Writers are set to vote to ratify a new contract before they can end their nearly five month strike against the studios.
Hollywood production has been halted for months as actors and writers have been on strike. Now, the writers are headed back to work. Actors represented by SAG-AFTRA remain on strike.
A new exhibition at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures celebrates the life and outrageous cinema of John Waters, queer icon and proud maker of "filth."
Forty years after the fall of an Argentine military dictatorship that tortured and murdered tens of thousands of civilians, a video record of its trial has its U.S. premiere at Film Forum in New York.
Kenneth Branaugh is back as Hercule Poirot, and it's hard not to enjoy his company in this unusually spooky murder mystery based on Agatha Christie's 1969 novel Hallowe'en Party.
The film pays homage to the real story of an unapologetically queer man in a male-dominated sport and society.
The animated series on Max follows a young Black family getting back on its feet after the mother is struck by illness. The show is a spin-off from an Oscar-winning short film by Matthew A. Cherry.
The Woolsey wildfire devastated most of Paramount Ranch's Hollywood heritage in 2018. Human-driven climate change is demanding difficult decisions about what to preserve in the rebuilding process.
Hollywood has churned out films that depict labor organizers as communists, and labor bosses as gangsters. So it should come as no surprise that real-life negotiations with the studios are so tricky.
The talk show host reversed course after intense backlash over the announced return of her show. Barrymore's great aunt, actor Ethel Barrymore, also undermined union efforts in the 1920s.
With no end in sight for the Hollywood strikes, we check in on the new releases for the fall. Our critics share their recommendations for more than 25 films coming out between now and Thanksgiving.
The British entertainer denies the allegations, put forward in a join investigation by the the U.K.'s Sunday Times, The Times and Channel 4.
Craig Gillespie's dramedy Dumb Money chronicles the 2021 Wall Street phenomenon known as the GameStop short squeeze, which pitted small investors against major hedge funds.
Bernal flirts and struts and gives one of the best performances of his career in a film inspired by the life of Mexican American professional wrestling star Saúl Armendáriz.
Red Carpet author Erich Schwartzel says that film studios increasingly need Chinese audiences to break even — which can result in self-censorship. Originally broadcast Feb. 21, 2022.