Reunion

What the Variety Staff Is Thankful for in Entertainment in 2022

Tom Cruise revived movie theaters with the blockbuster hit “Top Gun: Maverick,” Taylor Swift broke the internet (and Ticketmaster) with her “Midnights” album and “Eras” tour and Michelle…

American Film Institute Announces AFI Conservatory Alumni Award Winners – Film News in Brief

American Film Institute Announces AFI Conservatory Grant Award Winners The American Film Institute announced the recipients of the AFI Conservatory Alumni Awards at the 2022 AFI Alumni Reunion.…

‘The Walking Dead’ Finale: Everything You Need to Know About How It Ended, Surprise Cameos and What’s Next With the Spinoffs

Warning: Don’t open, spoilers inside. Stop here if you haven’t yet watched “The Walking Dead” series finale, which aired Sunday night on AMC. “The Walking Dead” ended its…

Nielsen Streaming Top 10: ‘House of the Dragon’ Crosses 1 Billion Minutes Viewed in Finale Week

HBO’s “House of the Dragon” closed its debut season on high note. During the October 17-23 viewing window, the series placed third on Nielsen’s Streaming Top 10 chart…

Marco Antonio Solís Reveals Who He’d Want to Play Him in a Los Bukis Movie

Marco Antonio Solís has captivated the hearts and ears of many, both as the charming frontman of the Mexican Grupera band Los Bukis, and as prolific composer with…

Ke Huy Quan Still Gets Christmas Gifts From Steven Spielberg, 38 Years After ‘Indiana Jones’ Debut: ‘He Has Not Forgotten Me’

Steven Spielberg gave Ke Huy Quan his first movie role at 13 years old when he got cast as Short Round opposite Harrison Ford in 1984’s “Indiana Jones…

NFL, Skydance Partner for Sports Content Venture

The National Football League is taking a serious pass at making premium content, entering a joint production venture with David Ellison’s Skydance. The NFL and its NFL Films…

Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan Are ‘Committed’ to Making ‘Freaky Friday’ Sequel: Disney Is ‘Interested’

It sounds like Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis will be making a “Freaky Friday” sequel. “There is no scheduled date, but we’re talking,” Curtis told me last…

‘Poker Face’ Review: Russell Crowe Plays a High-Stakes Game Where the Rules Keep Changing

The title “Poker Face” suggests a droll, methodical cunning that unfortunately proves elusive everywhere else in Russell Crowe’s sophomore effort as writer-director. As handsomely produced as his first,…

Intimate Queer Coming of Age Stories, Sci-Fi and the Supernatural: Ventana Sur’s Punto Genero Lineup

“The Marriage,” the feature-length fiction debut from Brazilian documentary filmmaker Maíra Bühler (“Let It Burn”), and a pair of intimate and revelatory queer films “The Way You See…