The virus isn’t destroying Hollywood so much as it’s accelerating shifts that were already in motion.
Woody Allen tries and fails to present himself as worlds away from his screen persona of a hopelessly neurotic, oversexed failure with women and an all-around coward.
Famed director and cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld’s new memoir dishes the Hollywood dirt and recounts his terrible childhood, but it quickly devolves into an unpleasant assemblage of insults and score-settling.
Major release dates have been pushed. Productions have been suspended. Broadway is closed.
Chris Fenton spent years on the front lines of Hollywood’s controversial relationship with China. Now he wants to tell his story. Few in the industry have been willing to do the same, making his project a rare break in the silence.
Roman Polanski’s César win for best director inspired walkouts and protests in France on Friday.
The annual event in Park City receives plenty of media attention, but do Sundance movies resonate after January?
From the Golden Globes to ‘Mulan,’ the foreshocks of a fight over Hollywood’s cozy relationship with China are trembling beneath our feet.
Now is the time annual compilation lists come out. While most focus on the year’s best, these are the bottom-dwellers in entertainment this year.
Elizabeth Banks believes her reboot of “Charlie’s Angels” didn’t make any money because men categorically eschew women-led action flicks.
Here’s an entertaining list of the worst offerings to grace theaters this summer.
Disney’s sequel-driven market dominance will only continue, as the company has not only broadened its reach but cemented its formula.
In contrast to mediocre Disney remakes, here are ten times the Magic Kingdom managed to reimagine rather than ruin their family entertainment classics.
While Hollywood boycotts Georgia, its cozy relationship with China fails to stoke the outrage of our perpetually outraged celebrity class.
Hollywood attempted to extort the state of Georgia over its heartbeat abortion bill. Now that it passed, their script has changed.
It’s a time for the Oscars to celebrate stories that challenge us to be the best we can be and give us heroes to emulate.
After a scandal breaks, how should a movie company deal with all the films that are in production and slated for release?
This podcast should be fantastic. The premise of a charismatic comedian experiencing many of these treasured movies for the first time held promise.
There was plenty of garbage released into theaters in 2018, so recognizing those misfires is always a lark.
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