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A change in US law is rewriting Hollywood’s playbook

By Charles Bramesco

Deregulating the major studios could spell bad news down the line.

Are they really going to release the Snyder Cut?

By Charles Bramesco

The director’s rumored alternate edit of Justice League may exist after all.

Eddie Murphy will star in a Beverly Hills Cop sequel for Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

The popular police comedy is the latest ’80s movie to be strip-mined for its nostalgia value.

Disney has added cultural depiction warnings to some streaming titles

By Charles Bramesco

The House of Mouse has flagged “outdated” stereotypes on its new streaming platform – but is it enough?

Paul Thomas Anderson is going back to school for his next picture

By Charles Bramesco

Details have emerged of the US director’s ninth feature, about a California high school student.

Damien Chazelle sets his sights on Old Hollywood for his next film

By Charles Bramesco

Possibly featuring Emma Stone as Clara Bow, and with Brad Pitt in an unspecified role.

Classic TV turns into low-rent fun in the Fantasy Island trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Lucy Hale tortures her girlhood bully in the Blumhouse horrorshow.

Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s upcoming Memoria gets a big deal

By Charles Bramesco

The 2020 release will be Joe’s widest North American run to date.

Death is Pixar’s next adventure in the Soul trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The latest animated escapade from director Pete Docter features the vocal stylings of Jamie Foxx.

Elisabeth Moss is appearing in a new Invisible Man movie

By Charles Bramesco

Upgrade’s Leigh Whannell directs a modern twist on HG Wells’ classic sci-fi tale.

Ava DuVernay speaks out against an Oscar disqualification

By Charles Bramesco

She called out the Academy for ruling out Nigeria's submission.

Ridley Scott and Lady Gaga team up for Gucci murder thriller

By Charles Bramesco

The pop star is returning to the silver screen for a true-crime retelling of Maurizio Gucci’s assassination.

Old episodes of Friends are there (in cinemas) for you

By Charles Bramesco

Reruns of the popular ’90s sitcom will soon be screened in movie theaters.

The Academy is getting into streaming – and that could be good news

By Charles Bramesco

Awards screeners will be available to view online, drastically changing the physics of voting.

Do Netflix’s varied playback speeds pose a threat to filmmakers?

By Charles Bramesco

Brad Bird and Judd Apatow have spoken out against the streaming giant’s latest experiment.

Oscar Isaac will star in Paul Schrader’s next movie

By Charles Bramesco

The writer/director is prepping The Card Counter, a tale of gambling and revenge.

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