A New York City cop investigates a series of heinous crimes involving the occult and possible demonic possession.
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Cannes: The festival opens on an ominous note with this slack and shambling “One Cut of the Dead” remake from the director of “The Artist.”
The streamer has suffered a subscriber exodus, stock dip, shareholder lawsuit, and editorial layoffs since the start of 2022.
Garland’s latest conversation piece is also his most beguiling, and audiences might not be ready for it. The director tells IndieWire why he “can’t prevent or worry too much” about anyone’s interpretations.
The streamer will not accept advertising partnerships with non family-friendly companies when launching the new streamer tier.
Julia Ducournau’s erotic psychological thriller “Titane” won the Palme d’Or, while David Cronenberg’s 1996 sex-fueled “Crash” was awarded a Special Jury prize amid controversy.
Other recent acquisitions include Neon with Kore-eda Hirokazu’s “Broker,” while MUBI picked up Park Chan-wook’s “Decision to Leave.”
Andy Samberg and John Mulaney voice the iconic crime-fighting chipmunks in Akiva Schaffer’s self-reflexive, adult-skewing animated and live-action mash-up.
“I had to fight really hard to keep my career,” Heard claimed, citing Warner Bros. “basically took a bunch out” of her upcoming role.
The delirious Hollywood movie-within-a-movie-within-a-TV-show premieres this June on HBO and HBO Max.
“Solo” was largely a box office bomb and derided by fans for its lead Alden Ehrenreich’s take on the beloved Han Solo.
The Iranian Oscar-winner was grilled at the Cannes Jury press conference.
Joseph Kosinski directs the Netflix psychological thriller, also starring Jurnee Smollett and based on a George Saunders story.