The debut documentary from Terrence Malick chronicling the history of the universe.
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The “Pulp Fiction” director doesn’t think Sean Connery added much value to the “Indiana Jones’ franchise.
In her commencement speech, Yeoh praised recent advancements in the film industry but stressed that “inclusion is not a destination, it is a never-ending journey.”
“We stand with her and all the authors, storytellers and creators who bravely express their creativity and opinions,” the company wrote in a statement.
In a new interview, Johnson reveals just how closely he has protected Black Adam over the years.
The Brad Pitt movie dropped 55 percent: With no new big movies to drive audiences, they weren’t excited by the holdovers.
The John Patton Ford film was also heavily influenced by the films of Jacques Audiard.
Oscars vets Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart, Vanessa Kirby, and Laura Dern are vying against a pack of rival newbies.
Holbrook says the upcoming sequel maintains the most beloved stylistic elements of James Mangold’s filmography while adding “this grand scale of Indiana Jones.”
After working on “Good Luck to You, Leo Grande,” Thompson disagrees with Bean’s recent comments that intimacy coordinators “spoil the spontaneity.”
“We feel like deep roots of this show are in the books and in Tolkien,” said co-showrunner Patrick McKay. “And if we didn’t feel that way, we’d all be terrified to sit up here.”
Onur Tukel, who directed Heche opposite Sandra Oh in the 2016 comedy, recalls her intense commitment on set.
The actress questions AMC’s motives for axing the original “Walking Dead” showrunner in a move that she called “an assassination.”