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Craig Zobel’s fun but uneven satire combines the droll self-satisfaction of a New Yorker cartoon with the wet gore of an Eli Roth movie.
After nearly a decade of fraught production news and release date moves, this colorful, feel-good family film packs (some) real charms.
Ashley Avis’ Disney+ adaptation of the classic story pulls at the heartstrings, but its episodic feel keeps it from galloping along with ease.
The Scott Frank-created limited series was reportedly watched by 62 million households over its first 28 days.
Pitt and Fincher have worked on three movies together and these days get together regularly for movie night.
Armed with a “radical” idea for a rom-com and inspired co-writer Mary Holland, the filmmaker tells IndieWire how she made the kind of movie she’s always wanted to see.
“I just feel like that was Rey’s perfect ending,” the actress says.
The indie producer, distributor, and marketer has an optimistic view about the fate of theaters once a vaccine becomes widely available.
All proceeds from the reading of the Coen Brothers classic, taking place Wednesday, November 25, will benefit Covenant House.
The weekend before Thanksgiving is one of the most coveted release dates, but in 2020 the gross won’t even cross $7 million.
The 81-year-old “Monty Python” icon sent out a flurry of tweets in defense of J.K. Rowling’s well-known anti-trans position.
Fans are divided over the return of Carano, who has made her conservative viewpoints known on social media.
A planned fourth and final season of Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch’s Netflix series was canceled in October.