In this David and Goliath story for the 21st century, a group of proud Scottish homeowners take on celebrity tycoon Donald Trump as he buys up one of Scotland’s last wilderness areas to build a golf resort.
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The slick Cold War alien invasion thriller from first-time director Egor Abramenko isn’t groundbreaking, but taps into real-world fears.
In China theaters are open, but the audiences showed limited interest in “1917” and almost none in “Ford v Ferrari.”
Legends do battle with young stars in a race that’s likely to come down to who has the heat during voting. [Updated August 10]
Test screenings proved crucial in editing the story of “Arrival” to ensure it made sense for the audience.
“Olivia has this boring everywoman quality…even though the Queen is the grandest person in the country, she is the woman at the bus stop,” Morgan said.
OK everybody, start to shut up. Classes are back in session September 3.
In development before the Confederate statue furor, Ed Helms stars in the show as a small-town guy trying to deal with the area’s complicated history.
The filmmaker warned Lame ahead of production that “Tenet” might be the most difficult film to edit in movie history.
Hong is one of the most prolific working actors today with over 600 credits to his name.
Co-starring Josh Charles, the series premieres on the streaming platform September 4.
The new program is “designed to meaningfully support women artists creating bold new work in film and media.” Meet the first 11 fellows.
In its final hour, HBO’s reimagining rejects the fairytale endings seen in classic courtroom procedurals, resulting in a better, more resonant series.