A Couple

They revealed that four projects will come out over the next year, kicking off with Zachary Levi’s “Shazam! Fury of the Gods.” From there, an eight- to 10-year release plan is in the works.

Williams died in Los Angeles on Jan. 25 after a brief illness.

Global sales shingle The Yellow Affair has acquired world rights to the modern love story “Power of Love” by German helmer Jonas Rothlaender, whose breakthrough movie “Fado” nabbed a Silver Hugo at Chicago and a German Film Critics’ for best feature debut.  Julia M. Müller and Luisa Leopold are producing…

SPOILER ALERT: This story discusses major plot points from Episode 3 of HBO’s “The Last of Us,” currently streaming on HBO Max — as well as the 2013 video game of the same title. For its first two episodes, HBO’s “The Last of Us” remains remarkably true to its source…

Musicians are mourning Television founder and frontman Tom Verlaine, who died Saturday at the age of 73. The rock guitarist was a groundbreaking figure of the punk era, whose inventive, askew playing style can be seen as an influence on younger groups like Sonic Youth, the Feelies and countless other…

“People think we must all be millionaires but sadly it’s just not true,” she added.

“She actually came home with the stunt man’s phaser … that’s what started my whole [sci-fi] addiction.” — Dean Devlin on his mother Pilar Seurat’s role on the original “Star Trek” series.

Providing a masterclass in empathy, Chilean documentarian Maite Alberdi lends a certain whimsy to her works that forage hope amidst roving sadness. She manages to extract each ounce of charm from her subjects and, as in her study of aging and isolation in Oscar-nominated “The Mole Agent,” she continues to…

After interviewing celebrities, athletes, and politicians for the past two decades, there was one notable person Jimmy Kimmel hadn’t interviewed: himself.

John Mayer will go on two tours in 2023. First up, Mayer will go on his spring “Solo Tour” with special guests Lizzy McAlpine and Alec Benjamin. Later, he’ll tour with Dead and Company this summer. We found tickets for all shows.

Every so often, you’ll see a portrait-of-the-artist documentary that’s so beautifully made, about a figure of such unique fascination, whose art is so perfectly showcased by the documentary format, that when it’s over you can’t believe the film hadn’t existed until now. It feels, in its way, essential. “Nam June…

“I am not the most popular actor in town, because people don’t want to hear my, as they say, f–king opinions,” Stone told Variety.