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DC and Epic Games revealed the crossover Friday, with the project debuting in print and digitally on April 20.
02/26/2021 by Trilby Beresford
The actress and Greek director Christos Nikou discuss their quirky drama — shot pre-COVID — that imagines an analog world beset by a pandemic that erases memories.
02/09/2021 by Scott Roxborough
The multicultural series, taking over place the first weekend of the film festival, will feature panel discussions with HBO and HBO Max talent such as Holly Walker, Jamie Chung, Shangela and Leticia Dolera.
01/26/2021 by Sharareh Drury
The ouster of Carano from the show draws the ire of the right wing and marks an inflection point for Lucasfilm, whose star was warned repeatedly about her social media posts.
02/16/2021 by Aaron Couch, Tatiana Siegel, Borys Kit
Samuel Gonzalez and Antonio Altamirano headline Chilean filmmaker Omar Zuniga's feature debut, which was inspired by his award-winning short 'San Cristobal.'
01/19/2021 by Boyd van Hoeij
Guillermo del Toro's 'Nightmare Alley' is among the films that now have release dates.
01/22/2021 by Aaron Couch
"Even though we have been separated, we're still bound together," Redford said as his visual tone poem about Utah welcomed virtual fest-goers.
01/28/2021 by Etan Vlessing
Nicolas Cage stars in Sion Sono's samurai-Western rescue story set in a post-nuclear wasteland.
01/31/2021 by John DeFore
The streamer has announced almost $500,000 of investments to support under-represented British talent from Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities.
01/21/2021 by Alex Ritman
The filmmaker joined Bradley Whitford for an ActBlue fundraiser Sunday night, the latest in a series of high-profile events featuring Hollywood insiders ahead of Tuesday's Georgia run-off election.
01/04/2021 by Chris Gardner
Behind the Screen
It's the third in a three-picture deal between Warners and Animal Logic's Vancouver base.
02/09/2021 by Carolyn Giardina
Japanese auteur Sion Sono's post-apocalyptic action-horror in the English language will bow as part of Sundance's pandemic-era edition.
01/26/2021 by Etan Vlessing
He won a Tony Award while also directing and starring in 'The River Niger' in the '70s.
02/23/2021 by Mike Barnes
Behind the Screen
For his two most recent films, Ren Klyce re-created how a 1940s movie would have sounded and then imagined the aural feel of life before birth and after death.
02/05/2021 by Carolyn Giardina
Gina Prince-Bythewood's Netflix action flick, starring Charlize Theron and KiKi Layne, emerged as the most popular film to meet the mark of distinction for projects that have demonstrated gender-balanced hiring.
02/17/2021 by Chris Gardner