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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Sound Mixer Gregg Rudloff Dies at 63

Gregg Rudloff, who won Academy Awards for sound mixing “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “The Matrix,” and “Glory” and was nominated four other times, died in Los Angeles on Jan. 6. He was 63. Rudloff was nominated for an Oscar for “American Sniper,” Best Picture winner “Argo,”...

Why So Many Feminist-Leaning Movies Now?

Call it a pink wave if you must. But there’s no denying that a bunch of feminist-leaning movies are vying for Hollywood’s biggest trophies this awards season. From animated superhero mom Elastigirl, leaving her husband and kids behind to fight crime in “Incredibles...

‘Barbie’ Film Moves Ahead as Warner Bros. Closes Deal With Mattel

Warner Bros. and Mattel have partnered to bring Barbie to the big screen. Margot Robbie is set to portray the live-action version of the iconic doll. “This project is a great start to our partnership with Ynon and Mattel Films,” said Toby Emmerich, chairman of Warner...

Diane Keaton’s Comedy ‘Poms’ Set for Mother’s Day Weekend

STXfilms will release its senior-citizen cheerleader comedy “Poms,” starring Diane Keaton, Jacki Weaver, and Pam Grier, on May 10 over Mother’s Day weekend in the U.S. STX bought domestic rights for the movie at the American Film Market in November. Zara Hayes...

Tim Robbins and Anne Hathaway Join Todd Haynes’ DuPont Film

Anne Hathaway and Tim Robbins are set to co-star opposite Mark Ruffalo in Participant’s untitled legal drama focused on the scandal revolving around the DuPont chemical company. Bill Camp, Victor Garber, Mare Winningham, William Jackson Harper, and Bill Pullman round...

‘Barbie’ Film Moves Ahead as Warner Bros. Closes Deal With Mattel

Warner Bros. and Mattel have partnered to bring Barbie to the big screen. Margot Robbie is set to...

Diane Keaton’s Comedy ‘Poms’ Set for Mother’s Day Weekend

STXfilms will release its senior-citizen cheerleader comedy “Poms,” starring Diane Keaton, Jacki...

Tim Robbins and Anne Hathaway Join Todd Haynes’ DuPont Film

Anne Hathaway and Tim Robbins are set to co-star opposite Mark Ruffalo in Participant’s untitled...

Can ‘The Upside,’ ‘A Dog’s Way Home’ Dethrone ‘Aquaman’?

Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston have a Herculean task this weekend: Taking on “Aquaman.” Hart and...

Kevin Hart’s ‘The Upside’ Opens With $1.1 Million in Preview Showings

Kevin Hart-Bryan Cranston’s comedy-drama “The Upside” has launched with a moderate $1.1 million at...

Why So Many Feminist-Leaning Movies Now?

Call it a pink wave if you must. But there’s no denying that a bunch of feminist-leaning movies are vying for Hollywood’s biggest trophies this awards season. From animated superhero mom Elastigirl, leaving her husband and kids behind to fight crime in “Incredibles...

Tim Robbins and Anne Hathaway Join Todd Haynes’ DuPont Film

Anne Hathaway and Tim Robbins are set to co-star opposite Mark Ruffalo in Participant’s untitled legal drama focused on the scandal revolving around the DuPont chemical company. Bill Camp, Victor Garber, Mare Winningham, William Jackson Harper, and Bill Pullman round...

21 Movies Coming In 2019 We cant wait for

1. Glass When does it come out? January 18 Why we're excited:This unexpected film from M. Night Shyamalan brings together the iconic characters from two of his previous movies: Unbreakable and Split . You can expect a combination of action and psychological thriller...

Movie, TV and Music Stars We Lost in 2018

Every year, the Oscars, Emmys and Grammys must choose which notable performers and creators to memorialize in their In Memoriam segments, and the three organizations will have many talented entertainers to remember at 2019’s ceremonies. The past year saw the loss of...

Lady Gaga Kicks Off a Very Good Romance With Vegas

Some Oscar campaigns are way better than others. Mind you, it’s probably just the luck of the clock that “Lady Gaga Enigma,” the highly spectacular, long-in-the-works show that opened Friday night in Las Vegas, happens to be kicking off in the heart of awards season....

2019 Most Anticipated Movies

It seems like 2019 will be the year of sequels, adaptations, and reboots, but with “Avengers: Endgame” and “The Lion King” on the horizon, we’re not complaining. Cinematic storytelling and special effects have never been stronger, so whether it’s family-friendly fare...

2018 Box Office Game Changers

How successful has the 2018 box office been? Let us count the ways. The movie business is on track to hit a global record, and for the first time in a while, North America is to thank. After being diagnosed with severe cases of sequelitis and franchise fatigue,...

Review: ‘Vice’

From Richard Nixon to Ronald Reagan to Donald Trump, the leaders of right-wing Republican politics have tended to be fire-breathers (or, in the case of Reagan, a saber rattler who could make snake oil taste like honey). But Dick Cheney broke that mold. Speaking in...

‘Bumblebee’ Film Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcwmDAYt22k Imagine, if you can, a “Transformers” movie in which the plot is coherent, the robots feel like characters (as opposed to gleaming CG creations), and the action is staged and edited clearly enough to follow. After five rock...

‘Toxic Avenger’ Movie in the Works

Legendary Entertainment is developing “The Toxic Avenger” as a movie after acquiring the feature film rights. Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz of Troma Entertainment will serve as producers. Alex Garcia and Jay Ashenfelter will oversee for Legendary. Kaufman and Herz...

The Best Gifts for ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans

Winter is coming – and so are the holidays. While you wait for the final season of “Game of Thrones” to premiere this spring, pick up one of these gifts for fans of the hit HBO show. From stocking stuffers to luxurious getaways, these gifts are sure to impress both...

‘Fantasy Island’ Movie Lands 2020 Release

Sony Pictures and Blumhouse have set a Feb. 28, 2020 release date for the upcoming film “Fantasy Island.” The movie stars Michael Pena as Mr. Roarke. Lisa Hale will play one of the guests at a mysterious island where people can live out their fantasies — for a price....

Brie Larson Amazing in New Captain Marvel Trailer

Disney-Marvel has dropped a new trailer for Brie Larson’s “Captain Marvel” during Monday Night Football. In the trailer, which features an old lady who can also kick butt, Larson’s Captain Marvelbegins to question her history after she start remembering her previous...

Disney Breaks Trailer View Record for Lion King

Anticipation for Disney’s rollout of live action adaptations can sometimes be lukewarm, but that’s clearly not the case with “The Lion King.” The teaser trailer for the upcoming “live action” feature — which is really just photoreal animation — accumulated 224.6...

Review: ‘Creed II’

Director: Steven Caple Jr. With: Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Tessa Thompson, Dolph Lundgren, Florian Munteanu, Phylicia Rashad, Brigitte Nielsen, Wood Harris, Russell Hornsby, Andre Ward, Milo Ventimiglia. Release Date: Nov 21, 2018 In “Creed II,” Michael...

Samsung to Launch Foldable Phone in 2019

Samsung used its developer conference in San Francisco Wednesday to officially announce that it will launch a foldable smartphone some time in 2019. The phone is using the company’s own new Infinity Flex display, which allows it to be folded and unfolded repeatedly...

Dakota Fanning to Star in Drama ‘Sweetness in the Belly’

Dakota Fanning is starring in the immigrant drama “Sweetness in the Belly,” which has begun shooting in Ireland and will continue in Ethiopia. Zeresenay Berhane Mehari is directing from a script by Laura Phillips, adapted from Camilla Gibb’s bestselling novel that...

Fox Proves Its Value to Disney With ‘Bohemian Rhapsody

Movies don’t have to be fantastical in order to do fantastic business. That’s the takeaway from a weekend that saw Fox’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” top the box office charts and Disney’s “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” serve up a face plant of epic proportions. It’s an...

‘Elf’ Turns 15: Behind the Scenes of the Classic

The idea for “Elf” began as an ode to New York during the holidays. David Berenbaum, the screenwriter behind the Christmas classic, had just moved to Los Angeles and missed the East Coast. The nostalgia for the city inspired what he calls a “left-of-center” family...

Marvel Comics Stan Lee Dies at 95

Stan Lee, who ushered in a comicbook renaissance by co-creating the iconic superheroes Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and the X-Men — characters who made the leap to film with often-spectacular results — died on Monday, his daughter’s attorney confirmed...

‘Boys in the Boat’ Saved by MGM, Lantern Entertainment

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has joined Lantern Entertainment to develop, finance, produce, and distribute the rowing movie “Boys in the Boat.” It’s the first film to come from Lantern, which closed its $289 million acquisition of the Weinstein Co. in July, and is seeking to...

‘Made in Italy’ casts Liam Neeson

Liam Neeson and Micheal Richardson (“Vox Lux”) will star in James D’Arcy’s directorial debut, “Made in Italy.” Neeson will play a bohemian London artist who returns to Italy with his estranged son, portrayed by Richardson, to sell the house they inherited from his...

Olga Kurylenko to Star in Action Thriller ‘The Courier’

Olga Kurylenko will lead a female-led cast in “The Courier,” a London-set action thriller from Zackary Adler (“The Rise of the Krays”). Kurylenko (“Quantum of Solace”) will play the titular courier, whose daily deliveries are interrupted when she discovers that her...

Charlie Hunnam and Mel Gibson Join Action-Thriller ‘Waldo’

Mel Gibson, Charlie Hunnam and Eiza González are attached to star in Tim Kirkby’s action-thriller “Waldo.” Andrew Lazar, Christina Weiss Lurie and Steve Shainberg will produce. IMR International is handling foreign sales, which will launch at the American Film Market,...

Overlord’s Julius Avery to Direct ‘Flash Gordon’ Movie

Fox has hired “Overlord” director Julius Avery to write and direct a “Flash Gordon” movie. The studio had been in negotiations in 2015 with “Kingsman” director Matthew Vaughn to helm “Flash Gordon.” Vaughn will now produce with John Davis and Hearst Entertainment...

Guillermo del Toro is Directing ‘Pinocchio’ for Netflix

Fresh off his Oscar win for “The Shape of Water,” Guillermo del Toro is set to make his animated feature film directing debut. Del Toro has received the green light from Netflix to film “Pinocchio,” a stop motion musical version of the classic children’s tale about a...

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Pushed Back to 2020

Warner Bros. has moved Gal Gadot’s “Wonder Woman 1984” back seven months from Nov. 1, 2019, to June 5, 2020. The sequel, which is set in 1984, replaces Mark Wahlberg’s “Six Billion Dollar Man,” which has been taken off the schedule. Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros.’...

Ranking All the Halloween Movies

Proving that you can’t kill pure evil, Michael Myers returns once again to pierce fresh victims with an assortment of cutlery in Universal’s “Halloween” reboot. Though this latest entry in the franchise ignores the events of the last nine films, enough references are...

‘Halloween’ to Make Huge $65 Million-Plus Debut

The October box office has been light on the tricks and heavy on the treats. “Halloween” should keep powering the domestic market as Universal’s R-rated slasher film eyes a massive opening in the $57 million to $65 million range. The studio is cautiously anticipating...

Margot Robbie in Negotiations to Star in Barbie Movie

Oscar-nominated actress Margot Robbie is attached to star in “Barbie,” Mattel’s feature film based on its globally recognized doll. Robbie is also on board to produce through her production banner Lucky Chaps. The film was previously set up at Sony, but after the...

James Gunn in Talks to Take on ‘Suicide Squad 2’

“Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn is in talks to write “Suicide Squad 2,” jumping ship from Marvel to DC. Gunn’s deal was made “with an eye to direct” the Warner Bros. film, which is expected to be a completely new take. Gunn helmed the first two...

Venom Officially Rated PG-13. Could Open at $70M

One of the central questions about Sony’s Venom movie has been about its rating, and now the answer has officially arrived: Venom is going to be PG-13. Also, some new box office tracking numbers have arrived and have zeroed in on how the film might perform during its...

‘Star Wars’ s Gary Kurtz Dies at 78

“Star Wars” producer Gary Kurtz died of cancer on Sunday, his family said in a statement. He was 78. In addition to helping bring the Skywalker stories to the big screen, Kurtz produced “American Graffiti” and “The Dark Crystal.” His career was closely aligned with...

Joaquin Phoenix in Joker Makeup

Todd Phillips, the director of the upcoming Joker origin film, posted a camera test of Joaquin Phoenix Friday on Instagram. Phoenix plays the infamous villain in the currently untitled movie, which is slated to hit theaters on Oct. 4, 2019. In the video, Phoenix...

Jeff Bridges Open to a ‘Big Lebowski’ Remake On One Condition

Jeff Bridges is open to a “Big Lebowski” remake, but only under one condition — he has to be in it. “Yeah, if I was in it!” he said with a laugh. “So many things flash,” he said, when asked about any memorable moments from filming “Big Lebowski.” “I’m thinking of the...

‘Birds of Prey’ to Open in February 2020

With Warner Bros. and DC entertainment getting closer to assembling its team for its Harley Quinn pic “Birds of Prey,” the studio has dated the film for Feb. 7, 2020. Cathy Yan is directing with Margot Robbie reprising her role of Quinn, which she first put on display...

Halloween Movie Review

First the trick: David Gordon Green’s “Halloween” sequel pretends like the last nine films in the franchise don’t exist, picking up 40 years after John Carpenter’s seminal 1978 slasher movie as if none of that other nonsense has ever happened. Now the treat: His take...

Movie Star Burt Reynolds Dies at 82

Burt Reynolds, the charismatic star of such films as Deliverance, The Longest Yard and Smokey and the Bandit who set out to have as much fun as possible on and off the screen — and wildly succeeded — has died. He was 82. Reynolds, who received an Oscar nomination when...

Box Office Premiere: ‘The Nun’, ‘Peppermint’

As the summer movie season officially came to a close, a pair of darker titles are hoping to terrorize the domestic box office this weekend. Estimates show “The Nun,” the fifth installment in “The Conjuring” series, launching with $36 million to $45 million when it...

Hot Titles for Toronto Film Festival 2018

The Toronto International Film Festival is a launching pad for Oscar-hopefuls, but it’s also a thriving market. In the past, movies such as “I, Tonya” and “Still Alice” have scored major deals at the Canadian gathering, going on to enjoy critical success and awards...

Reason Why Zack Snyder gets Aquaman’s production Credit

Despite the DC Extended Universe charting a new path and moving away from Zack Snyder's original plans for a more self-contained 5-part Superman-centric story, Snyder's name is still listed as an executive producer on Aquaman. Some fans of the DCEU's progenitor have...

Daniel Craig to Star in Rian Johnson’s New Movie

Both known for their major franchises, Daniel Craig and Rian Johnson are teaming up on an indie. Craig will star as a detective in Johnson’s murder mystery “Knives Out,” with Johnson producing and directing from his own script. Production is expected to start in...

10 Movies Getting the Biggest Buff In Advance for TIFF 2018

TIFF's track record of premiering the film that eventually wins Best Picture at the Oscars is impeccable, so the festival has become a main player in award season predictions. Not all the works below will vie for the big prize next February, but these are among...

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Aims to Lead Slow Labor Day Weekend

This summer’s surprisingly strong August might end on a low note with the lack of high-profile releases over Labor Day Weekend. That might not be cause for concern, considering popcorn season is up over 13% compared to 2017. The weekend should, at the very least, top...

Alec Baldwin Joins ‘Joker’ Film as Batman’s Father

Warner Bros. has hired Alec Baldwin to appear opposite Joaquin Phoenix in its “Joker” origin film, playing the role of Thomas Wayne, the father of Batman, a.k.a. Bruce Wayne. Variety first reported that Phoenix was in talks to play the Clown Prince of Crime. As soon...

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