The action comedy series from the creators of “Cobra Kai” focuses on a nuclear threat to Las Vegas.
The funnyman, who returns to Vegas next weekend for a stand-up show, can also be found these days on Netflix as an animated lizard in “Leo.”
Wahlberg said the 3,000-capacity Chelsea venue is the premiere party’s site, and everyone is behind the first his film to premiere in Vegas since his move to the city.
Her history-making Academy Award for best supporting actress has taught the 32-year-old DeBose a few things about life.
Formula One parties, comedic one-nighters and Santa highlight the week’s events.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, Shakur Stevenson vs. Edwin De Los Santos, and “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Live in Concert” top the lineup for the week of Nov. 10-16.
These documentaries will give you a basic understanding of Formula One’s history as well as some of its biggest names.
Mark Wahlberg filmed much of “The Family Plan” in and around Las Vegas this year.
“Life constantly gives you punches,” the 77-year-old Hollywood icon says. “You keep getting up. You have no choice. There are so many fights in life.”
Kylie Minogue’s new residency, a Priscilla Presley double feature and Doja Cat in concert top this week’s lineup.
“The good thing is at this age the whole world has opened up to me, but sometimes I feel it’s late,” says the director, whose “Killers of the Flower Moon” opens this weekend.
Las Vegas should be a hotbed for horror movies, but we just don’t have an iconic one the way we have a go-to drama (“Casino”) or comedy (“The Hangover”).
“I just love this Earth and being here. I like spending my time getting to know people. Why not make it special for everyone?” the Captain Marvel star says.
NASCAR weekend, the Summerlin Festival of Arts and Ice Cube top this week’s lineup of things to do in Las Vegas.