As Hawaii re-opens for business, local artists are eager to present new works to the public.
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.
Sure, we might still be doing our best to practice some form of social distancing. But that doesn’t mean we can’t bond with dad — or hold him close in our hearts — as we check out a TV show or two in honor of Father’s Day.
If Baby Yoda (aka the Child) can use the Force to levitate objects, heal his friends, choke his enemies and bend the very course of fire, you think he’d have the ability to wrangle an invitation to the Emmys too.
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.
The Aloha Theatre has selected its next artistic director.
One of Led Zeppelin’s acclaimed concert films is coming to a personal screen near you.
LOS ANGELES — The last time director-producer Frank Marshall remembers one of his movie projects being shut down for this long was in 1983, when Harrison Ford suffered a spinal disc herniation while filming “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.” Ford was knocked out of commission for nearly six weeks while he recovered from the painful, stunt-related injury.
It’s true: Josh Gad is bringing together the Fellowship from Middle-earth.
Prince Dance Institute has achieved the impossible by mounting a live performance with over 50 students ages 9 to 45, streaming individually from their own homes using the web conferencing application Zoom.
Ohrlando’s Chamber Ensemble will livestream its next performance on Sunday.