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Behind the Screen
Emmy nominee Doug Abel describes how he and his pros edited the wild story at the center of Netflix's documentary series: "We were swimming in footage."
08/27/2020 by Carolyn Giardina
The DOJ says the TikTok employee has no business questioning whether the executive order was issued in response to a bona fide national emergency and can't prove he'd be irreparably harmed by it.
09/10/2020 by Ashley Cullins
'Black Widow' screenwriter Eric Pearson penned the script.
12/01/2020 by Aaron Couch
The season opener for 'Monday Night Football' on ESPN comes in much lower than a year ago.
09/15/2020 by Rick Porter
The timing of the video is somewhat serendipitous as Hulu recently added both the original cartoon and reboot.
08/22/2020 by Ryan Parker
The movie premiered at this year's TIFF.
10/26/2020 by Borys Kit
Cinemas in the Northern California city were told they could flip on the lights as of Oct. 7, but aren't allowed to sell any food or beverages.
10/07/2020 by Pamela McClintock
Universal will release the film, which also comes from James Wan's Atomic Monster.
10/07/2020 by Aaron Couch
City Hall is recruiting a private developer to build 500,000 square feet of stages and facilities on a chunk of land next to Pinewood Toronto Studios.
10/16/2020 by Etan Vlessing
Idris Elba stars as an inner-city horseman with Caleb McLaughlin as his troubled teenage son in this drama set around the unique subculture of North Philly's Fletcher Street Stables.
09/13/2020 by David Rooney
Awkwafina and Oh will also produce, along with Jessica Elbaum and Will Ferrell.
10/29/2020 by Mia Galuppo
The awards show will take place in a hybrid virtual and in-person format in January.
11/12/2020 by Hilary Lewis
Nelly, Chrisell Stause and Anne Heche will also vie for the mirror ball trophy on the ABC competition.
Hulu's eight-part series offers an outsider's perspective on the Syrian civil war and a man's perspective on the female fighting unit known as the YPJ.
11/18/2020 by Daniel Fienberg
For months, someone has been cold-calling actresses in the U.S. pretending to be British filmmaker Hugh Welchman. The calls begin with promising job offers, but quickly descend into coercion and sexual harassment.
11/09/2020 by Alex Ritman