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Wes Anderson’s new film Asteroid City will hit Earth in an early-summer release date

By Charles Bramesco

With a theatrical run scheduled for June, a premiere at Cannes seems all but assured.

A new short film from Alice Rohrwacher is getting a release through Disney+

By Charles Bramesco

The 37-minute Le Pupille joins a group of rebellious youngsters spending the holidays at their boarding school.

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig face the apocalypse in the White Noise trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The world lurches toward a postmodern end in Noah Baumbach's adaptation of Don DeLillo's essential novel.

Channing Tatum gyrates back into our hearts in the trailer for Magic Mike’s Last Dance

By Charles Bramesco

Steven Soderbergh directs the third installment of the male-stripping saga as Mike brings his talents to London.

Brendan Fraser is a man transformed in the first trailer for The Whale

By Charles Bramesco

In the new film from Darren Aronofsky, Fraser portrays an obese recluse ready for one last chance at redemption.

Here are the nominees of the 35th European Film Awards

By Little White Lies

The European Film Academy has unveiled the contenders for their 35th annual awards ceremony, celebrating the cream of filmmaking in Europe.

Sparks’ Ron and Russell Mael have written another original musical film

By Charles Bramesco

The songwriting legends behind Annette will grace the silver screen again with the mysterious X Crucior.

Two Tilda Swintons enter Johanna Hogg’s haunted house in the Eternal Daughter trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Swinton plays a Hogg stand-in as well as her mother in the atmospheric not-quite-horror picture.

Live your Wes Anderson-inspired fantasy at an east London hotel

By Hannah Strong

A pop-up at One Hundred Shoreditch celebrates the world of Accidentally Wes Anderson with a very special hotel room and immersive exhibition.

Remembering Jules Bass, stop-motion pioneer and creator of Christmas wonder

By Charles Bramesco

Deceased at 87, he and partner Arthur Rankin reigned as kings over midcentury Yuletide nostalgia.

A coalition of actors wants to change how Hollywood sees hair

By Charles Bramesco

Fronted by Kerry Washington, Zoe Kravitz, and Rosario Dawson, the CROWN Act forbids discrimination against natural hair.

Radical artist Nan Goldin takes on opioid barons in the All the Beauty and the Bloodshed trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Laura Poitras' documentary chronicles Goldin's campaign of grassroots activism against the Sackler family.

Pope of trash John Waters will return to directing with an adaptation of his own novel

By Charles Bramesco

Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance marks Waters' first time behind the camera in 18 years.

Everything we know so far about Terrence Malick’s Way of the Wind

By Finlay Spencer

True to form, the elusive American auteur is taking his precious time over his forthcoming Bible epic.

What is Luca Guadagnino adding to his extended cut of A Bigger Splash?

By Charles Bramesco

The director's cut, titled An Even Bigger Splash, will restore 70 minutes of footage cut from the film. To what effect?

Timothée Chalamet chows down in the first Bones and All trailer

By Charles Bramesco

He and Taylor Russell play lovestruck teen cannibals in the latest from Luca Guadagnino.

Answer the door, it’s the first trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s Knock at the Cabin

By Charles Bramesco

The suspense master's latest is a horror twofer — a home-invasion film and an apocalypse film.

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