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The Oscar-winning actress joins the cast of Scorsese’s crime-drama for Netflix, in which De Niro will play hitman Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, who might have been responsible for Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance.
The latest from Scott Cooper (“Black Mass”) has Bale playing an army captain escorting an Indian chief from New Mexico to Montana. It will get a Dec. Oscar-run and a Jan. 2018 release.
The CAA-packaged drama involves a woman being picked up at JFK airport by a cab driver who she gets into a long conversation with about their past and current relationships.
Already nominated for two Oscars in the foreign language category, the Dutch-Palestinian filmmaker takes on Charles Martin’s popular novel about two strangers whose charter plane crashes in the Rocky Mountains.
For decades, Hollywood has turned to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers to provide the perfect song for a number of films and television shows, though no one seems to have been a bigger fan than Cameron Crowe, who used Petty tunes in Jerry Maguire, Elizabethtown and We Bought a Zoo.
With the actor’s latest, American Made, disappointing at the box office, it might be signaling “the requiem for the Movie Star,” according to Neil Turitz, but he offers some hope on how Cruise can come out of this freefall.
Edward Douglas thinks Baumbach’s 10th film is easily his funniest and strongest dose of dysfunctional family humor.
It looks like a tight race for first place with all three movies estimated to make around $17 mill. for the weekend, but it’s unlikely that Tom Cruise’s “American Made” will be #1.
The first look at the leading characters from Doug Liman’s next movie, scheduled for release on March 1, 2019, and co-starring Mads MIkkelsen, Kurt Sutter, Nick Jonas and more.
Sony’s “Flatliners” is the latest movie to not have any critics’ screenings in advance. Going by its 0% Rotten Tomatoes score, it probably was a wise move… or was it?
Cinematographer Kevin Phillips’ feature film directorial debut is a stunner with a number of amazing performances by young talent that makes it worth seeking out.
Darren Aronofsky’s “mother!” is only one side of the equation as Christopher Nolan and Denis Villeneuve are delivering larger-scale auteur films.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker explores the 1994 Loughinisland massacre which went unsolved for decades, caught up in red tape and bureaucracy.
With Tom Cruise’s “American Made” doing well, and other movies dropping more than expected, it will be very close to see what wins the weekend. It definitely won’t be “Flatliners.”
With summer officially over, it’s time to buckle down and huddle around the Netflix enabled device for warmth this Halloween season.
The guys also discuss Friday’s breaking news that Kristen Stewart and Lupita Nyong’o are circling the Charlie’s Angels reboot at Sony.
“Blade Runner 2049 is such a good sequel that it makes the case that, between these two films, no other example of the genre has ever made these ideas so vivid, so wrenching, so immediate and raw,” writes Drew McWeeny.
The actor will play Joseph A. Walker, the seventh man in space, in the Neil Armstrong biopic from the Oscar-winning “La La Land” filmmaker, scheduled for Oct 12. 2018.
Writer Jimmy Tsai (Ping Pong Playa) imagines a newly-paroled O.J. Simpson as he sets out on an obsessive quest for revenge against actor Cuba Gooding Jr. for exploiting his image on American Crime Story.
Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith won’t be involved, but Matt Holloway and Art Marcum have written a screenplay to prepare it for potential directors and its May 17, 2019 release date.