The “Saturday Night Live” veterans trade Beyoncé and Prince impersonations for a normcore couple in Southern California in their new series “Forever.”
Author Archives: ROBERT ITO
With much riding on the first major Hollywood film with a majority Asian cast and crew since 1993, the makers faced questions about identity.
Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Michelle Yeoh, Awkwafina and others recall the casting process and what it was like to finally work on an all-Asian Hollywood film.
A new documentary about the beloved TV host mined a treasure trove of fan letters, scripts and more at the Fred Rogers Center.
How David Henry Hwang teamed up with the composer Jeanine Tesori for “Soft Power,” a play with music — or maybe a play that becomes a musical.
TV gentrifiers are usually white and serve as comic relief. But in a new drama on Starz set in Los Angeles’s Boyle Heights, they’re Mexican-American.
Amid the #MeToo movement, the franchise is trying to clear up long-running debates about Lara Croft. Now she’s still tough, but also a bit of a screw-up.
There’s a reason movie studios say scary films are fact-based: Audiences eat that up.
Paramount Network replaces the former home of “Baywatch” reruns with shows that have cinematic roots, like “Heathers” and “Yellowstone.”