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It's actually "a goddamn Bruce Willis movie." [Read More]
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Plus, Moira Walley-Beckett spoke to IndieWire about how adding people of color was always her master plan. [Read More]
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Sacha Baron Cohen, the controversial comedian behind Borat, is back to ask "Who Is America?" — but the answers are bangs and whimpers. [Read More]
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The battle of the brothels continues its exploration of the dark and distasteful state of women's oppression. [Read More]
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She's been a regular guest on the show since 2012. [Read More]
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It begins just before the release of Luca Guadagnino's remake. [Read More]
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It's not that hard to imagine him as an axe murderer, after all. [Read More]
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A note to projectionists revealed the unexpected twist. [Read More]
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Michael Stuhlbarg says the dream project may actually happen. [Read More]
Why the MPAA gave Bo Burnham's film an "R" and kept 13-Year-Olds from seeing a movie about themselves. [Read More]
Turn It On Podcast: The "Somebody Feed Phil" host says now's the time to travel, or even just explore new neighborhoods in your own city. [Read More]
Best known as alluring ex-boyfriend Daniel on Issa Rae's lauded HBO comedy series "Insecure," actor Y'lan Noel's relatively slim resume — the NYU theatre alum... [Read More]
and initial statement about - the project cited fierce backlash. [Read More]
Today is a rare day in Hollywood: We have two major stars, Dwayne Johnson and Joaquin Phoenix, releasing films in which they play disabled characters.... [Read More]
Having long since conquered the box office — and our hearts — Dwayne Johnson (née The Rock) is back to scale a very tall building... [Read More]
Screen Talk Emmy Edition: IndieWire TV critic Ben Travers joins Anne Thompson and Michael Schneider to applaud & sneer at this year's picks. [Read More]
"Won't You Be My Neighbor" and "RBG" are summer success stories, but the rest of the specialized market is quietly falling apart. [Read More]
Johansson was going to play Dante "Tex" Gill in director Rupert Sanders' crime drama. [Read More]
Even before a historic same-sex marriage proposal and kiss, Steven Universe's queerness had been a key part of this Cartoon Network series. [Read More]
Weinstein spoke about abusing his power in a new interview with The Spectator magazine. [Read More]
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