“Real People” creator John Barbour has a new memoir that recounts his lengthy career in showbiz.
Christopher Lawrence is the movie critic for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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They’re too old to be sharing a house. By a couple of centuries.
With all of the headlines over the past few years about inclusion and gender parity in Hollywood, surely women are riding an unparalleled wave of representation.
Clark proves she’s just as adept at writing TV shows as she is at putting celebrity murder defendants behind bars.
With a new batch of “Arrested Development” episodes hitting Netflix on Friday, here’s a look at some of the other revivals in active development.
Brie Larson gained the power to portray the Marvel superhero — or at least her alter ego, fighter pilot Carol Danvers — during a research trip to Southern Nevada.
While the rest of the world is recoiling in horror from the allegations of rampant child sexual abuse leveled against Michael Jackson in the documentary “Leaving Neverland,” it’s largely busines as usual in Las Vegas.
“Better Things” returns Thursday for its third season, emerging from the shadow of the Louis C.K. scandal.
The Academy Awards aren’t necessarily broken, but that hasn’t stopped seemingly everyone responsible for this year’s ceremony from spinning The Wheel O’ Random Ideas in search of a fix.
If you’re a Dish Network subscriber inconvenienced by the impasse that’s kept HBO blacked out since Halloween, relax. Just find some young whippersnapper to steal it for you.
The superpowered comic book drama debuts Friday on Netflix.
Lee Lanier, founder of the Dam Short Film Festival, on life after resigning from the day-to-day operations of event.