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Netflix’s New Releases Coming in March 2021

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will hit the streaming service this month.

‘The Jungle Book,’ ‘Rogue One’ Advance in Visual Effects Oscar Race

Animated feature contender 'Kubo and the Two Strings' also makes the cut.

Film or Sports? German Mini-Major Constantin at Crossroads

Shareholders are battling over the future of the film giant, producer of 'Look Who's Back' and Freeform's 'Shadowhunters.'

‘The BFG’: Skywalker’s Gary Rydstrom Reveals the Sounds Behind the Movie’s Snozzcumbers and Whizzpoppers

“The BFG catches dreams, so we had to figure out what that would mean to give them a sound and a personality."

Box Office: Steven Spielberg’s ‘BFG’ Equals Big Failed Gamble in U.S.

The family film bombed in its North American debut over the July 4th weekend.

‘The BFG’ Visual Effects Whiz Joe Letteri Makes the Case for Motion-Capture Performances

The film combines live action with a performance-capture giant played by the Oscar-winning Mark Rylance.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘The BFG,’ ‘Legend of Tarzan’ and More

Read what THR's critics are saying about 'The Purge: Election Year' and 'Our Kind of Traitor.'

Oscars: It’s Never Too Early for 2016 Hopefuls to Stake a Claim (Analysis)

THR's awards analyst highlights a host of possible contenders, from fest fave 'The Birth of a Nation' to animated feature 'Zootopia' to doc feature 'Life, Animated' to foreign-language film 'Julieta.'

Steven Spielberg on DreamWorks’ Past, Amblin’s Present and His Own Future

With his 29th movie, 'The BFG,' about to debut, Hollywood's most successful and arguably greatest director answers questions about what happened at DreamWorks, what will happen at Amblin Partners and what (and who) will be the focus of his vast ambitions moving forward (hint: Harrison Ford's Indiana Jones does not die).

‘The BFG’: New Trailer Spotlights Mark Rylance’s Giant

The movie, directed by Steven Spielberg, hits theaters July 1.

‘The BFG’: Cannes Review

Steven Spielberg dips into a deep bag of technological tricks to put humans and giants on the same screen in his adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic.