In a sequel to the 2016 hit animated film, koala-bear mogul Buster Moon and his talented troupe try to land a dream booking, by promising to enlist a reclusive superstar.
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with director Adam McKay about his newest film, Don't Look Up.
The original musical and film have been criticized for lack of representation in casting and hurtful stereotypes, and some critics have also questioned the new adaptation.
NPR's Debbie Elliott talks to Javier Bardem, who stars in the new film — Being The Ricardos — about Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz and their hit 1950s sitcom: I Love Lucy.
Filmmaker Natalie Nourigat discusses her animated short Far From the Tree, which airs before the Disney animated feature film, Encanto.
NPR's Adrian Florido speaks with director and actor Sonja Sohn about her new film, The Slow Hustle.
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Nicole Kidman about portraying Lucille Ball and Lucy Ricardo in the new film, Being the Ricardos.
Moreno became the first Latina actor to win an Oscar for her role as Anita in the 1961 film. Chakiris won an Academy Award for his performance as Bernardo. Originally broadcast in 2021 and 2001.
Berry stars as a disgraced MMA fighter in Bruised — a film she also directed. It's a role that she identifies with fundamentally: "I've also been a fighter my whole life, my whole career."
Brooks wrote countless edgy jokes over the years, but he doesn't regret any of them. He calls comedy his "delicious refuge" from the world. "I hide in humor," he says. His new memoir is All About Me!