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‘Mother and Son’ (‘Un petit frère’): Film Review | Cannes 2022

Léonor Serraille's second feature is a sweeping portrait of an Ivorian mother building a life with her two sons in France.

Photographer Julian Ungano on His Vision for The Hollywood Reporter’s Cannes Photo Diary

The mind behind the viral content of 'Dune' out of the Venice International Film Festival photographed stars like Alicia Vikander, Ethan Hawke, Lee Jung-jae and Isabelle Huppert.

‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’: Inside the Rip-Roaring Fan Screening at Star Wars Celebration

The cast and crew of the new Disney+ series received a standing ovation, following the debut of the first two episodes.

Hollywood Flashback: Alec Guinness Struck Gold With ‘Star Wars’ 45 Years Ago

The O.G. Obi-Wan, already an accomplished actor, soared to a new stratosphere — and made bank — when the George Lucas film became a global sensation.

Critic’s Notebook: What Will Get Lost in TV’s Pre-Emmy Onslaught?

With the May 31 eligibility cutoff looming, a glut of television is landing on networks, cablers and streamers — more shows than anyone, particularly TV Academy voters, can feasibly watch, writes THR chief TV critic Daniel Fienberg.

Events of the Week: ‘Star Wars’ Celebration, ‘The Gilded Age’ and More

Inside this week's biggest Hollywood premieres, parties and openings.

TAG Heuer Taps Jacob Elordi as Face of Monaco Watch

The Euphoria actor’s campaign features a new black titanium and gold special edition of the watch in honor of the Formula 1 Grand Prix.

Disney+’s ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’: TV Review

Ewan McGregor returns as the Jedi master for the latest 'Star Wars' series, set a decade after 'Episode III: Revenge of the Sith,' with Hayden Christensen also reprising his role as Darth Vader.

Julio Torres Hopes to Showcase the “Beauty of Everyday Life and Objects” in ‘I Want to Be a Vase’ Book

In his debut children's book, the comedian and 'Los Espookys' co-creator tells a colorful story of a toilet plunger dreaming of being a vase.

Animation Guild Reaches Tentative Deal With Studios After Months of Negotiations

The deal, announced on Friday, provides wage increases and "significant gains for animation writers" and creates a Labor-Management Cooperative Committee.

Netflix Employee Trust Erodes Amid Layoffs As Ex-Staffers Say Company Culture Is Changing

Budget cuts and a corporate memo that tells staff that the streaming giant "may not be the best place for you" if they won't work on content "you perceive to be harmful" has fomented dissent.

‘Atlanta,’ ‘The Righteous Gemstones’ and ‘Russian Doll’ EPs on the Benefits of a Pandemic-Forced Hiatus

A number of TV series took years off between seasons thanks to production shutdowns — but according to creatives, that break made their returns even stronger.

Village Roadshow’s Lawsuit Against Warner Bros. Over ‘Matrix Resurrections’ Sent to Arbitration

The case highlights escalating tension between talent who stand to profit from theatrical releases and media companies seeking to draw viewers to their streaming services.

Box Office: Tom Cruise’s ‘Top Gun 2’ Flies to $19.3M in Previews

The sequel opens more than three decades after the first 'Top Gun' flew into theaters.

Donald Trump’s Media Company Seeks “Cancelled” Shows, News and Podcasts for Its Subscription Streaming Service

The streaming service will also feature "Trump-specific" programming, comedy specials, and "shows that embrace the Second Amendment," according to a regulatory filing.

Did ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ (Brilliantly) Nod to This Quentin Tarantino Classic?

The Disney+ series premiered Friday and will run for six episodes, concluding June 22.

Michelle Williams in Kelly Reichardt’s ‘Showing Up’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

A sculptor nervously prepares for an exhibit while juggling the distractions of her family and friends in this gorgeous reflection on making art, the fourth collaboration between the director and star.

‘Godland’ (‘Vanskabte Land/Volada Land’): Film Review | Cannes 2022

A young priest travels from Denmark to Iceland in the late 19th century, where his mission is mocked by nature and by the corruptibility of his faith in Hlynur Pálmason’s striking elemental epic.