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‘Black Panther’ Flies to $100 Million-Plus 2nd Weekend

‘Black Panther’ Flies to $100 Million-Plus 2nd Weekend “Black Panther” is facing little competition at the box office this weekend, as it charges towards a new record for the best pre-summer second weekend in box office history. After making $28 million ...

Netflix, Matt Reeves To Win Auction For Matthew Baker Futuristic Short Story ‘Life Sentence’

Netflix, Matt Reeves To Win Auction For Matthew Baker Futuristic Short Story ‘Life Sentence’ Exclusive: Netflix is closing a deal for Life Sentence, the short story by Matthew Baker, sources said. Matt Reeves and his 6th & Idaho banner will develop the project as producers. Reeves, who’ll ...

Octavia Spencer, Isabela Moner Join Mark Wahlberg’s ‘Instant Family’

Octavia Spencer, Isabela Moner Join Mark Wahlberg’s ‘Instant Family’ Octavia Spencer, Isabela Moner, Tig Notaro, Iliza Shlesinger, and Tom Segura have joined Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne in the Paramount comedy “Instant Family.” Wahlberg and Byrne will play a couple ...

Gaspar Noé Returns: New Film ‘Psyché’ Is Described As A Drug-Induced ‘Plunge Into Hell’

Gaspar Noé Returns: New Film ‘Psyché’ Is Described As A Drug-Induced ‘Plunge Into Hell’ Gaspar Noé, the infamous cinema provocateur behind films like “Irreversible” and “Enter the Void,” is readying his return to the big screen. Government funding group Tax Shelter Belgium (via The ...

‘Black Panther’ Dashes Past $520M Worldwide, Eyes $190M+ Second Global Weekend

‘Black Panther’ Dashes Past $520M Worldwide, Eyes $190M+ Second Global Weekend Friday Update: Disney/Marvel’s Black Panther rang up $27.6M around the world yesterday, with its $14.3M domestic take making it the best Thursday ever for a Marvel Cinematic Universe title, eclipsing ...

Tim Blake Nelson Boards ‘Angel Has Fallen’

Tim Blake Nelson Boards ‘Angel Has Fallen’ Exclusive: Tim Blake Nelson is set to co-star in Angel Has Fallen, the next installment in the Olympus Has Fallen series starring Gerard Butler as Secret Service Agent Mike Banning and Morgan Freeman ...

Alex Garland Reveals Another Possible Adaptation of ‘The Beach’ Is in the Works

Alex Garland Reveals Another Possible Adaptation of ‘The Beach’ Is in the Works Alex Garland has become an exciting filmmaker in his own right with his directorial debut Ex Machina and his second film, the buzzworthy Annihilation, but Garland has been working as a writer for a ...

Box Office: ‘Game Night’ Edges ‘Annihilation’ With $1 Million Opening

Box Office: ‘Game Night’ Edges ‘Annihilation’ With $1 Million Opening New Line’s R-rated comedy “Game Night” has opened with $1 million in Thursday night previews in North America, while Paramount’s sci-fi thriller “Annihilation” took in $900,000 from approximately ...

Berlin: 'Profile' Wins Panorama Audience Award

Berlin: 'Profile' Wins Panorama Audience Award Timur Bekmambetov's Profile, a thriller about a European journalist who goes undercover as a Jihadi bride for Isis, has won the Panorama Audience Award at the Berlin International Film Festival. The ...

Watch: Letitia Wright Freestyles in Costume While Winston Duke Beatboxes on the Set of ‘Black Panther’

There are so many wonderful things to talk about with Black Panther that every day I think, “Oh! I want to mention that!” Today, it’s about showing love to two of the movie’s breakout stars, Letitia ...

‘Batgirl’: Who Should Direct Warner Bros.’ Solo Superhero Film? | Poll

In case you missed it, Joss Whedon recently exited the writer/director's chair of Warner Bros.' Batgirl pic because he "didn't have a story." That's the party line, at least. Whedon had been at work ...

See How Gary Oldman Transformed into Winston Churchill in ‘Darkest Hour’ Behind-the-Scenes Video

Period dramas don’t usually light up the internet while they’re in production, but Darkest Hour was a unique case due to the insane physical transformation of lead actor (and current Best Actor Oscar ...

This Week in Animation: Ray Liotta to Guest Star on ‘The Simpsons’ as Moe’s Dad

In This Week in Animation News, I’ll take a look at the previous week in the world of animation in order to get you caught up on everything you might have missed. It’s your one-stop shop for news ...

Olympic Figure Skating Resurrects ‘Moulin Rouge’ and Baz Luhrmann Is Loving It (Exclusive)

Olympic Figure Skating Resurrects ‘Moulin Rouge’ and Baz Luhrmann Is Loving It (Exclusive) Baz Luhrmann is nowhere near South Korea at the moment, but you could be forgiven for thinking that he had a hand in the winter Olympics. A good part of it is playing out as a tribute to his 2001 ...

In the Aisles review – Toni Erdmann star graces engrossing workplace drama

Sandra Hüller shines in an intriguing fable about a giant supermarket, in which she plays a sweet counter manager with a fondness for a forklift driver. Sandra Hüller is the German actress who found ...

Berlin: ‘In The Aisles’, ‘Theatre Of War’, ‘Profile’ Scoop Early Prizes

As the Berlin Film Festival draws to a close, prizes are rolling out across the vast array of sections and titles. The main Golden and Silver Bears will come this evening, but in the meantime the ...

Teenagers Are About to Conquer the World, and Netflix Saw It Coming

If you are looking for hope in bleak times right now, brace yourself for Jahi Di’allo Winston, who plays Luke in Netflix’s new teen dramedy “Everything Sucks.” “The truth of the matter is, a country ...

‘Museum’ Starring Gael Garcia Bernal Is An Endlessly Entertaining Heist Story [Berlin Review]

One of the perks of the film festival model is its ability to nurture talented filmmakers. These potential auteurs work their way up from selective short film programs to sidebars, hoping to ...

Berlin Film Review: ‘Songwriter’

Berlin Film Review: ‘Songwriter’ “For fans only” is a standard phrase critics use to briskly dispatch all manner of rockumentaries, though it’s so much a burn as a simple statement of the obvious. Who else but Ed Sheeran fans, after ...

‘Luke Cage,’ ‘Power,’ and More Show Bosses Discuss Why TV Diversity is Low: ‘You Hire What’s Comfortable’

For some of the minds behind the shows working hardest to depict African-American points-of-view today, it wasn’t diversity that now created proper representation on screen: It was different ...

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