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‘Genius: Aretha’: TV Review

Cynthia Erivo stars as the Queen of Soul and Courtney B. Vance as her pastor father in Suzan-Lori Parks' decades-spanning Nat Geo miniseries.

‘The Dark Divide’: Film Review

David Cross and Debra Messing star in The Dark Divide, the real-life tale of a naturalist exploring a vast national forest.

The 24 Hour Plays to Launch Viral Monologues (Exclusive)

Rachel Dratch, Hugh Dancy, Patrick Wilson and Denis O'Hare are among 20 actors performing original pieces written overnight by David Lindsay-Abaire, Jesse Eisenberg and Stephen Adly Guirgis, among…

‘David Cross: Oh Come On’: Film Review

Prolific performance-film director Lance Bangs captures David Cross' latest stand-up set in 'Oh Come On.'

New York Comedy Festival: Tracy Morgan, David Cross, Marc Maron Among Headliners

Tracy Morgan, David Cross, Conan O'Brien, Marc Maron, Dan Harmon's Harmontown, Bill Burr and 'Insecure' star Yvonne Orji are among the acts set to headline the New York Comedy Festival's 15th annual…

Amber Tamblyn Talks Educating David Cross About Racism, #MeToo

In an interview with NPR, Amber Tamblyn explained the conversations she's had with husband David Cross after he was accused of racism and participated in an intense interview with his 'Arrested…

BritBox Adding John Cleese, David Cross Comedies

'Bliss' and 'Hold the Sunset' are being added to the subscription service later this year.

‘Arrested Development’ Season 5: TV Review

After a couple of stutter-steps salvaging the storyline from season four, the new season of 'Arrested Development' begins to hit its stride, evoking the show's glory days.

Kenya Barris, Howie Mandel, Ken Jeong Join Just for Laughs 2018 Lineup

Russell Peters and David Cross will also perform at the 36th edition of the festival.

The Russo Brothers Tried to Get David Cross for That ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Easter Egg

"I like that fans of both series are tickled," the 'Arrested Development' actor tells THR.

‘The Post’: 16 of the Film’s Stars and Their Real-Life Inspirations

Steven Spielberg's film, starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, follows the events that led to the 1971 decision to publish the 'Pentagon Papers' in The Washington Post.

Amber Tamblyn’s Birth Announcement Is Bananas

Feminist humor for the win.