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138 days 14 hours ago
Sci-fi film puts an problematic spin on the Japanese cult hit.
      
 
 

Sci-fi film puts an problematic spin on the Japanese cult hit.

      
 
 
139 days 9 hours ago
LaBeouf was charged after scuffle outside Queens museum over his art protest against Trump.
      
 
 

LaBeouf was charged after scuffle outside Queens museum over his art protest against Trump.

      
 
 
138 days 2 hours ago
The best (and worst) of what we saw in Las Vegas.
      
 
 

The best (and worst) of what we saw in Las Vegas.

      
 
 
139 days 10 hours ago
Steven Mnuchin says it was 'mistake' to promote 'Lego Batman' movie he produced.
      
 
 

Steven Mnuchin says it was 'mistake' to promote 'Lego Batman' movie he produced.

      
 
 
139 days 16 hours ago
The sci-fi action thriller starring Scarlett Johansson arrives in theaters Friday.
      
 
 

The sci-fi action thriller starring Scarlett Johansson arrives in theaters Friday.

      
 
 
142 days 7 hours ago
      
 
 

      
 
 
139 days 17 hours ago
Hugh Jackman gives a sneak peek of his spectacular new film about the circus founder.
      
 
 

Hugh Jackman gives a sneak peek of his spectacular new film about the circus founder.

      
 
 
139 days 19 hours ago
He's on top of his comedy game as an animated baby and lampooning Donald Trump on 'SNL.'
      
 
 

He's on top of his comedy game as an animated baby and lampooning Donald Trump on 'SNL.'

      
 
 
139 days 20 hours ago
Francine Hughes confessed she had set fire to her home, where her ex-husband was sleeping.
      
 
 

Francine Hughes confessed she had set fire to her home, where her ex-husband was sleeping.

      
 
 
140 days 4 hours ago
Just two weeks after the movie star revealed he sought professional treatment for alcohol addiction, Ben Affleck surprised fans by attending CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
      
 
 

Just two weeks after the movie star revealed he sought professional treatment for alcohol addiction, Ben Affleck surprised fans by attending CinemaCon in Las Vegas.

      
 
 
140 days 5 hours ago
The superheroes let their movie reel speak for itself at CinemaCon.
      
 
 

The superheroes let their movie reel speak for itself at CinemaCon.

      
 
 
139 days 19 hours ago
Despite acrimony over her divorce, casting in 'Ghost', ScarJo serenely struts red carpet.
      
 
 

Despite acrimony over her divorce, casting in 'Ghost', ScarJo serenely struts red carpet.

      
 
 
140 days 14 hours ago
But now? He's given up the throne to his young daughter Carmen.
      
 
 

But now? He's given up the throne to his young daughter Carmen.

      
 
 
140 days 16 hours ago
      
 
 

      
 
 
140 days 16 hours ago
In early iterations of the Disney film, Elsa was evil and the climax was a battle involving snow monsters.
      
 
 

In early iterations of the Disney film, Elsa was evil and the climax was a battle involving snow monsters.

      
 
 
140 days 18 hours ago
Director, Christopher Nolan says his World War II drama 'Dunkirk' will transport viewers to the heart of the battle in which British led forces freed 330,000 Allied troops from the Nazis.
      
 
 

Director, Christopher Nolan says his World War II drama 'Dunkirk' will transport viewers to the heart of the battle in which British led forces freed 330,000 Allied troops from the Nazis.

      
 
 
140 days 8 hours ago
Director shows off more of his WWII epic and earns one of the event's biggest ovations.
      
 
 

Director shows off more of his WWII epic and earns one of the event's biggest ovations.

      
 
 
140 days 21 hours ago
In the 12th book in the best-selling kids' series, Greg Heffley and family go on holiday.
      
 
 

In the 12th book in the best-selling kids' series, Greg Heffley and family go on holiday.

      
 
 
141 days 4 hours ago
'The Boss Baby' star Alec Baldwin says he was the 'boss baby' growing up. Now, one of his kids has taken the title at home.
      
 
 

'The Boss Baby' star Alec Baldwin says he was the 'boss baby' growing up. Now, one of his kids has taken the title at home.

      
 
 
141 days 7 hours ago
Does the representation of LGBT characters in the films actually deliver?
      
 
 

Does the representation of LGBT characters in the films actually deliver?

      
 
 
141 days 10 hours ago
But new measures are in place following the embarrassing best-picture mix-up.
      
 
 

But new measures are in place following the embarrassing best-picture mix-up.

      
 
 
141 days 11 hours ago
After the death of his father, and being robbed of his birthright, Arthur endures a hard life. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he discovers his identity and true legacy.
      
 
 

After the death of his father, and being robbed of his birthright, Arthur endures a hard life. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he discovers his identity and true legacy.

      
 
 
141 days 6 hours ago
Universal played the whole 'Fate of the Furious' at the convention for theater owners.
      
 
 

Universal played the whole 'Fate of the Furious' at the convention for theater owners.

      
 
 
141 days 11 hours ago
Jessica Chastain stars in the troublingly timely WWII drama.
      
 
 

Jessica Chastain stars in the troublingly timely WWII drama.

      
 
 
141 days 12 hours ago
She'll be just the fourth woman to direct a film with a budget bigger than $100 million.
      
 
 

She'll be just the fourth woman to direct a film with a budget bigger than $100 million.

      
 
 
14 hours ago14 hours ago

The latest film from the director of Zero Dark Thirty and The Hurt Locker follows the 1967 police killing of black teenagers amid a racially charged riot. It could be 2017’s most urgent movie

Kathryn Bigelow sits very straight and considers events last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. “It was an atrocity,” she says. “I don’t know where we go from here.” Does the crisis of American racism scare her? She repeats the question back as if peering at it under glass. “Does it scare me? Does it scare me?”

We are in London, a long way from Charlottesville, and a piano tinkles nearby. Bigelow, who is wearing a black top and jeans, is almost 6ft tall, gracefully angular, still the only woman to win an Oscar as best director, for her Iraq war masterpiece The Hurt Locker. The movies she makes – spotted with raw, precision violence – might suggest a certain kind of personality. In fact, I’m not the first person meeting her to be reminded of a benign professor.

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2 hours ago2 hours ago

Six characters go about their faintly ominous business before a mass shooting in Tim Sutton’s artful study of ennui and a dislocated society

Less deft in the title department, Tim Sutton’s enigmatic third feature, after Pavilion and Memphis, takes an equally oblique quasi-art-film approach to the mass shooting as Gus van Sant’s Elephant. Instead of directly dramatising the Aurora massacre at a Batman screening in 2012, on which the film is loosely based, Sutton observes six characters as they go about faintly ominous daily business leading up to the incident: a decompressing Iraq vet at a support group, a smoothie-pounding selfie queen, a disaffected artist in a Freddy Krueger sweater being quizzed by an unseen interviewer.

With fey indie laments wafting through these dispassionate vignettes, it feels like Austrian miserablist Ulrich Seidl has gone on American vacation. Occasionally too emblematic as individuals, the characters collectively mesh into a portrait of a dislocated society elevated by Sutton’s talent for disorienting imagery. Ennui and rage ionise the environment as much as the sentinel-like pylons he can’t keep his eyes off.

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11 hours ago11 hours ago

A standalone adventure focused on the character played by Alec Guinness and Ewan McGregor is in the works, with Stephen Daldry in talks to direct

A standalone Obi-Wan Kenobi film is set to join the ever-expanding Star Wars universe.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the project is at a very early stage but has already attracted the Oscar-nominated film-maker Stephen Daldry, who is in negotiations to direct. If he joins the film, he will develop from script level with Lucasfilm.

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16 hours ago16 hours ago

This sly and subversive allegorical body horror from the Mexican director of Heli is about the universal drives and addictions that power us all through life

Mexican film-maker Amat Escalante’s work has included the challengingly violent crime drama Heli (2013). Now he has created a bizarre realist-fantasy parable in which queasy eroticism and body horror are absorbed into life’s many pains and injustices. It is set in Guanajuato in central Mexico, which Escalante’s movie endows with a forbidding remoteness. The original title is La Región Salvaje, or the savage region. A perplexing opening sequence, showing what appears to be a vast asteroid heading for Earth, lays the foundation for the film’s strange premise. The asteroid has brought with it a new life form which its elderly discoverers – retired people who live in a modest woodland shack – find it necessary to keep secret, rather like Mr and Mrs Kent when the baby Superman arrived.

This movie has the spirit of Buñuel in many ways, also Guillermo del Toro, and maybe even Ridley Scott’s Alien. But I found myself thinking of Richard Linklater’s Before Midnight, in which Céline, played by Julie Delpy, wonders what would happen if scientists invented some kind of metal probe that would give lab rats pure sexual pleasure: she imagines the wretched beasts abandoning everything, including food and water, to rub themselves against this probe all day while their little faces become increasingly addled. The Untamed is about what would happen if there was some of kind of organism, kept in captivity, that could deliver exactly this kind of pleasure; an organism in touch with a fiercer, purer, deeper and more primitive sexual pleasure of which our evolved species has up until now only ever had an unsatisfactory and partial glimpse.

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18 hours ago18 hours ago

Forget Hollywood blockbusters – it’s factual films such as Al Gore’s climate-change exposé An Inconvenient Sequel that are providing the cinema thrills now

No wonder political documentaries are on the rise – the truth is more gripping than fiction.

In 2005, screenwriting guru Blake Snyder published what would become his magnum opus. Save the Cat! is a screenwriting manual that lays out, plainly and beat by beat, how almost every blockbuster is put together. In 2013, Slate’s Peter Suderman blamed Save the Cat! for, essentially, ruining Hollywood. “Intentionally or not, it’s become a formula – a formula that threatens the world of original screenwriting as we know it,” he wrote, suggesting the book was why almost every blockbuster had started to feel predictable and familiar. It may not be unrelated that Hollywood is suffering its worst summer in 25 years.

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21 hours ago21 hours ago

Director Christopher McQuarrie says the action star broke ankle during the filming of a stunt which required jumping between buildings and hitting a wall

Related: Tom Cruise injured during Mission: Impossible 6 shoot

The studio behind Mission Impossible 6 has confirmed that production of the film has been put on hiatus while Tom Cruise recovers from a broken ankle suffered during filming.

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20 hours ago20 hours ago

There are some fun satirical observations in this animation about a somnolent schoolgirl’s imaginary world, but it winds up feeling mechanical

A fake-out opening establishes the twinned realms through which Kenji Kamiyama’s midlist anime meanders: patriarchal kingdom Heartland is revealed as the recurring dreamscape of somnolent schoolgirl Kokone, who is trapped at home with a grief-stricken mechanic father in a town some distance from Tokyo.

Toggling between the two realms, Kamiyama demonstrates a pleasing, Kore-eda-like eye for suburban specifics, but the charm diminishes upon the segue into corporate conspiracy involving missing tablets and giant robots. There are some fun satiric footnotes early on – Heartland’s compulsory auto industry employment leaves it gridlocked for days – but it starts feeling fairly mechanised itself, every clank of those boysy Transformer knock-offs further drowning out its wistful
heroine.

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1 day 15 hours ago1 day 15 hours ago

Craig’s sensitive and sometimes scary take on 007 morphed the franchise into a sleek supercar. No wonder its producers were so set on him staying

Related: Daniel Craig confirms he will play James Bond again

For decades the James Bond series has been the Rolls Royce of British cinema: deluxe film-making that maintains a reputation for excellence, while simultaneously acting as a classy-but-discreet national-esteem enhancer. From its early-60s inception it has been a solid box-office presence and a middlebrow tastemaker – but no one could ever accuse the Bond films of reinventing the wheel. That changed dramatically with the release of Skyfall – aka Bond 23 – which became the highest-grossing film in the UK (until the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and the second biggest British film ever worldwide (behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2). With its giant box office take, Bond morphed from a Rolls into a supercar: a Ferrari, or a Lamborghini.

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1 day 2 hours ago1 day 2 hours ago

This medium-octane buddy movie has the distinction of featuring a certain West Midlands city centre, but is too slow to turn into the romp promised

This fumbled buddy movie throwback touts some only-here-for-the-money stars as compensation for leaden pacing and a futzing, bum-obsessed script. Any remaining life in its tired set-up – security operative Ryan Reynolds drags assassin Samuel L Jackson to The Hague to testify against a Belarusian war criminal (Gary Oldman, inevitably) – is soon stifled by pointless flashbacks and detours, and a suicidally phlegmy palette.

It earns the distinction of being the first shoot-’em-up to reroute its leads via Coventry city centre, but that’s the problem: only belatedly, with its medium-octane chases around Amsterdam, does this dopey endeavour become the freewheeling romp the trailers promised. For an action-comedy, its timing is lousy.

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1 day 13 hours ago1 day 13 hours ago

The Oscar-winning star of La La Land was placed ahead of Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lawrence on Forbes’ annual list of Hollywood’s top earners

Emma Stone has been named Hollywood’s best-paid female actor in Forbes’ annual list of top earners.

The 28-year-old made $26m in the last 12 months, the majority of which was earned from her Oscar-winning performance in the musical romance La La Land. The film made over $445m worldwide.

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1 day 16 hours ago1 day 16 hours ago

New challenges – and a science-dismissing US President – make Gore’s sequel to his 2006 film feel both cinematic and compelling

Related: Al Gore: 'The rich have subverted all reason'

Eleven record-breaking summers on from An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore doubles down. Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk’s galvanising documentary accompanies the former US vice-president throughout 2015 and 2016, by which point he had pivoted from touring pro-bono slideshows to addressing the Climate Reality Leadership Corps programme initiated by the first movie’s success.

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1 day 18 hours ago1 day 18 hours ago

Whether driven by PR tactics or a need for some creative downtime, an increasing number of film-makers are playing retirement hokey-cokey

Related: Quentin Tarantino confirms he will retire after two more films

If anyone’s earned the right to do whatever he likes in retirement, it’s Hayao Miyazaki. This includes un-retiring, as the venerable 76-year-old animation master has now done four years after his swansong film. After rumours earlier in the year, Studio Ghibli recently confirmed it had reopened to begin making a 12th Miyazaki feature. He is thought to be expanding Boro the Caterpillar, a 12-minute short he had been making for the Ghibli Museum, which he was unsatisfied with.

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1 day 21 hours ago1 day 21 hours ago

The contemplative indie Marjorie Prime is the latest in a long line of sci-fi films and TV shows that explore how we might date and love in the future

In the opening scene of Marjorie Prime, we first meet Marjorie, an 85-year-old struggling with memory loss, as she listens to Walter Prime, a computerized hologram version of her husband, describe the second dog that she and her real husband adopted.

“Toni II, but that was soon shortened to just Toni,” Walter Prime explains, as if he were actually there. “And of course it wasn’t exactly Toni, but the longer they had her the less it mattered which Toni it was that ran along the beach and which Toni it was that dug up all the bulbs in the garden. The more time that passed, the more she became the same dog in their memories.”

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18 minutes ago18 minutes ago

This handsome, very conventional film tells the story of one of the last great adventurer-superstars – but it’s hard not to pine for The Life Aquatic

Ignore the title. This conventional, unadventurous biopic ploddingly tells the story of the French ocean explorer and film-maker Jacques Cousteau – though the underwater sequences are stunning.

Related: Jacques Cousteau sails again in new film

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1 day 21 hours ago1 day 21 hours ago

Actor tells Stephen Colbert on The Late Show he ‘couldn’t be happier’ to resume 007 role despite previous comments

He once said he would rather take his own life than reprise his role as 007. But Daniel Craig may now be regretting his words, as he has confirmed he will, for one final time, play James Bond.

Speaking on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on US TV on Tuesday night, the actor finally put an end to the long-running saga of will he/won’t he play the character for a fifth time.

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2 days 8 hours ago2 days 8 hours ago

Singer whose chance of fame was killed off by the Mob and his famous rival is subject of biopic produced by Merchant Ivory

He was an American shoeshine boy with a romantic singing voice that made even mobsters weep.

Jimmy Roselli was known as “the other Sinatra”, but the Mob and Frank Sinatra, his lifelong rival crooner, killed off his chances of finding the fame that he deserved. Now, six years after his death, this unheralded singer is about to receive due recognition with a film in which he will be portrayed by John Travolta.

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2 days 9 hours ago2 days 9 hours ago

A woman, identified only as Robin, has said she was ‘sexually victimized’ by the film director in 1973, when she was 16 years old

A third woman came forward Tuesday to accuse Roman Polanski of sexual assault when she was a minor, 40 years after he went on the run for raping another girl.

The woman, identified only as Robin, told a news conference in Los Angeles she was “sexually victimized” by the legendary French-Polish film director when she was 16, in 1973.

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2 days 17 hours ago2 days 17 hours ago

Christopher Nolan’s war drama is still going strong in its fourth week, while the sequel to the animated comedy barely cracks the top 10

Despite dropping another 43% from the previous weekend, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk holds on to the top spot in the UK for a fourth week in a row – a feat that eluded monster hits of the last year, including Beauty and the Beast and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The last film to pull it off was Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in November and December 2016.

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3 days 13 hours ago3 days 13 hours ago

Vancouver police are investigating the death of a female stunt driver during production of the Ryan Reynolds-starring comedy sequel

Stunt driver Joi “SJ” Harris has died on the set of Deadpool 2 after a scene involving a motorcycle went wrong.

The accident happened on Monday morning. The victim is the first African American female professional road racer.

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3 days 19 hours ago3 days 19 hours ago

Actor filmed mistiming leap between two buildings and crashing into wall, but it is not known how serious his injuries are

Tom Cruise has been filmed in apparent pain after a stunt for his new film Mission: Impossible 6 went awry.

Cruise was performing a scene for the latest instalment of the long-running franchise in London. It involved him jumping between two buildings with the assistance of a safety harness. Footage recorded by TMZ shows him mistiming his leap and crashing into the side of the second building. The actor was able to pull himself up onto the roof of the building but was then seen limping heavily before collapsing next to members of the film’s crew. It is not yet known what the extent of Cruise’s injuries are or whether he received hospital treatment.

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5 days 8 hours ago5 days 8 hours ago
Veteran director claims financiers think he’s crazy for attempting Shakespeare adaptation

He directed Merchant-Ivory classics such as The Remains of the Day, Howards End and A Room with a View, but American director James Ivory is struggling to interest investors in his latest project. The problem, it seems, lies with his writer: William Shakespeare. For more than five years, Ivory has tried in vain to raise money for a cinema adaptation of Richard II.

Despite 50 years of critical acclaim and Oscar recognition, plus British actors Tom Hiddleston and Damian Lewis lined up to star in his production, financiers are refusing to part with their money. “They look at you like you’re crazy,” he said. “There is an assumption that there is no money to be made from such an investment.”

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100 days 13 hours ago100 days 13 hours ago

The Sherlock Holmes director has conjured up an entertaining rollercoaster that crashes through Arthurian legend, with only the occasional stall

Guy Ritchie’s cheerfully ridiculous Arthur is a gonzo monarch, a death-metal warrior-king. Ritchie’s film is at all times over the top, crashing around its digital landscapes in all manner of beserkness, sometimes whooshing along, sometimes stuck in the odd narrative doldrum. But it is often surprisingly entertaining, and whatever clunkers he has delivered in the past, Ritchie again shows that a film-maker of his craft and energy commands attention, and part of his confidence in reviving King Arthur resides here in being so unselfconscious and unconcerned about the student canon that has gone before: Malory, Tennyson, Bresson, Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Eric Idle etc. Instead, Ritchie launches into an all-purpose tale of medieval brigands and scofflaws. It’s more of a laugh than Antoine Fuqua’s solemn take in 2004.

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735 days 10 hours ago735 days 10 hours ago

Simon Pegg plays a teacher endowed with godlike powers and Robin Williams, in his final film role, supplies the voice of a dog. But it’s far from funny

The second word of the title should be “appalling”. It sure isn’t the best way to mark the first anniversary of Robin Williams’s death: this was his very last screen credit, as the voice of an unfunny dog.

There’s a blue-chip cast here, and it’s directed by Terry Jones; the Pythons have cameos, as creepy alien creatures. But this low-budget Brit film is just depressing, a sub-Douglas Adams sci-fi comedy which looks like mediocre kids’ TV with a dismal script and cheap’n’cheerless production values.

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618 days 7 hours ago618 days 7 hours ago

Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne
The words of Futurists, Dadaists and Communists are stolen from the page and given new life by Blanchett playing a teacher, homeless man, mourner and mother in the Berlin-based artist’s latest multi-screen installation

There’s a clinking of champagne glasses, and Cate Blanchett moves to address an affluent crowd. Reading from cue cards in her hand, she praises the great art vortex and describes the poor as detestable animals. “The past and future are the prostitutes nature has provided,” she adds. The crowd chuckles politely.

The scene plays out on one of 13 screens dangling from the ceiling at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne for the world premiere of Julian Rosefeldt’s multi-channel video work Manifesto.

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417 days 13 hours ago417 days 13 hours ago

Gillies MacKinnon’s remake of the classic postwar Ealing comedy is light on laughs and feels out of place in 2016

The Edinburgh film festival kicked off with Tommy’s Honour, a gently old-fashioned yarn about a 19th-century Scottish golf champion that may have induced mild stirrings of patriotism. Now the festival is aiming to repeat the trick with a remake of Alexander Mackendrick’s fondly remembered 1949 Ealing comedy Whisky Galore!, an adaptation of Compton Mackenzie’s novel that itself drew on real events.

Like the original, it sets out to be a celebration of canny Scots outwitting humourless (and partly English) officialdom: a ship runs aground on a fictional Hebridean island during the second world war and the locals do their best to liberate some of the thousands of whisky bottles in its cargo. Cue cat-and-mouse shenanigans as the home guard try to reinforce wartime discipline and prevent imbibement above and beyond the quota level. Two weddings are simultaneously planned, involving the daughters of the leading whisky filcher.

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3424 days 3 hours ago
At an industry screening of the forthcoming comedy “Tropic Thunder,” Tom Cruise brought down the house with his portrayal of a dirty-dancing movie mogul.
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This class-conscious caper, with Channing Tatum and Adam Driver as down-on-their-luck brothers, is ridiculously entertaining.
9 hours ago
This showbiz tale finds new talent in Danielle Macdonald, its star, and Geremy Jasper, its writer and director.
8 hours ago
Mr. Jackson is an ill-tempered contract killer. Ryan Reynolds is his uptight protector. You can figure out the rest.
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Lois Smith reprises the role of Marjorie in Michael Almereyda’s adaptation of Jordan Harrison’s play weighing the morality of artificial intelligence.
13 hours ago
For seedy locations that are the hallmark of gritty urban dramas, the Safdie brothers looked to less obvious sites in the five boroughs (and Long Island).
1 day 22 hours ago
Melissa McCarthy has broken through in Hollywood, but her success is viewed by studios as an anomaly. Danielle Macdonald hopes to flip the script.
1 day 12 hours ago
Fernando Trueba’s light ensemble comedy is a romp that pillories Hollywood’s deal-making with the Franco regime in the 1950s.
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Based on a true story, Matt Ruskin’s film stars Lakeith Stanfield as a man who spent decades in prison for a crime he did not commit.
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As Netflix and Amazon take different approaches to theatrical releases, sites like Crunchyroll and Shudder are giving fans the gift of screenings.
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The high school students made “Escape,’’ a film about a transgender teenager’s journey to self-acceptance, to raise awareness about the struggles of transgender people.
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In “Whitney: Can I Be Me,” a behind-the-scenes portrait of the singer’s rise and struggles with fame.
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A fatal drunken driving accident leads to a nightmarish term in prison that forges a criminal.
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Toa Fraser’s film about a hostage crisis at the Iranian Embassy in London in 1980 can feel closer to a re-enactment than a thriller.
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“Sidemen: Long Road to Glory” is a loving tribute to the bluesmen Willie Smith, Hubert Sumlin and Joe Willie Perkins.
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A documentary observes the rituals of one of the best-known Zen masters in the West.
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This documentary directed by Doug Nichol plumbs the depths of devotion to a machine whose day might appear to be over.
1 day 6 hours ago
Teenagers on the run, with a motorcycle, and hints of the 1960s.
1 day 9 hours ago
Mr. Cruise, known for his death defying stunts, suffered an ankle injury during the making of a “Mission: Impossible” movie.
1 day 8 hours ago
In “Wolf Warrior 2,” China’s top-grossing movie yet, a red-tinged Rambo named Leng Feng takes on a swaggering American soldier of fortune.
1 day 13 hours ago
The 78-year-old actor’s fitness routine, which would put most 30-year-olds to shame, includes martial arts classes like kali and Jeet Kune Do.
1 day 11 hours ago
The 1986 film "Chief Zabu” finally gets its New York premiere some 30 years after its cryptic ads became a running gag on the “Mystery Science” TV show. What took so long?
1 day 15 hours ago
The woman, who was identified only as Robin, said that the film director “sexually victimized” her in 1973, when she was 16.
2 days 9 hours ago
Despite some strong reviews, the musical, based on the popular 1993 movie, failed to draw large enough audiences to support its running costs.
2 days 6 hours ago
Sexual hypocrisy fuels a South African film about teenagers undergoing a circumcision ritual.
1 day 7 hours ago

Film Screenings of 80 Documentary Films to be Presented October 4 to 8, 2017

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1 day 7 hours ago

First-of-its-kind initiative, InnovATL17, will elevate awareness of all happenings among 45,000+ projected event attendees

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2 days 7 hours ago

New Orleans-Based Business Reopens as Fall Slate of Film & Television Projects Begin Shooting

(PRWeb August 16, 2017)

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3 days 7 hours ago

Free GraphicAudio Story Podcast, G.A.S.P.™ launches today

(PRWeb August 15, 2017)

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3 days 7 hours ago

The M750 features SteelSeries QX2 switches, aerospace aluminum and exclusive SteelSeries Engine Apps for Discord and more

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3 days 7 hours ago

John Billingsley, well-known for his role alongside Denzel Washington in Out of Time and as Doctor Phlox in Star Trek: Enterprise, and also featured in several popular TV series as NCIS, Suits, Grey’s...

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XK Content Brings a Free Comprehensive Resource to Consumers, Providing The Most Current 4K HDR/UHD Delivery and Content Developments

(PRWeb August 14, 2017)

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6 days 7 hours ago

Run This Town highlights local communities through a runner’s lens and includes a Nashville-centric episode

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7 days 7 hours ago

PUR cosmetics, the brand known as The Complexion Authority™ for its pure mineral formulas and richly pigmented shades, is celebrating the launch of its My Little Pony: The Movie Collection with their...

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A new social experience and way to record, react, and respond with mobile video.

(PRWeb August 11, 2017)

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