Keanu Reeves returns as the world’s top hitman in the third installment of the “John Wick” series.
The acting legend teases next week’s gala cabaret and shares her favorite movie memories from “Body Heat” to “Romancing the Stone” to “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”
Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s musical mashes up your favorite fairy tales, from Little Red Ridinghood to Jack and the Beanstalk. Catch it at Ford’s Theatre until May 22.
Michael Bolton called in to WTOP to discuss his biggest hits and even his viral videos with The Lonely Island en route to next week’s Kennedy Center show.
The 35th annual Helen Hayes Awards honored local theater Monday night at The Anthem. Here is the list of winners in the major categories.
After winning the Tony for Best Play in 2017, “Oslo” comes to Round House Theatre chronicling the Norwegian husband and wife who brokered secret back-channel negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians in the early 1990s.
While Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson star in “The Hustle” at the multiplex, your better option might be Amy Poehler’s Netflix release “Wine Country.”
The 29th annual Washington Jewish Film Festival is combining with the 20th annual Washington Jewish Music Festival for a newly rebranded combo event.
Stand-up comedian and sketch comedy icon Dave Chappelle will receive the prestigious Mark Twain Prize on Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019.
There’s nothing like watching movie stars under the stars, from National Harbor to the Georgetown Waterfront. We break down the outdoor movie schedule for the spring and summer.
April showers bring May flowers, but May brings fun events to town! It’s time for your “Top of the Month” Entertainment Guide for May.
You have one week left to see “Junk.” Playwright Ayad Akhtar tackles the cut-throat financial world of junk bonds in the 1980s. Nominated for a Tony for Best Play, the show “grabs you and does not release you for two hours.”
After 11 years and 22 installments, the Marvel Cinematic Universe bids farewell to our favorite superheroes in “Avengers: Endgame.”
The seventh annual convention gives fans the opportunity to meet the stars of “Riverdale,” “Star Trek,” “The Princess Bride” and “The Office.”
Get ready for 80 movies from 45 countries over 11 days at Landmark E Street Cinema and AMC Mazza Gallerie.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.