'Love Thy Nature': Film Review
Sylvie Rokab’s documentary examines our deteriorating relationship with the natural world.read more
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Outlast 2: Stunning, Scary, and Sick
You’d think that a place like the cacophonous show floor of PAX East 2016 would be just about the worst possible venue to preview a game as reliant on mood and atmosphere as Outlast 2, but somehow developer Red Barrels absolutely nailed the presentation. Nestled in the back of the show floor was an ominous wooden structure, and upon entering, we were guided to a claustrophobic nook that removed us…
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Kelly Ripa Says She Will Return to 'Live' on Tuesday
The host sent an email to staff late Friday night. read more
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Cyndi Lauper Remembers Good Friend Prince: "He Was So Sweet to Me All the Freakin' Time"
Lauper remembers attending his shows as a fan and a friend. read more
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Hollywood and China: A Fad or Future of the Film Industry?
An all-star executive panel including Ari Emanuel, Jim Gianopulos, Bob Simonds and the head of Wanda Pictures discussed the future of the world’s two largest film industires in Beverly Hills on April 16.read more
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Jimmy Fallon Remembers Prince During 'SNL' Special Tribute
The April 23 special, titled “Goodnight Sweet Prince,” showed clips of the late legendary artist’s memorable performances on the show.read more
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'Mr. Church': Tribeca Review
Eddie Murphy plays a man hired to cook for a dying woman and her young daughter in Bruce Beresford’s drama. read more
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Grimm Star Reggie Lee Reacts to Wu's Huge Transformation
Full spoilers for the Grimm episode “Good to the Bone” continue below. It’s the end of Sergeant Wu as we know him, and actor Reggie Lee feels pretty fine about it. “It’s interesting, because I didn’t think I would ever be here,” he said during a visit to the set of Grimm when the series was filming “Good to the Bone.” “I always thought I was like the human that was safe — safe being a relative te…
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'Special Correspondents': Tribeca Review
Netflix’s ill-conceived satire marks a career low for writer-director-star Ricky Gervais.read more
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