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So fetch! 'Mean Girls' musical scores 12 Tony nominations

The nominees for the 2018 Tony Awards were announced Tuesday. "Mean Girls" and "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical" tied for the most nominations with 12, with "Angels in America," "The Band's Visit" and "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel" followed with 11 each.

Tyler Perry’s Scandalous Thriller Arrives on Digital June 12 and on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD June 26 from Lionsgate

Taraji P. Henson absolutely slays in Tyler Perry’s Acrimony, arriving on Digital June 12 and on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, and On Demand June 26 from Lionsgate. Written, directed, and produced by the multi-talented Tyler Perry ...

A spoiler-y discussion about Marvel's 'Avengers' mashup

By now, millions have flocked to opening-weekend screenings of "Avengers: Infinity War," leaving them debating the movie's twists, turns and ending, including what it all might mean for the fourth "Avengers" movie due next year -- and really the entire ...

'Star Wars: Resistance' awakens franchise's animated galaxy

The "Star Wars" universe is expanding again on the animation front with "Star Wars: Resistance," a Disney Channel series set during a period prior to events depicted in the 2015 movie "The Force Awakens."

Netflix CEO paid $24 million last year -- and salaries are going up this year

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings' pay keeps climbing. Hastings, Netflix's co-founder, took home a total of $24.4 million last year, according to a company filing Monday. His pay rose 5% in 2017 from the year before.

‘Black Panther’ Becomes 1st Film to Premiere in Saudi Arabia Since 35-Year Cinema Ban

The cultural impact of Black Panther has continued to increase in magnitude since its Feb. 16 release. Shattering records with each tick of the clock, the Marvel film gained historic steam with praise from moviegoers and positive reviews. Now, while ...

'Rampage' cooks up generic monster mash with Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne Johnson seemingly stars in a movie about every four months, which in the last fiscal year has included "Jumanji" (good) and "Baywatch" (not so much). Enter "Rampage," another game-inspired action vehicle, which falls somewhere between his recent hit and ...

Sandra Bullock is criminally good at scheming in the 'Ocean's 8' trailer

Sandra Bullock's Debbie Ocean is out of prison and is ready to scheme again in the new trailer for "Ocean's 8."

New “Mr. Soul!” Documentary Explores How Ellis Haizlip’s PBS Show “Soul!” Brought Black Culture to Talk Show TV

Ellis Haizlip broke the talk show and public television color barrier when he introduced “SOUL!,” the weekly program he hosted during the late ’60s and early ’70s, to PBS. Now, a half decade after the show debuted, his niece Melissa ...

'Black Panther' passes 'Titanic' at the box office

"Black Panther" moved past "Titanic" on the all-time list of highest grossing films. But "A Quiet Place" took the top spot at this weekend's box office.

'A Quiet Place' leads box office, as horror keeps making noise

Another weekend, another No. 1 finish by a horror movie at the box office -- in this case, "A Quiet Place," a taut, niftily constructed exercise in tension starring and directed by John Krasinski, who's joined in the tiny cast ...

Andie MacDowell on Womanhood, Spirituality and Love After Love

Actress Andie MacDowell’s appeal is in her ethereal glow. From her crown of dark cascading curls to her porcelain complexion and delicate features, MacDowell’s sweet yet sultry sensuality captivated movie-going audiences with hits like Sex, Lies, and Videotape, Green Card, ...

Crystle Stewart: Homegrown Talent Stars in Tyler Perry’s 'Acrimony'

What would happen if …? How many times in a lifetimes does one pose this question to themselves? What if this path was taken? What if I had taken this or that opportunity? What if my path hadn’t crossed with ...

Houston Latino Filmmaker Somers Debuts ‘Rich Kids’ at Houston Latino Film Festival

Now in its third year, the Houston Latino Film Festival puts Latino culture on the big screen.

Miss USA 2008 and Missouri City Native Crystle Stewart Makes Film Debut in Tyler Perry’s Acrimony

Crystle Stewart, Miss USA 2008 and former cast member in Tyler Perry's "For Better Or Worse," is gearing up for her big screen debut in the latest Tyler Perry film, Acrimony.