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Michael Jordan's documentary “The Last Dance,” which follows Jordan and his Chicago Bulls during their 1997-98 championship season, debuts tonight on ESPN.
Several characters enjoy fine tobacco throughout The Irishman, which has been nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director.
The first post went up just before 11 a.m. on Monday. The second post, a little after lunch. Less than 24 hours later they had combined for well over 1 million likes on Instagram.
After a 14-year title drought, which has been plagued with injuries that crimped a once-astonishing career, Tiger Woods found his form to win a fifth Masters.
Kurt Russell—“Hollywood’s best kept secret”—has been delivering spot-on performances in a career that has spanned almost six decades and a variety of acting genres.
There is seemingly no role Paul Giamatti can’t tackle, and now he returns to TV as the complicated lawman Chuck Rhoades Jr. in Showtime’s “Billions.”
On the 20th anniversary of its debut, “The Sopranos” holds an exalted place in television history. A new film coming next year will continue the story of America’s favorite mob …
The Swedish actor is back in his most familiar role. But this time the robotic Drago of Rocky IV has a human side.
Acerbic, devious and sometimes insane on-screen, Danny DeVito is compassionate and relaxed when the cameras aren’t rolling.