Olivia Pope comes to the first daughter’s rescue on “Scandal” and Annalise Keating’s nine last words will make your jaw drop on “How to Get Away with Murder.” Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (the possible release of the 200 missing Nigerian girls) and not (more Ebola ignorance).
Happy Thursday, or as I like to call it, almost Friday!
Rosario Dawson has starred in popular films including “Sin City,” “25th Hour,” and “Down to You,” but the role she’s most proud of is that of activist and advocate.
As the sun began to set in Downtown Miami, things were only just starting to heat up on the red carpet at Univision’s “Premio Lo Nuestro” held at the American Airlines Arena last night.
Give credit to “Saturday Night Live” executive producer Lorne Michaels. The man knows how to build—and rebuild—a franchise. Marking the show’s 39th season as a late-night fixture on NBC, Michaels has managed to keep the cast fresh, and this year is no exception.
Based on the true story of famed civil rights leader and labor organizer Cesar Chavez, actor Michael Peña brings to life the titular character who co-founded the United Farm Workers union alongside Dolores Huerta (portrayed by Rosario Dawson) in 1962.
By Sandy Cohen LOS ANGELES — The assignment was a daunting one: Make a TV special that presents five short dramas about breast cancer and isn’t a total downer. Jennifer Aniston couldn’t resist the challenge. The 42-year-old actress had already decided to devote a year to producing and directing when she learned about “Five.” Just […]
This week brings us a trio of new films opening in theaters across the country. On Wednesday, Morning Glory opened, billing itself as the feel-good movie of the year about a plucky young go-getter behind the scenes of a morning show. Today, we’ve also got Unstoppable, the high-octane action thriller more powerful than a locomotive, […]
Once again, it’s time for the yearly pre-Oscars award ceremony honoring the best in independent film – the 25th Film Independent Spirit Awards. This year, instead of the Santa Monica Beach, it’s going on in primetime on IFC from downtown Los Angeles in the L.A. Convention Center, and I’m here in the press room waiting […]
Theaters nationwide will be offering a trio of new movies to check out this holiday weekend. First off, of course, there’s the ensemble rom-com Valentine’s Day, which stars just about everybody you could think of. Then there’s the reinvention of the classic horror movie monster The Wolfman, which is right alongside the launching of a […]