Two men, at opposite ends of the social spectrum, find themselves starting new lives in the same, small town and form an unlikely friendship.
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While the BAFTAs are a crucial marker in the Oscar race, Sunday night’s results were less predictive than usual.
The British Film Academy honored the best movies of the year on Sunday night, with “Nomadland” dominating the evening.
As “Voyagers” fails to land, theaters could use a stronger second act after the encouraging Easter weekend.
Neuralink’s Max Hodak said “15 years of breeding and engineering” could bring “super exotic novel species” on the level of Steven Spielberg’s movie.
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Carey Mulligan and the “Saturday Night Live” crew poked fun at prestige period dramas featuring lesbian relationships.
Cruise has apparently been having too much fun doing death-defying stunts on movies like the “Mission: Impossible” series.
As “Bonfire” Annie Carbey, Rochelle Neil embraces all the grandiose possibilities of the Victorian-era fantasy.
Overwhelmingly, the winner of the DGA award tends to win both directing and Best Picture Oscars.
Lesli Linka Glatter won her second DGA Award for Showtime’s outgoing drama series, while Scott Frank and Susanna Fogel built momentum for the Emmys.
“The Mandalorian,” “Ozark,” and “The Queen’s Gambit” were among the top TV winners.
The 73rd annual Directors Guild of America Awards honored the best directing in film and TV on Saturday night.