After a dire $317 million September, theaters have a reason to be cheerful with Dwayne Johnson as a DC Comics superhero.
Starting the Peacock series off with the real Jan Broberg puts a face to a genre that often feels impersonal and exploitative ...
Written by novelist Jessica Knoll and drawing from her own experience as a gang rape survivor, this fractured film only works ...
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Man’ and not feel like I don’t deserve the chance or not feel like I have no shot at it from the second I walk in,” ...
Letting characters have romantic relationships opens up rich and entertaining storytelling possibilities for the MCU, if ...
The “Knives Out” sequel makes history as the first Netflix film to debut across AMC, Regal, and Cinemark prior to its ...
Dig!” filmmaker Ondi Timoner cuts home video footage of her father’s euthanasia into an honest and moving argument that ...
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He trashed the film after we wrapped — up until the time he got an Academy Award nomination,” Macy said of his late co-star.
Rachel Sennott, Troye Sivan, Suzanna Son, Dan Levy, Da’vine Joy Randolph, and Blackpink singer Jennie also star.
Key round out the cast for the adaptation of the popular Nintendo videogame franchise. The first look at Nintendo, Universal, ...
From Robert Eggers’ New England folk tale to the nature-worshipping weirdos of “The Craft,” these are the most magical movies ...
Tilda Swinton, Matthias Schoenaerts, Ralph Fiennes, and Dakota Johnson starred in the 2015 psychological drama inspired by ...