An older housewife discovers she has a knack for solving puzzles.
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Six years after “Blue is the Warmest Colour” generated controversy at the festival, the filmmaker is under fire for “Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo.”
The “Blue Is the Warmest Color” director trolls Cannes with a four-hour lap dance of a movie that mostly consists of butt close-ups.
Costume designer Jenny Eagan got to play make-believe dress up on “Maniac” and then fit the World War II military insanity of “Catch-22.”
The actress will reteam with executive producer Paul Feig, playing the same character over an entire season, with each episode covering a new relationship.
Conceptual artist Jill Magid’s provocative documentary mines questions of authorship, national identity, and capitalism’s effect on art.
Editor Anne McCabe explains how the path to the climactic vote on the HBO series meant using every kind of tool to keep the momentum going.
A lively but surface-level biopic about Tommaso Buscetta, the first Sicilian mob boss to become an informant for the authorities.
In a blog post Thursday morning, the review aggregator said that only reviews from verified movie ticket purchases will count towards the final Audience Score.
The dynamic duo tell IndieWire how moving in together off-screen was only the beginning of their incredible real-life bond.
Tarantino talks about the real-life actors who inspired his new film and why Margot Robbie’s Sharon Tate is “an angelic ghost.”
CBS All Access also released an intriguing new poster for the upcoming series.
Voices of Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, and Lake Bell provide plenty of heart, but this franchise entry could have used a little discipline.