The story of Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane’s successful attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer-generated analysis to draft his players.
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Chris Hemsworth gives a godly performance as a superhero looking for new purpose in the midst of his franchise’s struggle to do the same.
The Oscar winner flashed two middle fingers in honor of the Fourth of July post-Roe v. Wade.
“It was very, very kind of him,” Raimi said of Feige letting a “The Quick and the Dead” reference stay in the film.
The real “Hacks” are those who use their platforms to “just continuing to bully people,” Einbinder explained, adding, “Anyone who has been ‘canceled’ is pretty much back to work, especially men.”
Bower can empathize with the “rage-fueling” origin story of Season 4 baddie Vecna.
Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, and Sigourney Weaver return to the fictional planet Pandora for another “Avatar” installment, in theaters December 16.
“Scarecrow just asked me if I wanted to see ‘Batman.'”
Bale’s kids meanwhile convinced the actor to join the MCU in the first place.
“When I was growing up, ‘Goodfellas’ came out in the cinema, and it was like the ‘Captain America’ of its day.”
Sara Dosa walks IndieWire through the process of building a portrait of married field volcanologists that explores both the mystery of volcanoes and the human heart.
The actress initially thought she was auditioning to be a Bond Girl before learning she was up for the role of Eve Moneypenny.
Lowell Ganz feared making a second movie about the female baseball players from “A League of Their Own” because “we had nothing else to say” about them.