The 73rd Annual Tony Awards, airing last Sunday, brought diversity and inclusion to the forefront, with moving speeches by winners and presenters alike. Nominees and special guests walked the rainbow-themed red carpet, honoring the 50th anniversary of Stonewall and Pride Month with an array of hand-painted roses.
Tracing acclaimed playwright Terrence McNally from his birth through the present day, ‘Every Act of Life’ is a look at the works of a theater legend.
Bryan Cranston turns writer in his new show based on the bestselling book for boys.
Wes Anderson returns with yet another masterfully whimsical cinematic splendor, elevating the stop-motion extravaganza found in ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ to new levels of precision and expertise.
At the opening night of New York Film Festival, Laurence and Quinton talk everything from prepping for the film, to how the cast helped Quinton find an apartment.
Director Richard Linklater returns with another piece of uniquely American Cinema.
We got a chance to talk with RJ, learn more about the intense training he underwent for the role, how he used to make Power Rangers costumes as a kid, and much more.
‘Why Him?’ is actually quite a bit better than that terrible trailer—with which you’ve doubtless been relentlessly bombarded—makes it seem.
Although Cranston gives a top notch performance, The Infiltrator remains just an average movie that struggles with length and pacing but shines due to its impressive cast.