James Corden and Ian McKellen will also be a part of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, directed by Tom Hooper.
Author Archives: AISHA HARRIS
When movies and shows from “Blindspotting” to “Detroit” wrestle with the emotional toll of violence against black people, their creators’ intentions matter.
Ms. Bee spoke about her special on Puerto Rico and about the aftermath of her use of a vulgar epithet to describe Ivanka Trump.
Ms. Oh is believed to be the first woman of Asian descent nominated for best lead actress in a drama.
“Sorry to Bother You” is part of a long tradition of black artists’ critiquing whiteness through vocal imitation.
The “Cosby Show” spinoff ended its original run 25 years ago. Its reputation may even have grown in the years since.
Boots Riley’s bonkers debut is part of a robust batch of recent movies and shows critiquing the establishment.
This season the show takes one relationship in a new direction, and the result feels tired.
A contestant on the new reality dating series is accused of aiding the sexual assault of a woman in Milwaukee last fall.
As the Marvel series returns, Cheo Hodari Coker discusses changes for the second season and the superhero’s perceived conservatism.