The Dark Crystal series announces major exhibit at BFI Southbank

By Charles Bramesco

You’ll be able to check out sets, puppets and costumes from Netflix’s spinoff of Jim Henson’s cult classic.

Rachel Morrison eyes directing debut with Flint boxing drama

By Charles Bramesco

The Oscar-nominated cinematographer is developing a feature based on a script by Barry Jenkins.

Scorsese and DiCaprio to reunite on Killers of the Flower Moon

By Charles Bramesco

The pair are teaming up for a murder mystery set in 1920s Oklahoma.

Chinese film festival pulls opening film at the last second

By Charles Bramesco

Hu Guan’s The Eight Hundred was mysteriously withdrawn from this year’s Shanghai Film Festival.

A game of hide-and-seek turns violent in the Ready or Not trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Muskets, battle axes and crossbows abound in Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett’s mystery horror.

Richard E Grant cast as former drag queen in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

By Charles Bramesco

He joins Sharon Horgan in a film adaptation of the hit British musical.

The trailer for Doctor Sleep picks up where The Shining left off

By Charles Bramesco

The new horror film gives Stanley Kubrick’s classic a chilling sequel.

Former Studio Ghibli artists are making a short for the Tokyo Olympics

By Charles Bramesco

A new Studio Ponoc film is the first anime ever commissioned by the IOC.

Here’s the story from A to Z: a new Spice Girls movie is coming

By Charles Bramesco

The Y2K-era pop quintet will zig-a-zig-ah once more in an animated feature vehicle.

Park Chan-wook’s Oldboy is returning to cinemas

By Charles Bramesco

The South Korean master’s name-making revenge saga is getting a shiny new restoration.

Jacques Audiard returns to TV for a hit spy series

By Charles Bramesco

The French filmmaker will direct multiple episodes in the fifth season of The Bureau.

The BFI brings classics to the States with a new streaming channel

By Charles Bramesco

The British Film Institute’s service features work from Orson Welles, Nicolas Roeg and more.

Brad Pitt blasts into space in the first Ad Astra trailer

By Adam Woodward

James Gray’s upcoming sci-fi centres on an extraterrestrial mystery that threatens the survival of our planet.

Barry Jenkins to direct biopic of choreographer and activist Alvin Ailey

By Charles Bramesco

Fox Searchlight backs the movie treatment of the influential African-American dancer’s life.

Warner Bros confirms Robert Pattinson as its new Batman

By Charles Bramesco

He’s fended off competition from Nicholas Hoult to land the role of the DC’s caped crusader.

Your childhood nightmares lie in wait in The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance

By Charles Bramesco

Plunge headfirst into Jim Henson’s corner of the uncanny valley with the first trailer for Netflix’s series.

Mob wives strike back in the new trailer for The Kitchen

By Charles Bramesco

Tiffany Haddish, Melissa McCarthy, and Elisabeth Moss lead this close cousin of Widows.

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