Tom Hardy, Andy Serkis unleash ‘Carnage’ on the world in ‘Venom’ sequel
In “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” Hardy gets a second change to cause destruction and mayhem.
The new WarioWare is the game for our attention span-starved, pandemic times
WarioWare games are Nintendo at its most wacky: 10 seconds, one action verb as a directive and then go! They nail a sort of playful, goofy childishness that only video games can really get away with.
Elmo’s dad’s deployed, too: Sesame Street character helps military kids cope with family separation
Elmo has taken on the role of a military child in a series of videos, printable activities and articles.
'The Wonder Years' reboot might be just as wonderful as the original
The reboot is even more daring and bold than the original.
In Japan's anime universe, 'Belle' seeks to rewrite script on female power
“Belle’s” message of female empowerment has gained attention for flipping the script on anime, Japan’s signature style of animated movies and graphic novels that often portrays girls and women as weak, vacuous and hyper-sexualized.
Jessica Chastain redeems a televangelist in 'Tammy Faye'
Jessica Chastain gets to the heart under the heavily made-up skin of ‘Tammy Faye’
8 of the most anticipated video games this fall
Superheroes, antiheroes and even athletic birds populate some of the most anticipated video games this fall.
Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali’s complicated bond explored in new ‘Blood Brothers’ doc
A new documentary aims to punch up viewers’ understanding of Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X’s complicated friendship.
The Deathloop preview that serious gamers should not read
Unfortunately for prospective players who would like some insight into this video game, Deathloop's best aspect is its joy of discovery.
In 'Shang-Chi,' Simu Liu finally gets the role he always wanted
Lui feels like he has been manifesting his role as Marvel's martial arts superhero Shang-Chi for years.