"What We Do in the Shadows" returns for its fifth season. Hear from five of the stars on this week's episode of Streamed & Screened.
Each week, Rian Johnson brings in guest stars to kill and be killed. “It’s like we’re making 10 little movies,” the director of “Knives Out” and “Glass Onion,” says. “I love the pace of it.”
“Joy Ride" is a raunchy comedy that upends stereotypes and leans into “Bridesmaids” and “Hangover” in ways no one saw coming.
Actors Kristen Schaal and Harvey Guillén talk about the characters they play in “What We Do in the Shadows” with the Journal’s Bruce Miller.
Actors Mark Proksch, Natasia Demetriou and Kayvan Novak discuss the characters they play in “What We Do in the Shadows” with the Journal’s Bruce Miller.
The trio of “Succession,” “The White Lotus” and “The Last of Us” combined for a whopping 74 nods. See the rest of the nominees here.
That loopy quality is what makes "What We Do In The Shadows" so fun. Just when you think it’s headed down a familiar path, it pivots and finds a new vein.
Greta Gerwig has dismissed the idea of a heated box office battle between her Barbie movie and Christopher Nolan's new drama Oppenheimer - urging fans to see both at the cinema
After lighting up for roles in 'Oppenheimer' and 'Peaky Blinders', Cillian Murphy doesn't want to smoke on screen again.
Strolling around ruins, enjoying meals at great restaurants and taking in the landmarks, “Book Club: The Next Chapter” begs for something more than a jaunt with Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen and Diane Keaton.
The summer movie season goes into high-drive in July, with the debut of the seventh "Mission: Impossible" (July 12) movie followed by the "Oppenheimer" and "Barbie" showdown on July 21.
You can tell Steven Spielberg didn’t direct “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.” It has all the adventure of the previous outings, but lacks the humor and sheen Spielberg lavished on his rough-and-tumble hero.
Alan Alda, 87, said he wore the boots and dog tags for the 11-season run of the show centering on a Korean War medical unit.
In the world of vampires, anything can happen – and has.
Just ask Mark Proksch, who plays Colin Robinson, the “energy vampire” on “What We Do in the Shadows.” After dying at the end of the third season, he came back in the fourth as a baby. Now, in the fifth season, he’s headed for a career in – horror of horrors – politics.