A middle-aged man who has recently lost his wife to cancer indulges in fantasies about a young woman at his work, in the new film from Korean master Im Kwon-taek.
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Mulligan and Fiennes play post-WWII archaeologists in this Netflix drama from director Simon Stone.
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Page’s announcement is as historic as Caitlyn Jenner’s, made all the more remarkable by his queer politics and centering of trans issues.
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The first glimpse arrives on the heels of Warner Bros.’ big announcement that all its 2021 titles will hit HBO Max.
At long last, a disabled woman is portrayed as a character that is confident, ambitious, and desirable.
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Mikkelsen says Johnny Depp “masterfully achieved” the character of Grindelwald.
Shot aboard the Queen Mary 2 in just seven days as it crossed the Atlantic with 2,600 passengers aboard, Soderbergh’s latest needed more time.