Margaret Colin, star of “Gossip Girl” and “Independence Day,” joins us in studio to discuss her new Arena Stage play “The City of Conversation.”
From Rhett & Scarlett to Harry & Sally, who are the most romantic movie couples?
WTOP ranks the Best of Mel Brooks ahead of his Kennedy Center appearance on Saturday.
The Coen Brothers’ latest comedy has its moments, but it’s far too scattershot.
Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss joins WTOP to discuss his role as Bernie Madoff in the new ABC miniseries “Madoff.”
The romance author dishes on everything from “The Notebook” to “The Choice,” which hits theaters Friday.
“13 Hours” is Michael Bay’s best since “Armageddon,” but it’s too apolitical for its own good.
The 25th annual Rosebud Film Festival screens films exclusively by DMV filmmakers.
What should you be watching while you’re snowed in by the storm?
The Queen of TV Comedy joins WTOP to discuss her funniest bits and her newest TV role.
“The Revenant” leads the 2016 Oscar nominations with 12, followed by “Mad Max” with 10.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” barely cracks the Top 20 when you adjust for inflation.
Leo DiCaprio stars in “The Revenant,” while Samuel L. Jackson stars in “The Hateful Eight.”
Who were the big winners from Sunday night’s Golden Globes?
WASHINGTON — He’s known across generations as the star of Stanley Kubrick’s “A Clockwork Orange” (1971), a movie masterpiece based on the dystopian crime novel by Anthony Burgess. While that film forever entwined Malcolm McDowell with…