A successful businessman attempting to resurrect his life buys and boards a dilapidated sailboat.
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“At the end of the day, that was a time when that exists and that happened,” Stiller said of Trump’s cameo in his 2001 comedy.
In a virtual reunion hosted by Nerdist with the cult series’ cast and crew, creator Fuller shared his thoughts about where the show could go next.
Comic-Con 2020 might not be happening at the San Diego Convention Center this year, but there are still going to be plenty of exciting panels and exhibitors at the upcoming virtual event.
The exhibit has celebrated the USC alum and iconic actor and filmmaker since 2012.
Villeneuve and Deakins sat down for a sprawling conversation in the latest episode of the “Team Deakins” podcast.
Guadagnino makes his first foray into episodic television with “We Are Who We Are,” a coming-of-age series hitting HBO in September.
Filmmaker Natalie Erika James was raised on Japanese and Korean genre films, which is reflected in her chilling allegory of dementia. Spoilers ahead!
Peacock will launch nationally July 15 and feature a variety of original series as well as library titles such as “Parks & Recreation” and “Saturday Night Live.”
“The Batman” filmmaker is suiting up for a spinoff series about the Gotham City Police Department that will premiere on HBO Max.
“It’s a little hard to know where one leaves off and the other one begins sometimes at work, though Kieran isn’t as depraved as Roman at all. He’s very glib, and thoughtful, and funny.”
“I read it and was like, ‘Oh, well, I’ll watch this. I want to know what happens after that final scene of the pilot episode,’ but obviously I’m not going to be in it, so whatever, I’m not going to audition,” Snook said.
Thanks to a combination of brilliant puppetry and deft CG animation, Baby Yoda has become an endearing Force to be reckoned with.