A powerful story of human courage and reconciliation in the face of titanic forces of nature, when the awe-inspiring Godzilla rises to restore balance as humanity stands defenseless.
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Criterion promises a landmark set featuring all 15 films of the Japanese monster series’ original Showa era.
From “The Dark Knight” to the complete “Indiana Jones” series, Netflix is entering the new year with a bang.
Against all odds, the team behind “San Andreas” has found a way to suck the fun out of a movie about a giant crocodile attacking Chicago.
ABC is expanding its coverage of race issues by launching the first broadcast network news magazine dedicated to Black life in America.
The organization also unveiled an event called “A Day with the PGA Awards Nominees.”
DiCaprio met with Osage cultural leaders to help him better prepare for his role as Ernest Burkhart in Scorsese’s upcoming Western drama.
With a little help from Kathryn Hahn (OK, a lot of help), “WandaVision” finally puts its full focus on Wanda’s grief and finds the emotional resonance it’s needed all along.
The documentarian has always had a knack for getting his subjects to talk, but as he tells IndieWire, the pop star and her family proved to be uncommonly collaborative.
Co-writer Terri Tatchell and actor Sharlto Copley are confirmed to be on board with the long-awaited sequel.
Prince Harry says he is “more comfortable” with his family’s depiction on “The Crown” than what gets written about them in sensationalized news stories.
As Anthony Hopkins’ character loses track of his surroundings, Francis’ work became a key storytelling device — and the highlight of his career.
A new study finds the streaming giant has made major strides in gender equality behind the camera, but more must be done for other groups. A $100 million fund will certainly help.
It turns out that making a feature-length live action-animated hybrid movie about two characters who don’t speak is hard, particularly when the human half makes no sense.
One of the lead designers for “Hogwarts Legacy” previously ran a YouTube channel where he referred to the #MeToo movement as a “moral panic.”
R.J. Cutler’s film offers a generational portrait of the timeless relationship between teenagers and the people they listen to.