Alexander Payne will write and direct the follow-up to his 1999 comedy at Paramount+.
From dark '90s comedies "Wag the Dog" and "Election" to serious fate-of-our-democracy drama "All the President's Men" to lighter fare like "Long Shot" and "Napoleon Dynamite," these are on-theme films to distract from your doom-scrolling.
On election night 2022, openly political commentators could have a significant impact on our tinderbox of a nation.
Now the host of Netflix's "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction," Letterman also predicts Trump will lose in a big way this week.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris will officially accept the nomination during the event.
Thanks to "Fight Club," "Eyes Wide Shut," "Election," and more, 1999 remains one of the most iconic years for cinema two decades later.
With a film that drops on Election Day, Jackman and director Jason Reitman look back to 1987 to ask questions about our leaders now.
Exclusive: The "American History X" director has released an incendiary call to action.
One year after a shocking 2016 election, several new movies confront that decisive — and, for many, quite painful — moment.
New American indies are illustrating the widespread panic of this year's election season — not only in the U.S. but abroad, as a recent festival in Poland proved.
Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes are back in character, and surprise: Karen (Mullally) has gravitated to a like-minded candidate.
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