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Daniel Kaluuya plays Black Panther leader Fred Hampton in Shaka King's drama for Warner Bros., while Ali El Arabi will bring his Syrian refugee camp documentary to Sundance's mostly virtual event.
01/12/2021 by Etan Vlessing
A judge ordered him to remain in prison while the courts consider an appeal by U.S. authorities against a decision not to extradite him.
01/06/2021 by Associated Press
Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor play a couple heading for breakup when the opportunity for a diamond heist presents itself during pandemic lockdown in Doug Liman's crime comedy.
01/13/2021 by David Rooney
The pickup comes a few days ahead of its second-season debut on the WarnerMedia cable outlet.
01/19/2021 by Rick Porter
A new batch of comedies and dramas will compete with holdovers from last season as broadcast networks attempt a return to the traditional development model while also contending with the challenges of a pandemic.
01/19/2021 by Lesley Goldberg
'Green Arrow and the Canaries' marks the true end of the DC Comics series that started the network's so-called 'Arrow-verse.'
01/08/2021 by Lesley Goldberg
He did not mention his successor, Democrat Joe Biden, by name.
01/19/2021 by Associated Press
The CW CEO Mark Pedowitz talks with The Hollywood Reporter about doing more straight to series orders, the future the DC brand and finding hope in freshman fare like 'Walker,' 'Superman & Lois' and 'Kung Fu.'
01/14/2021 by Lesley Goldberg
Kantemir Balagov, the Cannes darling behind drama 'Beanpole,' has been tapped to direct the pilot for the adaptation of the hit video game.
01/15/2021 by Borys Kit
Comedies and dramas picked up this time a year ago remain in contention as a new batch of development and a rising number of series orders compete for slots on a schedule filled with uncertainty.
01/08/2021 by Lesley Goldberg
Ted Danson and Holly Hunter star in Tina Fey's new NBC workplace comedy about a retired businessman who thrusts himself into L.A. politics.
01/05/2021 by Inkoo Kang
The Oscars’ April 25 date appears safe, but the Grammys and the SAG Awards are on the move, while Sundance is slimming down and Cannes is drawing up COVID-19 contingency plans.
01/13/2021 by Tatiana Siegel, Scott Roxborough
The conservative publisher Regnery announced Monday that Hawley's 'The Tyranny of Big Tech' will come out this spring.
01/18/2021 by the Associated Press
Fran Lebowitz on 'Pretend It's a City,' President Trump's Post-White House Career and Making Martin Scorsese Laugh
The author, speaker and iconic New Yorker talks to THR about the riots in Washington, D.C., missing out on a promo tour and how it feels to make Martin Scorsese laugh.
01/14/2021 by Chris Gardner
The U.S. indie film showcase is turning mostly to online forums for moments and buzz during its pandemic-era 2021 edition.
01/14/2021 by Etan Vlessing