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From Close Encounters of the Third Kind to Gosford Park, Balaban has experience on both sides of the camera, and Isle of Dogs is his third time working with Anderson.
Alyssa Feller, Jonathan Giles, Michael Hartney, John Mahone, Cameron Smith, Natasha Vaynblat and Bryan Yang have been named to take part in the six-day program held at 30 Rock meant to help promote comedy writing talent from diverse backgrounds.
Based on Steven Gould’s third book in the Jumper series, the YouTube Originals show stars Maddie Hasson as a teen girl from a small town in upstate New York who discovers she has teleportation powers.
Five new movies open in wide release on Friday including a Soderbergh thriller, a Bella Thorne Y.A. romance, another Christian movie and the animated Sherlock Gnomes.
The star of The Blair Witch Project and Humpday talks about woring on Soderbergh’s latest low-budget thriller, starring Claire Foy, his next film as director and even a possible Humpday sequel!
Deadpool faces off against Josh Brolin’s Cable in the sequel, and he puts together the mutant superteam X-Force that includes Zazie Beets as Domino and Terry Crews.
The creator of Starz’s Spartacus series and showrunner for the first season of Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix talks about following Guillermo del Toro on the giant robot (and monster) sequel.
Directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville (20 Feet from Stardom, the Focus Features doc looks at the life and career of the beloved children’s television host.
Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Rashida Jones, Isla Fisher, Leslie Bibb, Hannibal Buress, Jon Hamm and Jeremy Renner star in the comedy opening on June 15.
Directed by Stefano Sollima, the sequel to the 2015 crime-thriller will be released on June 29 with Josh Brolin also returning.
The director of Moonlight Mile and Land of the Lost returns with his first feature film in almost nine years with Kingsley playing a war criminal who befriends a maid.
The Brazilian filmmaker behind Elite Squad and Robocop goes back in time to document the ’77 Air France hijack that had many nations on edge.
The faith-based drama based on a popular Christian song came out just ahead of Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time over the weekend, while Tomb Raider disappointed in second place.
East Coast Editor Edward Douglas takes an early look at the box office prospects of what should be one of the year’s biggest blockbusters, and whether it will it do as well or better than Black Panther.
Steven Soderbergh’s Unsane , out next week, and John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place are two examples of filmmakers you wouldn’t expect to play in the horror playground finding it to be a great way to connect with moviegoers.
The directorial debut by visual FX artist Matthew Santoro (Fantastic Four) stars Ron Eldard as a man who gains superpowers after being the subject of a mad scientist’s experiments.
Faith-based film I Can Only Imagine might pull off a surprise fourth place win over Fox’s Love, Simon, as both receive positive responses from audiences.
Johnson’s third movie with Central Intelligence and Skyscraper director Rawson Marshall Thurber will come out in the summer of 2020, but the Sundance hit will be released this summer.
The film, which just premiered at SXSW and opens in select cities and On Demand April 13, also stars Brad Dourif (the voice of Chucky in Child’s Play) and Liv Tyler.
The Cumberbatch drama will be the first of Showtime’s original scripted series to air on Saturday night, following other cable networks taking advantage of the lack of network viewing options.
Written by writing partners Leon Hendrix and Ajani Jackson, the script is set in 1960s Chicago and deals with an attempt to destroy the Civil Rights movement from the inside.
Original series creator Mitchell Kriegman and Melissa Joan Hart are both in active negotiations to revive the show that ran for five seasons in the early ’90s. Hart went on to star and even direct the original Sabrina, The Teen Witch.