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Critics’ Conversation: The Exhilarating Stupidity of Netflix’s ‘The Circle’

Two THR critics delve into 'The Circle,' analyzing just what makes this Netflix reality TV show so brilliantly stupid, trashily satisfying and surprisingly moving.

Netflix’s New Releases Coming in April 2021

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will hit the streaming service this month.

How Remote Production Is Changing for Unscripted TV — and Where It’s Going

From sterile studios to a hermetically sealed "fortress," unscripted TV creators are working to improve production values amid COVID-19 restrictions.

Hollywood Reporter TV Critics: 11 Things to Watch if You’re Stuck at Home

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, The Hollywood Reporter TV critics offer eleven shows to watch if you're stuck at home.

‘Star Wars’ Breakout John Boyega Reconnects With His Stage Roots as ‘Woyzeck’

The actor takes time out from a soaring film career for his first theater lead, in a Cold War revamp of Buchner's classic working-class tragedy about a dehumanized soldier.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘The Circle,’ ‘How ‘to be a Latin Lover’ and More

What THR's critics are saying about Rami Malek in 'Buster's Mal Heart' and Jacob Latimore as a street magician in the hybrid feature 'Sleight.'

Weekend Box Office: ‘The Circle’ Crumbles With D+ CinemaScore; ‘How to Be a Latin Lover’ Wows

'The Fate of the Furious' will easily stay No. 1 in North America while zooming past the $1 billion mark at the global box office.

Tribeca: ‘The Circle’ Team on Bill Paxton, Real-Life Inspirations for Tech Thriller

Tom Hanks and Emma Watson star in the James Ponsoldt-directed film based on the Dave Eggers novel, which had its world premiere Wednesday in New York.

Emma Watson on Why She’s Very Private and How ‘The Circle’ Made Her Even More So

"I love social media, and I love what it can do and how it brings people together, but used in the wrong way, it's incredibly dangerous."

From ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ to ‘Dark Tower’: 15 Books Being Adapted for the Screen This Year

This year, a new roster of books are flying off shelves and into theaters and on streaming services.