A collection of series both daring and familiar, polished and wild.
Michael K. Williams
A two-man show with its emotional core in a missing third man.
DuVernay is set to write and direct the four-part limited Netflix series.
A fantastical remake of a ’70s-era portrait of urban grit, Director X’s debut feature revels in its decadence.
An exhaustive breakdown of arguably the greatest television series of all time.
A complete assessment of this year’s crop of talented nominees.
Williams says he was set to play a “kick-ass character” that was half-man, half-beast.
Celebrating the best in television.
Omar’s comin’ to Disney’s Star Wars universe.
Justin Kurzel’s film is a lot like the games it’s based on: it succeeds in action, not story.
More slapstick, more ghosts, and more zany comedy…
Theatrical adaption of massive video game franchise arrives December 21st.