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“Tom & Jerry” earned $13.7 million this weekend while available for free to HBO Max subscribers. For theaters, that’s a mixed blessing at best.
“Deciding to allow this tape to be viewed now publicly in this way has not been easy,” she says of home video footage featured in the HBO doc.
DuVernay was critical of the Hollywood Foreign Press for not having any Black members in the voting body.
Joshua James Richards argues that digital enables lower-budget filmmakers like Chloé Zhao to get movies made.
Cord cutters have plenty of options to tune in to NBC’s upcoming Golden Globes Awards show.
Coppola spoke with “Promising Young Woman” filmmaker Emerald Fennell about her sensibilities as a moviegoer.
Stunning and accessible browser-based media (Web XR) has opened portals into Black ancestry, collective histories, and speculative futures.
Holland stars in the Russos’ PTSD drama “Cherry” and will soon reprise his role as Peter Parker in “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”
The “I Care a Lot” star said she was photoshopped on the poster for “Johnny English.”
The world’s most famous sea sponge gets a tasteful makeover in a new movie that stays true to its franchise’s sweetly demented nature.
With just 87 members, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is a mighty Oscar marketing tool for studios and streamers alike. Neither side wants to break up this cozy partnership.
The festival is optimistic about an in-person event taking place this fall in Colorado.