A New York Post journalist (Chloë Grace Moretz) suffering from a rare autoimmune disorder is repeatedly misdiagnosed following a series of violent outbursts and severe amnesia.
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Tatum also produces Kravitz’s “pretty punk rock” directorial debut thriller.
“I definitely don’t think it’s a thing that we should be pursuing,” Maslany explained.
Director Chris Weitz thought “nobody is going to be able to process anything” if Grammy winner Swift appeared in the franchise.
The movie that saved the movies arrives in homes August 23, but Paramount+ is still TBD.
Reginald Hudlin directs the AppleTV+ portrait of actor and activist Poitier, who died in January at age 94.
Foxx said his directorial effort is “trying to break open the sensitive corners” with Robert Downey Jr. playing a Mexican man.
The MCU is “kind of uptight” about sharing any Season 2 details, according to Wilson.
The actor/director said he will take a break from promotional duties on all upcoming projects due to mental health issues.
’90s Week: From “Paris Is Burning” to “Boys Don’t Cry,” the history of independent film is the history of queer film.
This TV season’s breakout star talks to IndieWire about the decade of work that got her to two Emmy nominations this year, and what’s next.
According to Judd Apatow, Mintz-Plasse was “very caustic and attacked Jonah and did improvs insulting Jonah” during a callback audition.
Sarah Polley writes and directs the feature based on Miriam Toews’ novel about the abuse behind a remote religious community.