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“Kate Plays Christine” director Robert Greene returns with a fascinating and dream-like mosaic about a forgotten American tragedy.
“I went, ‘I’m coming for that. I’m inspired,'” Majors recalled.
Banks also revealed that she once had a pitch for a Catwoman movie, but doesn’t expect it to work with DC Studios’ current direction.
Director Todd Field and cinematographer Florian Hoffmeister tell IndieWire how custom lenses and a digital film emulsion system gave “TÁR” its singular visual style.
“I had to reconcile with, ‘OK, say you do get the job to be the Man of Steel, it’s going to be chipped on your gravestone, are you OK with that?'”
“I hate what I call ‘talking about the story,'” Ford said. “I’d rather create behavior that is the joke of age rather than talk about it.”
Gina Rodriguez stars in ABC’s new comedy “Not Dead Yet” about a woman writing obituaries with help from dead people only she can see.
Jenna Ortega and Melissa Barrera escape a Manhattan apartment building as Ghostface grows closer in a terrifying sneak peek.
How the Ukrainian frontline became the unlikely setting for this portrait of a halfway house for vulnerable children.
WBD executives may have realized that many Discovery+ subscribers won’t want to triple their monthly bill for HBO programming.
“CNN offered me, on their defunct streaming service, a lot of money to do it on there,” Maron said of bringing his Instagram Lives to a talk show platform.
“I’m not going to ever blame anything on the things that I’ve been through in my life,” the “Funny Girl” and “Glee” star said. “But you also can’t ignore those experiences or deny them.”
Joe and Anthony Russo enlisted longtime pal Soderbergh to convince Marvel Studios head Feige to help them get their “dream job” directing 2014’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.”