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‘Only Murders’ Cinematographer on Show’s Visual Motifs and Directing Pair of Episodes for Season 2

“Only Murders in the Building” cinematographer Chris Teague got a chance to step behind the camera to direct two episodes of the Emmy-nominated Hulu series. According to showrunner…

Drake Gathers GOATs of Canadian Hip-Hop, Duets With Nelly Furtado in Historic OVO Concert

For Torontonians attending Drake’s History venue on Friday night, OVO — for October’s Very Own, the superstar’s enduring Canada-based brand — may as well have stood for Our…

‘The Boys’ Season 3 Finale: Cast Answers Burning Questions About Those Cliffhangers

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “The Instant White-Hot Wild,” the Season 3 finale of “The Boys.” Season 3 of Prime Video’s R-rated…

‘Twice Colonized’ Picks Up Top Award for Docs-in-Progress at Cannes Docs Industry Sidebar

The top IEFTA (Intl. Film Talent Assn.) award for docs-in-progress at the Cannes Film Market’s documentary-focused industry sidebar Cannes Docs has gone to “Twice Colonized” by Lin Alluna.…

Sterling K. Brown on ‘This Is Us’ Finale’s Heavy Focus on Randall’s Lineage and His Deep-Fried Oreo Future

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Us,” they May 24 series finale episode of “This Is Us.” Though the series finale of “This…

Wild history of Johnny Depp’s castle, which keeps luring nosy tourists

Insiders offer a historical look back at Johnny Depp’s “Bavarian castle” in West Hollywood — and the creepy fictional reason why tourists are drawn to it.

‘A Strange Loop’ Review: Michael R. Jackson’s Pulitzer-Winning Broadway Musical Is an Unflinching Riot

Subjectivity is conditional. We can only understand our own points of view in relation to the differences that separate us. If art often intends to complete the circle…

Circle Women Doc Accelerator Unveils Four Films for Cannes Docs Showcase (EXCLUSIVE)

The Circle Women Doc Accelerator, a training program for female-identifying documentary filmmakers, has selected the four projects that will take part in its showcase as part of the…

‘The Skin of Our Teeth’ Review: Thornton Wilder’s Beautifully Decorated Disaster on Broadway

Thornton Wilder’s allegorical play “The Skin of Our Teeth” is bizarre, abstract and convoluted; it’s not to be taken seriously. Or so Sabina (Gabby Beans) tells the audience…