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‘The Stranger’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

Joel Edgerton and Sean Harris star in Thomas M. Wright's contemporary true crime-based drama set in Outback Australia about low-level gangsters who are not all they seem.

Cannes: Ethan Hawke, Isabelle Huppert, Lee Jung-jae, Rebecca Hall, Austin Butler and More in The Hollywood Reporter’s Festival Photo Diary

Nothing compares to Cannes. That has never been more true than it is this year as the international film festival rolled out the iconic red carpet to celebrate a milestone 75th anniversary, as always, against the backdrop of the French Riviera. Welcoming A-list stars, celebrated auteurs, musicians, models and, yes, even TikTok creators, the 2022 […]

Joel Edgerton to Lead Cast of ‘Dark Matter’ TV Series at Apple  

Apple TV+ is set to explore Dark Matter. The streamer, fresh off its best picture Oscar win for CODA, has handed out a nine-episode, straight-to-series order for drama Dark Matter, based on the Blake Crouch book of the same name. Joel Edgerton (Obi-Wan Kenobi, Boy Erased) will star in the sci-fi drama on which Crouch […]

AFM: Paul Schrader’s Crime Thriller ‘Master Gardener’ Lands Global Sales

The Master Gardener, the next project from veteran screenwriter and director Paul Schrader following this year’s festival favorite The Card Counter, has landed a number of key territory sales. HanWay Films has closed deals for the upcoming crime thriller with Leonine (Germany and Switzerland), The Jokers (France), Volgafilm (CIS and Baltics), M2 Films (Eastern Europe), […]

Toronto Hot List: Jason Statham, Kaley Cuoco and More Stars Topline Fest’s Buzziest Sales Titles

“Nowadays, no one has the same agenda,” says Sony Pictures Classics co-president Tom Bernard. That precept sums up the post-COVID market landscape, which has forced streamers, day-and-daters and traditional theatrical distributors to carve out an increasingly specialized niche within their own subset. As a result, agents are finding fewer, but more focused, players vying for […]

Dev Patel in David Lowery’s ‘The Green Knight’: Film Review

A knight-in-the-making goes on an odyssey across the mythical kingdom of Camelot to prove his valor in this bold adaptation of the 14th-century epic poem, which also features Alicia Vikander.

‘(In)Visible Portraits’ Filmmaker Oge Egbuonu Signs With CAA (Exclusive)

Director and producer Oge Egbuonu, who directed the buzz-generating documentary (In)Visible Portraits for OWN, has signed with CAA. Egbuonu’s directorial debut was introduced by Oprah Winfrey last year at a virtual premiere amid the Black Lives Matter movement. The documentary, which Egbuonu also wrote and produced, highlights the “otherizing” of Black women in America and […]

‘The Underground Railroad’: TV Review

Barry Jenkins tackles Colson Whitehead's heralded novel about a slave's literal and spiritual journey toward freedom in this 10-part Amazon limited series.

‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Disney+ Series Adds Moses Ingram, Kumail Nanjiani and More to Cast

Hayden Christensen returns in the role of Darth Vader for the series set to begin production in April.

Damon Herriman, ‘Nightingale,’ ‘Lambs of God’ Lead Australia’s AACTA Award Nominations

Jennifer Kent’s dark convict drama 'The Nightingale' and Foxtel miniseries 'Lambs of God' lead the way with 15 and 14 nominations, respectively, for the annual Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards (AACTA).

‘The King’ Premiere: Timothée Chalamet, Director on Bringing “Intimidating” Shakespeare Tale to Screen

Timothée Chalamet, Lily-Rose Depp, Joel Edgerton and more turned out Tuesday night at the New York City premiere of Netflix's 'The King.'

‘The King’: Film Review | Venice 2019

David Michôd directs Timothée Chalamet, Joel Edgerton, Robert Pattinson and Ben Mendelsohn in 'The King,' a free adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Henry' plays about leadership and war.