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The comedian and co-creator of 'Broad City' hosts a 20-part web series in which she speaks with a myriad of stars such as Jennifer Lawrence, Zoe Kravitz and more about the upcoming election.
10/16/2020 by Lexy Perez
John Walker's documentary, based on Aaron James' book about just how many rude and nasty people the world can tolerate, is set for an Oct. 30 theatrical release.
10/01/2020 by Etan Vlessing
Jeremy Garelick's teen comedy for Hulu offers a druggy riff on 'The Purge.'
08/27/2020 by John DeFore
Charlize Theron's Drive-In 'Fury Road' Screening Models a Celebrity Charity Event in the Age of COVID-19
At a socially distant party benefitting Theron's Africa charity, the actress noted the eerie resonance of her 2015 postapocalyptic film: "I always felt like this story was a cautionary tale."
08/01/2020 by Rebecca Keegan
A new line of superhero books set in the future of the DC universe will run in January and February.
10/15/2020 by Graeme McMillan
The Broadway veteran also dazzled in 'My Sister Eileen,' 'The Second Greatest Sex' and 'Pennies From Heaven.'
10/08/2020 by Mike Barnes
The Hollywood Reporter columnist grapples with Lulu Wang’s contention that only a director with an "intimate understanding of Chinese culture" should tell the story of classical pianist Lang Lang: "The key for any artist is to find the common humanity we all share."
09/30/2020 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
The 'Ant-Man 3' villain has ties in the comics to the Young Avengers, The Fantastic Four and even the X-Men.
09/14/2020 by Richard Newby
Gotham Group CEO Ellen Goldsmith-Vein on Mass Agent Exodus and the Future of the 'Maze Runner' Franchise
The founder of Hollywood's only major woman-owned production-management company talks about agents becoming managers, negotiating backend and lighting votive candles for Biden-Harris.
10/08/2020 by Tatiana Siegel
The time-traveling bad guy is moving from the comic books to the movies in the next installment of the Paul Rudd franchise.
09/14/2020 by Graeme McMillan
A working-class boy (White K.) from the provinces who arrives in Beijing to become a journalist faces a major ethical decision in Wang Jing’s newspaper drama produced by Jia Zhang-ke.
09/13/2020 by Deborah Young
Other multi-nominated series that failed to win any awards in Sunday night's telecast include 'Insecure,' 'The Good Place,' 'What We Do in the Shadows' and 'Dead to Me.'
09/20/2020 by Bryn Elise Sandberg
Hong Kong veteran director Ann Hui ('A Simple Life') returns to Venice with a gorgeously appointed period piece.
09/15/2020 by Boyd van Hoeij
Harry Macqueen's feature, starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci, will have its world premiere at the Spanish festival, which will also debut 'Crock of Gold,' Julien Temple's look at The Pogues frontman.
08/06/2020 by Scott Roxborough
Amid the Play NYC game convention, Drew Crecente shares the work his organization is doing to prevent abusive behavior through prosocial games.
08/14/2020 by Trilby Beresford