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Netflix has released the new trailer for director Charlie Kaufman’s next mind-bender, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, set to arrive September 4th. The film stars Jessie Buckley as Cindy, who, despite...

From a pop star’s socially-distant cooking show to a stripper saga originally told to Rolling Stone — your week in movie trailers. ...

Maybe we should start with that subtitle: “America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine.” [Clears throat at the volume of a jet engine] Scott Crawford’s documentary on the estimable, invaluable...

Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter chat about their bond as Bill and Ted — and seeing the movie recreated with a new generation — in a new behind-the-scenes featurette for Bill and Ted Face the Music. The...

Robin Williams’ final days — and the neurological disease the comic legend was battling — are explored in the upcoming documentary Robin’s Wish. In the trailer for the film, filled with behind-the-scenes...

There’s an indisputable emotional force at the core of this story about an estranged father (Liam Neeson) and son (Micheál Richardson) who travel together to Tuscany to sell a house that neither...

“Critics are the worst kind of humans,” says Jemaine Clement in the role of David Kirkpatrick, a horndog college professor trying to comfort Kate Conklin (Gillian Jacobs), a former student whose...

UPDATE (8/6): Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Janelle Monáe’s time-travel thriller Antebellum is coming to on-demand on September 18th. “While the theatrical experience will always be the heart...

Not even a name-heavy cast and an award-winning Colombian director can prop up this adaptation of author J.M Coetze’s anti-imperialist fable ...

Justice Smith made his first foray into voice acting with Phreaks, an Audible original series that dropped on August 4th. The 10-part scripted original also stars Golden Globe winner Christian Slater,...

Folklorists will tell you that la llorona is a ghostly figure said to be a crying mother doomed to grieve for her drowned, dead offspring in perpetuity, and it takes a while to figure out how the Latin...

Before it hits a bump in the plot that throws it out of whack, An American Pickle rides high on a double dose of Seth Rogen, with the brash comedian plays dual roles separated by a century. The first...

Coronavirus may have stopped Disney’s live-action Mulan reboot from premiering in theaters, but the company is hell-bent on giving it a 2020 release date – even if it has to go straight to streaming....

There is nothing Disneyfied about this frankly intimate documentary on the late Howard Ashman, the brilliant lyricist behind such animated Mouse House musicals as The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the...

Former White House photographer Pete Souza recounts his professional journey and political awakening in the new trailer for The Way I See It, which is set to arrive in theaters this September. Souza...

Steve McQueen’s new film, Lovers Rock, will have its world premiere when it opens the 58th New York Film Festival, which is still set to take place this fall with various COVID-19 safety precautions...

Singer, actress and dancer Sabrina Carpenter spoke with Rolling Stone‘s The First Time about her new film Work It, which arrives August 7th on streaming platforms. In the movie, Carpenter portrays...

This review originally ran in January as part of our Sundance Film Festival 2020 coverage. Even if you’ve seen the footage before, in L.A. punk docs and VH-1 specials, it’s still thrilling to watch:...

Wilford Brimley, the unlikely character actor who brought both curmudgeonry and geniality to films like Cocoon, The China Syndrome, The Natural and Tender Mercies, has died at the age of 85. Brimley’s...

Formed in 1920, the American Civil Liberties Union, a.k.a. the ACLU, had been defending the rights of the tired, the poor, the huddled masses yearning to breathe free for nearly a century when Donald...