High school loner Bird Fitcher has no idea what dark secrets are tied to the mysterious Polaroid vintage camera she stumbles upon, but it doesn’t take long to discover that those who have their picture taken meet a tragic end.
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Widely considered “Britain’s first Black film star,” the Bermuda-born actor made his onscreen debut in 1951’s “Pool of London.”
If it’s true that laughter is the best medicine, consider this list a panacea.
Anthony Ramos, Leslie Odom, Jr., and the “Hamilton” casting directors reveal the process behind casting Black and brown faces as historic white figures.
James Cameron’s “Avatar” sequels and Jane Campion’s Netflix film “The Power of the Dog” had already been allowed into the country to film.
“I got the sense that people put all of these opinions on who she is, and it’s really not that complicated.”
“I could play around and experiment, but the business has changed enormously,” said Kaufman.
Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar discuss what they kept from set, the challenge of making a literal mirrored world, and the difficulty of letting go once filming on the series ended.
Like any great sequel, this second season lives in the edges around the story only hinted at in the opening episodes.
A relative newcomer to comedy, Fanning talks about her irreverent turn in the Hulu series that giddily defiles the conventions of historical fiction.
HBO Max’s first original film is directed by Brandon Trost and based on Simon Rich’s 2013 New Yorker novella.
The critically-acclaimed Korean-language film has paved the way for more discussion about translation of foreign language films in the form of debate about subtitles versus dubbing.
The HBO limited series contains VFX ingenuity large and small, but without ever losing touch with its core humanity.