The documentary “Nadie,” directed by Miguel Coyula with poet Rafael Alcides as its central figure, opens a short series of films Friday at the Coral Gables Art Cinema titled “Forbidden Fruit, Cuban Independent Film in the 21st Century.”
The Truth Initiative — the non-profit anti-tobacco organization — released a study that compared seven popular Netflix shows to seven popular broadcast shows. In this sample it found Netflix’s shows featured characters smoking almost three times as often as those produced by broadcast networks like NBC, ABC and CBS.
The production company behind "The Crown" has apologized to its stars in light of a pay gap controversy that erupted shortly after producers revealed actress and Queen Elizabeth II portrayer Claire Foy was bringing home a smaller paycheck than her male co-star.
What happens when you send Melissa Leo and Tessa Thompson on a weekend road trip? The talent pairing alone seemed tantalizing enough to warrant further investigation, and I wish "Furlough" had supplied a better answer.
Twenty years ago, with a University of Oregon architecture degree under his belt, Bay Area kid Daniel Wu took a serendipitous trip to Hong Kong as his graduation present. He wanted to witness the handover, stay a few months, then go home and figure out what to do with his life.
"Have you been to Echo Park Lake? You wanna go down there?" Nick Robinson asks. He's finished his cortado, a frothy espresso drink that became his go-to coffee order after a trip to Spain a few years ago, and says it's nice outside – not too cold.
"Wild Wild Country," a highly pleasurable new documentary series on Netflix, is a dippy tale of the early 1980s in which East meets West and, out of an attempt to build a paradise, all hell breaks loose.
The MGM-Warner Bros. reboot "Tomb Raider" couldn't dethrone "Black Panther" at the weekend box office in U.S. and Canada theaters, as Ryan Coogler's superhero sensation stayed no. 1 for the fifth straight weekend.