Plus, scores of Texan films and TV shows shut down over virus fears, while SXSW and Jamie Foxx gamely soldier on.
Plus, a new TV series will explore Dallas’s “Dr. Death,” Woody Harrelson subs in for Jason Statham, and Matthew McConaughey just keeps road trippin.'
Plus, Tony Romo gets a much-deserved raise, William Jackson Harper gets his first movie lead, and more.
Plus, Hilary Duff’s 'Lizzie McGuire' reboot stalls out, Natalie Zea gets her own TV show, and Jamie Foxx tries to get Leonardo DiCaprio to rap.
Plus, Will Ferrell makes a movie about Collin Street Bakery, Tye Sheridan levels up, and meet Travis Scott’s AI replacement.
Plus, new music from Caleb Landry Jones and Kaitlyn Dever, and candles from Kacey Musgraves and Erykah Badu.
The Houston cheerleader talks about her surprising return to the Navarro College squad and her future plans.
The musician BFFs are bringing their movie about the making of a movie about musician BFFs to SXSW.
Plus, Jerry Harris of ‘Cheer' is ready for his closeup, Jessica Simpson’s comeback, and Post Malone’s Super Bowl commercial.
The Sundance Film Festival award winner follows teenagers from across Texas as they convene in Austin for an immersive lesson in government.
Plus, ‘SNL' spoofs ‘Cheer,' Robert Rodriguez’s latest is headed to streaming, and the Austin-based Neon makes a splash at Sundance.
‘The Real Housewives of Dallas’ Stars Stephanie Hollman and Brandi Redmond on the Show’s Latest ‘Heated and Hate-Filled’ Season
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the reality stars discuss delicately balancing their own mental health and reality television stardom.
Plus, ‘Cheer’-mania takes over the world, the Von Erichs and DJ Screw get the biopic treatment, and Mark Wahlberg beats the crap out of Post Malone.
Plus, Richard Linklater rescues animals, Chip and Joanna Gaines rehab the DIY network, and Meat Loaf sues a Dallas hotel.
Plus, Alamo Drafthouse gets into books and Matthew McConaughey unveils his 2020 credo.
Some of our favorite conversations from our second season, featuring Willie Nelson, Ted Cruz, and Brooklyn Decker.
An exhibit at the Centre Pompidou in Paris (France, that is) spotlights the work of a Texas filmmaker too often taken for granted.
Before starring in ‘Terminator' and working with Robert Rodriguez, the Tejano fulfilled his grandfather’s biggest dream.
The Austin director’s war film is notable for its near-total absence of politics.
On the National Podcast of Texas, the author of ‘When Angels Sing’ and the co-founder of the Nobelity Project on the spirit of Christmas, global philanthropy, and casting Willie Nelson as Santa Claus.
Character actress Margo Martindale is cast in a legal thriller, and Matthew McConaughey tries to get over jet lag with whiskey and pork cracklings.
This year saw the release of gripping documentaries, a drama set in space, and more.
Plus: St. Vincent’s movie heads to Sundance, Kanye West and Joel Osteen reteam, and Post Malone owns the year.
Known for his ‘mumblecore’ films, Andrew Bujalski takes a new direction for Disney+’s first feature film.
The country star's Christmas show premieres later this week.
’The Immortal Alamo’ says much about the silent film era, and how San Antonio could have been Hollywood.
’Hamilton’ auteur Lin-Manuel Miranda brings his accent, his revolver, and his daemon to the beloved fantasy series adaptation.
The director's third film follows a family that must deal with an unexpected tragedy.
’21 Bridges’ won’t be the film to get him there.
‘For Art’s Sake’ delves into the photojournalist’s work documenting local music scenes, poverty, public policy.
The rapper heads to a Houston megachurch, Netflix introduces its new Selena, and This Week in Matthew McConaughey.
Plus: JM Stevens’ solo debut album, a documentary examining the border crisis through art, and an El Paso cereal bar.
Beaumont is home to one of just a handful of stores in a chain once beloved by movie nerds.
A raucous crowd of students made the late-night talk show’s Austin taping a pep rally celebrating all that makes UT special.
Watching Carroll Shelby and Ken Miles take on their bosses feels prescient.
Plus, a Houston beer garden, a Frisco soft serve shop, and a chilling horror flick.
Vampires and private investigators loom large in the Houston rapper's spooky new show.
The Austin-based jobs site has aired some curious ads during the Astros-Nationals games.
In one of the first scenes of Diane Paragas’s film Yellow Rose, protagonist Rose Garcia (played by Tony Award nominee Eva Noblezada) goes on a date with a boy named Elliot (Liam Booth). The pair gallivant through the streets of downtown Austin, and they
The legend of the former Texas marshal figures prominently in Damon Lindelof’s new series.
The Austin author traces the history of the movie that changed his life.
Kate Purdy talks about rotoscoping her hometown of San Antonio for the year’s best new TV series.