"There's Something About Mary," "Legally Blonde" and "Eyes Wide Shut" also compete in this week's edition of the LA Times' Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
What's on TV Wednesday, July 15: The premiere of the new comedy "United We Fall" on ABC; movies on TV; TV talk shows
The President's "only niece," clinical psychologist Mary Trump, portrays a man warped by his family in "Too Much and Never Enough."
Viola Davis graces the cover of Vanity Fair's new issue, marking the first time the magazine's cover was photographed by a Black artist, Dario Calmese.
Comedian Jimmy Fallon filmed the latest episode of "The Tonight Show" in-studio at Rockefeller Plaza, with guests Charlize Theron and Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
On her way out, the New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss accused the publication of unlawful discrimination and a hostile work environment.
Grant Imahara, who hosted Discovery's "MythBusters" and Netflix's "White Rabbit Project," has died at age 49 after reportedly suffering a brain aneurysm.
Favorite books of S.A. Cosby, author of "Blacktop Wasteland," feature richly developed characters and reflect how Black lives are affected by systemic racism.
Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson discuss their Apple TV+ series "Little Voice," casting lead Brittany O'Grady and cultivating creativity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
VIX, a free Spanish language streaming service with ads, has seen significant growth during the pandemic.