General News
Song's well-reviewed Sundance and Berlin hit, in theaters now, ends with an extraordinary single take.
Old standards
"He played a Black man brilliantly. Am I being told that I will never have a chance to play a Black man?"
A Release Date Far, Far Away
"We’re going to make these movies when they’re ready to be made, and release them when they’re ready to be released."
Go Team Go
"Our job is the same. We want to get people into the theaters to see movies. That's what matters."
On Set
The brain behind "Grey's Anatomy" and "Bridgerton" embraces the collaboration needed to make her sex scenes pop.
Telling It from the Heart
"What’s interesting is that the male storytelling, the 'this is where I save the world,' it’s just as obvious, just as if not more repetitive," Thompson said of the action-superhero genre.
What's Next
The "Whale" winner does have one thrilling new film coming up soon, though: "Killers of the Flower Moon."
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"The thing I found really hard was that I had to go out and sell something that I really didn’t have very much control over," the "Harry Potter" alum said.
The Cannes-bound feature comes from a Black List script by Samy Burch that follows a fraught movie production.
When Crowe began to tire of the repetitive roles that he could get in Australia, a trip to France made him realize that he needed to start making American movies.
Gunn has his work cut out for him as he builds a new cinematic universe at DC Studios, but he's already thinking of ways to reunite with his old Marvel friends.
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