Boots Riley has some serious issues with Spike Lee’s new film, “BlacKkKlansman” — to put it lightly.
Taking a page from Lee, a fellow outspoken cultural critic, the “Sorry to Bother You” director offered up a sharp critique of the “content and timing of the film” in a statement he released Friday on Twitter.Read more
A court has granted Stan Lee a three-year restraining order against a former business manager and caregiver who has been accused of filing a false police report and engaging in elder abuse against the 95-year-old comic book legend.Read more
1968: Visions of Possibilities Yearlong series continues with Los Angeles premiere of the rare 1968 documentary Czechoslovakia: Portrait of a Tragedy, chronicling the historic nonviolent resistance known as the Prague Spring. Among those interviewed is a young Václav Havel who later became the last president of Czechoslovakia and a leader in the Velvet Revolution of 1989.Read more
Most everyone has that certain song, one that takes you back in your mind and heart to an earlier time and place. But imagine if that song were an entire album. And it essentially locked you in a place in the past.Read more
“I read somewhere that acting is the shy person’s revenge,” Emily Mortimer says. “I always was — and still am — very, very shy really. And by doing the thing that I was most scared of was the only way I was going to be able to function in the world.”
The British actress, 46, has had a vast variety of roles throughout her career, in film and on television.Read more