How do you top a movie that shook Hollywood? The auteur behind ‘Get Out’ has a simple plan: Scare the hell out of you
Highly anticipated documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival about each of these alleged abusers demonstrate how frighteningly, sickeningly similar their strategies were.
Last week, the internet was astir after Jeff Bridges teased mysterious new "Lebowski" material on Twitter. Would he be starring in a sequel? A limited series? A short? As it turns out, nope, the hype was all over an advertisement for Belgian pilsner.
"Birds of Prey" won't be released until 2020, but DC is going to keep us waiting patiently.
"It's hard for me to think that a dude with all those muscles can't tell an agent not to touch his ass," Hughley had said on a radio show in August.
In his latest film, The Mule, 88-year-old Clint Eastwood directs himself having threesomes with women in their 20s. But from Sylvester Stallone to Kevin Costner, he’s not the only actor-director guilty of self-worship
An extremely scientific ranking of some of the best heist-movie heists, graded on finesse and planning, style, stakes, and collateral damage.
Is it just us or is there a lot of weird Ted Bundy romanticization in the media as of late?
This upcoming film follows an avalanche rescue expert in the Canadian Rockies, a lifeguard with the Italian coastguard and a Californian surf legend, among others superhero pooches.
The film also stars Kathy Bates,?Natalie Portman and?Susan Sarandon.
"The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley" is directed by Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney.
The film was shot on location in Malawi and is set to premiere on Netflix later in 2019.
The movie stars Jim Gaffigan as the neighborhood's registered sex offender, Joe Manganiello?as a camo-wearing strongman... and Kid Cudi, who makes an appearance as a tow-truck driver?
There's nothing queasy about cheering on these creators, who are just regular people, nor is there a shadowy corporation lurking in the wings waiting to assume credit.
Moondog (from "The Beach Bum") sounds like it belongs in a CBD store and Baker Dill (from "Serenity") is almost like a "Top Chef" challenge come to life, but this is nothing new for McConaughey, whose IMDb page is so laden with?strange names that there's?a quiz on the internet?asking which one is real.
?Is it a trailer for a new movie or show? Is it just a Super Bowl ad?
It's been eight long years since Joe Cornish's first film, the instant cult classic "Attack the Block," made him one of the hottest directorial talents in movies. Now he's back with a modern spin on the Arthurian legend with "The Kid Who Would Be King." What took him so long?
He's the godfather of American avant-garde cinema, but even that doesn’t do justice to his widespread impact on film culture.
Matthew McConaughey, Snoop Dogg, Isla Fisher, Jonah Hill, Jimmy Buffett and more getting up to wild and wacky stuff? We're in.
Revisiting the year the Oscars ignored Spike Lee’s masterpiece—a career-defining snub this year’s ceremony seems poised to re-litigate, thanks to BlacKkKlansman and Green Book.
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