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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The “Last Night in Soho” writer/director and the “Ant-Man” star clarified that they are in fact not the same person after a fan mistook them for one another.
“I always wish that one day they just release a version of the film without any special effects, because then you understand how ridiculous it feels,” Olsen said.
“I was living in this weird hotel by myself, and a lot of the movie, I’m not in,” Curtis said.
Donald Sutherland and Jaeden Martell co-star in a drama that suggests our smartphones might literally be a portal to hell.
Emmy winner Grammer will star in and executive-produce the series, written by “How I Met Your Mother” and “Life in Pieces” scribes.
Zach Cregger was adamant about not “de-fanging” the horror/thriller feature just for the sake of selling it.
A focus group member compared the cut rim job sequence to a “Jackass” stunt.
A private plane flight from France to California in September 2016 allegedly included multiple physical assaults on both Jolie and their children.
IndieWire spoke with Huppert about her new career retrospective at New York’s Film Forum, but one film holds the dark, special key to her particular twisted genius.
In just 12 days, Ryan Murphy’s “Dahmer” is Netflix’s 9th most-watched English-language TV series of all time.
Two decades after James Gunn’s live-action films and animated series “Mystery Incorporated” sought to show Velma as gay onscreen, the new Halloween film makes Velma’s sexuality not a mystery anymore.
Martin’s co-author and “fact-checker” Linda Antonsson said that changing the ethnicity or race of fictional characters “raises all sorts of logical questions.”