This post was updated May 11 at 9:41 p.m.
Reboots aren’t reviving anything except viewers’ mixed reactions to nostalgia.
The COVID-19 pandemic saw Zoom reunions for the casts of several films and now-canceled series, sparking the idea for the crew to get back together.
This post was updated April 7 at 9:03 p.m.
With pearls and sharp lines abound, the Met Gala returned in full force on the traditional first Monday of May.
Just in time for May flowers, this season’s newest musical additions aim to shower listeners with energetic lyricism.
Whether it be one artist’s confidence-filled debut or another’s reflection on a decade-long musical collaboration, new and old musical voices are looking inward for inspiration this spring as they place their respective sonic aesthetics at the forefront of their latest works.
This post was updated April 11 at 9:40 p.m.
Hollywood’s most anticipated films will be hatching this spring.
Now that spring is in bloom, movie theaters will be following suit.
Daily Bruin staffers document their adventures outside the newsroom on disposable and film cameras.
Televisions will be in a fluorescent bloom this season.
Spring has sprung, and so have TV’s most anticipated titles. From rebooted murderous escapades to royal origin stories, shows will be showering audiences with entertainment galore.
The race for the gold has never been tighter.
Streaming on Thursday, the third season of “Outer Banks” finds John B Routledge (Chase Stokes), Sarah Cameron (Madelyn Cline) and the rest of the Pogues stranded on a deserted island, free to do whatever they want after losing the gold they found.
The Agojie narrate their own story in Gina Prince-Bythewood’s “The Woman King.”
The alumnus was nominated for Outstanding Direction in a Motion Picture for the NAACP Image Awards, which take place Feb.
Not all dirt roads taste of salt when the company and scenery along the way are so sweet.
Produced by alumnus Maria Altamirano, “All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt” premiered in the U.S.
Eileen finds an unlikely companion in prison.
Based on the novel of the same name, William Oldroyd’s thriller, “Eileen,” screened in the Premieres category of Sundance Film Festival 2023.
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