Just when you thought there couldn’t be another take on vampires, AMC has come up with “Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire,” a new look at the best-selling novel and Black lives in the 20th century.
When you make a list of the roles each of the Avengers plays, you don’t find many checking off the “comedian” box.
When producer Todd Prendergast's stepfather disappeared in 2005, “I saw my mother collapsing, very upset, very emotional,” he recalls. “Something I called my ‘Incredible Hulk moment’ just kicked in and I said, ‘We’re going to find this guy.’”
Actress Selma Blair, who’s battling multiple sclerosis, continued to amaze with a “Jailhouse Rock” that included a cartwheel and splits. Yeah, they might not have been part of a traditional jive, but they certainly impressed.
The Tucson Expo Center will be packed with vendors selling everything from ball pythons to tarantulas this weekend.
While it isn’t necessary to be a fan of the first “Quantum Leap” to enjoy this one, “there is an enormous amount of backstory and mythology from the original show,” Executive Producer Martin Gero says.
During the show's first year, creator Quinta Brunson had the luxury of crafting the episodes before any started airing. “This year, we will be in a different situation where we will still be filming and writing when the show starts airing,” she says.
If you didn’t get to see “Sound of Metal” when it was in its Oscar run, do watch it now. Available on DVD, it’s a mesmerizing journey into the world of the deaf.
When Diego Luna read the script for “Rogue One,” he wondered what his character might have been doing before the “Star Wars” action began.
If you love “Only Murders in the Building,” you’ll embrace B.J. Novak’s “Vengeance.”
When the “Roseanne” reboot abruptly ended (and returned as “The Conners”), writer/producer Steve Levitan was curious about life on the set – the show you didn’t see.
If you thought there were a lot of award shows in country music, wait until you see the new Fox series, “Monarch.”
Chefs Grayson Price and Liya Chu talk about their roles in MasterChef Junior Live coming to the Orpheum Theatre.
There has never been a better time to delve into the YouTube video world.
Since everyone else seems to be making new “Pinocchio” films, it’s only fitting that Disney would, too.
After playing someone who lies repeatedly, actor Jackson White finds himself over-communicating so he won’t be misunderstood.
Look at the Emmy nominations and you’ll think voters only watched a handful of shows.
Something like “Mrs. Harris” has an audience, but theaters may not be the places they’ll find it. That means the DVD market (or streaming) is a more likely venue.
“Growing Up” teaches us life isn’t easy during those teen years. Even if someone has everything, there are obstacles to be faced and decisions to be made.
One of a handful of “heroes” interviewed in “Growing Up,” a new Disney+ series, Nebraska native Gavin Arneson says he wanted his episode help those going through similar situations. The show, produced by Brie Larson, looks at adversity teens face.
Meet Alex Crotty (Hero of episode "Alex"), Brie Larson (Executive Producer, Director), Emily Flores (Hero of episode "Emily"), and Sage Dolan-…
Steve Carell and Domhnall Gleeson did extensive research about therapists and patients before embarking on a 10-episode FX series, “The Patient.” But they knew they couldn’t craft characters based on other situations.
Danny DeVito knows he can act like a demon every now and then. But to base “Little Demon” on that observation?
It’s just a jumping off point, says daughter Lucy DeVito.
To understand how a 6’7” “She-Hulk” should act, Tatiana Maslany (who’s 5’4”) studied her stunt double – who is that height. Maslany discovered she moves differently through the world and, often, has to deal with unexpected barriers.