This post was updated Oct. 7 at 6:09 p.m.
The summer sun is quickly fading, but autumn’s upcoming releases are burning up television screens.
From crowd-favorite romance thrillers and football dramas returning for more fiery seasons to a brand-new Marvel hero series stirring up fan excitement, viewers can expect to be bingeing at least one show in this fall’s TV lineup.
This post was updated Sept. 29 at 9:30 p.m.
Fall releases are dropping like leaves. With records evoking nostalgia and maturing careers, artists are setting a cozy tone for the autumn season.
Marvel’s latest legend has arrived, and his name is Shang-Chi.
Released Friday in select theaters, including Westwood’s Regency theater, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” centers around lazy hotel valet, Shang-Chi (Simu Liu), as he is forced to return home to fight the demons of his past, including his father and leader of the powerful Ten Rings organization, Xu Wenwu (Tony Chiu-Wai Leung).
It’s about time Natasha Romanoff got her own film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The latest Marvel movie, “Black Widow,” released Friday in select theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access.
In the season of fun in the sun, viewers have a long list of binge-worthy upcoming TV releases to indulge in.
In the past year of quarantine solitude, viewers turned to spending hours watching the latest series.
As students bask in the summer sun, upcoming releases offer plenty of bright films to enjoy with family and friends.
Whether viewers continue to watch from the comfort of their own homes or venture out into reopening theaters, this summer’s films promise to deliver a wide range of entertainment.
This year’s Academy Awards nominees are a testament to the artists’ and the greater industry’s perseverance during a year of unprecedented challenges.
Even through the COVID-19 pandemic, many incredible films made their way to select theaters and homes across the world.
This post was updated Jan. 18 at 7:26 p.m.
Cat Wilkins tackles racism with comedy in her screenplay and soon-to-be film “Two-Faced.”
Wilkins’ screenplay – written in the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television graduate screenwriting program last year – was picked up by BRON Studios and is set to be Taraji P.
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