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‘Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America’ Review: ACLU Lawyer Lays Out a Clear Case for a More Perfect Union

Never underestimate people’s ability to rationalize. To paraphrase Joan Didion’s “The White Album,” our minds find ways to make sense of the nonsensical, not merely as stories but…

‘Last One Laughing Canada’ Gets Amazon Premiere Date; ‘American Idol’ Trailer (TV News Roundup)

The Amazon Prime Video competition series “LOL: Last One Laughing” will launch a Canadian edition Feb. 18. “Last One Laughing Canada” competitors include Caroline Rhea, Dave Foley, Debra…

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ keeps box-office lead on New Year’s Eve

The web-slinging franchise flick grossed $15.5 million on Dec. 31, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo database.

Jennifer Beals Didn’t Know She Was in ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Even When She Was Making It (EXCLUSIVE)

For more than a year, Jennifer Beals (“The L Word,” “Flashdance”) has been dying to talk with anyone outside her family about her role on the new “Star…

Ye Makes Peace With Drake, and With His Own Catalog of Hits, in an L.A. Coliseum Summit Meeting

“Let’s take it back to Day 1!” These were unexpected words from Kanye West, now legally re-named Ye, hosting a massive benefit concert Thursday at the Los Angeles…

Sundance Unveils 2022 Feature Lineup, Including Films From Lena Dunham, Amy Poehler and Netflix’s Kanye West Doc

Agents, studio executives and movie lovers will resume their annual pilgrimage to Park City as the Sundance Film Festival, the preeminent showcase for indie film, returns to in-person…

‘Pardise Square’ Review: Broadway-Bound Musical Premieres in Chicago

“Paradise Square,” an ambitious new musical heading to Broadway in March, is a fictionalized historical take on the Five Points area of Manhattan and the social forces leading…

Viola Davis’ Warrior Epic ‘The Woman King’ Set for 2022; George Foreman Biopic Moves to 2023

Viola Davis’ warrior epic “The Woman King” will hit theaters in September 2022. Directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, Davis stars in the historical movie as Nanisca, general of the…

Kurdistan Story Pays Tribute to Community and Persistence at Camerimage

“Neighbours,” the story of a Kurdish Syrian border village where Arabic and Jewish families find themselves pitted against each other but still manage to thwart authoritarian madness, is…

‘The Lehman Trilogy’ Review: A Dazzling Chronicle of the Rise and Fall of American Capitalism

Welcome to America, all ye wretched immigrants from impoverished foreign lands. Watch closely and learn as the three Lehman brothers from Bavaria — Henry the brainy head, Emanuel…

Britney Spears’ conservatorship to be explored in new Netflix doc

“Hi. My name is Britney Spears. I called you earlier. I’m calling again because I just wanted to make sure that during the process of eliminating the conservatorship…” the eerie audio plays in the trailer.

‘Prisoners of the Ghostland’ review: Nicolas Cage’s ‘wildest movie’

The post-apocalyptic flick is the first movie where Cage has explosives strapped to his testicles, which just seems like, you know, something he’d have done by now.