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Sources close to Collider reveal that Disney is putting the brakes on the “Star Wars” streaming series “indefinitely.”
It’s been over 17 years since we last saw the beloved captain — and so much has changed even diehard Trekkies might be confused.
Bong told TheWrap that the series version of his Best Picture contender will pick up on intriguing elements that the film left out.
For only the third time in 20 years, Best Picture and Best Production Design could go together, which bodes well for frontrunner “1917.”
Idina Menzel, Chrissy Metz, and Randy Newman will join Questlove on the Oscar stage.
Common themes link these five disparate short stories.
The hit musical inspired by the 2004 comedy is coming to the big screen. “These characters are my Marvel Universe,” said Fey.
Mounting sexual-assault allegations against the hip-hop mogul are under increased scrutiny with the premiere of a new Sundance doc this week.
Universal is vying for second place with fading “Dolittle” and surging Oscar contender “1917.”
Carrey told IndieWire he’s “not going to waste another moment” on “President What’s His Name,” instead finding artistic inspiration in the “genius” of Bong Joon Ho’s film.
Finn Wolfhard and Brooklynn Prince are downright devilish in Floria Sigismondi’s stylish riff on Henry James’ “The Turn of the Screw.”
Nearly a decade after debuting his “Here” at the festival, the filmmaker returns with a moving look at two old friends at odds.