What’s next for post-remake Disney?

By Charles Bramesco

Once they’ve run out of animated classics to revive, where will the Mouse House turn?

Anne Hathaway gets political in the trailer for Dee Rees’ latest

By Charles Bramesco

The Last Thing He Wanted will open at Sundance before hitting Netflix.

Parasite will return to theaters in a new black-and-white version

By Charles Bramesco

Bong Joon-ho has prepared a monochrome edit of his award-winning comedy-thriller.

The Elephant Man is returning to cinemas in a new 4K restoration

By Charles Bramesco

David Lynch’s award-winning vision of alienation has never looked better.

David Lynch grills a monkey in a new short on Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

It’s your basic hard-boiled cop interrogation, except with a primate and an experimental master.

Most of Studio Ghibli’s back catalogue is coming to Netflix

By Hannah Woodhead

Rejoice, Totoro fans: 21 of the Japanese animation studio’s feature films are headed your way.

Bait director Mark Jenkin is preparing his next feature

By Charles Bramesco

Enys Men is being billed as an “eco-sophical horror”, and begins shooting in Cornwall in May.

Roland Emmerich wants to crash the Moon into the Earth

By Charles Bramesco

The director’s next project will be a disaster movie of celestial proportions.

Spike Jonze’s Beastie Boys documentary is set for release this spring

By Charles Bramesco

The much-anticipated film covers 40 years of fighting for the right to party.

Quentin Tarantino will direct the Bounty Law episodes he wrote for OUATIH

By Charles Bramesco

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is getting its very own Jake Cahill-themed spin-off.

The French Dispatch sounds like Wes Anderson’s biggest movie yet

By Charles Bramesco

It’s not four-hours long, but the director’s latest is shaping up to be something major.

What can we learn from this year’s Oscar nominations?

By Charles Bramesco

No love for J.Lo and a strong showing from Parasite as the shortlist for the 92nd Academy Awards is announced.

Hollywood’s major studios are bowing before the almighty algorithm

By Charles Bramesco

Following Netflix’s example, Warner Bros has announced plans to base major decisions on AI data.

Directors are uniting against the scourge of motion-smoothing

By Charles Bramesco

Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan are backing a new setting called “Filmmaker Mode”.

Kelly Reichardt blazes a trail in the First Cow trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The American writer/director’s poignant latest flattened audiences at last year’s New York Film Festival.

Timothée Chalamet will play Bob Dylan in a new James Mangold film

By Charles Bramesco

Timmy will tackle the controversial “Dylan goes electric” period in 1965.

Benoit Blanc will return in a sequel to Knives Out

By Charles Bramesco

The sleuth extraordinaire looks set to head up his very own franchise.

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