CBS’s new late-night host rejiggers the set and typical run of show to fit his unique talents
‘Get Hard’ Reviews: Critics Slam Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart Prison Farce
“It’s an absolutely horrible, amateurishly assembled comedy that is more offensive than...
‘Serena’ Review: Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence Star in a (Maybe Too) Old-Fashioned Tragedy
It’s nowhere near as polished as “Silver Linings Playbook,” but “Serena” teams...
‘Get Hard’ Review: Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart Charm and Offend in Blundering Bromance
The two make for a great comedy duo, but director Etan Cohen...
With a slow-burn sensibility and the veteran actor used to strong effect, this modest thriller will make the hairs on the back of your neck...
Competent actors than usual can only accomplish so much with more tin-eared proselytizing from the “God’s Not Dead” writers
The majority weren’t fans of the first movie starring Shailene Woodley, and even more dislike the second
‘Danny Collins’ Review: Al Pacino Plays an Over-the-Hill Rocker Who Can’t Handle the Deep Cuts (Video)
This schmaltzy tale of redemption merits a look if only to see Pacino play off talented co-stars like Christopher Plummer, Annette Bening, Bobby Cannavale and...
The team that created “Damages” returns with a series that unfolds methodically and makes you want more at each episode’s conclusion
“Mad Men” actress and co-star Jason Biggs effectively anchor a revival that finds others in the cast auditioning for “Fashion Police”
Star Elisha Cuthbert plays a believable pregnant lesbian on the new comedy from the daytime host and “2 Broke Girls” creator Liz Feldman
Network gleefully slurps up every last sloppy morsel remaining of the zombie genre with creator Rob Thomas’ latest series
First two episodes of Season 6 on Yahoo! Screen introduce new cast members Paget Brewster (“Criminal Minds”) and Keith David (“Enlisted”)
Reteaming with her director from “Bridesmaids” and “The Heat,” McCarthy scores again as a CIA agent who blossoms with her first field assignment
‘Posterity’ Theater Review: ‘I Am My Own Wife’ Author Wrestles With the Legacy of Another Playwright
Art rarely survives when it is delivered with a capital A. Make that several capital A’s in the case of Doug Wright’s new play about...
Actress retires her pipsqueak Dietrich, and the show’s four porters impersonate a train so well you can almost get high on their smoke
The good news is that this isn’t one of Sandler’s usual gross-out comedies, the bad news is that it’s a mess anyway
From “One Tree Hill” creator Mark Schwahn, this scripted series is addictive, naughty and just the right amount of silly
This weekend is not a good time to walk a mile in the actor’s shoes
If you were expecting “Maleficent”-style revisionism, forget it
David Robert Mitchell’s sophomore film reinvents horror by eschewing the genre’s common tricks
Snazzy effects and slumming Oscar-winners aside, not much makes this film stand out from its many competitors
Director Hawke finds a fascinating subject — and adopts an overly respectful approach — in his portrait of a charismatic retired concert pianist with a...
Based on the long-running comic series, PlayStation scripted series offers a ground-level take on a world with costumed superheroes
A boozy, haunted hitman has just one night to protect his son from a crime boss’ wrath in Neeson’s latest entertainingly trashy team-up with director...
Carlton Cuse and Raelle Tucker’s series is a serviceable but mostly by-the-numbers remake
An overly familiar premise takes a dark, degrading turn in a nasty, unfun film that’ll benefit neither Heigl nor Wilson’s careers
Morgan’s new play about Queen Elizabeth II makes the best case ever for ridding the United Kingdom of the royal family