The stage needs a new word for anyone who plays one of the newsboys in “Newsies,” the touring musical now at the National Theatre, because the dancing is … well, just take a look at a YouTube clip.
At some point movie characters have got to realize that amusement parks are less “amusing” and more “potentially fatal.”
“Spy” is refreshing in a lot of ways, but mostly because it doesn’t think the Strong Female Character is enough — because it isn’t anymore.
Race on foot or by bike; pair yoga and martinis; crawl through the mud; and more.
This summer sees two beer-related festivals, the 40th anniversary of Capital Pride, and usual suspects AFIDocs and Honfest. And more!
Even though spycraft is more staring at screens than shooting at bad guys, movies make stealing secrets look glamorous.
I think it’s unfair that Zoe Saldana is the only woman of color I can remember interviewing for a blockbuster. Ever.
There’s so much to do and see at this convention that we’ve made an A-to-Z list to help you navigate.
According to the movies, God really does not want you to live in California. The Golden State has been the site of many a cinematic disaster — including in this week’s “San Andreas."
“Tomorrowland” tries something big. The fact that it doesn’t quite succeed almost proves its point.