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‘Dean Martin: King of Cool’: Film Review | DOC NYC 2021

Tom Donahue’s documentary celebrates the ultra-laidback, ultra-elusive megastar of nightclubs, records, movies and television.

‘Hard Luck Love Song’: Film Review

Michael Dorman plays a down-on-his-luck singer-songwriter in Justin Corsbie's drama based on a Todd Snider song, also featuring Sophia Bush.

‘Nobody’: Film Review

Bob Odenkirk turns action hero in Ilya Naishuller's dad-vs-mobsters saga.

‘Cut Throat City’: Film Review

Shameik Moore, Eiza Gonzalez and Tip “T.I.” Harris play characters navigating New Orleans’ underworld in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in RZA’s drama 'Cut Throat City,' which also features Wesley Snipes, Terrence Howard and Ethan Hawke.

‘Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men’: TV Review | Sundance 2019

Sacha Jenkins' 'Of Mics and Men,' a four-hour Showtime documentary about the Wu-Tang Clan, begins with tremendous early music, colorful storytelling and a healthy dose of Staten Island context.

Common to Topline Starz’s ‘Black Samurai’ Reboot From RZA, Jerry Bruckheimer

The drama, which is in development, is based on the 'Black Samurai' novels by Marc Olden and subsequent feature film.

Azealia Banks and Russell Crowe Clash at Party

Banks alleged the Oscar-winning Australian actor verbally and physically assaulted her before forcibly ejecting her from a small gathering at his hotel suite.

RZA Signs With WME

The multihyphenate rapper-filmmaker was previously at CAA.

Man Charged in Stabbings During Party at RZA’s House

Two people were stabbed Saturday during a party at the Wu-Tang Clan founder's New Jersey home.

TIFF: RZA to Direct Thriller ‘Breakout’ for Amasia Entertainment

The project, which is being introduced to buyers at TIFF, is set to begin shooting in early 2016.

Azealia Banks, RZA Teaming for Musical Drama

Common, Jill Scott and Lorraine Toussaint are also on board.

Inside One of Hollywood’s Hottest Holiday Parties With Kerry Washington, Charlie Hunnam

Producer Jennifer Klein's guest list drew top executives, actors, filmmakers and tastemakers, one of whom sympathized with the victims of the Sony hack: "If they saw my emails, this would be much worse"