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‘Justice League’ makes DC Comics proud

Director Zack Synder’s “Justice League” is more than just a watchable superhero movie.

‘Wonder’ is wonderful

The savvy marketing team for the film “Wonder” sent out the children novel “Wonder” by Raquel Jaramillo months before the screenings began.

Is Oprah Winfrey replacing Charlie Rose on 'CBS This Morning?'

Multiple reports indicate that CBS is "begging" media personality and businesswoman Oprah Winfrey to replace disgraced news anchor Charlie Rose as co-host of "CBS This Morning."

‘Murder on the Orient Express’—Take this thrilling train ride

Agatha Christie’s 1934 classic whodunit returns to the big screen for the second time (the first version was filmed in 1974). In the 2017 version Kenneth Branagh directs and leads an all-star cast, including Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, ...

‘Last Revolutionary’ to open 25th annual ADIFF

The African Diaspora International Film Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary with 64 films from 31 countries, including 31 world, U.S. and New York premieres. Screenings will be held at three venues in Manhattan: Teachers College, Columbia University; Cinema Village; and ...

Rob Reiner’s ‘LBJ’ biopic makes critical whitewashing error

Rob Reiner’s new film “LBJ,” starring Woody Harrelson, is about one of America’s most critical presidential tenures, that of Lyndon Johnson.

New documentary directed by ‘Wire’ star premiering on HBO

Sitting inside the HBO’s screening room, I wanted to cry, nay scream, but the rising hairs on my arms and the back of my neck told me to hold steady.

Beyoncé joins cast of Disney's live-action 'Lion King'

Queen Bey has joined "The Lion King."

Wendy Williams talks about ‘really scary’ moment she fainted during live show

Wendy Williams apparently fainted during a live taping of The Wendy Williams Show on Tuesday.

Lupita Nyong’o pens essay on Weinstein harassment

Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o penned an eloquent and vivid account of her personal encounter with Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein, who has recently been outed by more than a dozen Hollywood actresses as a rapist, harasser and misogynist.

Jaden Michael is ‘Wonderstruck’ in Todd Haynes’ new film

Actor Jaden Michael plays Jamie, a young boy helping Ben (Oakes Fegley) find his father in New York City circa 1977 in director Todd Haynes’ terrific new film, “Wonderstruck.”

Get ready for ‘Ragnarok’

L.A. Williams: I doubt he’ll win. He should. After all, Thor is a weather-controlling immortal warrior who is much stronger than Spider-Man and usually depicted as stronger than Wonder Woman, too. (Gasp!)

BAM hosts Frantz Fanon-inspired film series

The Brooklyn Academy of Music is currently wrapping up a film series inspired by the work of Fanon. The series, according to BAM, brings together stylish mainstream films like “Deep Cover” and “Caché,” with unabashedly revolutionary calls to arms with ...

Laurence Fishburne stars in ‘Last Flag Flying’

In 1998, I had the pleasure of being in the audience for James Purdy’s play “Sun of the Sleepless,” which starred a then-unknown actor whose reputation, to surprise—in the early 1990s—was growing exponentially.

Tommy Davidson brings families together in ABC’s ‘Vacation Creation’

My Google calendar gave me an alert that my presence was expected at the Viceroy Hotel. I was scheduled to interview iconic comedic actor Tommy Davidson—of “In Living Color” fame—about season two of his new show, ABC’s “Vacation Creation,” which ...

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