When a cure is found to treat mutations, lines are drawn amongst the X-Men, led by Professor Charles Xavier, and the Brotherhood, a band of powerful mutants organized under Xavier’s former ally, Magneto.
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Allen says actors denouncing him became the “fashionable thing to do, like everybody suddenly eating kale.”
“Corona is not playing,” Lee says in a new interview. “You fuck around you’re going to get killed. I’m not ready to go.”
“Be Water,” which debuted at Sundance and is set for an ESPN premiere, follows the legendary actor who helped bridge the divide between Eastern and Western cultures.
Hulu’s new feature will allow subscribers to watch the streaming service’s titles together and discuss them in a group chat.
The eight episode show will portray the life of the famed Hollywood actress and inventor.
The independent producer maneuvered inside the massive Silicon Valley company for five years.
Going to a movie theater as a disabled person is a lot tougher than most people realize.
Offering no new information about the late billionaire and convicted sex offender, this mediocre series dishonors survivors of his abuse.
Andrew Patterson’s first feature blends elements of “The X-Files,” ’50s B-movies, classic radio dramas, and much more in this genuinely spooky charmer.
Even in strange times, the non-fiction festival has delivered a robust lineup filled with potential.
“It crushes all the competition,” Tarantino said of David Fincher’s 2010 Facebook drama.