A new "Hollywood Reporter" investigation claims "X-Men" director Bryan Singer's pattern of alleged sexual misconduct dates back to his seminal superhero blockbuster.
The actor explains how his new comedy relates to the George Floyds of the world, reveals bias he's faced in Hollywood.
"It’s a huge opportunity for me to be part of the Marvel universe, so it’s my job to make sure the Marvel universe is as good as it can be," the actor said.
Courteney Cox will reprise her role as news reporter Gale Weathers in the upcoming "Scream" reboot. Spyglass Media Group and Paramount made the announcement Friday and said filming is expected to begin later this year in Wilmington, N.C. "Ready or Not" directors Matthew Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett are helming the reboot from a script by […]
The actress hopes that her new movie, "The Secret: Dare to Dream," has the power to bring the best out of people.
UPDATE: The Into the Wild bus will likely find a home at the University of Alaska Fairbank’s Museum of the North. The Department of Natural Resources issued a press release on Thursday.saying it would likely be putting the bus in the museum, which is located on the UAF campus. The bus was made famous in […]
The GLAAD Media Awards winners were announced on Thursday, with “Booksmart” and “Pose” taking home the top honors.The winners were announced in a virtual ceremony hosted by comedians Fortune Feimster and Gina Yashere. The event streamed on GLAAD’s Facebook and YouTube accounts, with a taped version set to air on Logo on Monday. Performers included Chloe x Halle, Shea Diamond and Ben Platt.Among the winners highlighted on the stream were “Old Town Road” singer Lil Nas X, who took home the award for Outstanding Music Artist; the cast and producers of “Pose” and “Schitt’s Creek,” which won the top awards for drama and comedy series, respectively; “Booksmart,” which won Outstanding Film – Wide Release; and Rachel Maddow, who received the award for Outstanding TV Journalism Segment for her one-on-one interview with Pete Buttigieg.Also Read: Why Are There Still So Few LGBTQ Characters in Gaming? (Guest Blog)During the ceremony, Special Recognition honors were awarded to Ryan O’Connell for his Netflix series “Special,” Philadelphia Gay News founder Mark Segal and the Blade’s Karen Ocamb.“During this era of political and cultural division, LGBTQ images in media are crucial in accelerating acceptance for the LGBTQ community and countering the dangerous rise in anti-LGBTQ rhetoric,” said GLAAD President & CEO Sarah Kate Ellis. “This year’s award recipients, including Pose and Schitt’s Creek, continue to bring necessary mainstream visibility to diverse voices within the LGBTQ community, ultimately raising the bar for LGBTQ inclusion and representation in media.”See the full list of nominees below, winners in bold.Outstanding Film – Wide ReleaseBombshell (Lionsgate) Booksmart (United Artists Releasing) Downton Abbey (Focus Features) Judy (Roadside Attractions) Rocketman (Paramount Pictures)Outstanding Film – Limited ReleaseAdam (Wolfe Releasing) Brittany Runs a Marathon (Amazon Studios) End of the Century (The Cinema Guild) The Heiresses (1844 Entertainment) Kanarie (Breaking Glass Pictures) Pain & Glory (Sony Pictures Classics) Portrait of a Lady on Fire (NEON) Rafiki (Film Movement) Socrates (Breaking Glass Pictures) This Is Not Berlin (Samuel Goldwyn Films)Outstanding Documentary5B (RYOT Films) Gay Chorus Deep South (MTV) Leitis in Waiting (PBS) State of Pride (YouTube) Wig (HBO)Outstanding Drama SeriesBatwoman (The CW) Billions (Showtime) Euphoria (HBO) Killing Eve (BBC America) The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime) The Politician (Netflix) Pose (FX) Shadowhunters (Freeform) Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access) Supergirl (The CW)Outstanding Comedy SeriesBrooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC) Dear White People (Netflix) Dickinson (Apple TV+) One Day at a Time (Netflix) The Other Two (Comedy Central) Schitt’s Creek (Pop) Sex Education (Netflix) Superstore (NBC) Vida (Starz) Work in Progress (Showtime)Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series w/o a regular LGBTQ character)“Love” Drunk History (Comedy Central) “Murdered at a Bad Address” Law & Order: SVU (NBC) “Spontaneous Combustion” Easy (Netflix) “This Extraordinary Being” Watchmen (HBO) “Two Doors Down” Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings (Netflix)Outstanding TV MovieDeadwood: The Movie (HBO) Let It Snow (Netflix) Rent: Live (FOX) Transparent: Musicale Finale (Amazon) Trapped: The Alex Cooper Story (Lifetime)Outstanding Limited SeriesMrs. Fletcher (HBO) The Red Line (CBS) Tales of the City (Netflix) When They See Us (Netflix) Years & Years (HBO)Outstanding Kids & Family ProgrammingAndi Mack (The Disney Channel) The Bravest Knight (Hulu) High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Disney+) The Loud House (Nickelodeon) “Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone” Arthur (PBS) Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling (Netflix) She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (Netflix) Steven Universe: The Movie (Cartoon Network) “A Tale of Two Nellas” Nella the Princess Knight (Nick Jr.) Twelve Forever (Netflix)Outstanding Reality ProgramAre You the One? (MTV) Bachelor in Paradise (ABC) I Am Jazz (TLC) Queer Eye (Netflix) RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1)Outstanding Music ArtistAdam Lambert, Velvet: Side A (More is More/Empire) Brittany Howard, Jaime (ATO) Kevin Abstract, ARIZONA BABY (Question Everything/RCA) Kim Petras, Clarity (Bunhead) King Princess, Cheap Queen (Zelig/Columbia Records) Lil Nas X, 7 (Columbia) Melissa Etheridge, The Medicine Show (ME Records/Concord) Mika, My Name Is Michael Holbrook (Casablanca/Republic Records) Tegan and Sara, Hey, I’m Just Like You (Sire) Young M.A, Herstory in the Making (M.A Music/3D)Outstanding Comic BookThe Avant-Guards, by Carly Usdin, Noah Hayes, Tasha Neva, Jenna Ayoub, Rebecca Nalty, Kieran Quigley, Eleonora Bruni, Ed Dukeshire (BOOM! Studios) Bloom, by Kevin Panetta, Savanna Ganucheau (First Second) Crowded, by Christopher Sebela, Ro Stein, Ted Brandt, Triona Farrell, Cardinal Rae (Image Comics) Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass, by Mariko Tamaki, Steve Pugh, Carlos M. Mangual (DC Comics) Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me, by Mariko Tamaki, Rosemary Valero-O’Connell (First Second) Liebestrasse, by Greg Lockard, Tim Fish, Héctor Barros, Lucas Gattoni (ComiXology Originals) Lumberjanes, by Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh, AnneMarie Rogers, Kanesha C. Bryant, Maarta Laiho, Aubrey Aiese (BOOM! Studios) Runaways, by Rainbow Rowell, Kris Anka, Andrés Genolet, Walden Wong, Matthew Wilson, Triona Farrell, Chris O’Halloran, Michael Garland, Niko Henrichon, Federico Blee, Dee Cunniffe, Jim Campbell, Joe Caramagna (Marvel Comics) Star Wars: Doctor Aphra, by Simon Spurrier, Emilio Laiso, Andrea Broccardo, Wilton Santos, Caspar Wijngaard, Marc Deering, Don Ho, Walden Wong, Chris Bolson, Scott Hanna, Elsa Charretier, Rachelle Rosenberg, Chris O’Halloran, Stephane Paitreau, Lee Loughridge, Edgar Delgado, Jim Campbell, Joe Caramagna (Marvel Comics) The Wicked + Divine, by Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Matthew Wilson, Clayton Cowles (Image Comics)Outstanding Video GameApex Legends (Electronic Arts) Borderlands 3 (2K Games) The Outer Worlds (Private Division) Overwatch (Blizzard Entertainment) The Walking Dead: The Final Season (Skybound Entertainment)Outstanding Broadway ProductionChoir Boy, by Tarell Alvin McCraney The Inheritance, by Matthew Lopez Jagged Little Pill, book by Diablo Cody, lyrics by Alanis Morissette, music by Alanis Morissette, Glen Ballard Slave Play, by Jeremy O. Harris What the Constitution Means to Me, by Heidi SchreckOutstanding Variety or Talk Show Episode“Billy Porter Serves Cataract Realness, Fashion, and Tonys” The View (ABC) “Ellen Meets Inspiring Mormon Valedictorian” The Ellen Show (Syndicated/Telepictures Productions) “Jacob Tobia – Promoting a ‘Gender-Chill’ Exploration of Identity with ‘Sissy'” The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (Comedy Central) “Jonathan Van Ness: Honey, She’s An Onion With All Sorts of Layers” The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS) “Lilly Is Struggling to Date Women” A Little Late with Lilly Singh (NBC)Outstanding TV Journalism – Newsmagazine“ABC News Pride Day” (WABC-TV/ABC News) “All Her Sons” CBS Sunday Morning (CBS) “Am I Next? Gay and Targeted in Chechnya” Nightline (ABC) “Am I Next? Trans and Targeted” Nightline (ABC) “Rainbow Railroad” 60 Minutes (CBS)Outstanding TV Journalism Segment“Black and Trans in Texas” Vice News Tonight (HBO) “Don Lemon to Kevin Hart: Walking away right now is your choice” CNN Tonight with Don Lemon (CNN) “Laverne Cox: We exist, we deserve human rights” Up with David Gura (MSNBC) “One-on-One with Mayor Pete Buttigieg” The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC) “Ryan Russell Reveals His Truth” ESPN (ESPN)Outstanding Newspaper Article“L.G.B.T.Q. Community Finds ‘Sense of Home’ in the Bronx” by Rick Rojas (The New York Times) “Military Reports No Discharges Under Trans Ban — But Advocates Have Doubts” by Chris Johnson (Washington Blade) “Nearly 4 Million LGBTQ People Live in Rural America, and ‘Everything is not bias and awful'” by Susan Miller (USA Today) “Texas Leads the Nation in Transgender Murders. After the Latest Attack, the Dallas Trans Community Asks Why” by Lauren McGaughy (The Dallas Morning News) “Trump Pledged to End the HIV Epidemic. San Francisco Could Get There First” by Maria L. La Ganga (Los Angeles Times)Outstanding Magazine Article“2019 Sportsperson of the Year: Megan Rapinoe” by Jenny Vrentas (Sports Illustrated) “In Her Element: Geena Rocero” by Geena Rocero (Playboy) “Indya Moore Just Wants to Be Free” by Jada Yuan (ELLE) “Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s Unlikely, Untested, Unprecedented Presidential Campaign” by Charlotte Alter (TIME) “The Trans Obituaries Project” by Raquel Willis (OUT)Outstanding Magazine Overall CoverageAdvocate Billboard Entertainment Weekly OUT VarietyOutstanding Digital Journalism Article“Finding the Truth About Transgender Athletes in Women’s Sports” [series] by Cyd Zeigler, Dawn Ennis (Outsports.com) “How a New Class of Trans Male Actors Are Changing the Face of Television” by Trish Bendix (TIME.com) “‘This time is real': Taiwan Counts Down to Asia’s First Same-Sex Weddings” by Beh Lih Yi (Openlynews.com) “Trump Administration to LGBT Couples: Your ‘Out of Wedlock’ Kids Aren’t Citizens” by Scott Bixby (TheDailyBeast.com) “When Transgender Travelers Walk Into Scanners, Invasive Searches Sometimes Wait on the Other Side” by Lucas Waldron, Brenda Medina (ProPublica.org)Outstanding Digital Journalism – Video or Multimedia“Between Two Homes: The LGBTQ+ Refugees America Left Behind” by Judah Robinson (NowThis) “LGBTQ+ Community Debates the Meaning of ‘Queer,’ Military Bans, & More” produced by Ruben Davis, Arielle Duhaime-Ross, Brett Karley, Brendan Kennedy, Brian McGee, James Novogrod, Ani Ucar, Molly Wertheimer, and Brent Whiteside (VICE) “The Life Threatening Dangers Of Gay Conversion Therapy” by Grace Baldridge (Refinery29) “MTV News: Sound On – LGBTQ+ Representation” by Terron Moore and Rakhee Jethwa (MTV News) “Stonewall 50: The Revolution” produced by Sekiya Dorsett, Brooke Sopelsa, Elizabeth Kuhr, Shahrzad Elghanayan, Wesley Oliver, Tim Fitzsimons, Victor Limjoco (NBC OUT and Nightly Films)Outstanding BlogGays with Kids JoeMyGod My Fabulous Disease Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents TransGriotSpecial RecognitionSpecial (Netflix) Karen Ocamb, former news editor, Los Angeles Blade Mark Segal, founder and publisher, Philadelphia Gay News31ST ANNUAL GLAAD MEDIA AWARDS: SPANISH-LANGUAGE NOMINEES Outstanding Spanish-Language Scripted Television SeriesAmar a Muerte (Univision) El Corazón Nunca Se Equivoca (Univision) El Juego de las Llaves (Pantaya) Élite (Netflix) Los Espookys (HBO)Outstanding Spanish-Language TV Journalism – Newsmagazine“Después de Stonewall” (CNN en Español) “Fallece Mujer Transgénero” Conclusiones (CNN en Español) “Nosotrxs Somos” (RTVE) “Orgullo” Despierta América (Univision)Outstanding Spanish-Language TV Interview“Cómo y Cuándo Salir del Clóset” Un Nuevo Día (Telemundo) “Conoce la Importancia de Apoyar a un Ser Querido Cuando ‘Sale del Clóset'” A Primera Hora (Univision 34) “Deportada y Asesinada” Al Punto (Univision) “Pareja Transgénero Quiere Tener Hijos” Un Nuevo Día (Telemundo) “Tanya Saracho, Una Latina en Hollywood” Ojo Crítico (CNN en Español)Outstanding Spanish-Language TV Journalism Segment“Amor Sin Condición” Noticiero Univision 33 (Univision) “Exigen Justicia Para Franco” Noticias 22 (Mundo Fox) “Sabor a Comunidad” Noticiero Telemundo 48 (Telemundo) “Ser Latina y Trans en EE.UU. Implica una Lucha Contra la Discriminación en Varios Frentes” Proyecto Ser Humano (CNN en Español) “Triunfa el Amor por Ser Padres” Noticiero Telemundo 44 (Telemundo)Outstanding Spanish-Language Digital Journalism Article“Fue Negligencia de ICE: las Denuncias de Abusos y Discriminación de Mujeres Transgénero Tras Dos Muertes en un Año” por Patricia Clarembaux (Univision.com) “Los Multiples Rostros de la Comunidad Transgénero en Estados Unidos” [series] (Al Día News) “Una Pareja Gay Celebra su Primer Día de Madres, Algo que Pensaron Nunca Sería Posible” por Laura Rodriguez (Hoy) “Queer en la Caravana: el Peligro de Ser Migrante LGBT Buscando Asilo” por Mabel Jiménez (eltecolote.org) “Soy Gay y Estoy Orgulloso de Poder Decirlo: Jorge Luis Martínez, patinador mexicano” por Mario Villagrán (GQ Mexico)Outstanding Spanish-Language Digital Journalism – Video or Multimedia“América a Fondo: Brigitte Baptiste, el Rostro de la (bio) Diversidad” por David Casasús (EFE) “Conoce a Jorge Luis Martínez Patinador que se Declaró Abiertamente Gay” (Quién) “Latinxs Cuentan Qué Es Ser Latinx” (BBC Mundo) “Santuario, el Inesperado Refugio de Indígenas Trans en Colombia” por Alejandro Millán Valencia (BBC Mundo)Read original story GLAAD Media Awards: ‘Booksmart,’ ‘Pose’ and ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Take Home Top Prizes At TheWrap
Following a competitive auction, Annapurna Pictures has landed the rights to Rachel Yoder’s upcoming debut novel “Nightbitch” and will adapt the book as a feature film starring Amy Adams, the company announced on Thursday.Yoder is set to write the script and will exec produce the project alongside Megan Ellison, Sue Naegle, and Sammy Scher for Annapurna with Adams and Stacy O’Neil producing through Bond Group Entertainment.“Nightbitch” marks the fifth collaboration between Annapurna Pictures and Adams, who previously partnered on the multiple Oscar nominated films “The Master” and “American Hustle” as well as Oscar winning titles, “Her” and “Vice,” with Adams garnering nominations for her performances in “The Master,” American Hustle,” and “Vice.”Also Read: Annapurna Interactive Enlists Nathan Vella to Join Executive TeamExposing the absurd and feral truths of motherhood, “Nightbitch” is a darkly comedic telling of an unnamed woman and former artist, thrust into stay-at-home domesticity after the birth of her son, who becomes increasingly worried and convinced that she may be turning into a dog. The book will be published by Doubleday in Summer 2021.Adams will next be seen in Ron Howard’s “Hillbilly Elegy” and Joe Wright’s “The Woman in the Window.”Yoder is represented by CAA and Monika Woods of Triangle House Literary. Adams is represented by WME, Linden Entertainment, Narrative, and Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern.Deadline first reported the news.Read original story Amy Adams to Star in Film Adaptation of Rachel Yoder’s ‘Nightbitch’ for Annapurna At TheWrap
Micheál Richardson — son of Liam Neeson and the late Natasha Richardson — is reminiscing about his mother ahead of the release of his first leading film role, a movie that co-stars his dad and shares parallels to their life and loss.
The 58-year-old "Melrose Place" and "Spin City" star reminisced about old roles, including in the film "The First Wives Club, a role she ended up requesting be uncredited due to an unscripted moment with a co-star that left her feeling “gross.”
Director Lisa Cholodenko says she "could feel their gayness" when she cast Moore and Annette Bening as lesbian characters.
It’s been 10 years since “The Kids Are All Right,” a queer family dramedy that was the darling of that year’s Sundance Film Festival, charted an unlikely ride to the Oscars and helped shift popular opinion about gay marriage. Written by Lisa Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg, and directed by Cholodenko, the movie arrived as attitudes […]
The feature directorial debuts of Halle Berry and Regina King will be part of the lineup at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival, organizers announced on Thursday.Berry’s film, “Bruised,” features the actor and director as a mixed martial arts star fighting for custody of her young daughter. King’s “One Night in Miami” is based on a play that fictionalizes a night in 1964 in which boxer Cassius Clay (soon to be Muhammad Ali), singer Sam Cooke, football player Jim Brown and activist Malcolm X met in a Florida hotel room.Nearly half of the 50 selected features, 23, have a female director or co-director.Other films among the 50 titles announced by TIFF include Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland,” a drama from “The Rider” director that stars Frances McDormand; Francis Lee’s “Ammonite,” a female romance set in 1840s England and starring Saoirse Ronan, Kate Winslet and Fiona Shaw; Reinaldo Marcus Green’s “Good Joe Bell,” starring Mark Wahlberg and Connie Britton and written by “Brokeback Mountain” screenwriters Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana; Ricky Staub’s “Concrete Cowboy,” with Idris Elba and Jharrel Jerome; Florian Zeller’s “The Father,” with Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman; Glendyn Ivin’s “Penguin Bloom,” with Naomi Watts and Jackie Weaver; Ben Sharrock’s “Limbo,” about a Syrian musician waiting in Scotland for a decision on his asylum request; Sonia Kennebeck’s “Enemies of the State,” about a family whose hacker son is targeted by the U.S. government.Nonfiction films on the list include Werner Herzog’s “Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds,” a documentary about comets and asteroids; Sam Pollack’s “MLK/FBI,” about the FBI’s investigation and harassment of Martin Luther King Jr.; Oscar nominee Gianfranco Rosi’s “Notturno”; and documentary legend Frederick Wiseman’s “City Hall.”Also Read: 'The French Dispatch,' 'Soul' Make the Cannes 2020 Lineup As Festival Reveals the Movies It Would Have ShownAs previously announced, Spike Lee’s film “David Byrne’s American Utopia,” a document of Byrne’s Broadway show, will be the opening-night film on Sept. 10. Mira Nair’s “A Suitable Boy,” taken from a decades-spanning TV miniseries, will close the festival 10 days later.Viggo Mortensen’s “Falling,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January and was also chosen for the canceled Cannes Film Festival, will be part of the Toronto Film Festival lineup as well.The lineup is long on films from around the world, with offerings from such international auteurs as Thomas Vinterberg (“Another Round”), Michel Franco (“New Order”), Kornél Mundruczó (“Pieces of a Woman”), Naomi Kawase (“True Mothers”) and François Ozon (Summer of ’85”).In a pandemic-affected year that has seen most awards shows postponed until deep into next year, the Toronto lineup is noticeably lacking in many studio awards films that typically use the fall festival circuit to launch their biggest contenders. While additional programming will be announced in upcoming weeks, TIFF has said that its feature lineup will consist of 50 films, the number that was announced on Thursday.Also Read: Venice Film Festival Lineup Includes Record 8 Features With Female Directors in CompetitionThe Toronto Film Festival will be significantly scaled-down from its usual size, which typically includes more than 200 features over 10 days. The industry presence will be reduced, with many events and all press screenings taking place on the festival’s private viewing platform rather than in Toronto. Socially-distanced screenings will take place for local audiences, with the festival organizers saying in a statement that TIFF continues to work with public health officials, “with its number-one priority being the health and well-being of both Festival filmgoers and the residents of the entire community.”The Toronto Film Festival 2020 lineup:“180 Degree Rule,” Farnoosh Samadi | Iran “76 Days,” Hao Wu, Anonymous, Weixi Chen | USA “Ammonite,” Francis Lee | United Kingdom “Another Round” (“Druk”), Thomas Vinterberg | Denmark “Bandar Band,” Manijeh Hekmat | Iran/Germany “Beans,” Tracey Deer | Canada “Beginning” (“Dasatskisi”), Dea Kulumbegashvili | Georgia/France “The Best is Yet to Come” (“Bu Zhi Bu Xiu”), Wang Jing | China “Bruised,” Halle Berry | USA “City Hall,” Frederick Wiseman | USA “Concrete Cowboy,” Ricky Staub | USA “David Byrne’s American Utopia,” Spike Lee | USA (Opening Night) “The Disciple,” Chaitanya Tamhane | India “Enemies of the State,” Sonia Kennebeck | USA “Falling,” Viggo Mortensen | Canada/United Kingdom “The Father,” Florian Zeller | United Kingdom/France “Fauna,” Nicolás Pereda | Mexico/Canada “Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds,” Werner Herzog, Clive Oppenheimer | United Kingdom/USA “Gaza mon amour,” Tarzan Nasser, Arab Nasser | France/ Germany/Portugal/Palestine/Qatar “Get the Hell Out” (“Tao Chu Li Fa Yuan”), I-Fan Wang | Taiwan “Good Joe Bell,” Reinaldo Marcus Green | USA “I Care A Lot,” J Blakeson | United Kingdom “Inconvenient Indian,” Michelle Latimer | Canada “The Inheritance,” Ephraim Asili | USA “Lift Like a Girl” (“Ash Ya Captain”), Mayye Zayed | Egypt/Germany/Denmark “Limbo,” Ben Sharrock | United Kingdom “Memory House” (“Casa de Antiguidades”), João Paulo Miranda Maria | Brazil/France “MLK/FBI,” Sam Pollard | USA “The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel,” Joel Bakan, Jennifer Abbott | Canada “New Order” (“Nuevo orden”), Michel Franco | Mexico “Night of the Kings” (“La Nuit des Rois”), Philippe Lacôte | Côte d’Ivoire/France/Canada/Senegal “Nomadland,” Chloé Zhao | USA “No Ordinary Man,” Aisling Chin-Yee, Chase Joynt | Canada “Notturno,” Gianfranco Rosi | Italy/France/Germany “One Night in Miami,” Regina King | USA “Penguin Bloom,” Glendyn Ivin | Australia/USA “Pieces of a Woman,” Kornél Mundruczó | USA/Canada/Hungary “Preparations to Be Together For an Unknown Period of Time” (“Felkészülés meghatározatlan ideig tartó együttlétre”), Lili Horvát | Hungary “Quo Vadis, Aïda?” Jasmila Žbanić | Bosnia and Herzegovina/ Norway/The Netherlands/Austria/Romania/France/Germany/Poland/Turkey “Shadow In The Cloud,” Roseanne Liang | USA/New Zealand “Shiva Baby,” Emma Seligman | USA/Canada “Spring Blossom,” Suzanne Lindon | Francesing Night Presentation “A Suitable Boy,” Mira Nair | United Kingdom/India (Closing night) “Summer of 85” (“Été 85”), François Ozon | France “The Third Day,” Felix Barrett, Dennis Kelly | United Kingdom “Trickster,” Michelle Latimer | Canada “True Mothers” (“Asa Ga Kuru”), Naomi Kawase | Japan “Under the Open Sky” (“Subarashiki Sekai”), Miwa Nishikawa | Japan “Violation,” Madeleine Sims-Fewer, Dusty Mancinelli | Canada “Wildfire,” Cathy Brady | United Kingdom/IrelandRead original story Toronto Film Festival Lineup to Include Films Directed by Regina King, Halle Berry At TheWrap
Pixar announced its next original animated movie will be called "Luca," a coming-of-age adventure set in Italy. It will release in U.S. theaters next summer. Enrico Casarosa ("La Luna") is directing the film, which is expected to open on the big screen on June 18, 2021. Disney shared details about "Luca" on Thursday after word […]
The footage includes Jeff Daniels as former FBI Director James Comey and Brendan Gleeson as President Donald Trump.
The group claims that viewers "feel betrayed by Hallmark" after the channel's proposed plans for LGBTQ content.
Issa Rae and Jordan Peele have come on board Universal Pictures' family drama "Sinkhole," based on Leyna Krow's short story about a mysterious sinkhole. The announcement was made Wednesday, a day after Rae received Emmy nominations for comedy series and best actress in a comedy series for the fourth season of HBO's "Insecure." "Sinkhole" is […]
EXCLUSIVE: Riz Ahmed and Octavia Spencer have been cast in Invasion, a sci-fi thriller pic from BAFTA-winning UK filmmaker Michael Pearce (Beast). I can also reveal that Amazon Studios has taken worldwide rights to the project and will produce alongside American Animals outfit Raw and UK funder Film4, which backed development. The script is written […]
The former soccer star says his role as Juggernaut was changed once Matthew Vaughn was replaced by Ratner as director.
Universal Pictures and AMC Theatres have put aside a bitter feud and signed a multi-year agreement that will allow the studio's films to premiere on premium video on-demand within three weeks of their theatrical debuts. The pact, sure to send shockwaves throughout the exhibition industry, has the potential to reshape the ways that movies are […]
To mark the film’s 25th anniversary, screenwriter Peter Rader shared some stories from "the crazy ride that was 'Waterworld'" including its origins as a "Mad Max" rip-off and how he made theme park history.