Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find Anna’s sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter.
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We might get to hear Adam Driver sing in another Noah Baumbach film.
Will Smith watched the film with an audience for the first time at a private event in Washington D.C.
“Bros” was already at a disadvantage for being a rom-com before other factors set it back. “Smile” continues an impressive year for Paramount.
The sketch takes “heartbreak feels good in a place like this” to an extreme new level.
The first sketch of the new season proved that, even if “SNL” has a lot of problems to deal with, the show is in on the joke.
NYFF: Though the film is unlikely to break into some of the bigger Oscar categories like Best Picture, Deadwyler does wonders in “Till.”
The ‘Rings of Power’ composer tells IndieWire about writing a new musical lexicon for Middle Earth and his own ‘Lord of the Rings’ experience.
NYFF: Danielle Deadwyler gives a heartbreaking performance as Emmett Till’s mother Mamie, but little else in this uneven historical drama matches her passion.
The “Twin Peaks” star appreciates that Lynch’s films “ask a lot of questions, but there are not a lot of answers provided.”
Anne E. Schwartz says that Ryan Murphy’s dramatization of the infamous serial killer “does not bear a great deal of resemblance to the facts of the case.”
When Bale and John David Washington struggled with a song, David O. Russell told them to “just shut up for this one and let Taylor do it.”
Luhrmann hadn’t even finished the script when he approached Hanks, but the famously wholesome actor “jumped at the chance to do a repugnant character.”