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The adaptation of John Green’s book fits teen drama auteurs Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage like a glove.
Films like “Parasite” and “Pain and Glory” are critical darlings, but the truth is that when it comes to Oscar votes, popularity counts.
It turns out MovePass’ long downward spiral didn’t actually end when it shut down last month.
Tarantino’s beloved ninth feature will no longer have a theatrical release in China.
Documentarian Ben Masters was going to make a nature doc about mountain lions — then he realized how much the border wall would affect them.
For analysts, it all comes down to if companies should be making moral or ethical decisions at the expense of their growth strategy.
Ed Perkins’ documentary is so harrowing and horrific that it can only bear to scratch the surface of its remarkable story.
Two for the price of Rudd pays big dividends in Timothy Greenberg’s engaging Netflix series, directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris.
“I hate fucking extended cuts. I hate deleted scenes,” Phillips tells Collider when asked about an extended edition of “Joker.”
Director Taika Waititi chose composer Michael Giacchino to conjure some of the same fairy tale musical qualities of “Up” and “Ratatouille.” Next up: “The Batman.”
The website will be helpful due to the film’s limited release.
The average Joe doesn’t care about “The Morning Show.” They already have all the TV they need — and can afford.