In the not too distant future, two young women who live in a remote ancient forest discover the world around them is on the brink of an apocalypse. Informed only by rumor, they fight intruders, disease, loneliness & starvation.
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Despite strong performances by Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood, this sci-fi sister story never reaches its potential.
Ellen Page likes to produce as well as star in indie films like survival saga’ Into the Forest,’ opposite Evan Rachel Wood, and gay rights drama ‘Freeheld,’ co-starring Julianne Moore.
The song is some of the band’s first original music since 2018.
“When women have hits, it’s a fluke. But when men have hits, isn’t it great?” Midler said of the iconic 1996 classic co-starring Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn.
“She was not at her best and my heart really went out to her,” Barbara Broccoli said of a meeting with the Grammy winner three years before her death.
“A character like that was something that I’d been wanting to play for many years,” Brody said of playing a New York mafioso in Season 4 of the Netflix series.
Director Fletcher Moules tells IndieWire about the music driving the story and visuals (and vice versa) of the new Netflix special.
Gerwig joined writer/director Noah Baumbach at NYFF to talk their latest movie, which incorporates decades of cinema history and American iconography to be distinctly of the moment.
A teenage friendship is tested by Satan in a slumber party riff on “Jennifer’s Body” that lacks much of that cult classic’s wicked bite.
S.S. Rajamouli spoke to IndieWire about how his epic awards contender survived pandemic shutdowns and why he wants to make a Hollywood movie.
It’s another busy week at the box office, with everything from “Bros” to “Smile” hitting theaters.
The news comes 12 years after DuVernay’s feature directorial debut “I Will Follow” screened at the festival.
In the video, the Chevron spokesman brags about “releasing greenhouse gasses that are turning the planet into a hellish George Miller film.”
You might have seen her as a chatty hairdresser on “Scandal” or the mouthy math teacher of “Young Sheldon,” but she’s now coming into her own.