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Oct 23Dolly Parton and Actress Danielle Macdonald Dish on ‘Dumplin” at Special Screening
Oct 23Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Pledges $1 Million to Fund New School for Underserved Community
Oct 23Why the Weekend Before Halloween Is a Dead Zone for Movies
Oct 23‘The Tribe’ Director to Helm ‘Tiger’ For Focus (EXCLUSIVE)
Oct 23Beyonce and Jay-Z’s ‘On the Run II’ Tour Grosses Over $250 Million
Oct 23TIFFCOM: Hot Japanese Titles at the Tokyo Film Market
Oct 23Pixar Co-Founder Ed Catmull to Retire
Oct 23TV Roundup: ‘The Passage’ Sets January Premiere Date on Fox
Oct 23Shochiku Unveils Fantasy Sequel ‘Tokyo Ghoul 2’ 
Oct 23‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Reboot Being Explored by Disney With ‘Deadpool’ Writers
Oct 23Critic’s Notebook: In ‘A Star Is Born,’ Equality Is Deadly
Oct 23Murda Beatz, an ‘Alien’ in Rap, Can’t Stop Making Hits
Oct 23Happy 20th Anniversary ‘...Baby One More Time’: Your Tuesday Pop Culture Cheat Sheet
Oct 23She Was Poised To Be A Star — Instead, She Spent 60 Years In Her Apartment
Oct 23Cardi B Stays Consistent, Counts Her 'Money'
Oct 23Garth Brooks: The Backstage Q&A
Oct 23On The Charts, Drake Beats The Beatles Again
Oct 23At 95, Ned Rorem Is Done Composing. But He’s Not Done Living.
Oct 23A 100-Dance Merce Cunningham Celebration Is Coming to BAM
Oct 23Raveena Explores The Facets Of 'Temptation'
Oct 23Watch Lawrence Rothman's Beautiful And Brutal 'Decade' Video
Oct 23“She Got the Best of Me” Arrives as Luke Combs’ Fourth No. 1
Oct 23Meet CMT Artist Discovery’s Mignon, Walker Montgomery, Matt Stell and Alex Stern
Oct 23Luke Bryan’s Mother Surveys Hurricane-Devastated Home
Oct 23New Mix: Tarriona 'Tank' Ball, J. Fernandez, Tiny Ruins, Koda And More
Oct 23Greta Van Fleet Isn't Just For Your Led Zeppelin-Loving Dad
Oct 23Jenna Paulette Details Musical Ride to “F-150”
Oct 22Tippi Hedren, Hitchcock’s ‘Marnie,’ Loves the Met’s Opera
Oct 2220 Years Of Cher's 'Believe' And Its Auto-Tune Legacy
Oct 22Swedish House Mafia, Selma Blair and More: Your Monday Pop Culture Cheat Sheet
Oct 22DCC: Making The Team: Trivia, Season 13, Episode 12
Oct 22Sparring Candidates Duet In Music While They Duel For Votes
Oct 22Country Music Hall of Fame Welcomes Ricky Skaggs, Dottie West, Johnny Gimble
Oct 22Whitney Houston Exhibition Opens at Grammy Museum in Newark
Oct 22Watch Brent Cowles Perform A Stripped-Down Set Live In The Studio
Oct 22Garth Brooks Makes History at Notre Dame
Oct 22‘A Star Is Born’ Soundtrack Tops Quavo for Another Week at No. 1
Oct 22Richard Thompson On World Cafe
Oct 22Review: ‘Marnie’ Stays in the Shadows in Nico Muhly’s Opera
Oct 22Dance Like Everybody’s Dancing Like No One’s Watching
Oct 22Last Weekend’s Greatest Hits
Oct 22Miranda Lambert Is The 21st Century's Advocate Of Imperfection
Oct 22Go Figure: Ruston Kelly Ice Skates In 'Son Of A Highway Daughter' Video
Oct 22Beirut's Zach Condon Shares A New Song And The Story Behind It
Oct 21In 'Lady Lady,' Masego Puts 'Trap House Jazz' On Display
Oct 21Review: A Pianist’s Profound Vision of ‘Life,’ in Just 2 Hours
Oct 20Popcast: For Those About to Rock, an Uncertain Fate
Oct 20Playlist: The Playlist: Esperanza Spalding’s Intoxicating Groove, and 12 More New Songs
Oct 20The Sound of ‘Housewives’ Everywhere
Oct 20A Sweaty Night Out in London’s New Jazz Scene
Oct 19The Carpetbagger: Is This ‘A Star is Born’ Pop Song Supposed to Be Bad or Glorious?
Oct 19Critic’s Notebook: A Month of Robert Glasper’s Experiments at the Blue Note
Oct 19Bella Thorne’s Cats, Big Bird and More: Your Week in Pop Culture
Oct 19Chris Lane’s Essential First-Date Questions in “I Don’t Know About You”
Oct 19The Week in Arts: ‘Wildlife,’ Terrence McNally, American Ballet Theater
Oct 19Review: Two Chamber Concerts, One Sparkling, One Depressing
Oct 19The Saturday Profile: One of Italy’s Last ‘Story Singers’ Is Briefly Left Speechless
Oct 19Live Review: Elton John Stays Flashy on the Long Road to Farewell
Oct 19Winter Jazzfest Plans Expanded Bill and Focus on Gender Equity for 2019
Oct 19That Decisive Moment: New Opera at the Met: The Week in Classical Music
Oct 19Up Next: A Pop Ingénue Who Sings With Solange and Blood Orange
Oct 19Italy’s Oldest Instrument Hints at Sounds of Prehistoric Rome
Oct 19Album Review: Greta Van Fleet Blasts Toward the Past
Oct 19Critic’s Notebook: Jean-Luc Godard Is, Quietly, a Probing Musical Mind
Oct 19Does Brahms’s Obsession With Rhythmic Instability Explain His Music’s Magic?
Oct 18Takehisa Kosugi, Composer for Merce Cunningham, Dies at 80
Oct 1813 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Oct 1810 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Oct 18Horror Movies by Women and More: Your Thursday Pop Culture Cheat Sheet
Oct 18Review: Jonas Kaufmann, Back at the Met, Is Good, Not Great

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Dolly Parton and Actress Danielle Macdonald Dish on ‘Dumplin” at Special Screening
Dolly Parton has livened up the Oscar trail this year with her new song “Girl in the Movies,” from the Netflix movie “Dumplin.'” Following a live performance of the song for a select industry crowd (mostly journalists and Golden Globes voters) at the Four Seasons on Monday, the recording icon stopped by a screening of the […]
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Pledges $1 Million to Fund New School for Underserved Community
Sean “Diddy” Combs announced Tuesday that he’s pledging $1 million to the Capital Preparatory Schools network to help provide children from underserved communities access to high-quality education. The school has been approved to expand to a third location in the New York City’s Bronx borough, and is set to open in September 2019. Capital Prep […]
Why the Weekend Before Halloween Is a Dead Zone for Movies
As usual, the weekend before Halloween is looking a lot like a graveyard when it comes to major movie releases. Though film releases aren’t crammed into just a few busy periods, as they were a few years ago, studios still strive to avoid the dead weekends on the calendar. In the case of the pre-Halloween […]
‘The Tribe’ Director to Helm ‘Tiger’ For Focus (EXCLUSIVE)
Myroslav Slaboshpytskyi has come on to direct “Tiger” for Focus, sources tell Variety. Darren Aronofsky’s Protozoa and Brad Pitt and Dede Gardner’s Plan B are producing. The pic, based on the 2010 non-fiction book by John Vaillant, takes place on the Siberian plain, where human development is encroaching on the tigers’ habitat — and one […]
Beyonce and Jay-Z’s ‘On the Run II’ Tour Grosses Over $250 Million
The numbers for Beyonce and Jay-Z four-month-long, time-zone spanning “On the Run II” tour are in, and they’re impressive. The epic jaunt grossed some $254,050,706, according to Pollstar data provided to Variety. The 48-date tour launched in Cardiff, Wales on June 6, rolled through Europe for 18 shows before crossing the Atlantic for another 30 […]
TIFFCOM: Hot Japanese Titles at the Tokyo Film Market
The TIFFCOM market, a sales event adjacent to the Tokyo International Film Festival, always includes the latest film launches from Japan. This year the selection is especially varied and rich. Arranged by sales company, highlights include: Kadokawa “Chiwawa” Scripted and directed by Ken Ninomiya, this mystery about a 20-year-old Instagram star who ends up dead […]
Pixar Co-Founder Ed Catmull to Retire
Ed Catmull, a longtime leader at Pixar and Walt Disney Animation, has announced plans to retire. Pixar president Jim Morris and Walt Disney Animation Studios president Andrew Millstein will continue in his place, as the 73-year-old transitions to an advisory role to end in summer 2019. Morris and Millstein will report up to Walt Disney […]
TV Roundup: ‘The Passage’ Sets January Premiere Date on Fox
In today’s TV News Roundup, the new Fox thriller series “The Passage” and Freeform’s “The Fosters” spinoff “Good Trouble” will premiere in January. FIRST LOOKS Amazon has released the trailer for its latest Prime Original series from India, “Mirzapur,” streaming exclusively on Prime Video starting Nov. 16. Following the story of two brothers, the nine-episode series involves […]
Shochiku Unveils Fantasy Sequel ‘Tokyo Ghoul 2’ 
“Tokyo Ghoul 2,” the sequel to the hit 2017 Kentaro Hagiwara dark action fantasy, started production this month, distributor Shochiku revealed. The film is set for release next year with Shochiku distributing. Masataka Kubota stars as a college student Kaneki who becomes a “half ghoul” after being bitten by one of the flesh-eating creatures. He lives […]
‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Reboot Being Explored by Disney With ‘Deadpool’ Writers
Disney is exploring a sixth iteration of its “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise and has met with the “Deadpool” writing team of Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick about the pic, a source tells Variety. Disney has no comment and no deal is in place yet. The five previous “Pirates” movies hauled $1.5 billion domestically and $3.07 […]
Critic’s Notebook: In ‘A Star Is Born,’ Equality Is Deadly
Bradley Cooper, in the third remake of the movie, tells a story of men, women and male sacrifice that has been portrayed over and over.
Murda Beatz, an ‘Alien’ in Rap, Can’t Stop Making Hits
One of the year’s most successful hip-hop producers — a favorite of Drake, Migos and Travis Scott — is a Canadian who resembles Shaggy from “Scooby Doo.”
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