(Warning: The following story contains MAJOR spoilers from both the first episode of HBO’s “Watchmen,” and the DC Comics graphic novel.)With the premiere of HBO’s “Watchmen, we finally know how Damon Lindelof is tackling the acclaimed graphic novel written by Alan Moore and drawn by Dave Gibbons: with
“David Byrne’s American Utopia,” which opened Sunday at Broadway’s Hudson Theatre for a limited run, marks the latest Broadway residency for a ’70s rock star. And the former Talking Heads frontman’s approach to the Midtown venue is a distinct departure from earlier efforts from the likes of Bruce Springsteen
"My British friends said to me, 'I’m sure he’s great but you shouldn’t do it because the British tabloids will destroy your life.'"
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex give their most candid interviews yet in the new documentary Harry & Meghan: An Africa Journey.
Sometimes the supervillain has his day: “Joker” has passed “Justice League” on the all-time box office charts.Made on almost a sixth of the budget of “Justice League” at just $55 million, “Joker” has exploded into the top 10 highest grossing movies of the year with $737 million grossed after just 3 weekends
“Part of this role, part of this job and this family being under the pressure that it is under, inevitably stuff happens."
The phoney war was over on World on Fire (BBC One) and the real battles had truly begun. There were firing squads and revenge killings in Warsaw. There was a full fire fight in Belgium.
Those crazy kids over at Bad Lip Reading are at again, this time taking a perfectly straight campaign video of 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and turning it into a “it looks like he just said that but he didn’t really say that… or did he?” parody.“America… is ready for a change,” the
No shocks this week as David James and pro partner Nadiya Bychkova become fourth couple eliminated from Strictly 2019
Once again, a Hollywood icon has panned Marvel movies and, once again, James Gunn has spoken out in defense of them.The “Guardians of the Galaxy” filmmaker responded in an Instagram post Sunday to Francis Ford Coppola’s comments at the Lumiere Festival in France this weekend. Coppola was asked whether
One of TV’s most charming series sailed back onto our screens last night, but it was bittersweet because this could well be the final voyage. Great Canal Journeys (Channel 4) saw actors Timothy West (skipper) and Prunella Scales (first mate-cum-cook) taking a tranquil trip down memory lane.
The former first lady posted an Instagram pic showing her hitting the gym — and hoisting some weights— in a sports bra and leggings.
After topping the box office the past two weeks, “Joker” was finally knocked off its perch by the new “Maleficent.” But I doubt anybody at Warner Bros is too upset — we’re talking about the studio’s biggest movie of the year here. “Joker” has already been a huge success.Though the film’s critical reception
If Marvel fans weren’t happy about Martin Scorsese saying Marvel movies aren’t cinema, they’re really not going to like what Francis Ford Coppola had to say about “Avengers” and its brethren.“Martin was kind when he said it’s not cinema. He didn’t say it’s despicable, which I just say it is,” Coppola
(We spoil the entire ending of “Dark Phoenix” here and have spoilers for the rest of the “X-Men” movie franchise as well)It would seem, as far as anyone can tell, that the “X-Men” movie franchise as we know it is over now. Technically it’s not official — Disney and Fox have not declared at any point
After a summer that sometimes left observers worried about the state of the indie box office, this weekend saw not one, not two, but three films earn per screen averages of over $30,000 in the biggest specialty weekend of 2019.The top average of the weekend went to Fox Searchlight’s “Jojo Rabbit,” which
‘England emphatically beat Australia in the Rugby World Cup ... now that’s what I call a “super Saturday”,’ writes Toby Wood. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty ImagesYour review of the Pre-Raphaelite Sisters exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery (17 October) says that in the mid-19th century “for
A woman climbed onto a cruise ship railing for a perfect shot — and got a lifelong ban from Royal Caribbean.