Films

Adine Pintilie's 'Touch Me Not' wins Golden Bear at Berlin International Film Festival

Wes Anderson was named best director Saturday for his animated movie 'Isle of Dogs.'        

TV & Radio

5 shows to binge-watch before their new seasons

Catch up on one or more of these five great shows before they return this winter.        

Books

Weekend picks for book lovers, including Sophie Kinsella's 'Surprise Me'

Spend your weekend reading 'Surprise Me,' the new novel by Sophie Kinsella. Plus more recommendations from USA TODAY's book reviewers.        

Films

Oscar-nominated 'Heroin(e)' tells story of 3 heroines saving lives

The Netflix documentary, which is nominated for an Academy Award, focuses on women trying to rescue addicts amid an opioid epidemic.        

TV & Radio

Nanette Fabray, star of stage, screen and TV's 'One Day at a Time,' dies at 97

The actress, who starred in the 1980s sitcom 'One Day at a Time' died Thursday.        

Films

10 things cameras don't catch at the Oscars

Peek behind the curtain and see what even first-time Oscar nominees may not know.        

Films

Jennifer Lawrence is a ballerina, spy in 'Red Sparrow'

Dominika Egorova, played by Jennifer Lawrence, is left with an uncertain future after her dancing career suddenly ends. Then, she finds herself in a world of violence when she becomes a dangerous spy.        

Films

The Mothership: ‘Annihilation’ and why smart sci-fi is a hard sell

We've reached peak quality among science fiction films. So why aren't more people watching them?        

Films

Your 2018 Oscars viewing guide: The 9 movies you must see

Odds are, you have a lot of catching up to do before the Academy Awards. We’re here to help: We watched all nine best picture nominees.        

Films

James Woods: I was 'blacklisted' like Brendan Fraser but for my conservative politics

Woods, who believes Brendan Fraser's story of career derailment after an alleged groping, claims same man blacklisted him because he's a conservative.        

TV & Radio

5 new TV shows you should watch when the Olympics are over

From 'Good Girls' to 'The Looming Tower,' these shows can keep you company during the hole in your schedule the 2018 Olympics left.        

TV & Radio

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 10: Meet the 14 fierce drag queens

14 fierce competitors will bring it as they vie to win $100,000. Are you ready for the eleganza?        

TV & Radio

Organized crime is a franchise business in AMC's 'McMafia'

The eight-episode miniseries follows London investor Alex Godman (James Norton), whose family ties pull him into the underworld of organized crime.        

TV & Radio

Exclusive clip: AMC's 'McMafia'

Watch an exclusive clip from AMC's crime thriller 'McMafia,' starring James Norton as a Harvard-educated London investor who's drawn into his immigrant family's Russian mob connections.       

Films

Mary J. Blige, Miguel, Sufjan Stevens, Common among Oscars music performers

The original singers of the year's five Oscar-nominated songs will reprise their performances live on the Oscar stage.        

TV & Radio

Weekend TV: 'The Tick' returns for second half of Season 1

What’s worth watching, and what might not be, in prime time.        

World

Idris Elba excited about engagement and directorial debut

British actor Idris Elba turned out at the Berlin film festival to launch his new film "Yardie" and show off his recent fiancee to the press. Rollo Ross reports. Video provided by Reuters        

World

New Soderbergh movie shot entirely on iPhone premieres in Berlin

Actress Claire Foy talks about making smartphone film 'Unsane' at the film's world premiere at the Berlin film festival. (no reporter narration) Video provided by Reuters        

Films

'Annihilation' author Jeff VanderMeer compares book, film

"They share DNA, but it’s a very liberal adaptation,” says the Florida-based author.        

Films

Harvey Weinstein sorry he invoked names of Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence in his defense

After Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence slammed him, Weinstein issues apology for dragging their names into his legal battles.        

Films

Brendan Fraser alleges ex-Golden Globes president assaulted him

Fraser alleges he was groped by the former president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (organizers of the Golden Globes) at a 2003 luncheon.        

Films

Brendan Fraser claims ex-Hollywood Foreign Press president groped him

Brendan Fraser is the latest actor to come forward with his story of sexual assault in the wake of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movement.s        

TV & Radio

'Parks and Recreation' actors not happy with NRA's Leslie Knope GIF

The Parks and Recreation team is not happy with the NRA using a Leslie Knope GIF.        

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