The separated couple’s been together for seven years.
Xavier Giannoli’s “The Apparition” begins in the Middle East with a blinding light. It is not that of a religious apparition but a bomb that leaves war correspondent Jacques (Vincent Lindon, “The Measure of Man,” “Rodin,” “Welcome”) dazed and deaf in one ear and his photographer and best friend dead. The latter spent his whole […]
When can you catch the first trailer for Teen Titans Go! To the Movies? Could Avengers 4 be an adaptation of the Marvel Comics storyline Secret Wars? Could X-Men becoming part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe end up be more of a problem than people think? Why is Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance co-director Brian […]
Black Panther is primed to rule 2018. The Marvel Studios movie directed by Ryan Coogler is one of the most anticipated movies of the year, and with tickets going officially going on sale yesterday, the frenzy over the superpowered king of Wakanda is just beginning. It’s clear that Black Panther is unlike any movie we’ve seen before: the lush Afro-futurism, […]
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His daughter has returned to Los Angeles.
Mike Flanagan, who recently helmed the excellent Stephen King adaptation Gerald’s Game for Netflix, has another King project he’d like to tackle: Doctor Sleep. Released in 2013, Doctor Sleep is a quasi-sequel to The Shining, which picks up on an adult Danny Torrance, the boy who survived the Overlook Hotel. Would Flanagan be the right filmmaker to tackle The Shining […]
First-time Emmy winners (be they actors or TV shows) aren’t necessarily guaranteed a long shelf life. I note this in regard to “Black Mirror,” the (just slightly) futuristic “Twilight Zone”-ian series returning Dec. 29 for its six-episode fourth season on Netflix. The series, and its creator/showrunner Charlie Brooker, won two Emmys in September for last…
The director of “Bad Santa” revealed on Friday that he was prevented from hiring Mira Sorvino by Harvey Weinstein.
“It” director Andy Muschietti is in talks with Russo Brothers Studio to board a movie version of Simon Stalenhag’s illustrated novel “The Electric State.” The story, set in an alternative 1997, centers on a runaway teenager and her yellow toy robot as they travel through a strange USA, where the ruins of gigantic battle drones […]
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” director Rian Johnson, who turns 44 on Sunday, has been playing in the “Star Wars” universe since he was four. So when he walked onto the Millennium Falcon while filming “The Last Jedi,” Johnson got a lump in his throat and tears in his eyes. “It’s not just because of […]
What is Stan Lee‘s cameo on Runaways? When can we expect a Nightwing casting announcement? Will Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse have any connection to the live-action Spider-Man movies? Do you support fans petitioning to get Patty Jenkins a Golden Globe nomination? Will Gwen Stacy be introduced in the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel? All that and more […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bruce Brown, director of the classic surfing film “The Endless Summer,” has died. He was 80.
Norma Rae wouldn’t take this sitting down.
Disney has offered Rob Marshall the job of directing its live-action version of “The Little Mermaid.” The studio tapped Lin-Manuel Miranda and Alan Menken last year to write the songs for the reboot of its 1989 animated hit. Miranda is also producing the film along with Marc Platt. Jane Goldman wrote the script. The original […]
Broadway casting director Justin Huff has been fired from Telsey + Company following reports of sexual misconduct.
“He’s full of decency and kindness, and that’s all I see,” director David Yates said.
Are we in the middle of a Charles Dickens renaissance? (A Dickenssance?) The Man Who Invented Christmas – a movie about the creation of Dickens’ classic novel A Christmas Carol – is in theaters now, a David Copperfield movie adaptation is in the works, and now a new batch of Dickens adaptations is coming to the small […]
Kaepernick may not be unemployed much longer.