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‘Big Thunder Mountain’ Movie in the Works from Disney and ‘Hawkeye’ Duo Bert & Bertie

The theme park attraction takes place in a mining town amid the gold rush of the 1800s.

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‘Big Thunder Mountain’ Movie in the Works from Disney and ‘Hawkeye’ Duo Bert & Bertie

Hawkeye directors Bert & Bertie are staying in the Disney family. The duo, who helmed three episodes of the Marvel/Disney+ series, have signed on to direct a feature for Disney based on the theme park attraction Big Thunder Mountain. Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap Entertainment and Ridley Scott’s Scott Free will produce, with Bert & Bertie directing […]

Zoe Kravitz on Her Reaction to Will Smith’s Oscars Slap: “I Wish I Had Handled That Differently”

Zoë Kravitz is reflecting on her messages that followed Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscars ceremony, saying she wishes she had “handled that differently.” During an interview with WSJ. Magazine that published online Tuesday, the actress addressed her Instagram posts that seemingly referenced Smith confronting Rock onstage at the March 27 event […]

‘Hunger Games’ Prequel ‘The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’ Promises “New Version” of Panem and Games

When audiences settle in for The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, they should be ready to enter a different version of the annual Hunger Games. In a first look at the upcoming Hunger Games prequel for Vanity Fair, the movie’s director Francis Lawrence and producer Nina Jacobson tease how they plan to bring Suzanne Collins’ […]

New Sarajevo Film Festival Director Jovan Marjanovic on Supporting Ukraine Without Banning Russian Films

New Sarajevo Film Festival director Jovan Marjanović is promising “a vintage edition” for the 28th SFF. “We had a great opening film — Triangle of Sadness by Ruben Östlund — and we have a great closing film — May Labour Day by the Bosnian director Pjer Žalica, who’s one of the most beloved local filmmakers […]

Robert De Niro, Barry Levinson Team for Warner Bros. Gangster Drama ‘Wise Guys’ (Exclusive)

Warners’ first original feature of the Warner Bros. Discovery era is here … and it’s a period mobster drama fronted by two Hollywood veterans. Returning to the genre that made him a household name, Robert De Niro will star in Wise Guys, a feature intended for theatrical distribution that will be directed by Barry Levinson, […]

Wolfgang Petersen, German Commander of ‘Das Boot,’ Dies at 81

Wolfgang Petersen, the German writer-director who surfaced in Hollywood following the triumph of his submarine masterpiece 'Das Boot' to make the action blockbusters 'In the Line of Fire,' 'Air Force One' and 'The Perfect Storm,' has died. He was xx.

Academy’s SciTech Awards Move to February (Exclusive)

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has moved its Scientific and Technical Awards presentation back to Oscar season in early 2023, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The SciTech Awards will be held on Friday, Feb. 24, at a new venue, the Fairmont Century Plaza. Earlier, this year’s SciTech Awards presentation had been scheduled […]

‘West Side Story,’ ‘In the Heights,’ Encanto’ Among 2022 Imagen Awards Nominees

West Side Story, Encanto and In the Heights are among the nominations for the 37th annual Imagen Awards, which recognize work by Latino talent, new faces and seasoned creatives. “After two years of streaming celebrations, we are ecstatic to be back in person and to honor those who made significant contributions to the television, film […]

Maria Schrader’s ‘She Said,’  Chinonye Chukwu’s ‘Till’ to World Premiere at New York Film Festival

The New York Film Festival has unveiled its Spotlight section lineup, including the world premiere for Maria Schrader’s She Said, which is based on the landmark 2017 investigation that brought to light movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s pattern of serial sexual misconduct. The Universal film is based on Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey’s best-selling She Said: […]

Oscars: New Academy CEO Signals Return of All Categories to Live Show

A year after eight Academy Award statuettes were controversially presented prior to the live Oscars telecast in an effort to shorten the length of the show, which ultimately failed, it looks increasingly likely that all 23 categories will again be treated equally moving forward. Bill Kramer, the Academy’s new CEO, signaled as much in an […]

Musician Eric Nam to Star in Psychological Thriller From Significant Productions, Endeavor Content and AUM Group (Exclusive)

Singer-songwriter Eric Nam will make his acting debut in Transplant, the new feature from Forest Whitaker and Nina Yang Bongiovi’s Significant Productions (Fruitvale Station, Sorry to Bother You). Nam, an Atlanta native who built a successful career in the Korean entertainment industry as a solo artist and host before returning stateside in recent years, stars […]

Film Independent’s Global Media Makers Program Unveils L.A. Residency Shorts

Spirit Award organizer Film Independent has released three short films directed by South Asian filmmakers that took part in its Global Media Makers Los Angeles Residency. The three shorts include Anup Poudel’s Birds in LA, where the filmmaker from Nepal portrays a paper swan meeting others of different colors and sizes and embracing friendship and […]