Oshie will join defenseman John Carlson, goaltender Braden Holtby and Coach Todd Reirden at the league's annual event.
The forecast for Siesta Key calls for plenty of heat in the romance department.
The moment we've all been waiting for is finally here!
Sometime after George Lucas’ 1977 Star Wars had become the highest-grossing movie of all time, Francis Ford Coppola told Lucas that he should just go ahead and start his own religion. “I remember Francis saying, ‘With religion, you really have power,’” Lucas remarked years later. Lucas demurred. Maybe he realized that
'Game of Thrones' star Maisie Williams joins her small-screen sister Sophie Turner in the X-Men franchise.
Capitals forward started his career — and his family — in St. Louis.
Power may wrap for good in February, but fans won’t have to live long without their weekly crime-drama fix from the addictive (and extraordinarily popular) Starz series. This summer, the network will unveil a spin-off featuring Mary J. Blige as Monet, a very successful woman in Queens who runs her business “with an iron fist,” explains executive producer Courtney A. Kemp. And EW has the exclusive first look!
It’s the beginning and the end for the Clone Wars revival: Disney+ on Wednesday confirmed that the Star Wars offshoot’s seventh and final season will premiere on Friday, Feb. 21. In addition, the streamer has released the above trailer. The animated series’ 12-episode swan song comes nearly six years after Season 6 landed on Netflix. “It [
The dog’s fabulous too, to be fair.
The film is set in the early 19th-century Pacific Northwest, as seen through the lens of writer-director Kelly Reichardt (and one milking cow).
The Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic is elated he will be starting alongside his boyhood idol LeBron James in the NBA All-Star Game.
Kelly Reichardt, whose Meek’s Cutoff was one of our favorite films of the decade, returns with another intimate character study in March, this time with the help of A24. The acclaimed distributor is throwing its weight behind First Cow, a period piece set in the Oregon Territory about two men whose new business venture relies on a prized milking cow. And, buddy, this cow is gonna be a star. Those furry ears, that shiny snout, the placid stare—step aside, Baby Yoda.