During his twenties, a young man works at various homeless shelters in Boston, where he often intersects with his brilliant but troubled father.
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“I really felt like it was right,” Seyfried said of the role she chased that eventually went to Ariana Grande.
The network is reportedly working with the HFPA to bring the awards show back for its 80th anniversary, on the heels of multiple changes to improve the organization’s diversity and ethics.
While most of the Best TV Movie options are finale films, the Disney+ reboot stands out by breaking new ground in this Emmy category.
The fortune teller told Lynskey that the Showtime series would be “really big” before the pilot was even picked up.
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Smith was eying Nicolas Cage for the role of Bizarro in the series, whose cancellation predated HBO Max axing “Batgirl.”
The SFX supervisors and Predator actor Dane DiLiegro tell IndieWire about creating a leaner, more feral, and primitive-looking hunter.
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Jafar Panahi, Paul Schrader, Claire Denis, Hong Sangsoo, Mia Hansen-Løve, and many more all feature in this year’s New York Film Festival main slate.
A deepfake film of then-President Donald Trump would have been “so timely,” but the project is still “on hold,” say Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
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The director texted Plaza after seeing her stern-faced, tank top-clad look on the latest issue of MovieMaker thinking she was the new Lara Croft.