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Quentin Tarantino's latest may be crammed with the most references to film history of any of his movies to date. Which is saying something.
The focus on time, the palindrome title, and more clues from the first look at Nolan's 2020 action epic.
The costly Netflix production has a premiere date and a trailer for its big Oscar play. Here's what to expect.
The-genre film junkies at Alamo Drafthouse have planned a series of "clowns-only" screenings of the film at 17 theater locations.
The master of the psychosexual nail-biter will return to the big screen with his first film since 2002's "Unfaithful."
The series will play theaters in anticipation of "Love, Antosha," a documentary about the late actor that premiered at Sundance.
Drew Pearce says the real Mandarin is in good hands since "Shang-Chi" is backed by Asian actors and creative talent.
The Mummy producer weighs in about his days as an architect of Universal's busted Dark Universe mega franchise.
Alice Englert, Kaitlyn Dever, Oliva Colman, and Walton Goggins star in Britt Poulton and Dan Madison Savage's film.
Exclusive: Italian director Mario Martone returns to Venice with a new adaptation of the classic play by Eduardo De Filippo.
George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman star in Mendes' first directorial effort since moving on from James Bond.
Audiences have embraced the new "Lion King" to the tune of $1 billion worldwide, but not everyone is thrilled about what's on screen.
Dan Inosanto, Lee's training partner, joins the martial arts legend's sister in criticizing Tarantino's new film.
Quentin Tarantino's relationship with Netflix grows even tighter as "Jackie Brown" leads the streamer's light August slate.
Founder Maori Karmael Holmes reflects on building an essential annual showcase for new work by filmmakers of color.
The "Chernobyl" writer-creator is out of the race, but his opposition slate led by Phyllis Nagy remains.
Next time you're thinking about taking your kid to see an Ari Aster movie, just don't.
“I hoped there would be more. I really did," said the filmmaker behind "The Nightingale" and "The Babadook."
"Long before anybody wanted to go and build walls, I thought music was about building these bridges to Africa," said the Oscar-winner.
In "Summer Girl," the sisterly trio take a walking tour of Los Angeles as they shed the seasons in favor of warmer California temps.

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