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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,...

Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani generate big laughs and a sense of genuine connection as a New Orleans couple on the skids who find out what they really mean to each other when a bunch of psychos try...

Spike Lee turns his sights on Vietnam in his next film Da 5 Bloods, premiering June 12th on Netflix. The first trailer, released on Monday, doesn’t disappoint: Set to The Chamber Brothers’ signature...

Jennifer Coolidge, who appeared opposite Fred Willard in the revered mockumentary films Best in Show and A Mighty Wind, remembers the late actor as a “comic genius” with a rare gift for improvisation...

When the sad news came down this weekend that comic great Fred Willard had died, fans all across the internet looked back on some of his greatest roles. Some recalled his hysterical portrayal of KVWN...

To some movie industry forecasters, CGI neon trolls that love to hug and sing are also, quite possibly, harbingers of the end of the modern theater experience. Trolls: World Tour was supposed to be...

Fred Willard, the prolific and beloved comic actor and master of the mockumentary genre who stood out in ensemble comedies like Best in Show, For Your Consideration and This Is Spinal Tap, died Friday...

Lynn Shelton, the director of acclaimed independent films like Humpday and Your Sister’s Sister and episodes of New Girl, G.L.O.W. and Little Fires Everywhere, died Friday at the age of 54. The...

From the rise and fall of Lance Armstrong to the world’s most extreme case of road rage — your week in movie trailers ...

A tale of alien abduction, Proxmity serves as an in-and-out impressive calling card for debuting feature writer and director Eric Demeusy.  His training in animation and visual effects helped Demeusy...

It’s the newly shortened handle that gets you, right? “Scooby-Dooby? Pfft. That’s a child’s name. I’d like to be taken seriously now, thank you, so I prefer ‘Scoob.’ (‘Mr. Doo’ is...