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Kerry Washington’s run on TV may have ended with hit show “Scandal,” but that doesn’t mean she’s taking a break from television altogether.
Sex scandals and politics are a tale as old as time.
Ways to watch the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Constant showers in Gainesville, appropriately known as Rainsville, are known to kill the vibe of almost everyone in town. Now, imagine those gloomy skies that kill your plans actually killing you — Yes, deadly rain.
It seemed as if fans wanted “Solo: A Star Wars Story” to flop from the moment it was announced by Lucasfilm. Much of the “Star Wars” fandom was wary of an origin story that dealt with one of the most beloved characters of all time, Han Solo.
Warning: There are spoilers ahead.
Sunday night’s 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards had a lot of firsts. The SAG awards have always adhered to a “no host” policy, but this year’s ceremony made an exception with its first-ever host, Kristen Bell.
Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” serves as a timely reminder that the press must hold their government accountable no matter how much those in power wish to silence them. The film chronicles the paper’s pivotal decision to publish the infamous Pentagon Papers, a study of classified documents that examined U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
Three years ago, Dan Gilroy made his directorial debut with the critically-acclaimed film “Nightcrawler” in which Jake Gyllenhaal’s character roams the streets of Los Angeles filming grisly crime scenes and selling the footage to news stations.
You know a film is going to be terrible when the director explains what went wrong before the film is even released.
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If you thought “Kingsman: The Secret Service” was outlandish enough, you’re in for quite a ride with the sequel. “Kick-Ass” director Matthew Vaughn returns for “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” and gets right to the action with a car chase through London with Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” blaring in the background.
The film’s opening shot gives the viewer a glimpse into what they’re getting themselves into. It serves as a forewarning that watching “Mother!” is not going to be easy, not in the slightest. Darren Aronofsky’s previous films, including “The Wrestler” and “Black Swan,” are child’s play in comparison to his latest creation.