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Sondheim wrote the lyrics for the original 1957 Broadway musical, which is now inspiring a new film adaptation from director Steven Spielberg.
“The Lost Symbol” feels like something you’d watch on Saturday morning cable when the remote is lost.
TIFF: Ramon and Silvan Zürcher deliver another droll, primary-colored wonder that never reveals its secrets — sexual, sinister, and otherwise.
Following the drawn-out mess of Mike Richards, “Jeopardy!” has finally landed on Bialik and Jennings emceeing the show for this year.
The “Dune” director has weighed in on the great debate surrounding the artistic substance of the MCU.
Co-writer/director Joe Carnahan’s script neutralizes his macho headliners, allowing the talented, rising actress to shine as a lean, mean one-woman disruptor.
The Peruvian director’s South American movie is a local Netflix Original.
Exclusive: Metrograph revives the cult classic starring Isabelle Adjani and Sam Neill with a new 4K restoration rolling out in October.
Clark and Carrie Brownstein tell IndieWire about fictionalizing St. Vincent for their pseudo-documentary, while Clark talks the latest on her planned adaptation of “The Picture of Dorian Gray.”
TIFF: The “Infinitely Polar Bear” team return with a wildly uneven Ann Leary adaptation about a realtor struggling to keep up appearances.
Food and film go hand in hand, but we’re not just talking dinner and a movie
TIFF: Stewart broke down why she was so excited to work with Pablo Larraín and why “there was no way” to play Princess Diana perfectly.