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‘The Sound of Silence’: Film Review | Sundance 2019

Peter Sarsgaard plays a "house tuner," providing sonic harmony to troubled Manhattan clients in Michael Tyburski's contemplative drama 'The Sound of Silence,' also starring Rashida Jones.

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’: Film Review

Tom Holland plays the beloved webslinger in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming,' his first full adventure in Marvel's Cinematic Universe.

NALIP Latino Media Awards Foster Outburst of Cultural Pride, Turn Political

“We deserve a place in this country, on and off the camera,” said honoree Zoe Saldana.

‘Lowriders’: Film Review

The vibrant car culture of East L.A. fuels 'Lowriders,' a family drama starring Demian Bichir, Eva Longoria and Gabriel Chavarria.

Jason Mantzoukas, Tony Revolori to Star in Indie Road Trip Film (Exclusive)

Grace Gummer and Taissa Farmiga will also star in 'The Long Dumb Road' from director Hannah Fidell.

‘Table 19’: Film Review

Anna Kendrick stars alongside Lisa Kudrow, Craig Robinson and June Squibb in 'Table 19,' Jeffrey Blitz's comedy about a group of outcast wedding guests.

Tony Revolori to Star in Terrorism Thriller ‘Exchanged’

Geoff Haley — a camera operator on 'Avengers: Infinity War,' 'Baywatch' and 'Furious 7,' among others — is directing the Meyers Media Group feature from his own screenplay, penned with David Chisholm.

Molly Shannon: ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ Made Me Feel Like a Young Actor Again

Shannon and the rest of the cast and crew attended the film's L.A. premiere.

Watch the Trailer for Sundance Hit ‘Dope’ (Video)

The Sundance favorite drops into theaters on June 19.

‘Umrika’: Sundance Review

Indian director Prashant Nair's second film stars Suraj Sharma, the lead of 'Life of Pi,' and Tony Revolori, the bellboy from 'The Grand Budapest Hotel.'

‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Premiere: Wes Anderson’s Regulars Reunite at Lincoln Center

Plus, Jeff Goldblum talks about his involvement with a possible "Independence Day" sequel and Fox Searchlight head Steve Gilula shares his thoughts going into the Oscars, where the specialty division's "12 Years a Slave" is up for nine awards.