New featured player Ego Nwodim steps in as Chicago’s Luke Null moves out.
The actresses play teen pariahs in a movie testing limits with sexuality and violence.
Even packed with Gilda Radner’s journals and home movies, the powerful but pithy documentary barely scratches the surface of the comedian’s greatness.
Off-putting scenes with Common, Jennifer Garner, Allison Janney and others spoil the good-natured workplace comedy directed by Judy Greer.
“Quincy,” which will debut on Netflix and in select theaters Friday, is an intimate portrait of a hard-to-summarize legend.
Constantly dishonest and manipulative, the multi-generational weeper loses our trust early on and never gets it back.
There is lots of fun stuff to do in Chicago this weekend including a lit crawl; LGBTQ film fest and after-hours at the MSI.
After a successful debut as a coach on “The Voice,” the pop star will be chatting, “my favorite pastime,” on the series starting in 2019.
Giving voice to the underdogs when he’s not doing pointless pranks, the leftist documentarian blames politicians on both sides for our broken system.
Winnie-the-Pooh, that silly old bear, is the star of a new exhibition at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.
Though the writer says he viewed the two Muppets as a loving couple, Sesame Workshop declares they “do not have a sexual orientation.”
Chen made no mention of the case involving Moonves. She appeared to fight back tears when she thanked crew members.
Acting awards go to Claire Foy, Matthew Rhys, Henry Winkler, Regina King, Darren Criss and Bill Hader.
The co-stars are honored after a single season of the Amazon series.