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'Reservoir Dogs' at 25: Quentin Tarantino and Cast Reveal Little-Known Facts at Tribeca Reunion
Quentin Tarantino and surviving cast of 'Reservoir Dogs' reminisce after a 25-year anniversary screening at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.read more
Cannes: French Cinema Producers Union Supports Netflix's Festival Inclusion
'Okja' and 'The Meyerowitz Stories' are in the official selection as Netflix explores limiated day-and-date release in France.read more
'Gook' Director Justin Chon Reflects on L.A. Riots: "In ’92, Everybody Was Angry"
The filmmaker and star’s Sundance award-winning drama depicts the events of April 29, 1992 through the eyes of a Korean shop owner and the young
Luc Besson Calls French Presidential Candidate Marine Le Pen a "Scammer"
In a lengthy post, the 'Valerian' director called the far-right candidate out on her policies ahead of the May 7 election. read more
Seth Rogen, The Lonely Island Hint at Movie About Musical Festival That Goes "Horribly Wrong"
Following the disastrous news surrounding the Fyre Festival on Friday, the filmmakers tweeted about a project they have been working on with a very si
Robert Downey Jr.'s 'Doctor Dolittle' Moves Release to Avoid 'Star Wars'
The film has been pushed forward a month to accommodate the sci-fi juggernaut.read more
Glaser Weil Conflict to be Reconsidered in Tupac Biopic Lawsuit
An L.A. Superiour Court judge will have to take a closer look at the relationship between the current lawsuit and an earlier arbitration.read more
Snoop Dogg Debuts Autobiographical Hip-Hop Film 'COOLAID: The Movie'
The movie is a reflection of Snoop's latest record, also called 'COOLAID.'read more
New Robert Zemeckis Movie Gets November Release Date
Steve Carell is set to star in the story about a man who turns to his imagination to cope with a trauma. read more
'Logan': Black and White Version Coming to Theaters in May
"To make a great B&W version of a film, the whole thing's gotta be regraded & timed shot by shot," director James Mangold tweeted.read more
'Guardians of the Galaxy 2': It's Time to Rethink All of Stan Lee's Marvel Cameos
What if the comic book legend isn't what he seems?read more
Tom Shadyac to Direct Wrongful Imprisonment Film 'Brian Banks'
The project centers on the promising high-school football player who was falsely accused of rape and ultimately exonerated.read more
How Fyre Festival Might Influence Seth Rogen and Lonely Island’s New Movie
Seth Rogen and The Lonely Island's new film bears a striking similarity to Fyre Festival. What can they learn from the highly-publicized disaster?
The Handmaid’s Tale Character Guide
The first three episodes of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale have arrived, introducing Elisabeth Moss as Offred, along with several other key characters.
15 Final Fantasy Characters Who Almost Looked Completely Different
Some of the most iconic Final Fantasy characters had the most bizarre original designs.
Game of Thrones: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Backs Jaime Killing Cersei Fan Theory
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau supports a long-standing Game of Thrones theory that Jaime will kill Cersei, suggesting history may repeat itself in season 7.
Naruto: The 16 Most Heartbreaking Moments
Masashi Kishimoto's legendary Naruto franchise contained a huge number of highly emotional scenes, but these left the biggest impression.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Clip: Star-Lord First Meets Ego
Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord meets his father, Kurt Russell's Ego, in a brand new clip from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Napoleon Dynamite: Where Are They Now?
Your mom goes to college, but where did the stars of Napoleon Dynamite end up?
Twin Peaks Season 3 Teaser Contains New Footage of the Town
Famous locations from the town of Twin Peaks are featured in a new teaser for Showtime's revival of the David Lynch series.
Chris Pratt’s Son’s Favorite Superhero Is Spider-Man, Not Star-Lord
The 4-year-old son of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star Chris Pratt apparently likes Spider-Man a lot better than Star-Lord.
15 Hated Mario Kart Items That Always Make You Scream
The best thing about Mario Kart is that nothing bad can happen to you when you're in first place. Nope, nothing at all!
The Dark Tower Trailer Officially Rated; Finally Arriving Soon
The long-awaited trailer for Sony's The Dark Tower, starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey, has been rated and should arrive soon.
15 Side Characters In Movies And TV… That Should Have Been The Leads
Some movies and TV shows would have been a lot better if the lead characters and side characters had swapped roles.
HOUNDS OF LOVE (2017) Movie Trailer 2: Ashleigh Cummings is Captured by Serial Killers
Hounds of Love Trailer 2 and Poster Ben Young‘s Hounds of Love (2017) movie trailer 2 and movie poster stars Emma Booth, Ashleigh Cumming
The Animation Podcast Ep. 80: Annecy, THE LION KING (2019), FROZEN 2
The Animation Podcast Ep. 80 The Animation Podcast is a weekly podcast news show that looks into the latest news in the animation industry, hos
Weekend Superhero: BATMAN Revitalized by Tom King
Weekend Superhero: Batman Comics are the Best They’ve Been in Years Let’s shift gears this week to the comic book world of, well, c
GIFTED: Stan Lee To Cameo In FOX Series
Bryan Singer Confirms Stan Lee Will Cameo In Fox’s Gifted X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer says that legendary Marvel Comics write
THE BLACKLIST: Season 4, Episode 19: Dr. Bogdan Krilov Trailer [NBC]
The Blacklist Dr. Bogdan Krilov Trailer NBC‘s The Blacklist: Season 4, Episode 19: Dr. Bogdan Krilov TV Show Trailer stars
TV Review: THE BLACKLIST: Season 4, Episode 18: Philomena (No. 61) [NBC]
The Blacklist Philomena (No. 61) Review The Blacklist: Season 4, Episode 18: Philomena (No. 61) blows open an exciting new chapter of
Film Review: I AM HEATH LEDGER (2017): A Brilliant Tribute Celebrating the Life of an Artist [Tribeca 2017]
I Am Heath Ledger Review I Am Heath Ledger (2017) Film Review from the 16th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, a movie directed by Adrian Buitenhuis
Now In-Theater: April 28, 2017: THE CIRCLE, SLEIGHT, BAAHUBALI 2: THE CONCLUSION
Now In-Theater: April 28, 2017 The motion pictures now in-theater are from various Hollywood and independent movie studios. Some of the films a
The Complete Works Ep. 38: Nicolas Cage – WINDTALKERS (2002)
The Complete Works is an in-depth, introspective, and, quite frankly, insane idea – FilmBook contributor Mike Smith and his co-host Mike
The Bottom Line: April 28, 2016: Time Is A Flat CIRCLE
The Bottom Line: April 28th, 2017 Quick Takes – Will Tom Hanks and Emma Watson shoot The Circle to the top of the box office? F
THE CROSSING (2017) Short Film: The Prologue to ALIEN: COVENANT Connects Film to PROMETHEUS
Alien: Covenant Short Film The Crossing Ridley Scott‘s The Crossing (2017) short film stars Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender. The
TV Review: OUTCAST: Season 2, Episode 4: The One I’d Be Waiting For [Cinemax]
Outcast: The One I’d Be Waiting For Review Cinemax’s Outcast, season 2, episode 4, ‘The One I’d Be Waiti
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Seth Rogen, Lonely Island Making Fyre Festival-Like Film
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'Casting JonBenet': Inside Unconventional Doc About Unsolved Child Murder
Justin Timberlake on Jonathan Demme: 'You Made Me Better At My Craft'
20 Most Essential Jonathan Demme Movies
David Byrne Remembers 'Incredibly Generous' Jonathan Demme
Peter Travers on Jonathan Demme: The Movies' Great Humanist
M. Night Shyamalan, Bruce Willis to Reunite for 'Unbreakable' Sequel
Why Jonathan Demme Was One of the Greatest Concert Movie Directors Ever
Jonathan Demme, 'Silence of the Lambs' and 'Philadelphia' Director, Dead at 73
Disney Schedules Release Dates for 'Star Wars' Films, 'Frozen 2'
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Norman T. Hatch, Who Filmed Grisly World War II Combat, Dies at 96
He won a 1945 Academy Award for vivid documentary footage of combat between the United States and Japan on Tarawa Atoll.
As Hollywood Writers’ Contract Ends, Studios Are More Vulnerable
By Tuesday, TV and movie writers could create the entertainment industry’s first major work stoppage in a decade. But differences between the bu
On DVD: Witches, Beasts, Sorcerers: The Gothic Horror of Michael Reeves
As a director, Reeves specialized in a florid brand of British gothic. And Ken Russell paid homage to that style.
Review: Eugenio Derbez as Just a Gigolo in ‘How to Be a Latin Lover’
In this good-natured comedy, the Mexican actor and comedian has been dumped and has to settle for real life.
Cate Blanchett to Star in ‘All About Eve’ in London
This stage version of the 1950 film, which will be adapted and directed by Ivo van Hove, is planned for the West End in spring 2018.
Tribeca Film Festival’s Top Awards Go to Female Filmmakers
The women each won $20,000 for their work, while an Iranian who won best short couldn’t accept in person and blamed “Mr. Trump’s fas
This Week’s Movies: April 28, 2017
Critics review “The Circle,” “Casting JonBenet” and “Obit" for The New York Times.
Review: ‘Casting JonBenet’ Revisits a 1996 Murder
In a conceptual exercise, actors audition for roles in the celebrated case as a way of showing how people are still preoccupied by it.
Review: In ‘The Circle,’ Click Here if You Think You’re Being Watched
Emma Watson and Tom Hanks star in this adaptation of a Dave Eggers novel that explores surveillance-state threats.
An Artist Who Talks Fast but Makes Meditative Films
Korakrit Arunanondchai’s multimedia work includes a man-sized rat suit, a grandmother’s possessions and thoughts on extinction.
Review: Lovingly Tending the Livestock in ‘Boone’
A documentary observes life — births, milking and vegetable picking — on a goat farm in Oregon.
Review: Rami Malek as a Drifter With a Past in ‘Buster’s Mal Heart’
Mr. Malek, of “Mr. Robot,” heads for the hills of Montana as a man fleeing a soul-deadening job and the burdens of modern life.
L.A. Times - Movie News
New video: 'I Am Not Your Negro' a showcase of James Baldwin’s challenge to America
New on Blu-ray “I Am Not Your Negro” (Magnolia DVD, $26.98; Blu-ray, $29.98; also available on VOD) One of the most popular documentaries
Tribeca Film Festival: Five new VR projects you need to know
Hillary Clinton had come to talk about elephants. But she reserved some enthusiasm for a brewing technological revolution too. “This virtual rea
A gold-plated healthcare plan lies at the center of a dispute between writers and major studios
When Hollywood writers went on strike in 1973, they were agitating for something new -- the creation of a health plan that would offer comprehensive c
Star-studded 'How to Be a Latin Lover' delivers broad laughs in two languages
An A-lister in his native Mexico, Eugenio Derbez has yet to break into the American mainstream. However, “How to Be a Latin Lover” may be
Why 'Sleight's' J.D. Dillard could become the next indie filmmaker to vault to Hollywood's big leagues
For years, as he was banging it out as an aspiring writer-director, J.D. Dillard would fantasize about someday watching his first feature film with an
'Look what happens when we don't talk to each other': Korean American filmmakers' L.A. riots stories
Korean American filmmakers on the lasting impact that the violent, race-fueled LA Riots had on generations to come, and how they've written their per
Autism romance 'Keep the Change' is top winner at Tribeca Film Festival
The Tribeca Film Festival has given its top U.S. narrative jury prize to Rachel Israel's "Keep the Change," a love story about and starring people
You may need AP physics to keep up with mind-bending sci-fi thriller 'Displacement'
Writer-director-editor Kenneth Mader’s sci-fi thriller “Displacement” is certainly ambitious. But for anyone unfamiliar with physics
Action-crime flick 'Black Rose' recycles Arnold and '80s cliches
Remember “Red Heat,” the blah 1988 Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle about the culture clash that ensues when a Russian policeman comes to Ame
4 Latino stereotypes in TV and film that need to go
Four Latino stereotypes in movies and TV that it's time to do away with.
Latino stereotypes still thrive in film and TV. Here are four it's time to bust
Four Latino stereotypes in movies and TV that it's time to do away with.
Eugenio Derbez shares 'How to Be a Latin Lover' and still break stereotypes
Eugenio Derbez is an icon in his home country of Mexico, known for countless popular films and television shows. But here in the U.S., Derbez often wa
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The Bizarre Purchases John Boyega Made With His Star Wars Money
In addition to worldwide fame, John Boyega got some coin in his pocket thanks to his role in the Star Wars universe. Turns out that he has some...uniq
Reservoir Dog’s Most Iconic Scene Was Actually Improvised
It turns out that one of Reservoir Dogs' most iconic moments was actually improvised on the spot by the actors. Get the details!
Which Movies Inspired War For The Planet Of The Apes, According To Matt Reeves
Director Matt Reeves drew a lot of inspiration from several classic films to round out Caesar's story in War for the Planet of the Apes. Hit the jump
New Valerian Poster Has Aliens, Space Weapons, And Rihanna
A new poster for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets has all of the science fiction goodness that you could possibly want. Check it out to see
Watch Chris Pratt Solve A Rubik's Cube In The Middle Of An Interview
A press tour for a blockbuster movie is already grueling enough, but try attempting to solve a Rubik's Cube in the middle of an interview. Chris Prat
Liev Schreiber Was Originally Supposed To Be In Logan
Liev Schreiber played Sabretooth in the maligned X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but the character almost had a second chance at redemption in the acclaimed
Kevin Feige Has Confirmed One Popular MCU Fan Theory
MCU fans are going to be very excited, because one massively popular fan theory has just been confirmed.
How Furious 7 Was Originally Supposed To End, According To The Writer
Before Paul Walker's tragic death, Furious 7 was supposed to end differently for Brian O'Connor and the gang.
The Actual Amount Wonder Woman Has Spent On Marketing So Far
Wonder Woman is five weeks away from release, and the amount it has spent on marketing so far has been disclosed.
4 Great Emma Watson Movies You Probably Haven't Seen
Does The Circle not tickle your fancy? Here are four great Emma Watson films you should watch instead that demonstrate why she's a great actress.
When Logan Fans Can See That Black And White Version In Theaters
After teasing it in early March, director James Mangold has finally announced when fans can first see the black and white cut of Logan.
Michael Bay Recreated And Destroyed A Famous Monument For The Last Knight
Michael Bay loves explosions, and for Transformers: The Last Knight, he poured a lot of time and effort to recreate a historical landmark only to blow
5 things to binge-watch this weekend: Tom Hanks edition
America’s dad is back.
Bruce Springsteen, Tom Hanks pay tribute to Jonathan Demme at Tribeca
The musician and actor both won Oscars for Demme's 1993 HIV/AIDS drama 'Philadelphia.'
Chris Pratt's fatherly advice: 'Don't be a line-order cook'
The 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star's kids will be having what he's having.
Chris Pratt's got advice for parents
Chris Pratt shared pearls of parenting wisdom alongside his fictional father Kurt Russell in 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.' &n
Hollywood's Creative Coalition launches ad campaign against Trump arts cuts
Entertainment industry's pro-arts lobbyist group promotes 'Right to Bear Arts.'
Exclusive trailer: 'The Circle'
USA TODAY premieres the new trailer for ‘The Circle,’ starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks and based on Dave Eggers’ best-selling nove
The best critic slams of 'The Circle'
The new tech thriller starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks is getting panned by critics. We rounded up the best bad reviews. &n
Roman Polanski's latest movie added to Cannes Film Festival
Oscar-winning filmmaker and fugitive from justice is headed back to Cannes Film Festival.
Weinstein prevails, new teen trans film nabs PG-13 rating
The MPAA had originally given '3 Generations' an R rating.
Vin Diesel promises Groot spinoff movie would be so huge
Groot vs. Hulk on film? Could it happen?
Who does Vin Diesel prefer, Groot or Baby Groot?
Vin Diesel hints that this may not even be Groot's final form in the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' universe.
Jodie Foster, Justin Timberlake and more mourn director Jonathan Demme
Fellow directors and actors pay tribute to the man who could "do anything."
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