When a mild-mannered businessman learns his identity has been stolen, he hits the road in an attempt to foil the thief — a trip that puts him in the path of a deceptively harmless-looking woman.
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Kahlil Joseph is set to direct the adaptation of his project, which imagines a cable news network run from a Black perspective.
Watch Morrison interview Wegner about her “The Power of the Dog” work.
A series of seismic developments led director Greg Whiteley and the team behind the Netflix hit to triple down on their storytelling instincts.
The winners will be announced March 20 at the 74th annual Writers Guild Awards.
Other nominees included “King Richard,” “Licorice Pizza,” and “Don’t Look Up.”
The “Vampire’s Kiss” star takes on iconic bloodsucker Dracula in upcoming horror-comedy “Renfield,” opposite Awkwafina and Nicholas Hoult.
Sundance: Monia Chokri’s sophomore film is a jaw-dropping laugh riot wearing the skin of a horror throwback.
No sign of “House of Gucci” or “Spider-Man: No Way Home” in the PGA Awards nominations, which tip the Oscar Best Picture race.
Apple TV+ paid a reported $15 million for Cooper Raiff’s bittersweet dramedy.
Director Alberto Mielgo talks about the stylistic connection between his Oscar-contending short and “Into the Spider-Verse.”
“This film also felt like a celebration of three generations of cinema.”
In the aftermath of “The Beatles: Get Back,” archival documentaries suddenly have blockbuster potential.