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‘Downhill’: Film Review | Sundance 2020

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell play a couple whose marriage is destabilized by a near-disaster in 'Downhill,' an American spin on Ruben Ostlund's 2014 Swedish film, 'Force Majeure.'

‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale’: TV Review

Netflix's 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' holiday special delightfully continues its heroine's story, marrying horror with holiday spirit.

Miranda Otto to Co-Star in Netflix’s ‘Riverdale’ Companion ‘Sabrina’

She will take on a version of a character previously played by Beth Broderick.

’24: Legacy’ Victim Opens Up About “Complicated” Season Finale Fate

The actress talks exclusively with THR about the deadly conclusion of the Fox revival's first season.

Corey Hawkins at ’24: Legacy’ Premiere: “I Don’t Have to Step Up and Be Jack Bauer”

The up-and-coming actor knew he had big shoes to fill when he took the lead in Fox's reboot. But he says he's no Bauer — and was never supposed to be.

Miranda Otto to Star in ’24: Legacy’ for Fox

She joins 'Straight Outta Compton's' Corey Hawkins in the reboot of the Kiefer Suthlerland franchise.

‘Homeland’: Miranda Otto on Spies, Her Season 5 Arc and Brawling With Mandy Patinkin

"Is she trapped in this situation, with some guilt about it, or is she a sociopath? We've looked at her from both sides, but this episode seemed to be pretty definitive in the end."

Miranda Otto, Sam Neill Join Geoffrey Rush in ‘The Daughter’

The Australian family drama is theater director Simon Stone's debut feature

Tommy Lee Jones’ ‘The Homesman’ Gets Centerpiece Premiere at Hamptons Film Festival

Star Hilary Swank also will participate in a talk at the October event

HBO’s ‘Westworld’ Enlists Miranda Otto

The all-star cast continues to grow for J.J. Abrams, Jonathan Nolan and Jerry Weintraub

I, Frankenstein: Film Review

Mary Shelley's immortal literary character is resurrected yet again to fight evil demons in this "Underworld"-style saga.

Rake: TV Review

Greg Kinnear and a solid cast may not be enough to save this scoundrel series from its own familiarity.