As the Oscars approach, some are urging Kevin Hart to reconsider hosting Hollywood’s biggest event. Should he choose to accept, it could be a powerful lesson on growth, responsibility and acceptance.
Sandra Bullock stars in a trending horror flick that’s setting Netflix records.
Which fun events should you hit around the D.C. area in January?
Last year brought plenty of great movies and TV shows. So, what’s in store for 2019?
WTOP film critic Jason Fraley ranks the 25 best action movies of all time. See the full list of best movies in every genre.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley ranks the best movies of 2018.
Before we turn the page to 2019, it’s important to look back at the famous people we lost in 2018. Here is a chronological look back at those who died this year.
“Aquaman” is a prequel “sea-quel” that will likely please fans of the comics, while non-fans will be ready to come up for air. The waterlogged flick packs plenty of nods to comic-book iconography but lacks the script structure for less-familiar audiences.
After winning Best Picture for “Moonlight,” Barry Jenkins breaks down his follow-up film “If Beale Street Could Talk.” WTOP’s Jason Fraley sits down with Jenkins and “Beale Street” star KiKi Layne.
Which movies and TV specials should you watch this holiday season?
Scrooge sees the light in Ford’s Theatre’s annual holiday production of “A Christmas Carol,” now through Dec. 30.
The Disney umbrella magically unfurls once more for “Mary Poppins Returns,” a wonderfully whimsical sequel thanks to a spot-on performance in the “spit-spot” title role and a surprisingly enchanting script of quips: “I was flying my kite and got it caught on a nanny.”
Local music venues hope D.C. will rival Austin, Nashville and New Orleans for live music.
Artistic Director Julie Kent is excited for her company’s 15th year of Tchaikovsky’s iconic holiday production.
The beloved 2003 holiday flick is adapted into “Elf: The Musical,” at the Olney Theatre Center, now through Jan. 6. WTOP catches up with lead actor David Schlumpf.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.