You don’t have to wait for the new year for a new wave of TV shows.
For the most part, the big-screen adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber mega-musical succeeds only in raising an alarming number of questions.
To appropriate R.E.M.’s rapid-fire 1987 anthem: It’s the end of “Star Wars” as we know it, and I feel fine.
The stand-up special debuting Friday on the pay channel captures “80-85 percent” of the vibe of his local showcase, the veteran comedian says.
In addition to the hundreds of movies in its archives that will pretty much be playing on a loop until the end of the year, Hallmark is unleashing 26 new holiday films.
You know you’re in for a wild couple of months at the movies when the phrase “Oscar buzz for Adam Sandler” isn’t the most jarringly discordant thing you’ll encounter.
The show will record four episodes on Sunday and Monday at Paris Las Vegas with guests including Carrot Top, Christina Aguilera and Criss Angel.
The gangster epic, which opened Friday, is at the heart of a long-running dispute between Netflix and movie theater owners.
In a little more than eight years, Sonny Liston went from capturing the heavyweight title to allegedly selling heroin on Las Vegas’ Westside and dying of a presumed overdose — one that’s still believed by many to have been a murder.
Here’s a look at what to expect from the two new Netflix challengers. Spoiler alert: About the only thing they have in common is the plus sign.