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Anna Faris is leaving the CBS multi-cam sitcom "Mom" ahead of the show's upcoming eighth season. Faris wanted to pursue other opportunities beyond the series.
The future of film in an age of plague may be crystallized this weekend as "Tenet" opens in theaters and "Mulan" debuts on Disney Plus.
Ron Burkle’s Yucaipa Companies has made an investment in APA as the agency looks to rebound from the pandemic-induced slowdown in the entertainment industry. The agreement is not believed to be an…
WATCH | "Mulan" star Tzi Ma plays Zhou, father of the titular warrior, adding to a long list of dad roles he's been happy to take on in his career.
"The Killing of Breonna Taylor" struggles to keep focus between laying out the facts of the case and explaining its greater significance.
Katherine Ryan's new Netflix series forgets that antiheroes are not the same as heroes.
Lamorne Morris stars in a Hulu series whose insights are overshadowed by sight gags.
Trump exhaustion is real, but this HBO special (also featuring Sarah Paulson and Kaitlyn Dever) doesn't have much new to say about it.
Niki Caro's remake represents American studios' most whole-hearted embrace of Asian film aesthetics since "The Matrix."
Geraldine Viswanathan captivates as a collector of love mementos in Natalie Krinsky's fun first feature.
Janelle Monáe plays a contemporary woman abducted and enslaved in this brilliant "Get Out"-style social thriller.
A documentary movingly captures the months Robin Williams spent struggling with the effects of Lewy body dementia.
Big Sean's "Detroit 2" album explores Motor City power and pragmatism with guests including Travis Scott, Nipsey Hussle and Stevie Wonder.
The Rolling Stones' transitional 1973 album "Goats Head Soup" has gotten a deluxe reissue that includes a spectacular live album.
On Katy Perry's "Smile," the handful of songs that aim for pure disco fun beat the overly earnest, "Firework"-style inspirational anthems.
Toni Braxton's "Spell My Name" is a showcase of vintage R&B that may be her best album since her 1990s peak.
David Hare's monologue at the Bridge Theatre in London recounts the playwright's battle with COVID-19.
Andre Holland leads the cast of a surprisingly intimate audio version of Shakespeare, from the Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park.
Meet the COVID-19 pandemic's first responders in this streaming docu-play about health care workers.
In Richard Nelson's latest Apple Family play, a Zoom call hums with virtual unease over generational shifts.
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