Jessica Biel says her latest role – as executive producer on Freeform’s new drama, “Cruel Summer” – is a great fit.
Topher Grace can see similarities between the cast of “Home Economics” and that of his first series, “That ‘70s Show.”
John Stamos was thrilled when he heard he could possibly star in a new series from producer David E. Kelley.
When Katey Sagal offers her take on Erin Brockovich in the new ABC drama, “Rebel,” fans will notice the crusading legal advocate has changed.
It didn’t take “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar” long to get to the DVD market.
An awful lot of seeds are planted in the first episode of “Mare of Easttown,” but don’t be dismayed. They eventually bear fruit.
Kate Winslet obsessed over water while making “Mare of Easttown.”
King Kong breaks the glass ceiling in “Godzilla vs. Kong.” He also reveals how sworn enemies can join forces when bigger threats are at play.
Fans must have felt they waited too long to see “Wonder Woman 1984.” They were more than open with their criticism, suggesting it lacked plenty and didn’t live up to the first film.
Filmmaker Ken Burns may not have lived the robust life of Ernest Hemingway but he found plenty to relate to while making “Hemingway,” a six-hour documentary on the celebrated author.
“French Exit” raises an “end-of-life” conversation but it never gets past the introductions.
There are enough cute one-liners in “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers” to make you want to suit up once again.
It took two “Dreamgirls” to convince Danielle Brooks she should play gospel singer Mahalia Jackson.
If you’re not “that” friend to someone, you might want to rethink your relationships.
Robert and Kelly Pascuzzi are about to make their debut as movie producers, but it wasn’t a career shift they actually entertained.
Sioux City Journal editor Bruce Miller talks to Robert and Kelly Pascuzzi, the producers of "The Ravine." Robert Pascuzzi is a Briar Cliff Uni…
It’s one thing to make a film about summer camp. It’s quite another to get big musical numbers done in one day.
The Journal’s Bruce Miller interviews Bailee Madison and Kevin Quinn from the new Netflix movie “A Week Away.”
You wouldn’t think anything could come close to a Tina Turner concert.
Why would someone who’s allergic to dogs want to host a grooming competition?
When fans have a chance to talk with Emilio Estevez, they don’t hesitate to tell him they’d like to see him return in “The Mighty Ducks” or “Young Guns.”