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"You didn't want to create a panic? Well, congrats, dude, you nailed it," the late night host said sarcastically. "Aside from a once-in-a-century economic crash that's threatening the health and livelihoods of millions of people — not to mention lines at food banks and fights in supermarket aisles over toilet paper — everybody's super chill."
09/11/2020 by Abbey White
Four new films will unveil on the streaming service in October.
09/02/2020 by Aaron Couch
Sam Mendes' war drama '1917' will begin the lineup, followed by the musical 'Rocketman.'
09/05/2020 by Trilby Beresford
'Best Kept Secrets' will see the entertainer serve as a confidant for anonymous callers.
08/12/2020 by Natalie Jarvey
BAFTA TV Awards: 'End of the F***ing World' Wins Top Drama Prize, 'Chernobyl Claims' Mini-Series Honor
The postponed show was shot in a closed, socially-distanced studio with winners accepting their awards via Zoom or pre-rerecorded speeches.
07/31/2020 by Alex Ritman
The project comes from 'Billions' and 'The Good Wife' veteran Adam Perlman.
08/05/2020 by Rick Porter
The movie and cultural experience series is launching in L.A.'s Chinatown neighborhood amid the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to fuse community, art, entertainment and food while boosting local business and nonprofits.
09/08/2020 by Chris Gardner
The new season will also feature former winners and finalists joining Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons on the judging panel.
09/28/2020 by Michael O'Connell
Guan Hu’s controversial, oft-delayed and visually stunning war epic finally makes its way to theaters, much to the delight of exhibitors.
08/31/2020 by Elizabeth Kerr
Kerry Washington Says She's "Still Scared at Times" of Having the Cops Called on Her in Certain Neighborhoods
The 'Scandal' and 'Little Fires Everywhere' star also spoke about the conversations she has with her own children about police brutality and fears around appearing at the DNC during a pandemic.
09/21/2020 by Abbey White
Katherine Langford and Charlie Plummer star in this darkly comic horror story about a wave of spontaneous combustions among high school students.
09/30/2020 by Frank Scheck
The U-turn coincides with a surge in new coronavirus cases in Ontario and a social media backlash.
09/09/2020 by Etan Vlessing
"Maybe there's a way to get a version that's more true to life for the book, more intellectual and a little more live in its sensibility," he says of taking on the role.
08/30/2020 by Chris Gardner
The largest American theater chain is celebrating the reopening of screens with throwback 1920s pricing on Aug. 20.
08/13/2020 by Etan Vlessing
"We are thrilled that 97 percent of guests surveyed have expressed high satisfaction with how Cinemark is protecting their health and safety," said CEO Mark Zoradi, predicting "2021 will be a strong box office year."
08/04/2020 by Georg Szalai, Etan Vlessing