John Legend and Kelly Clarkson have recorded a consent-minded update to the 1949 holiday standard, sparking a new debate that's sure to drain the last vestiges of joy from the season.
Do we really have Post Malone to thank for a new Ozzy Obsourne album? Hear "Under the Graveyard" from Ordinary Man, due out early 2020.
Paul Feig directs Emilia Clarek, Henry Golding and Emma Thompson (who co-wrote the script) in a Yule-themed "fun, if shaggy, character study."
Actor Shia LaBeouf's autobiographical film lacks the nuance of director Alma Ha'rel's previous documentary work, but star Noah Jupe's performance is astounding.
Mike Flanagan directs a meandering, imitative sequel to both the Stephen King book and the Stanley Kubrick movie, The Shining; its nonhorror elements prove more persuasive than its scares.
Linda Hamilton is back — and funny! — as Sarah Connor in a lean, propulsive and women-centered sequel that seeks to wave away the recent sequels in the Terminator franchise.
Cynthia Erivo is quite good, and the story of Harriet Tubman is a tale worth telling, but as presented here it's earnest, conventional and "fundamentally inert."
The cast and director of the 2018 Broadway play reunite, but the performances prove more nuanced than the characters, revealing a script that takes "shortcuts to catharsis."