From Patti LaBelle to Neil Patrick Harris, the stage at the 68th Annual Tony Awards will be packed with big stars and even bigger performances.
Like most of its predecessors, it’s an involving and intriguing, visually arresting entertainment about mutant superheroes with astonishing otherworldly powers who are second-class citizens, metaphorically speaking.
Nominations for Broadway’s Tony Awards will be announced Tuesday, but unlike most years, there no obvious front-runners for best musical or play and virtually no lock in the acting categories.
Golden Globe and Tony Award-winning actor Hugh Jackman returns to host “The 68th Annual Tony Awards,” live from Radio City Music Hall on Sunday, June 8th, 8pm ET.
What were the year’s most stimulating and/or satisfying and/or admirable moviegoing experiences of the outgoing year? Here’s our resident critic’s personal list.
It’s about 2½ hours long, but there’s not a wasted frame in this visually and thematically dark mystery-suspense thriller.
What does the quieter and more thoughtful autumn movie season have in store for viewers before the award-conscious, high-profile holiday movie lineup unveils? Here’s a peek…
What do moviegoers have to look forward to (or, perhaps, in some cases, dread) through the rest of May and into June, July, and August?
KYW’s Bill Wine picks the likely winners of best-actor and best-supporting-actor Oscars at this Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony.
This contemptible compilation comedy is simply offensive, despite the array of A-list stars.
Look for these mainstream titles to open on theatre screens during the first few months of 2013.
Before 2012 can disappear from our memory banks, how about a look back at the year’s most gratifying moviegoing experiences?
Make it three in a row for The Hobbit.
Even if the movie doesn’t quite replicate the parade of privileged moments of the stage play, it still resonates with intense emotionality and extravagant romanticism.
For moviegoers, December means the climax to the year’s big-screen release schedule is now upon us.