In dealing with Chadwick Boseman's death, 'Black Panther' makes a case for recasting
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" deftly completes the difficult task of continuing the franchise without its star, Chadwick Boseman, sensitively acknowledging his death by killing off the character of King T'Challa.
Kevin Conroy, longtime voice of animated Batman, dies at 66
Kevin Conroy, the man behind the gravelly bass voice of Batman and who popularized that unmistakable growl that separated Bruce Wayne from the Caped Crusader, has died, according to his representative Gary Miereanu. He was 66.
'The Fabelmans' is Steven Spielberg's super-director origin story
"The Fabelmans" allows Steven Spielberg to turn his coming-of-age memories into what amounts to a super-director origin story, recalling both his complicated family life and early love of movies and filmmaking. It's a deeply personal chronicle from one of cinema's greatest talents, yielding a movie that features wonderful moments within a somewhat scattered narrative.
Sylvester Stallone tries to rewind the clock in Paramount's 'Tulsa King'
Building on the success of "Yellowstone," Paramount+ and producer Taylor Sheridan have seemingly seized on a streaming strategy built around casting veteran movie stars, an available commodity in an industry known for ageism. Enter "Tulsa King," a slim vehicle for Sylvester Stallone that's a little too overtly designed as a mobster fish out of water.
Emma Thompson says she was 'utterly blind' about ex-husband Kenneth Branagh's on-set relationships
Two-time Oscar-winner Emma Thompson has admitted she was "utterly blind" to her ex-husband Kenneth Branagh's on-set relationships with other actresses and was left devastated when she found out.
Filmmaker Paul Haggis is ordered to pay at least $7.5 million after being found liable in a sexual assault case involving a former publicist
A jury found filmmaker Paul Haggis liable in a sexual assault case that was brought forward by a former publicist who alleged he raped her after a movie premiere in 2013.
Emily Blunt and James Corden can't lead 'The English' and 'Mammals' out of the woods
It's a streaming jungle out there, which might explain why Amazon offers up a couple of odd series featuring the stars of "Into the Woods" this weekend: "Mammals," in which James Corden prepares for life beyond latenight, and "The English," with Emily Blunt, which gives a lot of prestige British actors the chance to play cowboy.