A black and white period piece that follows soldiers who flee from an ongoing war only to be captured and forced to help look for a treasure, a task complicated by the fact that the group’s accidentally partaken in some hallucinogenic mushrooms.
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In his Friday monologue, Kimmel also paid tribute to George Floyd, whose death has sparked nationwide protests and riots.
Mubi has picked up the Canadian director’s long-awaited coming-of-age film for a VOD release this summer.
Lynch takes you inside his workshop for his latest YouTube emergence from quarantine.
Malkovich, who stars in the new Netlix series “Space Force,” reveals he was at first baffled by Kaufman’s inventive screenplay.
Hollywood has thrown its weight, and its dollars, behind Minneapolis this week as civic unrest rages across the nation.
As critical resources for the country’s filmmakers face an uncertain future, the Three Amigos rallied this month to keep a vibrant community alive.
Fan Bingbing’s upcoming “Win the World” will mark the actress’ first television series since she disappeared from public life following a tax evasion scandal in 2018.
“40 Years of Rocky: The Birth of a Classic” will premiere on-demand on June 7 and will be narrated by the franchise star himself.
“Young Sheldon” will join several other hit comedies on HBO Max, including “Friends” and “The Big Bang Theory.”
This year’s Telluride still stands, kicking off on Thursday, September 3, instead of the traditional Labor Day Friday.
Los Angeles gave the theater to the American Cinematheque in the ’90s. Now, its sale to Netflix has ruffled concerns over its programming and historic status.
Universal continues to dig into its catalogue of horror classics on the heels of the success of “The Invisible Man.”