It’s one thing to make a film about summer camp. It’s quite another to get big musical numbers done in one day.
The Journal’s Bruce Miller interviews Bailee Madison and Kevin Quinn from the new Netflix movie “A Week Away.”
If you're using your sister's boyfriend's dad's Netflix account — listen up.
“I Care a Lot” is incredibly good during its first 30 minutes or so. Then, it takes an abrupt left turn and becomes a film that doesn’t quite know what it wants to be.
The Black Panther star released Sulwe in late 2019, using her own childhood struggle as inspiration to tackle the issue of acceptance among ki…
Disney+ has reached 94.9 million subscribers in just 14 months. The news means that Disney has reached its original 90 million subscriber targ…
A bit odd (and thoughtless amid social distancing), the series has more cooked-up situations than the “Real Housewives” franchise.
The awards honoring entertainers and writers of color will air on CBS on March 27.
Fans looking for entertainment before the Super Bowl will have another option this year.
In a recent tweet, Hotels.com are looking for a real life couple named Simon and Daphne who are scheduled to wed before the premiere of Season…
I backed into “You.” Then I became obsessed with it.
Netflix has handed out a second season renewal for the period drama from executive producer Shonda Rhimes.
The nominees for the upcoming 26th annual Critics Choice Awards TV have been announced, and Netflix is giving other streaming platforms a run …
After removing almost half of its library in December, Netflix is taking it easy this month.
'Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom' actress Viola Davis felt as though she was "in the presence of greatness" when she starred alongside the late Chadw…
The series, however, is more talk than action and that’s where it isn’t quite in the same league as “The Great,” another drama about the privileged that delivered – and shocked.
Considering we’ve almost gone a year without live theatrical events, “The Prom” is a curtain raiser on what, hopefully, will be a better year. It’s not the opener it could have been but it gets the job done.
The Netflix documentary offers plenty of backstage access. But it doesn't offer much in the way of depth or rich storytelling.
Close and Adams are perennial Oscar bridesmaids. They could have strutted up the aisle if director Ron Howard's production had been a little better.