He’s the breakout character on HBO’s Succession, the breakout show of the summer.
“There is stuff in there that, collectively, the people who made the film consciously included for a second viewing, not the first.”
And you can see one of those two things in her play After the Blast.
He always belonged peculiarly, and uniquely, to Canada.
It’s not Cormac McCarthy’s best book, and it’s not the Coen brothers’ best movie. But it might be the most successful collaboration in film history.
The backdrop of At Home With Amy Sedaris features a wig wall, a dual-purpose garden-graveyard, and much more.
The twin screenwriters thought they’d flamed out in Hollywood. Then they came up with the Netflix breakout.
Jean-Pierre Laffont’s latest collection, New York City Up and Down, proves that you never know what you might see here.
Tony’s dead, Walt’s not, and Phoebe’s hooked on meth.
a new film, The Big Sick, and a new play, After the Blast.
Very few people stay funny for 50 years. Fewer still stick around long enough to land the perfect sitcom role at age 70.
This Cape Fear continuity photo reminds the viewer of the intensity of Robert De Niro’s performance and of the iconic collaboration that produced it.
In the battle to determine the ultimate TV couple, we must first dispense with the undercard battle to determine the ultimate TV couple on Friends.
The 8 Mile and L.A. Confidential director died on September 20, at 71.
Given that the network was able to win you over to an epic show about dragons, how do you feel about robots?
New takes on “the West” depict a frontier in foreclosure.
Somebody needs to figure out what to do with Jeremy Renner.
The job of the futurist is no longer speculating about what might come. It’s trying to comprehend what’s already here.
He’ll gather the best people, the absolute top people, to formulate a plan, you’re not going to believe this absolutely great plan to let us win bigly
If all this comedic angst has a home, it’s here.
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