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Taron Egerton will replace Robert Pattinson in Claire Denis’ next film

By Charles Bramesco

The onetime Rocketman is poised to star alongside Margaret Qualley in The Stars at Noon.

Roger Deakins is publishing a deluxe book of his photography

By Charles Bramesco

‘Byways’ will cover five decades of photographs from the Academy Award-winning DoP.

Tony Soprano gets himself a gun once again in The Many Saints of Newark trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The prequel to HBO's flagship gangster series rejoins the Soprano family in the '60s.

Two Irish sisters share a bitter reunion in the scorching trailer for Wildfire

By Charles Bramesco

Cathy Brady's debut feature confronts the human toll of the national fight for independence from the UK.

Is this the first major artistic response to life under the pandemic?

By Marina Ashioti

Manchester International Festival returns to the city, reflecting a broad spectrum of culture, visual arts and performance

Who is Cate Shortland and why has she directed a Marvel movie?

By Natasha Jagger

How this talented Australian indie director ended up helming one of the year’s biggest blockbusters.

Michael Myers slashes his way through the Halloween Kills trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Jamie Lee Curtis reprises the role of Laurie for David Gordon Green's addition to the horror franchise.

The first trailer for The Harder They Fall revives the Black Western with style

By Charles Bramesco

Regina King, Lakeith Stanfield, Idris Elba, and Jonathan Majors star in the yarn of cowpokes and outlaws.

A new documentary will go behind the scenes at the Cannes Film Festival

By Charles Bramesco

Cannes Uncut will capture the “glorious excesses” of the world’s most glamorous film festival.

Walter Hill’s new western pits Christoph Waltz against Willem Dafoe

By Charles Bramesco

They’ll play a bounty hunter and an outlaw, respectively, in the veteran director’s upcoming Dead for a Dollar.

Fast cars and smashed spines abound in the first trailer for Titane

By Charles Bramesco

A car showroom model, a grieving father, and a woman with a mysterious past cross paths in Julia Ducournau’s latest.

Nicolas Cage goes searching for his porcine pal in the Pig trailer

By Charles Bramesco

In Michael Sarnoski’s low-key debut, the Cage takes revenge on the exploitative food industry.

Watch the world exclusive trailer for The Most Beautiful Boy in the World

By Adam Woodward

The star of Luchino Visconti’s Death in Venice reflects on his life in this melancholy documentary.

Alexander Payne’s next film will reunite him with Paul Giamatti

By Charles Bramesco

The Holdovers puts the Sideways star at an elite prep school over the holidays circa 1970.

Jessica Chastain praises the good lord in The Eyes of Tammy Faye trailer

By Charles Bramesco

She plays televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker in the new dramatization of her improbable rise and fall.

Bryan Fuller is pumping the gas on a remake of Stephen King’s Christine

By Charles Bramesco

The creator of TV's Hannibal and Pushing Daisies will make his foray into movies with the tale of automotive horror.

Everyone’s armed and dangerous in the first trailer for No Sudden Move

By Charles Bramesco

Don Cheadle, Benicio del Toro, Amy Seimetz and Jon Hamm star in Steven Soderbergh’s period crime caper.

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