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Is there any living actor better at the disdainful eye roll than Michelle Pfeiffer? Her latest turn in “ ” should end all debate on the matter. The film itself is a bit of an odd duckling. It’s … more
Book Title by Author Name - ISBN - (Publisher) 1. Double Jeopardy by Stuart Woods - 9780593188408 - (Penguin Publishing Group) 2. The Bounty by Janet Evanovich & Steve Hamilton - 9781982157159 … more
Movies US charts: 1. Promising Young Woman 2. News of the World 3. Monster Hunter 4. Horizon Line 5. Tenet 6. The Croods: A New Age 7. The Vault 8. Wonder Woman 1984 9. … more
“Every Day Is a Gift: A Memoir,” Tammy Duckworth (Twelve/Hachette Book Group) Her fellow crew members initially thought Tammy Duckworth had been killed when a rocket-propelled grenade punched … more
“Godzilla vs. Kong” begins, fittingly, with the big guy asleep. There is King Kong, colossus of the big screen, slowing waking on a mountainside. He rouses slowly in the morning sun from … more
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES — Two of cinema’s … more
“The Loneliest Polar Bear: A True Story of Survival and Peril on the Edge of a Warming World,” by Kale Williams (Crown) Nobody ever asked them if they wanted the job, but polar bears are the … more
Celebrity birthdays for the week of April 4-10: April 4: Actor Craig T. Nelson is 77. Actor Christine Lahti (“Chicago Hope”) is 71. Singer Steve Gatlin of the Gatlin Brothers is 70. Actor … more
Jim Nantz's familiar introduction of “Hello friends” will continue to be heard on CBS for years to come. Nantz and CBS Sports reached agreement on a new deal Thursday. The deal was first … more
Mandy Moore, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Beth Leavel, Jessica Hecht and dozens of other actors are teaming up to talk about something rarely mentioned on stage: periods. “Period Piece” will consist … more
In the opening moments of the HBO documentary “Tina," Tina Turner doesn't just command the stage as she's belting out “Ask Me How I Feel” for a giant stadium of fans. With heels stomping and … more
In the years before World War II, the Augusta-Victoria College, a girls’ boarding school in Bexhill-on-Sea, catered to a very specific audience: The daughters and goddaughters of important Germans … more
"The Fray,” John Smith (Thirty Tigers) Handclaps break out during the first song on John Smith's new album, as if to applaud the sentiments to come. “The Fray” is the British … more
"Under the Pepper Tree,” Sara Watkins (New West) Seeking material to create a world of imagination, Sara Watkins clearly used hers, turning to sources ranging from Stephen Foster to Willy Wonka … more
Lise Davidsen, “Beethoven, Wagner, Verdi” (Decca) To open her new album, the Norwegian soprano Lise Davidsen revisits the role that provided her most recent operatic triumph. It’s a smart … more
Lurking in the heart of all family men is this: A restlessness that gnaws at the thin veneer of civility they've hidden themselves in. That seems to be one of the lessons of the dopey film It says … more
“A Million Reasons Why” by Jessica Strawser (St. Martin’s Press) Jessica Strawser's “A Million Reasons Why” is a thrilling story of what happens when a long-held family secret comes to … more
Movies US charts: 1. Promising Young Woman 2. Wonder Woman 1984 3. The Croods: A New Age 4. SAS: Red Notice 5. Minari 6. Monster Hunter 7. Fury 8. Jumanji 9. Crisis 10. … more
“Every Vow You Break,” by Peter Swanson (William Morrow) When Bruce, a fabulously wealthy financier, proposes to Abigail after only three dates, she says yes. Then she gets drunk at a … more
Attending Elton John's long-running Oscar-night party has always been one of the hardest tickets to get. Now you can go — if you have $20. The Elton John AIDS Foundation is inviting everyone to … more
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