The new music documentary “Pass the Mic” and the musical teen drama “Howard High” join the more than 1,400 Black cinema titles that will be available on Tubi throughout Black History Month.
FOX’s new series, “Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poor,” features two single men with one difference: one is a millionaire, and the other is not.
Sidney Poitier — who died at age 94 last week — was an agile actor who could nimbly shift between drama and comedy. And both qualities are on display in 1963’s “Lilies of the Field.”
2021 was a big year for movies. Long delayed blockbusters like “No Time To Die,” “Dune” and “Candyman” came roaring back into theaters, even as intriguingly original indies continued to pop up on more and more streaming platforms. Here are 2021's must-see movies.
In 2021, big blockbuster sequels like “A Quiet Place Part II,” “Halloween Kills” and “Candyman” shared the spotlight with buzzy new films from horror auteurs like Edgar Wright, M. Night Shyamalan, James Wan, Guillermo del Toro and Julia Ducournau.
Whether it’s a funny film or heartwarming television series, you’ll find the perfect movie to honor and remember the iconic actress, Betty White.
2021 gave us plenty of terrific family-friendly movie options, from animated gems 'Encanto' (Disney+) and 'Vivo' (Netflix) to exuberant musicals like 'In the Heights' and the criminally underrated 'Everybody's Talking About Jamie.' Here are the essentials — and where each is streaming.
Not much about 2021 was funny, but “Barb and Star Go to Vista del Mar,” “Free Guy,” “Shiva Baby” and more made us laugh all the same. Here are the essential comedies of 2021, starring Ryan Reynolds (“Free Guy”), Timothée Chalamet and Bill Murray (“The French Dispatch”), Kristen Wiig (“Barb and Star Go to Vista del Mar”) and more.
Mahershala Ali stars in Benjamin Cleary’s “Swan Song,” a mournful sci-fi thinker that plays out as a headier, more humanistic “Black Mirror” episode. Film critic Clint Worthington has more.
How do you follow up a perfect movie? It’s a question that’s haunted “The Matrix” franchise since the Wachowskis changed sci-fi action cinema forever in 1999. And it’s one that explicitly sits at the heart of this long-awaited fourth installment, which is set for a simultaneous release in theaters and on HBO Max. Film critic Caroline Siede reviews.
Tubi, FOX's free, ad-supported streaming service, has entered a deal to produce multiple projects in partnership with Village Roadshow Entertainment Group as part of its new “Black Noir Cinema” initiative. First up on the docket are two films to be produced by NBA MVP Kevin Garnett and legendary director/producer Oz Scott (“Black Lightning,” “S.W.A.T.”).
As “West Side Story,” “Encanto” and “Bo Burnham: Inside” make clear, 2021 may not have been a year worth singing about, but it was certainly a year with no shortage of singing.
Legendary actor, singer and entertainer Dick Van Dyke was born on Dec. 13, 1925, and so this December marks his big 96th birthday. While many know him best for his iconic work in movies like “Mary Poppins,” “Bye Bye Birdie” and “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” or perhaps his classic mystery series “Diagnosis: Murder,” to others he will always be Rob Petrie — the affable lead character of “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”
Tom Holland's Peter Parker webslings back into theaters with “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” the hotly anticipated, widely buzzed-about superhero extravaganza from Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios. Film critic Caroline Siede reviews.
Writer/director Aaron Sorkin is a perfect match for a behind-the-scenes show business drama about Lucille Ball (Nicole Kidman), Desi Arnaz (Javier Bardem) and the week from hell they experienced on their groundbreaking sitcom “I Love Lucy.”
Despite the hurdles of the pandemic, 2021 delivered a great slate of animated features aimed at children and adults alike. Animation powerhouses like Disney and Pixar released hits like "Encanto" (arriving soon on Disney+, and in theaters now) and "Luca" (streaming on Disney+). Meanwhile, Sony Pictures Animation (home of the beloved "Spider-Verse" franchise) gave us “Vivo” and continued to push animation forward with its innovative sci-fi family comedy, "The Mitchells vs. the Machines."
“The Freak Brothers” descended on Los Angeles for the holidays, at an event hosted at the city’s iconic Fred Segal store on Dec. 6. Stars Pete Davidson and John Goodman walked the red carpet alongside fellow cast members Blake Anderson, Andrea Savage, Phil LaMarr and Danny Gendron at an event hosted by Tubi, FOX’s free streaming service.
Film critic Roxana Hadadi reviews Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s “Memoria” and another fascinating collaboration between Pedro Almodóvar and Penélope Cruz.
Free streaming service Tubi will debut two festive Tubi Originals for the holiday season, adding to its robust “Holiday Hits” library, which also includes “Jingle All the Way,” “Black Nativity,” “The Nutcracker” and more. “Holiday Hits” encompasses nearly 500 titles.
Steven Spielberg takes a fresh look at a classic musical, Keanu Reeves re-enters “The Matrix,” Nicole Kidman plays a comedy giant, Bradley Cooper joins a carnival and Tom Holland’s Spidey swings into the Marvel multiverse, to name just a few of the films with bold-faced names arriving in theaters this month.