The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
With their Netflix anthology movie, the directing duo has earned their seventh Oscar nomination for screenwriting.
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With their new Netflix Western anthology "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs," the Coen Brothers bring us six tall tales from the American Frontier and populate them with one unforgettable character after another.
Netflix continues to confound as we read the tea leaves of its first-ever platform release, soon to be followed by anticipated "Roma."
Death becomes the Coens' new Western anthology, and the production and costume design help bring period life to the old frontier.
We calculated the grosses and the Coen Bros. newest film reflects opening figures at a career low. With Netflix as distributor, that's not surprising.
After a brutal TIFF premiere, "Outlaw King" director David Mackenzie went back into the editing room to save the biggest film of his life.
Exclusive: Listen to "Canyon Awake" from the upcoming soundtrack for the Coen Brothers' multi-pronged venture into the American West.
New films from Alice Rohrwacher, the Coen brothers, and Orson Welles highlight one of the best months in Netflix history.
Shooting digital with cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel came from necessity, but paid dividends, letting actors go and pushing colors in post.
"He whinnied when he saw me. And pawed the ground," the actor said after a New York Film Festival screening of the new Coen Brothers film.
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