Jason Schwartzman
"Support the Girls" director Andrew Bujalski returns with a pandemic-era comedy that was shot without any of its actors being together.
Rachel Zegler, Tom Blyth, Viola Davis, Peter Dinklage, and Hunter Schafer star in the prequel movie, directed by Francis Lawrence.
Schwartzman is among the 240 new characters featured in the Spidey sequel alongside Oscar Isaac and Issa Rae.
Wes Anderson has never made a bad movie, but that only makes it more fun to argue about which of them is his best (hint: not "Rushmore").
The creator of "Despicable Me" tries to redeem himself with a beautiful throwback to the glory days of hand-drawn animation.
The frequent Anderson collaborator doesn't star in this one, instead he helped script the stop-motion animated feature through the lens of some of his own movie obsessions.
Perry explains why "Golden Exits" is an experiment and significant departure from his usual style of filmmaking.
The film also co-stars Jason Schwartzman, Lily Rabe and Chloë Sevigny.
The “Late Late Show” host makes someone’s dream come true at a local coffee shop.
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