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The first red-band trailer for the dark comedy “Thoroughbreds” has been released, starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Olivia Cooke.
Being pitched as a high concept drama in the vein of This is Us, the short story marks the first big Hollywood sale for the writer and first to originate from digital platform Medium.com.
Now into producers, this hot new spec from the writer of Rose Red promises two powerful female leads and a dark twist on the worlds we thought we knew.
The project was set to be released in 2020 with “Inside Out” co-write Meg LeFauve and Nathan Greno directing.
The director of My Week with Marilyn and Woman in Gold tells the story of A.A. Milne’s creation of the literary character with Domhnall Gleason, Margot Robbie, and newcomer Will Tilston.
An adaptation of Brian Selznick’s fantasy tale of New York City and its museum, the movie falls short of any expectations with uncharacteristically bad storytelling choices.
The first full-length trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, directed by Rian Johnson, has been released, teasing what appears to be this trilogy’s version of The Empire Strikes back.
What is it about Tom Cruise that makes you want to go see his movies? Despite struggling domestic box offices, the world has very loudly shouted, we want more Cruise! Except no one has been able to pinpoint exactly what it is we want; we just know we want it.
The prolific television director, producer (“The L Word”) takes on a passion project in telling the story of “Professor Marston & the Wonder Women,” starring Luke Evans and Rebecca Hall.
Based on the 2009 animated short “Pigeon Impossible,” the Fox Animation projection overseen by Blue Sky Studios and Chernin Entertainment will be released by Fox on Jan. 18, 2019.
While Blade Runner 2049 won raves from critics, the film underperformed in its opening weekend. As studios are determined to stick with franchises, here are seven sequels that could succeed in continuing their original stories and wooing audiences.
Starring Luke Evans and Rebecca Hall, Angela Robinson’s timely true story is more than a heavy-hitting drama about intolerance, but it also gives Marston’s women proper credit as the inspiration for his beloved creation.
The crime thriller from Jeremy Rush features the star of “The Purge: Anarchy” and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” will premiere on the streaming service on October 20.
The Denis Villeneuve-directed sequel, released 35 years after the original movie, only made $31.5 mill. this weekend, far below most expectations. “My Little Pony: The Movie” also opened weakly in fourth place.
The production company behind “Manchester by the Sea” is making the movie based on an original script by Camilla Blackett (“New Girl,” “The Newsroom”). Knightley is also producing.
The mother-son from “Fate of the Furious” didn’t have any scenes together, but that should change for the new movie from the director of “Lucy,” “La Femme Nikita” and “The Professional.”
Opening Nov. 17, the new Warners/DC Entertainment movie stars Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa and Ray Fisher as earth’s mightiest heroes.
Movies that expect the viewer to have watched previous movies or read previous source material are likely hurting themselves as opposed to fresh new takes on popular characters.
With his new film “American Made” and previous one “The Wall,” Liman proves he’s able to do much more than big-budget studio action movies, so why is he rarely the first name mentioned for big-budget tentpole movies?
The Oscar-winning actor has been making lower-profile indies the past few years, but shouldn’t she be looking at making something that will remind the general populace what a great actor she is? Or at least movies that might get seen?
The Benedict Andrews-directed adaptation of David Harrower’s play “Blackbird” Is far more than a filmed theatrical piece, as the filmmaker takes advantage of what film can do that theater can’t.
Despite positive tracking and reviews, the sci-fi sequel may not make more than $40 mill. this weekend. Meanwhile, weaker offerings “My Little Pony” and “Mountain Between Us” might be fighting it out for second place.
Is planning so far in advance for franchise release dates ultimately hurting studio films? Neil Turitz takes a look at the tentpole movies from Universal, Marvel, and DC that are driving Hollywood’s future.
The intense drama starring Rooney Mara, Ben Mendelsohn and Riz Ahmed is based on David Harrower’s play Blackbird.
“The Walking Dead” star plays Derek Cho, a man fired from his law firm who discovers that the building has been quarantined due to a virus that causes those infected to act out their impulses.
Directed by Steven S. DeKnight (“Daredevil,” “Smallville”), the sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 sci-fi action movie co-stars Scott Eastwood, Adria Arjona, Tian Jing, Burn Gorman and more.
Picked up out of Toronto by Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, the film in which Reeves plays a neuroscientist trying to revive the family he lost in a car crash has yet to set a release date.