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Most directors wouldn’t follow up a best picture Oscar victory with a children’s movie produced by and distributed on a new streaming service. But that’s exactly what Tom McCarthy did after “Spotlight,” his powerful 2015 drama about sex abuse in the Catholic Church, became an awards season darling. His latest feature, “Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were […]

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Categories: festivals, news, disney plus, matt damon, sundance film festival, timmy failure: mistakes were made, tom mccarthy

Director Ian Rickson has had success with Chekhov in the past. His exquisitely balanced, tragicomic production of “The Seagull” (2007 in London, 2008 on Broadway) was well-nigh flawless with, among others, Kristin Scott Thomas as painfully vulnerable as she was startlingly funny. Sadly, with his production of “Uncle Vanya,” despite felicities in the casting, lightning […]

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Categories: reviews, ian rickson, richard armitage, the seagull, toby jones, uncle vanya

On Thursday night in Park City, Utah, the 2020 Sundance Film Festival opened with the premiere of the highly anticipated Taylor Swift documentary, “Miss Americana.” During a Q&A after the film ended — and received a standing ovation from the audience at the Eccles Theater — Swift said she had enlisted director Lana Wilson for […]

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Categories: news, miss americana, sundance film festival, taylor swift

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The Annies, started by animation organization ASIFA-Hollywood nearly 50 years ago as a dinner to honor toon veterans Max and Dave Fleischer, has today morphed into a major awards season event, honoring achievements in 32 categories as well as a number of juried kudos. “We keep growing every year,” says Frank Gladstone, executive director of […]

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Categories: spotlight, annies, asifa-hollywood

Though she just recently ended her longterm, high-profile relationship with New York governor Andrew Cuomo, but Sandra Lee is already bouncing back nicely, treating herself to a multimillion-dollar home in the coveted celebrity enclave of Malibu, Calif. Last November, the veteran Food Network star quietly spooned out $3.38 million for her new West Coast Shangri-La, […]

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Categories: entertainers, performers, compass, malibu, pinnacle estate properties

The numbers for “The Irishman” are staggering: 108 shooting days, 117 locations, 319 scenes, 160 actors, in a story spanning 50 years. “I must say, it was no small feat,” laughs Emma Tillinger Koskoff, who is Oscar-nominated for the film, as well as for “Joker.” “Irishman” is the story of Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) […]

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Categories: spotlight, emma tillinger koskoff, martin scorsese, the irishman


SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched the second season of “Shrill,” streaming now on Hulu. While the first season of Hulu’s “Shrill” culminated in its protagonist Annie (Aidy Bryant) declaring, “Hello, I’m Fat” in a rogue article she posted on her employer’s website, the second season leans away from discussing […]

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Categories: features, news, ali rushfield, shrill


Elyse Steinberg, one of the co-directors of the new documentary “The Fight,” was inspired to learn more about the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) shortly after Donald Trump moved into in the White House. “Seven days into Trump’s presidency,” she recalls, after the travel ban in Muslim-majority countries was issued in January 2017, “I joined […]

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Categories: festivals, news, aclu, kerry washington, sundance film festival, the fight

There’s no warning, apart from knowledge that this is about a terrorist attack. You don’t see the two masked terrorists, just their guns. The sound of a hot from the automatic rifle, just peeping into frame, takes viewers unawares, coming as it does before the credit crawl is done, and is packed with a sonic […]

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Categories: global, goteborg film festival




STX’s Matthew McConaughey crime comedy “The Gentlemen” has opened with a moderate $725,000 at 1,885 North American locations on Thursday night. Horror thriller “The Turning” launched with $425,000 at 2,200 sites on Thursday night. The movie, based on Henry James’ 1898 novella “The Turn of the Screw,” stars Mackenzie Davis, Finn Wolfhard and Brooklynn Prince. […]

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Categories: box office, news, bad boys for life, the gentlemen, the turning








The Truth Hurts hitmaker has been targeted by critics who claim she's alienating black audiences with her music.

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Earlier this month, the singer took to Instagram to claim she was "knocked up".

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Fifty years ago, over the course of three days, the Woodstock festival changed pop culture forever with unexpectedly massive crowds and iconic performances from some of the biggest acts of the day. So, in honor of the festival’s golden anniversary, we’re taking a look back at how things came together — and why we’re still talking about it today.

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“Through Her Eyes” is a weekly half-hour show hosted by human rights activist Zainab Salbi that explores contemporary issues from a female perspective. Queen Latifah has a straightforward message on racism: “We’re America. “People need to be educated, because they need to understand that we have all contributed to the success of the United States of America.

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TRL fave Bazzi brought all the realness to Times Square. After gushing about being a fan of his biggest supporters BTS, the 20-year-old also fessed up about some of the toxic behavior from his past that he mentions on his single “Why?”. Every Day stars Debby Ryan, Angourie Rice and Owen Teague also joined him... Read more »

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