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"The Invisible Man" centers around a female abuse victim, so its male writer and director knew a woman's perspective was essential to pulling it off. [Read More]
Villeneuve and his team went to painstaking lengths to ensure "Arrival" made as much scientific and logical sense as possible. [Read More]
No wonder the killer in "Knives Out" is one of the only characters who does not use an Apple product. [Read More]
"You may think you've seen it all but you haven't," producer Jason Blum says amidst criticism the trailer for "The Invisible Man" gives away the... [Read More]
Václav Marhoul's adaptation of the Jerzy Kosinski novel is bound to stir up controversy this spring. [Read More]
Chapek, the head of the Disney Parks division, has been a company veteran for 27 years. [Read More]
Sony and Disney made a new agreement that allows Holland's Spider-Man to appear in another standalone, and one non-standalone, MCU movie. [Read More]
Heaton is aiming to change up the industry's perception of him by starring in auteur-driven projects such as Joanna Hogg's "The Souvenir Part II." [Read More]
From horror favorites Ari Aster and Robert Eggers to Chloé Zhao and Alma Har'el, these are the directors Bong Joon Ho is loving right now. [Read More]
McGowan reacted to Weinstein's conviction by writing, "Today the world is safer because he's not on the streets." [Read More]
South Korea's government has announced a plan to financially support 1,500 households living in semi-basement apartments. [Read More]
"Kevin wanted black superheroes, women superheroes, LGBT superheroes," Ruffalo says. "He changed the whole Marvel universe." [Read More]
The Auschwitz Memorial says the new Amazon drama makes a dangerous and foolish mistake by setting a fictional moment in the real concentration camp. [Read More]
Jóhannsson's music for "Sicario" earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score. [Read More]
Trump took some time during a rally last week to mock Bong Joon Ho's South Korean drama winning the Best Picture Oscar. [Read More]
The "Inception" ending dominated movie headlines in 2010, but "Shutter Island" opened months earlier and had a similar last moment that continues to perplex. [Read More]
Neon only needed four words to tear Trump to shreds. [Read More]
Richard Brody's review of "A Quiet Place" in The New Yorker compared it to the whiteness of "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." [Read More]
"You've done well. Now rest," Scorsese wrote in a letter to the South Korean filmmaker. "But don't rest for too long." [Read More]
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