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‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’: Film Review

Aaron Sorkin directs a starry ensemble that includes Sacha Baron Cohen, Yahya Abdul Mateen II, Mark Rylance and Eddie Redmayne in 'The Trial of the Chicago 7,' his account of the legal travesty…

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Stars and Their Real-Life Inspirations

Aaron Sorkin's vast ensemble cast portray characters who transfixed the nation during a dramatic seven-month conspiracy trial in Chicago in 1967. 

Berlin: ‘He-Man’ Doc Finds U.S. Home With High Octane (Exclusive)

'Power of Grayskull: The Definitive History of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe,' a documentary based on the eternally popular brand, has found a home in North America with High Octane Pictures.

‘Kidding’: TV Review

Jim Carrey and Michel Gondry reteam for 'Kidding,' a series that audaciously tracks the unraveling of a children's TV star.

A March To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Among retrospective and revival highlights in Los Angeles this month are a series curated by Olivier Assayas, an annual noir festival and a weekend of films about "gaslighting."

Frank Langella to Star in Hamptons-Skewering Satire ‘Lapham Rising’

Charlie Kessler is directing the adaptation of Roger Rosenblatt's 2009 novel about a man (with a talking dog) who tries to stop an ostentatious mansion from being built.

‘Youth in Oregon’: Film Review | Palm Springs 2017

A retired doctor, played by Frank Langella, is determined to end his life through euthanasia in 'Youth in Oregon,' a drama that also stars Billy Crudup, Christina Applegate and Mary Kay Place.

Tonys: What the Winners Are Saying Backstage

James Corden emceed Broadway's biggest night at the Beacon Theater in New York City.

Tonys: James Corden, Lin-Manuel Miranda Call for Love Over Hate After Orlando Shooting

The awards show said earlier on Sunday that it was dedicating that evening's ceremony from New York's Beacon Theatre to the victims of the massacre at Pulse nightclub, the deadliest mass shooting in…

Tony Math: Predicting Who Will Win Alongside ‘Hamilton’

'The Humans' and 'Long Day's Journey Into Night' could both scoop up multiple trophies.

‘The Father’: Theater Review

Frank Langella takes a dark journey down the tragic one-way tunnel of dementia in French playwright Florian Zeller's intense drama, adapted in English by Christopher Hampton.

Frank Langella Talks About Losing His Mind Eight Times a Week on Broadway (Q&A)

"I would just say it's an occupational hazard," says the three-time Tony Award winner of playing an elderly man with dementia in 'The Father.'