Samira Wiley joins the third season of the FXX sitcom, which explores the challenge—and humor—of managing depression.
The performer, known for his roles in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Young Frankenstein, died at age 83.
In an era of big-budget franchises, why isn’t Hollywood making more inexpensive, yet highly profitable, horror movies?
Richard Tanne’s recounting of Barack and Michelle Obama’s first date will appeal most to those who already miss America’s current president.
The ability to personally label new discoveries is the much-hyped game’s biggest, simplest delight.
Entering its third season, the ’80s-set AMC show portrays the tech world with nuanced, character-driven narratives that its rivals lack.
The film flopped hard at the box office after studios tried to copy the success of 2004's The Passion of the Christ.
Todd Phillips’s comedy-drama, based on a true story of gun-runners in their 20s, should be brutally funny. It’s not even brutal.
A comedian and writer for Inside Amy Schumer drew his boss into an internet firestorm by criticizing a theater for banning an accused rapist.
Bradley Cooper will reportedly co-star and direct a new remake of Hollywood’s old tale of fame. But what fresh angle can a fourth version possibly find?
Hollywood’s highest-paid actor is reportedly working on an HBO series—perhaps recognizing that the medium is better for telling smaller-scale stories.
The program’s cancellation, which Comedy Central chalked up to low ratings, is a major loss for the world of late night.
The much-hyped new video game offers an entire universe for the player to explore. Can it live up to its immense promise?
Taran Killam, Jay Pharoah, and Jon Rudnitsky have been fired from the venerable sketch show, which has failed to find its feet with a new cast.
Kent Jones’s documentary, airing on HBO Monday, delves into a famous dialogue between two of the most storied directors in film.
All the ways to enjoy the next two weeks of events, from rowing to rhythmic gymnastics
As Suicide Squad debuts to poor reviews, efforts to compete with Marvel are being dogged by creative issues and studio interference.
The fury over the whitewashed casting of an upcoming Chinese epic lays bare some of Hollywood’s worst business impulses in a global economy.
Netflix’s new indie film, starring Ellen Page and Allison Janney, tells the story of an impulsive baby kidnapping and the surprising connections that result.
Mike Birbiglia’s new film mines humor and realism from the work of a struggling improv troupe.