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"Bright" follows a Los Angeles police officer played by Smith and his new partner who is an orc played by Joel Edgerton.Add your comments
As a fairy tale about eating children, "Hansel & Gretel" was already pretty disturbing. As an art exhibition about surveillance, it's unnerving in a different way.
So you've been to the beach a million times already this summer... Our picks this weekend include a weiner dog race, sushi-making tutorials, and stargazing.
Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, who sold millions of albums with a unique mix of hard rock, hip-hop and rap, was found dead in his home near Los Angeles on Thursday.
Movie marketing veteran Jeff Walker has been attending Comic-Con since the earliest days of the convention. He's only missed it two times since the early '70s.
Jeff Orlowski says he is trying to depoliticize the ocean: "Just show people the pictures and you can make your own assessment as to what's going on."
Here are some of this year's most talked about Comic-Con panels — good luck getting in!
Residents of the street where Paul rents a large house are meeting with police and city officials to review code requirements, after a series of pranks and antics at his West Hollywood home.
Stephen Bruner is a much-in-demand musician, but he's also making a mark with his own music. His latest album, "Drunk," features a collaboration with Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald.
Laced within the movie's soundtrack are sound cues that serve as "Easter eggs" for dedicated fans. Meet the sound designer who worked with Edgar Wright on designing the film's soundscape.
The streaming giant's impressive second-quarter results came on the heels of adding many more subscribers than had been expected.
Steve Whitmire had been the voice of Kermit the Frog for 27 years when he was fired in October by Disney executives. Whitmire is speaking out now on why he was let go.
Veteran stuntman Conrad Palmisano talks about the difference between film and TV, and what stunt actors can do to address their concerns.
The characters in the Netflix series are snobs who behave badly. The show's co-creators hope they're relatable enough to make up for it.
Matt Birman, who was a second unit director on Romero's last three films and was working on the upcoming "Road of the Dead," remembers the late zombie film pioneer.
Martin Landau, the Oscar-winning actor and star of the "Mission: Impossible" TV series, has died, his publicist said.