Writer-director Jordan Peele sat down with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday night’s episode of “The Late Show,” and shared his thoughts on his thriller film “Get Out” receiving a Golden Globe nomination for best musical/comedy. “I submitted it as a documentary,” Peele told Colbert, echoing a tweet he posted earlier on Wednesday, which read, “‘Get Out’ […]
Big ideas and hot-button social issues fueled conversation between “Get Out” star Daniel Kaluuya, “The Big Sick” lead Kumail Nanjiani, and other emerging talents during a panel discussion with Variety’s 10 Actors to Watch on Saturday at the 25th annual Hamptons International Film Festival, moderated by Variety executive editor Steven Gaydos and IndieWire deputy editor […]
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Every so often, there’s an actor who suddenly seems to be everywhere you look. Right now, that person is Lakeith Stanfield. “Sorry, people!” jokes the 26-year-old actor, who appears this week in the true-crime drama “Crown Heights,” and next week in the Netflix live-action manga adaptation “Death Note.” But the role he’s most recognized for…
Chris O’Dowd stars in a richly entertaining series loosely based on Elmore Leonard’s crime novel.
Saturday, August 12, 2017 | Fox airs the Teen Choice Awards.
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Oliver Stone’s “The Putin Interviews,” debuting on Showtime on Monday, is getting just what the network expected: Scrutiny. “I am excited for it,” Vinnie Malhotra, the head of documentary programming for the network, said of the reviews. “I think that is the reason why we do it. You can’t do a four-hour documentary on one of… […]
HBO is developing FOUR different Game of Thrones spinoffs!!! Get all the details on the potential series.
Visiting a posh suburb where rich people live in Gatsby-esque splendor, a young black photographer observes that there’s something oddly fawning and subservient about the black folks there: It’s like they’re the Stepford Brothers. “Get Out” isn’t the Black Lives Matter horror flick “The Purge” reimagined along race instead of class lines. Instead, this cleverly…
A young African-American man has every reason to feel nervous in the rich, white suburbs.