Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic bids to get down with the kids

By Lucy Vipond

The Australian director appears to be courting younger viewers with his hotly-anticipated film about The King.

David Cronenberg’s comeback continues as he sets up a deathly drama

By Charles Bramesco

Vincent Cassel will star in The Shrouds as an inventor who devises a method of speaking to the dead.

Plug your ponytail into the first trailer for Avatar: The Way of Water

By Charles Bramesco

Kate Winslet, Michelle Yeoh, and Edie Falco are among the additions to the sci-fi mega-franchise’s cast.

Martin Scorsese will narrate a documentary extolling Powell and Pressburger’s genius

By Charles Bramesco

The directorial duo known as The Archers gave the world resplendent visions of fantasy like Black Narcissus and The Red Shoes.

Florence Pugh and Harry Styles play house in the Don’t Worry Darling trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Olivia Wilde returns to the director’s chair for the upcoming psycho-thriller puncturing the idyll of ’50s suburbia.

Introducing… the new host of Truth & Movies

By David Jenkins

Leila Latif slinks into the presenting hot seat of LWLies’ weekly film review podcast.

Jerrod Carmichael braces for the end in the red-band On the Count of Three trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Christopher Abbott also stars in the dark comedy about a pair of friends in a suicide pact.

Alejandro González Iñárritu is taking his talents to Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

The upcoming BARDO, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths will get a global theatrical run before it goes online.

The first Bodies, Bodies, Bodies trailer is all fun and games until someone gets hurt

By Charles Bramesco

Amandla Stenberg, Lee Pace, Maria Bakalova, Pete Davidson, and Rachel Sennott star in the Gen-Z-fluent horror film.

Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation is launching a virtual screening room for classic films

By Charles Bramesco

The new service will be free to all, showing choice cuts from Fellini, Huston, and many others.

Take a look at this amazing artwork inspired by Audrey Diwan’s Happening

By Little White Lies

To celebrate the release of Happening, Picturehouse spotlight 10 creative responses from female artists, writers and creators.

Take a look at Cartoon Saloon’s new animated feature My Father’s Dragon

By Charles Bramesco

The new film from the studio behind Song of the Sea and Wolfwalkers will be released by Netflix.

The trailer for Shin Ultraman keeps Japan at the top of the reboot game

By Charles Bramesco

While Hollywood strip-mines its own IP half to death, Toho Pictures is showing the world how franchising is done.

Kristen Stewart may or may not get swole for Rose Glass’ bodybuilding movie

By Charles Bramesco

She’s only been cast as the lover of Love Lies Bleeding’s musclebound protagonist... but still.

The Assistant director Kitty Green will take to the Outback for her next film

By Charles Bramesco

The Royal Hotel reunites Green with star Julia Garner, who finds herself on the receiving end of toxic masculinity once again.

Iranian courts have found Asghar Farhadi guilty of plagiarism on A Hero

By Charles Bramesco

The ruling came in favor of Azadeh Masihzadeh, a former student of Farhadi’s, and her documentary All Winners All Losers.

Ethan Coen will go solo on a bawdy “lesbian road trip” movie

By Charles Bramesco

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood; one, to a black-and-white Macbeth adaptation, the other, to sexploitation homage.

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