FIGHTVILLE is about the art and sport of fighting: a microcosm of life, a physical manifestation of that other brutal contest called the American Dream…
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With a completely different eligibility window from the Emmys, upcoming awards ceremonies could boast some unique nominees.
The veteran producers will discuss the industry and take audience questions on Thursday at 1 p.m. ET.
One stunt required the James Bond stunt team to spray 8,400 gallons of soda on the streets of Italy.
From “Creepshow” to “Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula,” Shudder isn’t trying to beat Netflix, but it has become a leading niche streaming service.
A muddled story filled with inconsistencies provides only the broadest form of social commentary — but “Lovecraft Country” is also just bad at having fun.
Sonequa Martin-Green and Alex Kurtzman also talk about a landmark shoot: only the second time a “Trek” series has filmed outside North America.
“Tenet” falls to #3 as new openings show it still has life and Halloween revivals — especially Tim Burton’s — are all the rage.
The 97-year-old actress was correctly noted in her obituaries as “the Queen of Technicolor” because of her flaming red hair.
Miller reflected on her portrayal of Tippi Hedren’s toxic relationship with her director in 2012’s “The Girl” as part of the Montclair Film Festival.
AMC Theatres unveiled a new screening program as theaters around the country get desperate to recoup losses due to the pandemic.
The indie filmmaker also hinted at his next projects during a BendFilm Festival Q&A over the weekend.
Carrey and Baldwin reprised their turns as Biden and Trump, respectively, in an Issa Rae-hosted episode.