On his Montana ranch, there is no talk of box office. Sure, there’s a pile of scripts in his office, but he also hangs out in flip-flops on his back deck taking in the scenery. Batman has pretty much left the building.
Q&A with actress Jessica Chastain, star of “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” and “Scenes From a Marriage.”
Tiffany Haddish stars as gambling financier La Linda in director Paul Schrader’s “The Card Counter,” opening this weekend.
If you remember 9/11, you probably remember that among the sentiments that followed the tragedy was a kind of enforced solemnity: Thou shalt not laugh.
“Shang-Chi” and “Crazy Rich Asians” star Awkwafina doesn’t mind playing crazy or rich on screen. Action heroine is another matter.
Harry Styles, First Friday, John Mulaney, ‘Annie’ highlight our list of things to do this week.
The Emmy-winning, Irish music duo are filming the pilot for “Through a Storm,” a 9/11 documentary series that will honor the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
Go. See. Play. Do. Here are ten things to do in Las Vegas this week.
Ryan Reynolds talks about his role in “Free Guy.” His character wears a blue shirt, talks to his goldfish and is friendly to every person he meets in his war-torn town.
The pro-wrestler-turned-superstar has a hit TV series, as well as a tequila business, and he produces films like the new “Jungle Cruise,” opening this weekend.
Disney has cited the increase in cases here as the reason it’s keeping its executives and stars away from the annual gathering of the National Association of Theatre Owners.
His other credits include “Scrooged,” “Maverick,” “Conspiracy Theory” and “Radio Flyer.”
In “Black Widow,” finally opening July 9 after a year-plus COVID delay, she stars in the first standalone film in the Marvel universe post-“Avengers: End Game.”
At 42, Chris Pratt has finally figured out his craft. “Acting is embarrassing. Fighting something that is not there is particularly embarrassing.”