Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer and more from the cast of "Call Me by Your Name" are returning for the sequel, director Luca Guadagnino said in an interview with Italian newspaper La Repubblica. Not much is known about the new movie, but the novel on which "Call Me by Your Name" is based also has a […]
If you've seen 'Call Me by Your Name,' chances are you shed a tear or two during the film's poignant closing moments.
Many of this year's Oscar nominees have spent the last six or months or so talking endlessly about their films at one press junket or awards event after the other. So on the red carpet at the 2018 Academy Awards, we asked a handful of nominees for their favorite moments from other movies.
Jordan Peele’s horror-comedy “Get Out” has won the Writers Guild of America’s award for original screenplay and James Ivory’s script for coming-of-age drama “Call Me by Your Name” has won the award for best adapted screenplay. “This was a passion project. It was something that I put my love into, I put my soul into, […]
There were plenty of fantastic movies to see in 2017, and just as many entertaining ones to joke about on social media.
Guillermo del Toro’s sci-fi/horror film led with 14 nods, while “Call Me by Your Name,” “Dunkirk,” “Lady Bird” and “The Post” each earned eight.
Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet were asked to rehearse a makeout scene for their film "Call Me by Your Name."
Coming-of-age drama “Call Me by Your Name” has scored six Spirit Award nominations, with “Good Time” and “Get Out” taking five each.
Following last year's breakout, two films with radically different approaches to same-sex relationships arrive at TIFF.
Jolie has “￼￼First They Killed My Father,” about Cambodian genocide; Clooney will offer up “Suburbicon”; Payne brings “Downsizing,” satire with Matt Damon
Considering how back-loaded the release schedule is when it comes to awards-friendly films, it’s an encouraging sign that there have already been several movies from the first half of 2017 that could easily wind up in the Oscar conversation. True, a couple of them (Mudbound, Call Me by Your Name) premiered at Sundance and won’t get distributed until the fall, but there are plenty that have already dropped, from the art house (The Lovers, The Big Sick) to the cineplex (Get Out, Wonder Woman). Juno could provide the template for this touching and crowdpleasing rom-com based on the real-life coupling of Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon.