The release of Tarantino’s latest has been cancelled in China

By Charles Bramesco

It may or may not have something to do with the much-discussed Bruce Lee scene.

Want to live at Stephen King’s house in Maine? Now you can

By Charles Bramesco

The horror novelist par excellence has turned his home into a museum/writers' retreat.

Revisiting Disney’s bizarre live-action run from the 1960s to the ’80s

By Charles Bramesco

Disney+ will soon be a repository for kiddie films forgotten by time.

Jia Zhangke will pivot to movie stardom with a role in front of the camera

By Charles Bramesco

The auteur makes his debut as actor in the upcoming Pseudo Idealist.

Martin Eden’s lead will suit up in leather for a Diabolik remake

By Charles Bramesco

Luca Marinelli will don the King of Terror’s cowl for Italian filmmakers Marco and Antonio Manetti.

Mati Diop makes her Oscars bid with the first Atlantics trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The French-Senegalese auteur won big at Cannes for her striking debut feature.

Netflix will bring The Irishman to Broadway (kind of)

By Charles Bramesco

The streaming disruptor’s latest gambit challenges what a movie theater really is.

Clint Eastwood looks for the truth in the Richard Jewell trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The director tackles the true story of the man who foiled a 1996 bombing plot.

Guy Ritchie stirs up some trouble in the first trailer for The Gentlemen

By Charles Bramesco

Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant and Charlie Hunnam team up for the director’s return to action comedy.

Iannucci does Dickens in The Personal History of David Copperfield trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Dev Patel stars as the plucky orphan of the 19th century literary legend.

Margot Robbie is a loopy Harley Quinn in the Birds of Prey trailer

By Charles Bramesco

She leads an all-female vigilante super team against Gotham’s criminal element.

The best examples of directors grilling directors

By Charles Bramesco

Conversations between masters of the medium yield rare insights into their creative process.

Eyes Wide Shut is returning to cinemas for its 20th anniversary

By Adam Woodward

The re-release of Stanley Kubrick’s final masterpiece will be accompanied by a new documentary short.

Adam Sandler can’t stop hustling in the Uncut Gems trailer

By Charles Bramesco

He's a tireless diamond dealer in the Safdie brothers' latest.

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