Like it or not, we’re about to have more television than we know what to do with…
Disney+, HBO Max, Netflix, and Shudder will keep us entertained as theaters remain closed.
Struggling lovers become thick as thieves in this unlikely combination of romantic dramedy and heist movie.
A kidnapping takes this dark comedy to extremely tough, uncomfortable places.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis are all returning; however, Cattrall is not.
Patty Jenkins’s sequel overcomes its flimsy premise to deliver a pointed message for 2020.
Kim Cattrall is not expected to return, however.
Just in time for the streaming premiere of Wonder Woman 1984 and the 2021 film slate.
After getting Netflix to remove his iconic sketch show, the comedian has now convinced HBO Max to do the same.
In a new op-ed, the director warns that “Warner Bros. might just have killed the Dune franchise”.
It’s a movie made on the fly, and, for better or worse, you can tell.
Is there anything the TV host can’t wish into existence?