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Michael Mann’s ‘Tokyo Vice’ HBO Max Series Fills Out Cast

Michael Mann’s HBO Max crime series Tokyo Vice is filling out its cast. Series leads Ansel Elgort, Ken Watanabe, as well as the previously announced Rachel Keller, Ella Rumpf and Rinko Kikuchi…

‘Heat’ Cinematographer Dante Spinotti to Get Locarno Film Festival Honor

The Locarno International Film Festival will honor the exquisite eye of Italian cinematographer Dante Spinotti at this year’s event, where it will give him its lifetime achievement award, the…

‘The Insider’ Director Michael Mann Remembers Christopher Plummer: “One of the Brilliant Shakespearean Actors”

The helmer reflects on working with the actor, who died Feb. 5 at age 91.: "There are few people left alive like Chris Plummer. Culture was alive and resonant within…

Japan’s WOWOW Boards Michael Mann’s ‘Tokyo Vice’ Series

Japan's leading pay TV company WOWOW is boarding Michael Mann's crime series 'Tokyo Vice,' taking all local rights and co-producing the show with HBO Max and Endeavor Content. 

Rinko Kikuchi to Star in Michael Mann’s HBO Max Series ‘Tokyo Vice’ (Exclusive)

Japanese actress Rinko Kikuchi is joining the cast of the 'Tokyo Vice' series for WarnerMedia's HBO Max streaming service.

Critic’s Picks: A January To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Among options for SoCal cinephiles this month are a new digital restoration of an early Fellini classic, a series of films featuring Oscar-winning performances, classics from Scorsese and Miyazaki…

Michael Mann Talks Holding Warner Bros. “for Ransom,” Why ‘Heat’ Couldn’t Be Made Today

"Audiences are infinitely smarter than they know — they can feel something before they can mentally process it," the director also tells Guillermo del Toro and Cannes topper Thierry Fremaux at Lyon's…

Michael Mann, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro Reunite for Special ‘Heat’ Evening

Christopher Nolan hosted the Q&A after a screening of the iconic 1995 heist film and sparred with the movie's cinematographer over film versus digital supremacy.

Critic’s Notebook: The Big Screen Was Too Small for Muhammad Ali’s Charisma

The sports legend was a born showman — the Elvis, James Brown and Marlon Brando of boxing rolled into one — who kept filmmakers on the ropes.

Muhammad Ali, ‘The Greatest’ Boxing Legend, Dies at 74

The most recognizable person on the planet gained fans in Hollywood and around the world for his exploits in and out of the boxing ring.

Michael Mann, Don Winslow Team for Mob Book, Possible Movie

The pair will tackle Chicago mob bosses Tony Accardo and Sam Giancana in the novel planned for publication in 2017.

Box Office: ‘American Sniper’ Makes History With Massive $105.3M Debut

Shattering all expectations, Clint Eastwood's movie nabs the top opening of all time for a non-franchise Hollywood title; it is also a winner overseas despite its decidedly pro-American slant.