Many wonder if months of shelter-in-place policies have led to a sea-change in Americans’ viewing habits. After nearly six months of closed theaters, movie studios are hedging their bets.
‘Saturday Night Live’s’ image of Kamala Harris is almost certainly a window into how she’ll be treated by Hollywood from now until November.
Among the many lasting cultural changes this pandemic is poised to bring about will be serious shifts in the entertainment industry.
Major release dates have been pushed. Productions have been suspended. Broadway is closed.
Video games have emerged as a serious art form in recent years, largely because of storytellers like Druckmann and games like ‘The Last of Us.’
Chris Fenton spent years on the front lines of Hollywood’s controversial relationship with China. Now he wants to tell his story. Few in the industry have been willing to do the same, making his project a rare break in the silence.
Harvey Weinstein’s fall from grace is both a triumph and failure of the media. This is a story of their complicity with star power.
The annual event in Park City receives plenty of media attention, but do Sundance movies resonate after January?
From the Golden Globes to ‘Mulan,’ the foreshocks of a fight over Hollywood’s cozy relationship with China are trembling beneath our feet.
At Sunday’s Golden Globes ceremony, Ricky Gervais was clever enough to finally give all the Hollywood blather its proper framing.
Now is the time annual compilation lists come out. While most focus on the year’s best, these are the bottom-dwellers in entertainment this year.
While Hollywood boycotts Georgia, its cozy relationship with China fails to stoke the outrage of our perpetually outraged celebrity class.
Consumers should fight back and let Netflix know that it can’t transplant its values to Georgia or any other state exercising its system of democracy.
Alan Alda accepted a Lifetime Achievement honor at the SAG Awards on Sunday, dispensing some timely wisdom just one day ahead of his 84th birthday.
Hosted by Megan Mullally, the Screen Actors Guild Awards seemed to lack the laughter-free awkwardness that has been pervasive early in the 2019 awards season.
No matter how intent Golden Globe producers were at eliding politics, celebrities were not going to let their time elapse without grandstanding.
Actors want to boycott Georgia for the crime of electing a Republican governor. That would actually be a good thing for taxpayers, who are getting fleeced by stars who hate them.
Georgia’s tax incentives for Hollywood give the entertainment industry an opening to advance its social agenda with an end-run around in-state voters.
The ‘Roseanne’ debacle is a self-inflicted wound — and a warning that what happened with Trump-supporter Barr could happen with Trump himself.
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