The hush-hush project has recently been described as North by Northwest meets Inception.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie take us back to 1969.
It marks the second straight time Slipknot have parted ways with a band member prior to a new album release.
From Human Nature to Microbe and Gasoline, who else could create such beautiful imagery?
It’s like Uncle Buck, but for these wonderful modern times.
SXSW Film Review: Elle Fanning Steals the Spotlight From the Ultra Stylish and Substance-Starved Teen Spirit
She’s quickly becoming the most formidable actress of her generation.
SXSW Film Review: Logan Marshall-Green and Ethan Hawke Turn the Light On for Ex-Cons With Adopt a Highway
The feature-film debut of the Upgrade star is a moving portrait of a marginalized slice of America.
“Destroy another strong black historical LEGEND?!?!” the rapper writes. “WHY US all the time?”
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker is going from the battlefield to our hearts.
The original supposes the lovers die happy, but Netflix’s edit suggests, “What if they didn’t?”
Green Book, Roma, and Bohemian Rhapsody lead a scattershot slate of winners.
R.I.P. Stanley Donen, one of the last filmmaking legends of Hollywood’s Golden Age, has died at age 94
Iconic film director and choreographer of Singin’ in the Rain and On the Town.