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Venice: 25 Films That Could Be Heading to the Film Festival’s 80th Anniversary Edition

The Venice Film Festival won’t be unveiling its full 2023 lineup until next month at the earliest, but producers, studios and streamers are already prepping the projects they hope to be premiering on the Lido this year for the festival’s 80th-anniversary edition, which will be running Aug. 30-Sept. 9. Venice will be expected to bring […]

‘Ayenda,’ Doc About Afghan Women’s Soccer Team’s Daring Escape From Taliban, Gets Trailer Ahead of Tribeca Premiere (Exclusive)

The trailer for Ayenda, the upcoming documentary short from MSNBC Films and Time Studios about the Under-18 Afghan National Women’s Football Team, has been released a day before its world premiere at the Tribeca Festival on Saturday, June 10. The film — from director Marie Margolius, who produced alongside Connor Schell, and with a list of […]

Shanghai Film Festival: 5 Movies Not to Miss

The Shanghai International Film Festival, China’s most prestigious movie industry event, kicks off its 30th-anniversary edition Friday night. It will be the first version of the festival that’s easily accessible to the global film community since 2019, after the past three editions were either canceled or rendered difficult to attend by strict COVID-19 travel restrictions at the […]

‘Transition’ Review: Portrait of a Trans Man Embedded With the Taliban Compels But Lacks Context

In this Tribeca premiere, documentarian Jordan Bryon chronicles the dangers of embedding with a Taliban unit while undergoing his gender transition.

‘Downtown Owl’ Review: Lily Rabe Is the Radiant Hot-Mess Center of an Affecting Small-Town Tragicomedy

Offscreen partners Lily Rabe and Hamish Linklater share directing duties on an adaptation of Chuck Klosterman’s North Dakota-set novel.

‘Reacher’ Star Alan Ritchson, Adam Shankman Team for Amazon’s ‘The Man with the Bag’

Christmas has come early for Alan Ritchson. The star of Reacher is set to star in The Man with the Bag, a holiday family comedy that Adam Shankman will direct for Amazon Studios. Allan Rice (Stuck in the Middle) wrote the script for the feature project that is in development. Man with the Bag’s plot […]

Ryan Reynolds and Kenneth Branagh to Star in Skydance, Apple Feature ‘Mayday’

Ryan Reynolds and Kenneth Branagh are teaming up for Mayday, a feature that hails from Apple Original Films and Skydance. Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley penned the script before the writers strike and will produce and direct the project. The duo most recently helmed Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves for Paramount, and are […]

Noreen Nash, Actress in ‘Giant’ and ‘The Southerner,’ Dies at 99

Noreen Nash, a starlet of the 1940s and ’50s who appeared in such notable films as The Southerner, Giant and The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold, has died. She was 99. Nash died Tuesday of natural causes at her home in Beverly Hills, her oldest son, Lee Siegel Jr., told The Hollywood […]

Box Office: ‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny’ Tracking for $60M-$70M Debut

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny hopes to set off early Fourth of July fireworks at the domestic box office. Disney and Lucasfilm’s long-awaited next installment in the action-adventure franchise is pacing to open to $60 million to $70 million over the June 30-June 2 weekend, according to early tracking. That’s on par with […]

Donald Glover, Jason Momoa and More Reach Out to Future Generation About Climate Concerns in ‘Common Ground’ Documentary Clip

Donald Glover, Jason Momoa, Laura Dern, Woody Harrelson, Ian Somerhalder and Rosario Dawson pen letters to a future generation about climate concerns in the above clip from the documentary Common Ground, which The Hollywood Reporter is debuting exclusively. The film, written, directed and produced by Kiss the Ground helmers Josh and Rebecca Tickell and premiering […]

Emma Stone Reveals More of Her Frankenstein in Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘Poor Things’ Trailer

Emma Stone returns to life and ultimately finds freedom and purpose as a female Frankenstein in the latest trailer for Yorgos Lanthimos’ Poor Things monster tale, which Searchlight Pictures released on Thursday. The surreal teaser has Stone playing Bella Baxter, who is brought back to life by a brilliant and unorthodox scientist played by Willem […]

‘Red Rooms’ Thriller to Open Fantasia Film Fest  

The Fantasia Film Festival is set to open its 27th edition with Pascal Plante’s Red Rooms, a French-language thriller about a woman’s obsession with a high-profile serial killer case.   The genre pic, which stars Maxwell McCabe-Lokos and Juliette Gariépy, will get a North American premiere in Montreal after bowing in competition in Karlovy Vary. […]

Pete Docter: “I Don’t Think of Pixar as Making Children’s Programming”

As he prepares for the release of Pixar’s 27th film, Elemental, on June 16 — and hopes to turn the page on recent box office disappointments — chief creative officer Pete Docter looks back on his early influences and muses at the varying reactions of Pixar’s younger and older fans: “Kids and adults respond to […]

Annecy Animation Film Fest Reacts to Knife Attack Just Days Before 2023 Edition Opens

A knife attack on Thursday shocked the French Alpine town of Annecy just days before the annual Annecy International Animation Film Festival is set to kick off on Sunday. An attacker with a knife stabbed several young children and at least one adult, leaving some with life-threatening injuries, authorities said. The motive and identity of […]

Syrian Refugee Sara Mardini on Her Long Swim to Freedom, Netflix’s ‘The Swimmers’ and Her Trial

“Many imagine the Mediterranean as water, sea, and nature,” says Sara Mardini. “But for me, and for many others, it’s a graveyard. It’s literally a death sentence.” Mardini narrows her dark eyes and smiles. The 27-year-old knows what she’s talking about. Seven years ago, she and her sister Yusra, both fleeing war-torn Syria, found themselves […]

Tribeca Festival Sets “De Niro Con” Event Celebrating Co-Founder’s 80th Birthday

The Tribeca Festival is going all out for co-founder Robert De Niro’s 80th birthday, setting a three-day celebration, dubbed “De Niro Con,” this fall. The fan event, taking place from Sept. 29-Oct. 1, technically a little over a month after De Niro’s actual birthday on Aug. 17, will feature film screenings, panel conversations, musical performances, […]