Director Scott Cooper pairs Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike in a bloody western that questions our moral foundation.
Actress Christie Prades says Gloria Estefan’s “rhythm is gonna get you” in this Kennedy Center musical.
Stephen Karam’s Tony-winning play stars Richard Thomas of “The Waltons” and Pamela Reed of “Parks and Recreation.”
Ben Folds brings Jon Batiste and Sara Barellies to the Kennedy Center for his “Declassified” series.
As the U.S. celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, actor Danny Glover is throwing his support behind the documentary “The Power of Protest.”
Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep star together for the first time in Steven Spielberg’s new drama, “The Post.”
Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks go behind the scenes of “The Post,” which hits theaters nationwide on Friday.
In such a banner year for female filmmakers, why are there no women directing nominees?
As Season 2 returns from its midseason break, here’s a refresher on where we left off and what we can expect.
Margot Robbie earns Oscar buzz as Tonya Harding in the new tragic comedy “I, Tonya.”
Jameela Jamil explains why “The Good Place” so “forking” hilarious (no cursing in the afterlife).
Lauren Gunderson joins WTOP to discuss “The Revolutionists” at Baltimore’s Everyman Theatre and social progress for women playwrights.
Which events should you hit around the D.C. area during the month of January?
From indie gems to mainstream blockbusters, what are the best movies of 2017?
From benefit concerts to the unveiling of sexual harassment allegations against powerful figures, here are the biggest entertainment stories of 2017.