The "Ballers" star on his leading role in incredible true-life tale
"The Color Purple" offers a beautifully sung but static staging of a beloved story
"The Meg" might not know it's a bad summer movie, but audiences will get the picture
The songs are a bit lackluster, but the comedy absolutely slays in Arena's movie-to-musical adaptation, "Dave"
The documentary McQueen captures the illustrious designer's career as a symphony of genius, exultation, and depression
"The Spy Who Dumped Me" drops two wacky BFF's into the center of international espionage and one leaden action-comedy
Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s On the Run II packs a potent one-two punch, but doesn’t deliver the knockout.
George Takei on everything from Star Trek to Leonard Bernstein to his new cat app that pokes fun at our "fake president."
Tom Cruise dangles it all on the line (again) for a high-flying Mission: Impossible - Fallout
PolySHAMory, Dangerous When Wet, and The Unaccompanied Minor are just a few of Capital Fringe's solo offerings
Monumental's Pippin serves up selfies and sass
Synetic’s Wonderful Wizard of Oz exhibits sparks of wondrous imagination but doesn’t quite make it over the rainbow
"Skyscraper" will have you on the edge of wishing for the return of John McClane
"RuPaul's latest Drag Race" winner is on a mission to turn looks and be an LGBTQ leader
Ant-Man and the Wasp may be a small-scale Marvel effort in every respect, but it still delivers a fun caper.