Cannes Film Festival
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A woman director wins the festival for just the third time as "The Zone of Interest," "The Pot-au-Feu" are among other winners
Variety‘s Actors on Actors series returns featuring the biggest stars in this year’s TV Emmys race for Season 18. The four episodes will debut on PBS SoCal on Thursday, June…
There were more than a few misty eyes in the audience at the premiere of Pixar’s animated adventure “Elemental,” which closed out this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The sweet…
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Rob Marshall risks drowning audiences in visual effects, but Halle Bailey's performance justifies Disney revisiting this classic.
It captures how even a good marriage can hit a snag when it comes to the issue of secrets and lies.
The first part of Louis Leterrier's vagely defined finale is overcrowded and predictably ridiculous.
Sebastian Maniscalco makes a bid for leading-man status in his autofictional comedy co-starring Robert De Niro.
The show feels stranded between a tighter, more joke-forward M.O. and grounded psychological realism.
The Disney+ series is so sprawling that its efforts to tie everything together end up hasty and haphazard.
Slick and expensive looking, but smarmy as anything HBO has ever produced, the five-part series could be a softcore, female-focused inversion of the network's long-running 'Entourage.'
It highlights a generation determined to see the world while being reflective and thoughtful about understanding what is true and right for themselves.
Drake is back on his game with "Her Loss," which has levity where the last album had sulking. 21 Savage is employed far less often but makes for an edgy, strategic foil.
Taylor Swift's "Midnights" is a pendulum swing away from "Folklore" and "Evermore," in trading acoustic instruments for electronic ones, but it feels like their continuation, in sheer intimacy terms.
Megan Thee Stallion's "Traumazine" goes lighter on her trademark sensuality and humor as it deals with well-known career and personal drama.
Six years after the release of "Lemonade," pop icon Beyoncé has come through again with the sticky, sweaty, hedonistic "Renaissance."
Samuel L. Jackson, John David Washington and Danielle Brooks lead the cast of "The Piano Lesson," August Wilson's story of a family haunted by ghosts of the past.
Lea Michele gives this 'Funny Girl' what the revival previously lacked: charisma, astonishing vocals and assuredness — not to mention a killer fan base.
"Devil Wears Prada," the Broadway-bound new musical, now premiering in Chicago, needs to take a cue from Miranda Priestly and get meaner.
Starring Amir Arison, this stage adaptation of Khaled Hosseini's novel is a heartbreaker -- but so uplifting, it's worth the pain.
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AMPAS clarifies guidelines after controversies surrounding Andrea Riseborough and others