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Marvel’s game-changer should remain #1 for a couple weeks, but the Jason Bateman-Rachel McAdams comedy stands a better chance at second place than Natalie Portman’s sci-fi thriller.
The director of Let Us Prey talks about his period ghost story starring Charlotte Vega, Bill Milner and Eugene Simon, and the difficulties of being a working director in Ireland.
T.J. Miller’s Erlich Bachman is gone, but Thomas Middleditch and the rest of the gang still seem to be facing an uphill battle to turn Pied Piper into a profitable company.
Netflix will release the acclaimed Sundance award-winning film starring Chanté Adams on March 23.
Bleecker Street will release the period drama starring the three-time Oscar nominee and adapted by Ian McEwan from his own 2007 novel on May 18.
Leto plays a soldier imprisoned in Japan following WWII who gets involved with the Japanese crime world in the new film from Land of Mine director Martin Zandvliet.
The writers of Horrible Bosses and directors of the Vacation remake talk about trying to mix genres and how they cast some of the more unlikely roles like the one played by Jesse Plemons.
Producer Mike Medavoy and Towne had been trying to turn Crumley’s novel into a film for TriStar, but they’re now retooling it for an hour-long cable pilot.
The writer of Skull: Kong Island will do rewrites on Rodriguez’s own original script with distributor Studio 8 hoping to turn it into a franchise.
The animated take on Jack London’s classic tale of fiction and the psychological thriller starring Andrea Riseborough are both expected to be released this year.
Marvel’s game-changing movie made more in its opening weekend than both Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: Civil War, and it set a new Monday record by grossing $40.2 million.
DeKalb Elementary, The Eleven O’Clock, My Nephew Emmett, The Silent Child and Watu Woke (All of Us) are all good, but which one is likely to win the Oscar in this extremely tough category?
Martin McDonagh’s won five BAFTAs including Best Film, Best British Film and for its Original Screenplay, while Guillermo del Toro’s earned three including Best Director.
The Oscar-nominated superstar hasn’t made a studio film since 2013’s animated The Croods, so is there a way for Cage to climb his way back to the top of the ladder?
Ali Soozandeh’s first film to get a U.S. theatrical release deals with a number of interlocking stories dealing with the antiquated religious beliefs in Iran that hold women back, while male dominance and sexism thrives.
Eisenberg will play legendary French mime Marcel Marceau who helped the French Resistance rescue thousands of French children by taking them to safety in Switzerland.
Both Aardman’s animated Early Man and Pure Flix’s Samson bombed badly going up against the dominant Marvel Studios movie.
Adapted from the Hugo-winning short story by Lawrence Watt-Evans by Steve Desmond and Michael Sherman (ORB) , the premise involves a diner where travelers from parallel universes converge.
The Keira Knightley period drama Collette and Hilary Swank’s What They Had, both which premiered at Sundance, seem to be getting aligned for possible awards pushes.
That Thursday opening puts it ahead of Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War, which introduced Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther two years ago and could see it grossing more than $200 million over the holiday weekend.
In the film from Adam Rifkin, the 81-year-old Reynolds plays an aging Hollywood star invited to receive a Lifetime Achievement award from a small film festival in Nashville.
Or maybe it will just be another Marvel movie that makes a ton of money because all Marvel movies do. There are other movies opening this weekend, too, but does anyone even care?
The indie rom-com stars Zosia Mamet (HBO’s Girls) as a young woman who moves back to New York and inadvertently rents an apartment in the same building as her ex-boyfriend.
Starring David Oyelowo, Charlize Theron, Joel Edgerton and Sharlto Copley, the comedy takes place in the world of medical cannabis. It will be released nationwide on March 9.