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‘Le Spectre de Boko Haram’ Wins Rotterdam Festival

Iranian drama 'Endless Borders' takes the IFFR Big Screen honor on the night Jafar Panahi is released from prison.

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Melinda Dillon, Actress in ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’ and ‘A Christmas Story,’ Dies at 83

Melinda Dillon, who received supporting Oscar nominations for her turns in Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Absence of Malice and portrayed the doting mom in the holiday perennial A Christmas Story, died Jan. 9, her family announced. She was 83.  Right out of the gate, Dillon earned a Tony nomination and Theatre World […]

George R. Robertson, Chief Hurst in the ‘Police Academy’ Films, Dies at 89

George R. Robertson, the Canadian actor who portrayed the police chief and later police commissioner Henry Hurst in the first six Police Academy films, has died. He was 89. Robertson died Sunday at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, his family announced. Robertson also showed up in small roles in three films that were nominated […]

‘Knock at the Cabin’ Star Ben Aldridge Talks His Big-Screen Breakout and the Relief of Not Shooting a Tragic Book Moment

For most moviegoers, M. Night Shyamalan’s Knock at the Cabin will serve as their introduction to Ben Aldridge, and what an introduction it is.  The English actor — who’s most known for his TV work including Pennyworth’s Thomas Wayne and Fleabag’s “Arsehole Guy” — also appeared in December’s well-reviewed but underseen Spoiler Alert, so Aldridge has been […]

‘80 For Brady’ Changes Box Office Playbook, Lowers Movie Ticket Prices

In a potentially significant move, the new octogenarian comedy 80 for Brady is rewriting the playbook by offering lower ticket prices. The bold experiment comes at a time when theater owners and Hollywood studios are grappling with how to win back older moviegoers in the wake of the pandemic and the rise of streaming. Paramount […]

J.J. Abrams, Warner Bros. Team for Adaptation of Stephen King Crime Novel ‘Billy Summers’

J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot banner have teamed up with Warner Bros. for the feature adaptation of Stephen King’s 2021 novel Billy Summers. Appian Way will also produce the project, which is being written by Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz. A year ago, Bad Robot was developing the IP as a limited series with […]

6 Burning Questions About DC Studios’ New Slate

Hope. That’s the feeling most fans were left with following the announcement of Warner Bros. Discovery’s slate for the DCU (DC Universe). Following a decade of inner turmoil over what to do with their largest property, creative conflicts, a revolving door of leadership, the studio finally has a clear path forward with James Gunn and […]

‘Gladiator’ Sequel Lands 2024 Release Date

Ridley Scott’s Gladiator sequel has landed a 2024 release date. The action movie will hit theaters Nov. 22, 2024 via Paramount. The project is a follow-up to Scott’s best picture-winning 2000 feature, which followed Maximus Decimus Meridius (Russell Crowe), a former general who is forced into being a common gladiator under the rule of Commodus […]

Reese Witherspoon, Ashton Kutcher on Capturing Rom-Com Chemistry in ‘Your Place or Mine’

Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher, who both have strong resumés of romantic comedy classics, have returned to the genre with Netflix’s Your Place or Mine. The duo star as longtime best friends who live in Los Angeles and New York City, respectively, and decide to swap houses and lives for a week, leading to some […]

Gravitas Ventures Takes North American Rights to ‘The Year Between’

Gravitas Ventures has picked up the North American rights to The Year Between from writer-director Alex Heller. The film will receive a theatrical and VOD release starting March 3. Heller stars in the film, along with J. Smith-Cameron, Wyatt Oleff, Emily Robinson, Kyanna Simone and Steve Buscemi. The feature, which premiered at the Tribeca Film […]

‘The Flash’ Star Kiersey Clemons on James Gunn’s Rave Review, and Response to Ezra Miller Troubles: “Been Hard Watching That”

After months of negative headlines and heated online debate about the release of Warner Bros. The Flash due to title star Ezra Miller’s issues, legal and otherwise, DC Studios co-head James Gunn did his best to silence critics with a mic drop moment during Monday’s DC presentation. “I will say here that Flash is probably […]

How Pamela Anderson and Son Brandon Thomas Lee Handled Rehashing Difficult Personal Moments for ‘Pamela, a Love Story’

Pamela Anderson, along with son and producer Brandon Thomas Lee, shared how they handled putting some of the most difficult parts of the actress, author and activist’s life onscreen during a special post-screening Q&A at the Paris Theater on New York on Wednesday night. In a 20-minute moderated conversation, the Pamela, a love story star […]

James Cameron Recreates ‘Titanic’ Jack and Rose Ending to Test If Jack Could Have Fit on the Door

Amid the 25th anniversary of Titanic, director James Cameron is attempting to settle the longstanding debate once and for all: whether Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jack could’ve fit on that door and survived. In a teaser of his upcoming National Geographic special, Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron, the director conducts a scientific study to assess whether […]