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‘The Menu’ Review: Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Fiennes and Nicholas Hoult Headline Mark Mylod’s Tasty Satire

A group of epicureans travel to a remote island for the ultimate dining experience in the 'Succession' director's feature premiering at the Toronto Film Festival.

Judith Light’s on Her Glam “Pared-Down” Style, Unfortunate “Gold Lame” Phase and Why Comfort Is Overrated

Just like her last name, Judith Light possesses an ethereal quality, which she’s gorgeously embraced in recent months with her red carpet looks. Working with stylist Kevin Michael Ericson since last fall, the Tony Award-winning and Emmy-nominated actress, 73, has been a style star with minimalist outfits that still bring the glamour and also let […]

Wilson Cruz Calls for Action Against Anti-LGBTQ Legislation, Stresses the Importance of Love

In light of the “Don’t Say Gay” bill recently passing in Florida and the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade, resilience and perseverance were top of mind for everyone at the GLAAD Media Awards in New York City on Friday. Both instances of government control have been seen as taking steps back in the progress […]

Judith Light to Receive GLAAD’s Excellence in Media Award at New York Gala

Judith Light, a beloved performer and champion of LGBTQ and human rights, is being honored for the example she has set over more than 40 years in the business. GLAAD has announced that it will fete Light on May 6 at New York’s Hilton Midtown where she’ll receive the Excellence in Media Award at the […]

Inside the Costume Designers Guild Awards: Calls for Pay Parity, Expressions of Love for Ukraine

Infusing fashion with calls to action, the Costume Designers Guild Awards (CDGA) has become a platform to raise a community voice about deeper issues — from the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements in 2018 and the impact of the pandemic to, this year, the ongoing Russian invasion in Ukraine and pleas for pay equity. For […]

How a ‘Friends’ Connection Led to Courteney Cox Landing Lead Role on Starz Series ‘Shining Vale’

As Jeff Astrof was writing Shining Vale, he had only a few prerequisites in mind for the character Pat Phelps, a middle-aged author who moves her family from the city to a house in the suburbs that may or may not be haunted. “I knew she would have dark hair,” Astrof explained to The Hollywood […]

Starz’s ‘Shining Vale’: TV Review

Jeff Astrof and Sharon Horgan's horror-comedy follows a family led by Courteney Cox and Greg Kinnear as they move into a Connecticut house that might be haunted by ghosts, demons or just an extended metaphor.

‘The Same Storm’: Film Review | Telluride 2021

Peter Hedges' journal of a plague year features a diverse ensemble of gifted actors — including Mary-Louise Parker, Noma Dumezweni and Sandra Oh — who were filmed remotely.

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘tick, tick…BOOM!’ Starring Andrew Garfield Set to Open AFI Fest

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s much anticipated directorial debut tick, tick…BOOM! is timed to detonate Nov. 10 as the Netflix film opens the 35th edition of AFI Fest with a screening at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese Theatre. The festival, scheduled for Nov. 10-14, is being billed as a hybrid one with both in-person screenings and events as well as […]

‘Ms. White Light’: Film Review

Roberta Colindrez plays a woman who only gets along with those near death in Paul Shoulberg's 'Ms. White Light.'

‘The Politician’ Season 2: TV Review

Netflix's Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan comedy 'The Politician' returns for a second season following up on last year's Judith Light-Bette Midler finale.

Critic’s Notebook: Rosie O’Donnell’s Epic Love Affair With Broadway

A dizzying lineup of stage stars checked in from their kitchens, basements, living rooms and even one bathtub in an online benefit for The Actors Fund that stressed the importance of community during times of anxiety and isolation.