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IFC Films Head Arianna Bocco Exits

The executive had been with the company since 2006.

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‘Fantastic Four’ Movie Gets New Writer With ‘Avatar 2’ Scribe Josh Friedman (Exclusive)

Marvel’s first family is getting a rewrite. Josh Friedman, who worked on Avatar: The Way of Water and developed Snowpiercer as a TNT television series, has been tapped to write the script for Marvel Studios’ Fantastic Four. Matt Shakman, who was the key director behind Marvel series WandaVision, is on board to helm the feature […]

Notorious German Director Uwe Boll’s ‘First Shift’ Faces Claim Over Unfair Labor Practices

Uwe Boll, it seems, is back. The notorious German director of Rampage, Postal and Far Cry has wrapped production on his new film, First Shift, a New York cop drama set over an intense 12-hour shift of a veteran NYPD officer and his rookie partner. It is Boll’s first U.S. film in five years, since […]

‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’ Filmmakers Talk the ‘Freaks and Geeks’ Reunion and That A-List Cameo

[This story contains spoilers for Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves.] If 2023 is any indication, Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves filmmakers Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley have leveled up.  The writing-and-directing duo’s fantasy adventure film, which is based on the beloved tabletop role-playing game, has been met with rave reviews from critics […]

‘Prisoner in His Palace,’ Film About Saddam Hussein’s Final Days, Set by ‘Chernobyl’ Director Johan Renck, Fremantle

From nuclear fallout to the fall of a dictator. Johan Renck, the Swedish director who won an Emmy for his work on hit miniseries Chernobyl, is to turn his attention to the final days of Saddam Hussein for the feature film The Prisoner in His Palace. Based on Will Bardenwerper’s best-selling book, The Prisoner in […]

Box Office: ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Starts Off With Strong $5.6M in Previews

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves has taken its first turn at the box office. The new Paramount and eOne movie grossed a strong $5.6 million in previews this week, including $4.1 million in Thursday evening shows and the rest from special screenings earlier in the week. The adventure epic expands into a total of […]

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ Will Have World Premiere in Cannes

Martin Scorsese’s hotly anticipated new feature, Killers of the Flower Moon, will have its world premiere at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, organizers confirmed Friday. The Apple Originals movie, an epic about the serial murders of the members of the oil-wealthy Osage Nation in 1920s Oklahoma, stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Lily Gladstone, Jesse […]

‘Murder Mystery 2’ Review: Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston in Netflix Sequel That Leaves No Room for Laughs

The two stars return to solve another case in the streamer's follow-up to 2019's hugely popular comic thriller.

Florence Pugh Says She “Most Definitely Abused” Herself for Her ‘Midsommar’ Role

Florence Pugh got candid about the lengths she went to in order to create her Midsommar character, Dani. In a recent appearance on the Off Menu podcast with Ed Gamble and James Acaster, the actress said that every day on set was different. “Each day the content would be getting more weird and harder to […]

‘Kill Boksoon’ Filmmaker Talks Netflix Action Thriller With Shades of Female ‘John Wick’

Director Byun Sung-hyun was baffled when he first learned that his feature film Kill Boksoon would be invited to the Berlin International Film Festival last month.  “I didn’t expect it at all,” he said at a press conference for Kill Boksoon held in Seoul earlier this month. “I thought Kill Bok-soon was not the type […]

Netflix Film Execs Lisa Nishimura and Ian Bricke Depart Amid Restructuring

In a surprising move, Netflix has parted ways with two longtime film executives, with Lisa Nishimura and Ian Bricke departing the streaming service. Nishimura, who served as vp independent film and documentary features, handled an array of projects budgeted at $40 million or below, including the Oscar-nominated doc Crip Camp and the western Power of […]

‘Enys Men’ Review: A Woman’s Mind Unravels in Mark Jenkin’s Hypnotic Folk Horror

Following a single living character on an island off Cornwall, the poetic drama toys with time and memory.

Bill Pohlad’s ‘Dreamin’ Wild’ Music Biopic Lands at Roadside Attractions 

Roadside Attractions has picked up the North American rights to Dreamin’ Wild, the Casey Affleck and Zooey Deschanel-starring music biopic that debuted in Venice. Bill Pohlad directed the film that is set to hit theaters Aug. 4. Roadside released Pohlad’s 2014 feature Love & Mercy, a portrait of Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys that marked his feature directorial […]