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Rambling Reporter
To promote the Peacock revival, stars Soleil Moon Frye and Cherie Johnson sat between cardboard cutouts of reporters and answered questions that had been submitted in advance.
01/21/2021 by Chris Gardner
Television Reviews
Soleil Moon Frye's titular heroine returns in Peacock's new take on the nostalgically remembered '80s sitcom.
02/24/2021 by Daniel Fienberg
The streamer acquired U.S. distribution rights to the 'Punky Brewster' star's film, which springs from her personal vault and contains footage of famous friends like David Arquette, Brian Austin Green and Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
08/25/2020 by Chris Gardner
Heat Vision
Director Terry Gilliam, star Madeleine Stowe, producer Charles Roven and more look back at the creative battles that made the film great: "I wasn't sure it was going to work."
01/08/2021 by Aaron Couch
Beginning March 5, theaters in the area will be allowed to reopen — at much reduced capacity — bringing hope for exhibitors that a summer movie season "may be in the cards."
02/23/2021 by Pamela McClintock
THR, Esq.
No, not David Fincher's commercial.
02/05/2021 by Ashley Cullins
Live Feed
New seasons of 'The Voice' and 'The Flash' are also set to premiere in the next seven days.
02/25/2021 by Rick Porter
Heat Vision
To boost their streaming services, Hollywood giants are developing dozens of shows and spinoff features based on a few valuable franchises — does that risk overexposure?
01/22/2021 by Aaron Couch, Graeme McMillan
With his buzzy performance in 'Sound of Metal' — which required him to learn sign language and drumming — plus a new wife and a booming company, the soft-spoken actor and rapper is having his loudest year yet.
01/19/2021 by Tatiana Siegel
He worked often with director Joe Dante, who said the DP "knew more about lenses than I know about my own life."
02/18/2021 by Mike Barnes
He was also known for working with Australian country music group The Buckleys.
01/15/2021 by Trilby Beresford
“The impact of the Alliance is to reignite and realign the power that exists in the connection between the Black and Jewish communities and to grow and build a civil rights movement for the next generation,” says signatory Ben Silverman.
02/01/2021 by Rebecca Sun
As creatives seek an escape from the big city, prices jump and cutting-edge architecture rises in the High Desert area: "Seventy-five percent of my clients are investors from L.A."
02/21/2021 by Hadley Meares
The expanded streamer has "a very strong content offering at a value price point," says international COO Kelly Day.
02/24/2021 by Georg Szalai
Live Feed
The cycle with the first Black Bachelor now derailed, the ABC reality series must grapple with how to move forward without the face of the franchise.
02/16/2021 by Jackie Strause