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Holly Hunter on Frequently Playing Moms and Why She Won’t Do Sequels

The 'Big Sick' actress, who'll be honored with the career achievement award at the Palm Springs Film Festival on Jan. 2, also reflects on her decades-spanning career and first big break in 1987's 'Raising Arizona.'

The Stars of ‘Broadcast News’: Where Are They Now?

On the 30th anniversary of the film, see what Holly Hunter, Albert Brooks, William Hurt and more have been up to.

‘Spielberg’: Film Review | NYFF 2017

Steven Spielberg spoke at length with director Susan Lacy for 'Spielberg,' her portrait of the man and his career.

‘Song to Song’: Film Review | SXSW 2017

Premiering as the opening-night film at SXSW, Terrence Malick's latest, 'Song to Song,' finds Rooney Mara balancing affairs with Michael Fassbender and Ryan Gosling.

Holly Hunter to Star in HBO’s Alan Ball Family Drama

The straight-to-series drama focuses on a multiracial family.

‘Strange Weather’: Film Review | TIFF 2016

Holly Hunter and Carrie Coon star in Katherine Dieckmann's drama 'Strange Weather,' about a Southern woman who enlists her friend to help find answers about her son's suicide.

‘Batman v. Superman’ Premiere: Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Other Stars Talk Expectations, Character Inspirations

Castmembers and producer Charles Roven discussed the film's political components and revealed to THR how they've been able to keep the movie's many mysteries under wraps.

First Look: Holly Hunter, Tony Shalhoub in ‘Breakable You’ (Exclusive Image)

The film is an adaptaion of the critically acclaimed Brian Morton novel.

Omar Metwally Joins Indie ‘Breakable You’ (Exclusive)

The indie stars Holly Hunter and Tony Shalhoub.

‘Sticks and Bones’: Theater Review

Bill Pullman, Holly Hunter and Ben Schnetzer star in David Rabe's 1971 play about the toxic effect on an American sitcom family of their son's return from Vietnam

MIPCOM: Jane Campion’s ‘Top of the Lake’ Gets Second Season

The Oscar-winning director is re-teaming with writer Gerard Lee on the New Zealand mystery drama

‘Manglehorn’: Film Review

Al Pacino stars as a small-town locksmith in a self-imposed emotional prison in David Gordon Green's intimate character portrait