Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult join writer Tony McNamara in deconstructing the irreverent 'The Great.' Their conclusion? 'It's not a history lesson.'
Celebrate Irish author James Joyce with a free livestream of dramatic readings. Here's how to watch.
Warner Bros. has announced DC FanDome, a free virtual event for fans of DC films, television shows, comic books and games.
The Times interviewed nearly two dozen Black entertainment industry voices, spanning directors, producers, writers, designers, agents and executives. They discussed racism in Hollywood, what needs to change and their frustration with years of talk and little action by powerful companies.
The Oscars' two-month delay will set off a domino effect, affecting film festivals and every other awards show.
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After his 1961 directorial debut "I Like Money" bombed with audiences, Peter Sellers pulled the film from circulation; now it's back as "Mr. Topaze."
Whoopi Goldberg tells Andy Cohen the first steps to fight systemic racism. "People have to first look at people and see them for who they are," she says.
Indya Moore and Janet Mock ("Pose"), Jonathan Van Ness and Antoni Porowski ("Queer Eye") and other celebrities respond to the Supreme Court's pro-LGBTQ ruling.
Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline, who play John B and Sarah Cameron, respectively, on the Netflix teen series "Outer Banks," are also a couple offscreen.