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The five-part series based on the Wilkie Collins novel premieres Sunday, Oct. 21. [Read More]
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John Carpenter wrote a little movie called "The Babysitter Murders." Then, it changed the course of Hollywood. [Read More]
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John Carpenter wrote a little movie called "The Babysitter Murders." Then, it changed the course of Hollywood. [Read More]
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The Oscar winner has one of the most diverse filmographies of any working actor. Here's a glimpse. [Read More]
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"My Dinner With Herve" is another by-the-book antihero story, but this one features two angry men without anything relevant to say. [Read More]
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He also directed "Dude, Where's My Car?" [Read More]
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Who's her favorite "Fast and Furious" star? [Read More]
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His pick is "The Night of the Hunter," Charles Laughton's 1955 classic. [Read More]
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Daredevil still suffers from bloat on a number of levels, but this new batch of episodes is the show's most solid yet. [Spoilers] [Read More]
"The Lifespan of a Fact" features a suspiciously small closet. [Read More]
Harlem's Hero also appeared in "Jessica Jones" and "The Defenders." [Read More]
Toni Collette breaks boundaries in "Wanderlust," an emotionally mature story of open marriage on Netflix. [Review] [Read More]
It's another duet featuring the vocal stylings of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. [Read More]
As Dame Judi Dench joins Idris Elba and Taylor Swift, let's keep track of Tom Hooper's adaptation of the stage musical. [Read More]
Turn It On Podcast: As The CW series enters its final season, McKenna recounts its journey, and her favorite episode of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. [Read More]
With long episodes and few developments in Steven Avery's case, "Making a Murderer" Season 2 is an exhaustive and exhausting advocacy piece. [Read More]
Watch the three amigos reminisce on the 20th anniversary of the Coen brothers' cult comedy in an interview with Today. [Read More]
Thorne appeared on the network's "Famous in Love" and says she was viewed as "uncontrollable and crazy." [Read More]
Sarah Paulson reveals how she stepped behind the camera for the first time because Ryan Murphy didn't give her a chance to say no. [Read More]
The comedian said the decision turned her "family show" into something "dark and morbid." [Read More]
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