Movie review: ‘My Spy’ is formulaic fluff

The “big man, little kid” comedy genre is a time-honored tradition and a seemingly required rite of passage for any professional wrestler making their way into more mainstream Hollywood roles. The trend was popularized with Hulk Hogan, in the likes of “Suburban Commando” and “Mr. Nanny,” and almost every current wrestling-turned-movie star these days has done their duty in these kiddie comedies, which are an opportunity for easy, size-based laughs and a chance to appeal to a broader fan base. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson had his turn with “Tooth Fairy,” John Cena did his time in “Playing with Fire,” and now Dave Bautista has “My Spy,” coming to Amazon Prime Video after its theatrical release became one of the first cinematic victims of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prince Dance Institute goes virtual this summer

In a typical year, the Prince Dance Institute would be gearing up for its annual Summer Dance Camp, hosted by Kahilu Theatre. But due to COVID-19, the Waimea-based theater remains closed through the end of August.

‘Legendary’ heralds loud, proud ball culture

LOS ANGELES — FX’s fictionalized hit show “Pose” introduced many to the underground world of ballroom culture, in which historically black and Latino LGBT youths compete in elaborate performances on a runway.

Eagles’ Don Henley asks Congress to change copyright law

WASHINGTON — Eagles songwriter Don Henley urged Congress on Tuesday to “Take It to the Limit” to protect artists against online pirating, wading into a copyright fight pitting Hollywood and the recording industry against big tech platforms like Google’s YouTube.