The star, along with Rihanna and his “Atlanta” collaborators, crafts a freewheeling paean to the pleasures of taking it easy.Read More
The musician and TV creator’s new project, a 55-minute film with Rihanna, is available now to stream on Amazon.
The new teaser trailer also showed the return of familiar characters like Leia Organa and Lando Calrissian.
The newest clip for the Disney remake includes hardly any music. Why? And why does the promo for “Anna” make it seem oddly familiar?
If “Bird Box” seemed like an ocular companion to the aural deprivation of “A Quiet Place,” this new film feels like a kind of prequel.
The first feature from the director Hiro Murai restages and remixes Gambino songs like “This Is America” and “Summertime Magic.”
She talks about playing the poet Emily Dickinson as an unlikely L.G.B.T.Q. hero and the sexist opposition that tried to silence her.
The film’s underground characters and those behind bars share many conditions; the film in effect dramatizes the issues surrounding mass incarceration.
Neil Marshall’s chaotic reboot turns all the dials to 11 and keeps them there.
The director Tina Gordon narrates a sequence from her film, featuring Marsai Martin, Issa Rae and Rachel Dratch.