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They just don’t make movies like they used to. Seriously. 1992 isn’t generally regarded as a landmark year for cinema but you’d be wrong to dismiss it. The films are still very much part of the culture, starting with Quentin Tarantino’s directorial debut and A Few Good Men.
Dunkirk will win the box office, but will it be enough to put Christopher Nolan back into some film fans’ good graces? Elsewhere, Girls Trip will soar while Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets will struggle under the weight of its budget and appealing to general audiences.
Star Wars star John Boyega is swapping out one sci-fi universe for another in the first teaser trailer for Pacific Rim: Uprising.
Colin Firth’s Harry Hart is back and in action in the official trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, as well as some great lassoing from Pedro Pascal’s Statesman agent.
Based on the Norwegian crime novel of the same name by Jo Nesbø, The Snowman stars Michael Fassbender and Rebecca Ferguson chasing a serial killer in Oslo who loves behind snowmen as taunting messages to the police force.
Guillermo del Toro’s new movie The Shape of Water delightfully explores his love of genre, including fantasy, romance, and horror, with an enchanting lead performance by Sally Hawkins and frequent collaborator Doug Jones as a new CGI creature.
Those two words may not be what you immediately associated with Wonder Woman, but it’s true of the real-life story of the man behind the character, William Moulton Marston, and at the center of the first trailer for Professor Marston & the Wonder Women.
The Room is considered one of, if not the worst film in history — and now the story of its creation is coming to the big screen, with James Franco as writer-director-producer-star Tommy Wiseau.
War for the Planet of the Apes conquered the box office, well above Spider-Man: Homecoming, which was the big question of the weekend, but both films still made around $10 million less each than expected.
John Lasseter, who welcomed fans Disney’s biennial convention D23 Expo by telling them, “Create stories that matter and put joy out in this world,” was on hand Thursday afternoon to introduce the upcoming films from Walt Disney Animation and Pixar Studios in an epic two-hour panel — and we have all the details!
War for the Planet of the Apes is eyeing an uprising to topple Spider-Man: Homecoming, while indie romantic dramedy The Big Sick goes wide this weekend with big hopes. Meanwhile, Wonder Woman has earned the best hold for a superhero film in 15 years.
Step back, Christopher Nolan, another English director is here with an epic World War II film, but this time, rather focusing on a single event, this movie focuses on one of the biggest and most critical figures of the war: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
One of the biggest stand-outs of the new Netflix series GLOW is Britney Young who plays Carmen, aka Machu Picchu. Talking to the Tracking Board, Young explains the joy of playing Carmen, what a female-focused project like this means, and bringing truth to everything she does.
Eager for HBO’s acclaimed series Game of Thrones to return? While the light at the end of the tunnel is finally in sight (the show returns this Sunday), we have some truly amusing videos to tide you over in the meantime.
Fans of The L Word, get ready: Showtime is developing a new season of its popular and beloved female-centric LGBTQ drama. Co-creator Ilene Chaiken will be back as well as an executive producer.
Movies fell into their predicted spots at the box office over the weekend, but Spider-Man: Homecoming surprised with an astonishing $117 million opening. Also, Wonder Woman, with $368.4 million, has officially become the tenth-highest superhero film domestically of all time.
Should all go according to plan at the box office this weekend, Spider-Man: Homecoming will become the fourth movie of the year to crack $100 million in its opening weekend.
Horror guru John Carpenter, the visionary behind films like Halloween and The Thing, has inked an overall deal with Universal Cable Productions.
Derek Asaff, whose pilot scripts The Cure and The End both placed in the 2017 Launch Pad Pilots Competition, has signed with Derrick Eppich of Lee Stobby Entertainment.
Director Todd Haynes’ next film, Wonderstruck, has been tapped to headline the 55th New York Film Festival this fall as the Centerpiece Screening.
The 5-day Independence Day holiday weekend went more or less as expected, although several films performed higher than many of the predictions had them making. Two newcomers, Despicable Me 3 and Edgar Wright’s new original film, Baby Driver, led the weekend, both overperforming (at least in their five-day earnings).
An alum of the Launch Pad Feature Competition, Ahmadu Garba has joined the writing team for David O. Russell’s upcoming and untitled mafia series starring Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore. He has also signed with Michael Kolodny of Kaplan Stahler Agency.