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Articles by Dominick Suzanne-Mayer
David Gordon Green’s film will be the second take on the 2013 tragedy released this year.
News has swirled about a replacement after Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were let go yesterday.
Michael Bay’s latest exercise in mega-budget excess proves that the series is running out of fuel.
Inaccurate report suggested Gadot made 46 times less than Superman’s Henry Cavill.
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon’s rom-com is an instant great in the genre.
Brian Knappenberger takes a long view of what the destruction of Gawker means for modern media.
The long-gestating Tupac biopic is a surface-level and sometimes ugly simplification of a complex life.
The tribute was projected onto the side of LA’s city hall, late on Thursday.
Colin Trevorrow’s return to indie filmmaking is a deeply unorthodox drama, for better and (mostly) worse.
The director’s micro-budget period continues with an update of one of his podcast-inspired concepts.
From Toy Story to Cars 3, a closer look at the studio’s many creations so far.