Madonna will make her West End debut in May, starring in an Australian comedy called “Up For Grabs.” She’ll lead a cast of seven in the British premiere of David Williamson’s play, a satire on the art world that first was staged in Sydney in February 2001. Previews start May 9 at Wyndham’s Theater, with May 23 the “Up For Grabs” opening night. The director is Laurence Boswell, who’s rehearsing for the London premiere of Kenneth Lonergan’s “This Is Our Youth,” starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Hayden Christensen and Oscar-winner Anna Paquin. Madonna, 43, hasn’t acted on stage since her sellout 1988… Read more »
A raunchier Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner and a great rom-com about two people who never expected to fall for each other.
— Today we talk about the new Panic! at the Disco single, Ezra Miller’s statement about their recent behavior, and Nipsey Hussle’s star on the Walk of Fame. — Don’t Let the Light Go Out with Panic! at the Disco We vote to just start our weekend now because Panic! at the Disco is making us want to party. The band dropped a new single, “Don’t Let the Light Go Out”, and a music video to go along with it. This comes just three days before the whole Viva Las Vengeance drops on Friday. The song itself starts with a… Read more »
When a decorated Navy Seal is targeted by a group of foreign agents, he fights back with a vengeance in the rousing action thriller, Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse.
Nipsey Hussle, the rapper, community organizer, and real estate investor, was shot and killed outside his LA store, The Marathon, in the afternoon of Sunday March 31st.
This week: High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America, The Bold Type, Friends: The Reunion, iHeartRadio Music Awards, Cruella, The Kominsky Method, Lucifer, Panic High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America Season 1Wed May 26On Netflix Photo courtesy of Netflix © 2021 Food is one of the most fundamental ways to connect with people; recipes and cuisines are often passed down for generations and help shape culture. Food writer Stephen Satterfield takes us into some of the best of African American cuisine, journeying from Africa to the deep south. From soul food to barbecue,… Read more »
This week: The Disney Holiday Singalong, CMA Country Christmas, His Dark Materials, 88th Annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center, Sound of Metal, Small Axe “Red, White and Blue”, Selena: The Series, Big Mouth, Mank, The Hardy Boys, The Great British Baking Show: Holidays, Euphoria
This week: His Dark Materials, Hillbilly Elegy, Happiest Season, Saved by the Bell, The Christmas Chronicles 2, Small Axe “Lovers Rock”, Virgin River
This week: 9-1-1, Middleditch & Schwartz, Motherland: Fort Salem, After Life, Killing Eve, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Westworld.