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Charlie Day Skips Press Line at ‘Fool’s Paradise’ Premiere Amid Writers Strike

Charlie Day may be making his directorial debut, but he is sticking with the writers amid the WGA strike. The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star premiered his new feature Fool’s Paradise — which he wrote, directed and stars in — on Tuesday in Los Angeles, but after stopping to take photos, skipped the entire […]

Ray Romano’s ‘Somewhere in Queens’ Lands at Lionsgate, Roadside Attractions

Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions have acquired Somewhere in Queens, Ray Romano’s debut feature as a director that bowed at the Tribeca Film Festival. Roadside plans a theatrical release in 2023 for the comic drama that Romano stars in, co-wrote with Mark Stegemann and also produced. “Ray Romano has delivered an outstanding directorial debut, creating a vibrant […]

Roadside Attractions Strikes Output Deal With Hulu for Pay One Window

Roadside Attractions announced Thursday it has entered a multi-year output deal with Hulu that will see films from the veteran specialty distributor hit the streamer during the post-theatrical pay one window. The deal was announced by Roadside co-presidents Eric d’Arbeloff and Howard Cohen alongside Hulu president Joe Earley.  Under the terms of the deal, Hulu will […]

‘Aline’: Film Review

A fictionalized Céline Dion biopic, writer-director-star Valérie Lemercier's showbiz saga covers the highs and few lows of the French Canadian singing superstar's life and career.

Toronto: ‘Snakehead’ Director Talks Asian Representation in Hollywood: “I’m the Underdog”

Asian American director Evan Jackson Leong struggled for over a decade to get his narrative feature debut Snakehead shot and shown this week at the Toronto Film Festival. But Leong, who grew up in San Francisco and graduated from UCLA, isn’t surprised. Even with Crazy Rich Asians and Shang-Chi having been box office juggernauts, he […]

Sundance ‘Playing With Sharks’ Doc to Open newportFILM Outdoors Series

Sally Aitken’s Playing With Sharks, the Sundance title about pioneering marine conservationist Valerie Taylor, is set to open newportFILM’s lineup of documentaries for its 12th annual summer series, newportFILM Outdoors. The outdoor film showcase will close with Corey McLean’s Havana Libre, which portrays a drive to legitimize surfing in Cuba. The June 17 to Sept. […]

For King & Country, Monarch Media Team for Musical Features (Exclusive)

For King & Country, the Grammy-winning band led by Australian brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone, and Monarch Media are teaming for two movies projects. The feature documentary Return to Sydney: The For King & Country Journey will chronicle the Australian brothers and their sister, singer-songwriter Rebecca St. James, returning home after conquering the music world […]

Rita Moreno Documentary to Open Sarasota Film Fest

Euros Lyn’s 'Dream Horse' will close the festival, while Brendan Walsh’s 'Centigrade' will play as a midnight horror special.

Rita Moreno Documentary Lands at Roadside Attractions

'Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It' is set for a June 18 theatrical release after debuting at Sundance.

‘Pinocchio’ Sets Christmas 2020 Bow in Theaters

Roadside Attractions will release the English-language version of Matteo Garrone's new imagining of the treasured family classic 'Pinocchio' on Christmas Day in theaters across the U.S.

Kurt Warner Movie in the Works From Lionsgate and ‘I Can Only Imagine’ Team

Lionsgate has greenlit a movie about NFL legend Kurt Warner from Kingdom Story Company, producers of the box office hit 'I Can Only Imagine.'

‘Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles’: Film Review

A richly detailed survey of the origins and evolution of the 1964 musical classic, 'Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles' explores the universal themes that have earned it an enduring place in the pop-culture firmament.