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‘Pantheon’ Review: AMC+’s Animated Sci-Fi Series Is Heartbreakingly Human

Daniel Dae Kim, Paul Dano, Rosemarie DeWitt and more lend their voices to a series centered around cutting-edge technology that can upload human consciousness into the cloud.

‘The Professor’: Film Review

Johnny Depp plays a man with six months to live in Wayne Roberts' character study 'The Professor.'

‘Black Mirror’: How Jodie Foster and Rosemarie DeWitt Made Their Story Personal

'Black Mirror' season four episode "ArkAngel" stars Rosemarie DeWitt and was directed by Jodie Foster, the first woman to direct on the Netflix anthology.

‘Sweet Virginia’: Film Review

Christopher Abbott and Jon Bernthal play characters who forge an unlikely friendship in 'Sweet Virginia,' a crime thriller that also stars Rosemarie DeWitt and Imogen Poots.

‘Olive Kitteridge’ Cast Dishes on the HBO Miniseries’ Brave Portraits of Marriage and Mental Illness

"It's also the story of depression. … To me, the theme is, you have to live, no matter what. Olive always bucked up. She is a survivor"

Jason Reitman Hosting ‘American Beauty’ Live Reading With ‘Men, Women & Children’ Cast

Get ready to hear Adam Sandler ask someone to pass the asparagus

Jeremy Renner Says ‘Kill the Messenger’ Hits Close to Home: “It Became Something I Had to Go Do”

"We need these guys — this film, I like to think, is carrying his torch and putting a spotlight on the importance of people like him"

‘Kill the Messenger’: What the Critics Are Saying

Michael Cuesta's drama casts Jeremy Renner as investigative journalist Gary Webb, who uncovers the CIA's involvement in a cocaine conspiracy

‘Men, Women & Children’: What the Critics Are Saying

Jennifer Garner, Dean Norris, Judy Greer, Ansel Elgort, Adam Sandler, Emma Thompson, Timothee Chalamet, Olivia Crocicchia and Kaitlyn Dever stars in Jason Reitman's drama

‘Kill the Messenger’: Film Review

Jeremy Renner stars in Michael Cuesta's fact-based drama about a reporter who exposed the CIA's role in the Central American cocaine business

Toronto: Reitman’s Back in Form — and Awards Contention — With ‘Men, Women & Children’

The Canadian filmmaker has recaptured the formula that made "Juno" and "Up in the Air" click with critics, audiences and the Academy: employing a big and talented ensemble to smartly and dryly satirize the world in which we live

Toronto: Adam Sandler Fearful Over Technology and Today’s Youth

"It's rough to watch as a parent," the 'Men, Women & Children' star told a festival presser