A new Netflix documentary about tennis champion Naomi Osaka is a poignant, albeit curated, portrait of a young biracial woman navigating the precipice of sports superstardom.
After a pandemic pause last year, the top brass of tech, media and markets descended in central Idaho for an annual gathering. This is what it was like to be there this year.
A new Netflix movie called Skater Girl chronicles the journey of an Indian teenage girl who discovers a life-changing passion for skateboarding. It's also the story of Asha Gond.
The series is Italy's first with a majority Black cast. Lead actor Giuseppe Dave Seke tells NPR that Zero is "opening up a door in Italy that was just waiting to be opened."
"I never want people to feel like fantasy and romance and magic and adventure belong to just one kind of person," the fantasy author says. A new Netflix series is adapted from her works.
The movie, based on an award-winning novel, traces the unlikely journey of a poor villager in search of wealth. Does it ring true to those who know what it's like to be poor in India?
Yoozoo Group CEO Lin Qi, 39, was also executive producer for an upcoming Netflix series. Reports suggest he may have been poisoned by a colleague.
George C. Wolfe's adaptation of the classic August Wilson play features electrifying performances by Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman.
David Fincher's dramatization of Citizen Kane's origin story is an impressive, if occasionally inert, biopic.
The comedian said he was snared in an unfair contract years ago, which allows Comedy Central to profit off the show without compensating him.
Who'd have guessed that a centuries-old game would become 2020's hard-to-find, must-have toy? Sales spiked after the release of the hit Netflix show, and now toy analysts are warning of a shortage.
Netflix's latest teen melodrama attempts to tackle a lot of social issues and ills at once, to mixed results.
Ifeanyi Nsofor reviews the documentary series, Journey Of An African Colony, which confronts a painful past — including involvement in the slave trade — and celebrates the nation's independence.
In his new book No Rules Rules, Reed Hastings argues that in order for a creative workplace to succeed, it needs as few policies and rules as possible. Others say the culture is demoralizing.
Most non-English films made outside the U.S. are inaccessible to many of the 26.9 million visually impaired Americans. "Dubbing just tells us the dialogue," one disability rights activist explains.