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‘The Lovebirds’: Film Review

Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae star in Michael Showalter's 'The Lovebirds' (premiering on Netflix) about a couple whose relationship is put to the test when a crime upends their date night.

‘House of Cards’ Star Paul Sparks in Talks to Join ‘Ford v. Ferrari’ Movie

Christian Bale and Matt Damon are already set to star in the drama, which is being directed by James Mangold for Fox.

‘KPOP’ Rules at Off-Broadway’s Lortel Awards

The immersive musical about a fictional Korean pop factory scored nine nominations, while Carrie Coon, Michael Urie, Cristin Milioti and Paul Sparks are among those in the running for acting honors.

‘Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo’: Theater Review

Katie Finneran, Robert Sean Leonard and Paul Sparks star in 'At Home at the Zoo,' a double bill of Edward Albee's classic one-act 'The Zoo Story' and its prequel 'Homelife,' written nearly a half-century later.

Paul Sparks Says Working on ‘Waco’ Had “Profound Impact” on His Life

The actor portrays religious leader David Koresh’s right-hand man Steve Schneider on Paramount Network’s six-hour limited series.

Caitlin FitzGerald, Paul Sparks Board Starz’s ‘Sweetbitter’ Adaptation

'The Hollow Crown' star Tom Sturridge has also boarded the upcoming half-hour, which hails from Brad Pitt's production company.

‘Buried Child’: Theater Review

Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Nat Wolff and Taissa Farmiga star in this off-Broadway revival of Sam Shepard's Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Lee Daniels, Damon Lindelof, A-List Writers on Race, Ignoring Critics, an ‘Empire’ Axing

Six hit show creators, from 'House of Cards' to 'Good Wife,' gather for a heated, candid talk that reveals the state of opinion on Hollywood's touchiest subjects.

‘Boardwalk Empire’: Steve Buscemi, Terence Winter Share How They Ended the Final Season

The entire cast tells THR about shooting their final take of the series

‘The Killer’: Theater Review

Michael Shannon plays a man attempting to track down a serial killer in Eugene Ionesco's rarely seen dark comedy.