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A selection of the latest movie news and blog posts.
British stars unveil alternative Bafta list in film diversity row Actors and directors speak out over awards omissions and highlight ‘invisible talent’ that deserves a place on the red carpet.
The Grudge review – workmanlike reboot of the horror franchise Despite new blood in writer-director Nicolas Pesce, it’s ghostly goings-on as usual for vengeful spirit Kayako.
Charmed Season 2 Episode 10 Recap As SafeSpace celebrates Jordan's birthday, Maggie resolves to protect him from the curse. Ray and Mel set up his buyers, and Abigael comes to Harry after she is poisoned in Charmed Season 2 Episode 10.
CS Interview: Richard Stanley on His Passion Project Color Out of Space To celebrate the release of his passion project Color Out of Space, ComingSoon.net got the chance to talk with writer / director Richard Stanley on bringing the acclaimed H.P. Lovecraft short story to life.
Student short film competition part of SBIFF closing - Santa Barbara's best and brightest aspiring film-makers brought their best to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Saturday local high school and college students showed off their creations at the Arlington Theatre during the 10-10-10 competition.
Uncle Frank’ Review: Paul Bettany Rises Above Mawkish ’70s Dramedy From Alan Ball Played by "Sharp Objects" breakout Sophia Lillis, Beth has always looked up to her uncle Frank. He couldn't be more different from the rest of their ultra-conservative South Carolina family, or from any of the adults Beth knows in the small town where she's lived all her life.
'Uncle Frank': Film Review Set in the early '70s, it casts the reliably deft Paul Bettany as a gay man forced to confront the Southern family to whom he's stayed closeted - though they've managed to communicate tacit disapproval of his being "different" anyhow.
4 Lessons from the DGA Symposium with Bong Joon Ho, Sam Mendes, Quentin Tarantino, and More Per usual, moderator Jeremy Kagan quizzed the filmmakers on their process. The directors turned out to have much in common, from directing children, recreating the past, and dealing with violence, to drawing storyboards and relying on VFX. Here are the most compelling things I learned from this two-hour and 43-minute interview.
On the Record: the music industry #MeToo doc that caused Oprah to turn away A powerful new film alleging sexual abuse by music mogul Russell Simmons has lost the support of Oprah Winfrey and Apple – but why?
Best Netflix movies: January 2020 The second Incredibles film might not hit the same star status that the original hits, but following the family through their new life as re-instated heroes is as adorable this time around as it was before thanks to Mr. Incredible's role as a stay-at-home dad.
Anything goes: Hygienic Art brings art, music and film to downtown New London The annual show allows artists to bring one piece of art to display with "no judge, no jury, no fees and no censorship." Those seeking a prominent location lined up early on Saturday. Hundreds of pieces are expected to be on display. Anything goes at the show and the Hygienic by 11 a.m.
On the Record’ Review: Russell Simmons Sexual Harassment Story Celebrates Victims Who Speak Up Reports suggest the talk show host had doubts on some of the movie's allegations, possibly as a result of pressure from Simmons himself. Was it worth the extra noise? That answer comes in part by separating the ambiguity of Winfrey's decision from the actual source.
Lee Byung Hun's Film "The Man Standing Next" Surpasses 2 Million Moviegoers At Impressive Speed Lee Byung Hun's new film "The Man Standing Next" is proving to be a box office hit! In the wee hours of January 26 KST, "The Man Standing Next" officially surpassed 2 million moviegoers at the box office.
CS Scene of the Week: Holly & Ralph Meet in The Outsider For our latest installment, HBO's adaptation of Stephen King's The Outsider is in full swing, unspooling a frightening and intriguing mystery that only gets more interesting with each episode.
The New Mutants Gets a Creepy New Poster Check out Magik, Wolfsbane, and the rest of the team as their inner selves are revealed. After having been pushed back from its original release date of April 2018, Josh Boone's The New Mutants will finally hit theaters on April 3, 2020.
Elisabeth Moss radiates class while attending the Sundance for her new film Shirley She broke out on the award-winning television series Mad Men, and won both an Emmy and Golden Globe for her lead role on the searing Hulu show The Handmaid's Tale.
The 40-Year-Old Version’ Review: Radha Blank’s Personal Riff on Black Storytelling Is a Crowdpleaser With Purpose The essence of "The 40-Year-Old Version" comes early, when Radha Blank, playing a fictionalized version of herself, sobs in the corner of her apartment. A soggy rib dangles from one hand as her large frame melts into her chair.
Sam Mendes' personal war film 1917 nominated for nine Baftas Sir Sam Mendes' World War One epic 1917 has been met with critical acclaim and has been nominated for a string of Baftas. The film follows the journey of two young soldiers, played by Dean-Charles Chapman and George MacKay, who venture across enemy lines to deliver a message that could save hundreds of lives.
Family fury as film turns daring reporter Gareth Jones into accidental cannibal He flew across Germany with Hitler, uncovered the horrors of the Soviet famine and was killed by Chinese bandits in Mongolia, but Gareth Jones's life was still not deemed eventful enough for Hollywood.
Tom Anderson's Cinema Holdings flips shares in suspended Datalex Cinema mogul Tom Anderson has cashed in more than half his stake in Datalex, exactly a week after buying a large slice of equity in the troubled travel software company. Anderson's Cinema Holdings sold more than 2.4m shares on Wednesday, bringing his holding down from 5.35% to 2.14%.
'Ironbark' Review: Benedict Cumberbatch Shines in This True Life Spy Drama Cumberbatch stars in a spy thriller that feels like a cousin to Spielberg's Bridge of Spies. Read our Ironbark review from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.
Wander Darkly’ Review: Sienna Miller Grounds an Unwieldy Dark Spin on ‘Eternal Sunshine’ Sundance: Tara Miele’s trauma drama pulls from an ambitious well of inspiration, but its star is the film’s best weapon against an overstuffed plot.
Carey Mulligan Suggests Oscar Voters Need to Prove They’ve Seen the Movies "I don't think you can watch those films and not think they deserve recognition," Mulligan said. "I think they need to be watched. I wonder if the system works in terms of getting sent 100 screeners. Maybe you shouldn't be allowed to vote unless you can prove you've seen every single one.
You Won't Believe How Many Nicholas Sparks Books Have Become Movies The first of Sparks' novels to become movies came in 1999 with the release of Message in a Bottle In the film starring Robin Wright and Oscar-winners Kevin Costner and Paul Newman, a woman finds a love letter in a bottle while on the beach and tracks down the owner.
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