon bedrock strengths, with Drake, Justin Timberlake, Pharrell and Lil Wayne among guests.
The country star notches yet another rock-solid entry in one of the 21st century's most ruthlessly consistent discographies.
The self-proclaimed "Cocaine Dr. Seuss" is back with a thematically familiar collaboration with producers Kanye West and Pharrell Williams.
Vanessa Williams, Lea DeLaria, Julianne Hough and Rachel Dratch are among the stars of Selina Fillinger's riotous new farce.
Billy Crystal turns on the impish charm and non-stop zingers in his new Broadway musical "Mr. Saturday Night."
Michael R. Jackson's Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, starring Jaquel Spivey on Broadway, is playfully daring and furiously entertaining.
Lileana Blain-Cruz directs the beautifully decorated disaster of Thornton Wilder's whimsical, apocalyptic Pulitzer Prize winner.
Though it seems exciting that the Oracle of Omaha is bullish on the traditional media company, his investment may not mean all that much
Making sense of the last-minute dump of 100 or more Emmy contenders in April and May.