Things fall apart.
Set in the Jim Crow south, the fantasy horror series is based on a book by Matt Ruff.
Richard Linklater’s latest is a balmy indie about the warm, fuzzy joys of creativity.
Based on Candace Bushnell’s Sex and the City sequel, Is There Still Sex in the City?.
The pilot episode will be helmed by Melina Matsoukas (Insecure), who is perhaps best known as the director of Beyoncé’s “Formation” and “All Night” videos.
Jacques Audiard’s star-studded dark Western comedy will gallop into theaters later this year.
The limited six-episode run is based on Joseph Heller’s iconic novel.
Netflix’s film adaptation of the horror author’s 2010 novella arrives next month.
Adaptation of former CIA agent Jason Matthews’ 2013 novel coming from director Francis Lawrence.
Adaptation of memoir by an African-American police detective who infiltrated the KKK to star John David Washington.
Afflect will portray a Missouri small-town farmer turned academic.
Marking the first TV adaptation of the Science Fiction Hall of Famer’s work.