Batman has not been seen for ten years. A new breed of criminal ravages Gotham City, forcing 55-year-old Bruce Wayne back into the cape and cowl. But, does he still have what it takes to fight crime in a new era?
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The two standouts are “The Duel,” a Kurosawa homage about a wandering samurai, and “The Ninth Jedi,” about the return of the Jedi Knights and a very special lightsaber.
New York City’s “007xSPYSCAPE: The James Bond Immersive Exhibition” will submerge you in the universe of the world’s greatest international spy.
In the coming days, Van Peebles’ work will be the subject of a NYFF anniversary screening, a Criterion Collection boxset, and more.
“Peacemaker is almost every guy I grew up with in Missouri,” Gunn said during the TCA panel for HBO Max’s upcoming series.
Directed by Jeremy Podeswa and Hiro Murai, the adaptation of Emily St. John Mandel’s novel finished filming two episodes before the show’s premise became eerily prescient.
The festival returns in-person in Hollywood next month with the West Coast premieres of GKids’ “Belle” and Neon’s “Flee.”
“Britney vs Spears” will examine the controversial conservatorship that has become a major topic in entertainment news recently.
It’s about to get Shakespearean up in here.
“The Society” star Kristine Froseth steals the show in a movie that splits the difference between “Center Stage” and “Suspiria.”
“I can’t and won’t ask female cast/crew to forgo civil liberties to film there,” Simon said.”
Depp spoke out on cancel culture while at the San Sebastian Film Festival: “It’s so far out of hand now.”
“There’s no algorithm here”: Curia aims to bring human touch back to at-home viewing with curated collections of films that change monthly.