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He’s proud to have appeared in, and championed, films that show off Black men at their soulful best. His roles in “Candyman” and “Zola” are different.
Moving quickly in the pandemic, a wealthy money manager underwrote performances via a new foundation, with a little help from a violin-obsessed adviser.
The group behind the awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, has been under pressure for its lack of Black members and its financial practices.
For decades, the producer has cultivated and castigated people at all levels of entertainment. Now his past is catching up with him.
Some 40 women will participate in the bankruptcy court agreement, though others who have sued Mr. Weinstein and accused him of sexual abuse have objected to the terms and are considering an …
Resourceful tourists whose dream trips to New York have been upended by the pandemic are doing their best to cobble together alternative entertainment.
One of the nation’s most successful theaters, the Public, shortened the run of a monologue by a prominent artist-activist, Josh Fox. Now each party is blaming the other.
Asia Kate Dillon of “Billions” is calling on the Television Academy to scrap gendered categories. But the organization and others have no plans for change, for now.
On a movie set “we control anything over people’s heads,” one female key grip explains. But when you’re the exception on an all-male crew, other factors come into play.
Borders, formerly president of the WNBA, is leaving Time’s Up for family reasons after four months in the position.
Ms. McDormand, who mentioned the contract provision as she accepted the best actress Oscar, said she just learned about it two weeks ago.
The actor, favored to win an Oscar for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” also responds to critics of his racist-cop character.
Up for an Oscar for playing J. Paul Getty, a part that initially went to Mr. Spacey, Mr. Plummer recalls thinking: “To hell with it, I’m doing it.”
With his latest film, the director Sean Baker continues his look at people on the margins of American society, stories he isn’t seeing in cinema.
“Okja,” Bong Joon Ho’s fable about meat eating and a six-ton genetically engineered animal, has angered theater owners around the world. Here’s why.
As he moves into film, the “Hamilton” star gets tips from Hollywood royalty and eyes EGOT status, something he says he never set his sights on.
The actor, nominated for “Fences,” discusses bringing more of August Wilson’s work to the screen. And he finds a path to social progress.
On another night of political acceptance speeches, the prize adds to the film’s momentum as it heads into the Oscars.
The honors, which are known as strong predictors of the Oscars, also went to the nonfiction “O.J.: Made in America” and the animated “Zootopia.”
As academy members consider high-profile categories, signs point toward this festival darling winning the best-picture award.
“Manchester by the Sea” and “Moonlight” are making strong showings, too. But the industry awards will be the real indicators.
The studio’s new animated movie did better on Wednesday, its first day of release, than Disney’s blockbuster did upon its debut in the same period in 2013.
The owner of the popular boutique movie house in Williamsburg will convert the Pavilion theater in Park Slope to Nitehawk Prospect Park.
See acclaimed British star of stage and screen Damian Lewis talk about his career in such television hits as Homeland and Wolf Hall, in films like Dreamcatcher and Romeo and Juliet, and on s…
After more than four decades of hosting “A Prairie Home Companion,” which he created and which, in turn, created him, the public radio legend is retiring.
Awards were spread around as “Beasts of No Nation,” “Tangerine” and “Carol” also collected trophies.
The actresses bring their personal chemistry to “Miss You Already,” a film about best friends facing an illness that threaten one of them.
Gender affects hiring behind the scenes, according to an academic report.
Roughly one-fifth of the productions staged at hundreds of theaters nationwide over the past three seasons were written by women, according to a new study.
The actress talks about naming her nameless character and singing in front of Stephen Sondheim.
Rob Marshall promised the Broadway legend and his collaborator, James Lapine, that the long-gestating adaptation would finally see the big screen.