From Rocketman to Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time In Hollywood, here are the most exciting films making their debut at 2019’s Cannes Film Festival.
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Although generally regarded as bad films with bad actors, teen rom-coms and the actors that play in them are—and may always be—culturally relevant.
Nine friends and I play the Game of Thrones Live or Die pool. Here are the pool rules and my picks for who lives and dies in the eighth and final season of HBO’s epic fantasy saga.
Missing Link, the latest release from stop-motion masters Laika, probably won’t save the company from its financial demise.
In a shifting media landscape, has the bad boy of film and television worn out his welcome or just evolved over time?
From Joker to the It sequel, here’s our dream list of CinemaCon announcements and reveals.
2019 for Disney will be one for the history books, with plenty of massive films that will bring a yearly gross Hollywood has never seen before.
Diversity, equality, and representation start with giving everyone opportunities to make art.
Hulu’s new comedy Shrill moves the needle towards more representation of real women on television in the best of ways.
Fox 2000 is the first casualty of the Disney-Fox merger deal. This may also signal the first sign of doom for mid-budget films.
It has been a long journey towards diversity and equality in the MCU. Here is where we’ve come from, where we are now, and what can still be done.
Jordan Peele’s Us kicks off Universal Pictures’ 2019 slate of original ideas, but could a lack of sequels backfire?
Despite the show’s good intentions and moderate success at breaking down barriers, it has yet to break down some major stereotypes.
The studio behind Vice and If Beale Street Could Talk has suffered such financial losses that they’re in desperate need of a box office success.
Cary Fukunaga’s upcoming Bond 25 film will be Daniel Craig’s last outing as the iconic British spy. Here are seven things we want to see in his last hurrah.