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Berlin: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Romola Garai to Lead Gothic Horror ‘Virtue’

HanWay is taking the film — about an 14th century knight who vows to rescue a woman from a haunted forest — to the European Film Market.

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Serena Williams Speaks Out About Will Smith’s Infamous Oscars Slap: “We’re All Human”

Almost one year after the Slap that was heard around the world, Serena Williams opened up about the now-infamous moment that took place shortly before Will Smith won the 2022 Oscar for best actor in King Richard. Ahead of Smith’s win, Chris Rock took to the Academy Awards stage to present the award for best […]

‘Milisuthando’ Review: Poetic Meditations on a Complicated South African History

Filmmaker Milisuthando Bongela reexamines her childhood in apartheid South Africa in a documentary that doubles as a lyrical memoir.

Imprisoned Iranian Director Jafar Panahi Declares Hunger Strike

Jailed Iranian film director Jafar Panahi has begun a hunger strike in Evin prison. The filmmaker’s wife, Tahereh Saeidi, announced the protest action on her Instagram page. In a statement issued from his prison cell and sent to The Hollywood Reporter by the director’s publicist, who translated the message, Panahi recounted his recent imprisonment by […]

‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods’ Scores China Release Date, Continuing Beijing’s Reopening to Hollywood (Exclusive)

Warner Bros. Discovery’s Shazam! Fury of the Gods has locked down a release date in China, sources with knowledge of the decision tell The Hollywood Reporter. The DC superhero sequel will launch in the country March 17, day-and-date with North America. The official announcement from regulators is expected soon. Shazam!’s permission to launch continues China’s recent […]

Daisy Ridley Talks Her Indie ‘Sometimes I Think About Dying,’ Producing and Her ‘Star Wars’ Future

After starring in the galaxy’s biggest movies, Daisy Ridley is now trying the indie scene on for size by way of Rachel Lambert’s Sometimes I Think About Dying. The quirky romantic drama recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and it chronicles the lonely and routine existence of Ridley’s Fran until Dave Merheje’s Robert arrives […]

‘Knock at the Cabin’ Review: M. Night Shyamalan Gets Biblical in Tense but Torturous Apocalyptic Thriller

Jonathan Groff and Ben Aldridge star as a couple whose family vacation is interrupted by prophesiers of imminent doom, led by gentle giant Dave Bautista.

Gael García Bernal Joins Nicole Kidman in Thriller ‘Holland, Michigan’ (Exclusive)

Gael García Bernal is joining Nicole Kidman in the Amazon Prime thriller Holland, Michigan. Mimi Cave is directing the movie, which is described as a “Hitchcock-style thriller involving secrets that lurk beneath a Midwestern town.” Andrew Sodroski is behind the screenplay. Kidman is producing with Per Saari via her Blossom Films banner, which has a […]

Charlie Walker, San Francisco Icon Portrayed by Mike Colter in Biopic, Dies at 89

Charlie Walker, a San Francisco business owner and social justice icon who was portrayed by Mike Colter in the 2022 biopic I’m Charlie Walker, died Thursday in his hometown, it was announced. He was 89. Colter, perhaps best known for his turns as Marvel hero Luke Cage, starred alongside Safiya Fredericks and Dylan Baker in […]

Documentary on U.S. Veterans Psychedelic Drug Use in the Works at Participant

The use of experimental psychedelic drugs by former Navy SEALs and other U.S. special operation veterans to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injuries will get a spotlight in an untitled documentary in the works from Participant, Actual Films and Chicago Media Project. The film, directed by Jon Shenk and Bonni Cohen, will […]

‘Groundhog Day’ Hits 30: Comedy’s Team on “Tense” Shoot, Bill Murray Tapping Into “Dark Side”

When director Harold Ramis and producing partner Trevor Albert stumbled upon the screenplay for Groundhog Day, no one knew it would become a film that viewers would (voluntarily) watch over and over. Having followed National Lampoon’s Vacation with 1986’s underperforming Club Paradise, Ramis wanted his next project to aim outside the box. CAA’s Richard Lovett […]

Prime Video Nabs Peter Farrelly Comedy ‘Ricky Stanicky’

Amazon’s Prime Video has picked up the worldwide rights to Peter Farrelly’s upcoming comedy Ricky Stanicky ahead of a worldwide streaming release. The Dumb and Dumber director’s return to comedy will star Jermaine Fowler, Zac Efron and John Cena and has started production in Melbourne, Australia. Rick Stanicky portrays three friends inventing a character to […]

Zach Cregger, BoulderLight, New Line Team for Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Companion’

Just days after winning a heated auction for the next feature project from Zach Cregger, New Line is quickly reteaming with the filmmaker behind last year’s surprise hit, Barbarian, for another genre project. The Warner Bros. arm has picked up Companion, a sci-fi thriller from Drew Hancock, who wrote the script and who will also […]