When Hayao Miyazaki retired and it seemed that Studio Ghibli would be out of commission, the upstart Studio Ponoc went to work. Then the master unretired.
Author Archives: ROBERT ITO
“Love After Lockup,” a hit show on WE TV, is part of a trend toward kinder, gentler prison shows, with sympathetic cons and lovestruck civilians.
Noelle Stevenson reimagines the campy 1980s cartoon for another era: “Our characters just have a lot of feelings.”
A hit podcast is reimagined with creepy sets, unsettling visuals — and Julia Roberts.
The author Angie Thomas, the star Amandla Stenberg and the director George Tillman Jr. know what it’s like to be outsiders, and put that in their work.
The “Saturday Night Live” veterans trade Beyoncé and Prince impersonations for a normcore couple in Southern California in their new series “Forever.”
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.