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How Jessica Biel Found Empathy for Candy Montgomery in Hulu Series: ‘You’re Still Kind of With Her at the End’

In 1980, Texas homemaker Candy Montgomery was accused of murdering Betty Gore, the wife of the man she was involved with. It was a crime no one saw…

Awards HQ May 16: ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,’ Norm Macdonald Special, Should the Golden Globes Return?

AWARDS CIRCUIT COLUMN: How the Emmys Dumped ‘Primetime’ to Focus on Genre, As We Move Closer to a Post-Linear Era We live in an on-demand age where viewers…

How ‘Halo’s’ Crew Built a Library of Sounds To Bring X-Box Game to Life

Supervising sound editor Jane Tattersall, sound designer Brennan Mercer and rerecording mixers Matthew Chan and Lou Solakofski knew the stakes were high for Paramount+ series “Halo,” based on…

‘Candy,’ Starring Jessica Biel and Melanie Lynskey, Can’t Quite Keep Its Grip on Gory, Complex True Crime Story: TV Review

Halfway through the final episode of “Candy,” I had to pause to answer the door. I was four and a half hours deep into Hulu’s newest “based on…

‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ and what else to watch in May

May brings a new “Stranger Things,” Ewan McGregor’s return as “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” and spooky new shows with Colin Firth, Jessica Biel and Tom Hiddleston.

‘The King’s Daughter’ Review: Imagery Outstrips Imagination in Pierce Brosnan’s Long-Delayed Mermaid Movie

In frilly YA frivol “The King’s Daughter,” Louis XIV (an awkwardly bewigged Pierce Brosnan) orders a mermaid captured and brought back to Versailles, so that he might sacrifice…