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Spike Lee posted a minute-and-a-half video on social media that paired one of the most famous scenes from his film Do the Right Thing with footage of the police killings of George Floyd and Eric Garner. Lee...

“I’m never be a Laurence Olivier,” Clint Eastwood said, back in 1971. “With my physical type and legato personality, I’ll never play certain parts. But I still can do things that have some...

From one family’s daddy issues to a mother’s fight to save her son’s soul — your week in movie trailers ...

Andrew Patterson’s soaringly creative, science-fiction mindbender isn’t limited by its 17-day shooting schedule and a micro budget the filmmaker ponied up himself. What makes it one of the best...

It’s a cool idea: cast Tracee Ellis Ross as a pop superstar very much in the mold of her mother, diva supreme Diana Ross. Just don’t expect an imitation. In her first major musical role, the Golden...

This piece originally ran as part of 2020 Sundance Film Festival coverage. Even if you didn’t know Drew Dixon’s name, you definitely knew the fruits of her labor. The daughter of Washington, D.C.,...

Brute Force (1947)Before he became the Birdman of Alcatraz, Burt Lancaster played a convict who’s fresh out of a long stretch in the hole. He only has three things on his mind: his wife’s operation...

May 26, 2020 9:30AM ET From a Pete Davidson comedy to a Robert Pattinson sci-fi thriller, Disney live-action to D.C. superheroes — what to see in theaters and on streaming this summer Yes,...

Timothy Leary’s longtime partner Joanna Harcourt-Smith recalls one of her early trips with the acid advocate in the first look at Errol Morris’ upcoming documentary on Leary, set to premiere on...

Scott Derrickson will direct a sequel to Jim Henson’s cult classic Labyrinth, Deadline reports. Derrickson, who directed 2016’s Doctor Strange and passed on directing the upcoming sequel earlier...

13 Reasons Why: Final Season The Liberty High senior class must face secrets from their past before they can make it to graduation. Clay Jensen (portrayed by Dylan Minnette) and his group of friends...

While Hollywood productions are still shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the producers of Avatar revealed that the sequel series would start up production again next week in New Zealand. “Our #Avatar sets...

One adjective you don’t hear much anymore is “preposterous,” defined as “contrary to nature, reason or common sense.” Yet the word applies perfectly to Inheritance, a blithering botch job...

“The first album I bought was probably Love, by the Cult,” Simon Pegg says in our latest installment of The First Time video interview series. The screenwriter, actor, and self-professed music...

The Painter and the Thief, Benjamin Ree’s documentary on a curious friendship, starts with a crime. The Czech artist Barbora Kysilkova is exhibiting her work in an Oslo gallery — she’s recently...

John David Washington trains to prevent World War III in the latest trailer for Christopher Nolan’s time-bending thriller, Tenet. The new trailer debuted on online video game Fortnite. The new clip...

In these times of pandemic isolation it’s no crime to look for the film equivalent of comfort food.  Military Wives, though deeply reliant on formula and wrapped in a blanket of bland, fits the...

Charlize Theron is an immortal warrior in The Old Guard trailer; the film drops on Netflix on July 10th. Based on the graphic novel by Greg Rucka, the trailer features Theron recruiting a young solider,...

After two years of clamoring and grassroots lobbying by fans of the DC Extended Universe, the Zack Snyder’s never-before-seen director’s cut of Justice League will premiere on HBO Max in 2021,...

“I do think as you get older, it’s inevitable that you repeat yourself,” says Rob Brydon. “This is the fourth time we’ve been on one of these jaunts.” His dining companion Steve Coogan,...