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Adults would rather see “Sully” than “Snowden,” “Bridget Jones’s Baby” did better overseas, and Lionsgate whiffed with “Blair Witch.”
The selection is overwhelming at the Toronto International Film Festival, but more people are seeing fewer movies.
“So many people, because of this ruling this week, will not only not be able to pursue their dreams, but actually lose their lives and be unsafe,” Hawke said.
In the six-episode series, Baymax helps people with physical ailments while also getting them over emotional hurdles.
“Technically, if they ever show ‘Pink Flamingos,’ Bob Shaye, the head of New Line, and I can go to prison,” Waters said.
July has the goods to not only be the biggest box office month since 2019, but also the closest “normal” month since COVID began.
Ana de Armas stars as Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik’s “Blonde.”
Production designer Hannah Purdy Foggin and head prop maker Martin Butterworth tell IndieWire about bringing verisimilitude to a world of washing machine robots and flying cuckoo clocks.
Dancer Wendy Chinchilla Araya plays an intellectually stunted faith healer in search of her own salvation in Nathalie Álvarez Mesén’s debut.
Diaz’s first role since 2014 will be co-written and directed by Seth Gordon of “Horrible Bosses” fame.
“Palm Springs” writer Andy Siara and “Angelyne” showrunner Allison Miller head up the Peacock series, out July 29.
Screenwriter Stuart Beattie was “devastated” the trilogy got the ax as Lucasfilm pivoted to Disney+ shows.
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Exclusive: Anita Rocha da Silveira (“Kill Me Please”) directs the Brazilian thriller, in theaters July 29.