Four friends on their way to Coachella stop off in Los Angeles to tour true-crime occult sites, only to encounter a mysterious young runaway who puts them on a terrifying path to ultimate horror.
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Coolidge said last year she has yet to be contacted to reprise her role of manicurist Paulette Bonafonté.
The AI-generated “Nothing, Forever” on a never-ending Twitch loop has started to look a little more like “Westworld.”
A group of former contestants are reportedly pursuing legal action over alleged safety violations, negligence, and false pretenses.
Dillon was a two-time Oscar nominee for “Close Encounters” and “Absence of Malice.”
“They just don’t stop writing,” Sandler said of Josh and Benny Safdie.
“There was also this implication about Fred being interested in both, you know, parties…and all that got cut,” Gellar revealed.
“Women Talking” writer-director Sarah Polley continues to build momentum in the race for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar.
“Glass Onion” stands tall in a year full of sequel contenders for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar.
“Insecure,” “P-Valley,” and more shows worth spotlighting.
Brian Cox defended his disgraced “X2: X-Men United” director despite allegations of rape and molestation, calling the filmmaker “extraordinary.”
As is often the case, the Best Original Screenplay Oscar will most likely go to a long overdue filmmaker or the hip new kid(s) on the block.
The Best Original Screenplay race is full of frontrunners for a Best Picture nomination, but there’s still a little room for a smaller film.