A father is without the means to pay for his daughter’s medical treatment. As a last resort, he partners with a greedy co-worker to rob a casino. When things go awry they’re forced to hijack a city bus.
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Screenwriter Stuart Beattie was “devastated” the trilogy got the ax as Lucasfilm pivoted to Disney+ shows.
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Exclusive: Anita Rocha da Silveira (“Kill Me Please”) directs the Brazilian thriller, in theaters July 29.
Billie Lourd, Kaitlyn Dever, and “Emily in Paris” breakout Lucas Bravo also star in the jetsetting rom-com, in theaters October 21.
Disney’s willingness to wade into issues of abortion access and LGBTQ rights comes with costs, but the benefits of corporate responsibility can be great.
“We’re reinventing who he is and that takes time,” Barbara Broccoli said.
Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, and Leslie Odom Jr. star in Rian Johnson’s sequel to “Knives Out.”
Céline Sciamma, John Cameron Mitchell, Andrew Ahn, Jared Frieder, and Rain Valdez reflect on the current state of queer cinema.
Adrien Brody, David Oyelowo, and Ruth Wilson also star in the whodunnit, out this September.
Before the accidental shooting on the set of “Rust,” Hutchins was working on an ambitious immigration story with director Dennis Hauck, who now plans to finish it.
Waithe and Dosunmu’s muted attempted at a faux Whitney Houston biopic holds promise, but its execution leaves too much unspoken (and literally unsung).
Sienna Miller portrayed Johnson’s grandmother Hedren in the 2012 biopic about the abusive working relationship with “tyrant” Alfred Hitchcock.