The elite Baywatch lifeguard team, led by Mitch Buchannon (Dwayne Johnson), sets up tryouts for the new season.
The title says it all: “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie.”
Produced by Chicago’s internationally acclaimed Kartemquin Films and executive produced by Jermaine Cole (J. Cole), “Raising Bertie” focuses the story on an almost forgotten rural community of color that still exists in America.
All eyes were on Bill Cosby Monday morning when he arrived at a Pennsylvania courthouse arm-in-arm with Keshia Knight Pulliam, the actress who played his youngest television daughter, Rudy Huxtable, on "The Cosby Show."
The Amazonian lives! All hail our female warrior, our super-heroine, “Wonder Woman.”
A packed theater. Eager fans. And the audience erupted with applause when Wonder Woman appeared on screen.
Based on the famous play by Shakespeare, Rhimes’ series premiered on ABC May 29. It is a story of complex love affairs and fraught power relationships among the young denizens of the Italian city of Verona in the aftermath of ...
There wasn’t a single film by a Black director screening work at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. And not just in the competition, where a film by a Black director hasn’t been in the running for a staggering four years, ...
WGN America's overhaul has officially begun.
Narrowly focused on the last few years of his life, "Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland" labors to humanize the King of Pop, acknowledging eccentricities but portraying him as an object of sympathy.
The Heffley family—Dad (Tom Everett Scott), Mom (Alicia Silverstone), older brother (Charlie Waters), Greg, the diary writer, himself (Jason Drucker) and younger brother (Dylan and Wyatt Walters)—take off from their middle-class abode to travel to Grandma Meemaw’s 90th birthday celebration. ...
Terror is back, the alien type of terror. Do you remember the terrifying image of a larva alien exploding out of a bloody human body—ravenous—and moving like a bullet in search of a new host?
There are some actors who could—literally—read anything and make it exciting.
African-American actress Amandla Stenberg and Nick Robinson star in the teenage romance in “Everything, Everything” as a pair of adorable kids in the first blush of puppy love.
"Dancing with the Stars" has wrapped up what could go down as one of the most surprise-filled seasons in its 24-season history.