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Nearly a year after the "Rust" tragedy, the estate of Halyna Hutchins has come to a settlement with the film team. Surprisingly, the film will also resume production in January.
The tear-stricken faces peering up adoringly at James Bond producer Michael G. Wilson, seated in the royal box at Royal Albert Hall, during a lengthy standing ovation at “The Sound of…
Billy Eichner's Universal-backed comedy "Bros" flopped at the box office during its opening weekend with a $4.8 million bow, about half of the $8 million to $10 million that the studio projected.
British Actor Harris Dickinson Fools Hollywood and Cruises for Breakout Success Aboard ‘Triangle of Sadness’
After appearing in "1917," "Where the Crawdads Sing" and other films, Harris Dickinson is ready to break out with "Triangle of Sadness."
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In Todd Field's "Tár," Cate Blanchett creates a study in power, passion and entitlement in a movie so real it's immersive.
Truth is relative as Christian Bale, John David Washington and Margot Robbie stumble upon a plot to overturn democracy in David O. Russell's overstuffed social satire.
With "Triangle of Sadness," Ruben Östlund expands on the formula that worked in "The Square," torturing supermodels and the mega-rich.
There is no compromise to her performance, or to the film's depiction of a small-town West Texas party girl who has hit the skids.
Netflix's "Monster," starring Evan Peters as Jeffrey Dahmer, is grim, unnecessary, and all too predictable from Ryan Murphy.
The "Rogue One" spinoff marks a huge, and hugely welcome, departure from Disney+'s typical "Star Wars" model.
Hulu's new comedy about Hulu rebooting a sitcom hands weaker scripts to a stronger cast.
"Abbott Elementary" returns with a warm and melancholy look at the teaching life.
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."
Amanda Shires' seventh Americana-flavored album, "Take It Like a Man," is almost cocky in spinning strong songs out of personal uncertainty.
Jack White has released his second album in four months, a mostly acoustic collection that is as gentle as the last one was gonzo.
"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.
The National Theatre production of a new play by the writer of "One Man, Two Guvnors" proves comedy lightning does strike twice.
Boris Berezovsky, Russian oligarch and Putin foe, is brought vividly to life by Tom Hollander in Peter Morgan's latest.
The core strategy behind the service was too broad and undermined by rivals with more pointed approaches
The 74th annual Emmy Awards are in the books following a tight three-hour telecast on NBC that saw several repeat winners, along with quite a few surprising upsets.
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