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Giancarlo Esposito becomes the antihero in 'Parish'

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Giancarlo Esposito spoke with The Times about how the themes of "Parish" aligned with his own story, putting his driving skills to the test for the series, and his relationship with ambition.
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Giancarlo Esposito knows how to play the villain. In 'Parish,' he steps into the antihero role Click to view images

Giancarlo Esposito became renowned for his supporting roles, most notably in "Breaking Bad." Now he's the star of "Parish," a passion project that is personal to him.

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'Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire' smashes its way to $80 million. How it won the box office Click to view images

The latest release in the MonsterVerse franchise teams up two iconic creatures for the second best box-office opening of the year.

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After '"Galactica," "Westworld," "Her" and "Ex Machina," in 2024 it's worth revisiting the Wachowskis' prescient 1999 blockbuster "The Matrix."

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'SNL' host Ramy Youssef asks God to 'free the people of Palestine' and 'all the hostages' Click to view images

In his first outing as "SNL" host, Youssef notched several of the night's best moments, including an immigrant dads gag and a faux commercial for "Ozempic for Ramadan."

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Chance Perdomo dies in motorcycle crash; 'Gen V' actor was 27 Click to view images

Actor Chance Perdomo, the Los Angeles-born star of "Gen V" and "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," died in a motorcycle crash, his representatives said Saturday.

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Review: In 'Wicked Little Letters,' the shock value feels about a century too late Click to view images

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