On his way out of the wilderness, Jesus struggles with the Devil over the fate of a family in crisis, setting himself up for a dramatic test.
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Times change, and Stone’s complex historic and global point of view is far more layered and nuanced than current American partisanship will accept.
From “The Green Knight” to Sean Penn and new-but-still-confusing production protocols, this was the week that Covid anxiety made an unwelcome comeback.
A short roundup of new and used electronics to buy, including Walkmans, cassette players, CD players, record players, boom boxes, and vintage radios
TV and film production goes where the money — and soundstages — are. California just gave the industry a boost of both.
Heading to Hollywood? We have a few tours you’ll want to check out.
Among its dodges, “Val” doesn’t address why the “difficult” label got pinned to Kilmer more than other ’90s Hollywood divos.
On Disney+ and Netflix respectively, two shows continue to generate plenty of interest among streaming TV fans.
As theaters begin showing signs of life and streaming and VOD options stay hefty, IndieWire is here to guide you through all of your new viewing options each week.
Director Sian Heder is setting up her next project, and it could be a game-changer.
Directed by Garret Price and subtitled “Peace, Love, and Rage,” the doc-feature reminds us, yet again, of history’s inevitable ability to repeat itself.
Catherine Keener, Sam Waterston, Bobby Cannavale, Parker Posey, and Darrell Britt-Gibson star in a new audio drama about a reclusive author and a dangerous secret.
Let the Games begin! The Summer Olympics kicked off in Tokyo on July 23.