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We laughed at the teaser for The Disaster Artist in July, but now, the first official trailer is here — and there's more bad acting than ever.
Judi Dench, Eddie Izzard, Ali Fazal and Stephen Frears attend the premiere for 'Victoria & Abdul' at the 74th Venice International Film Festival. (Sep. 4)
Judi Dench says Queen Victoria's "thirst for knowledge" cemented her friendship with an Indian Muslim, while actor Ali Fazal says the movie 'Victoria & Abdul' seems to echo aspects of his personal experience. (Sept. 5)
A female director would have been great to close out the trilogy, but with Lucasfilm's crises of late, the 'Force Awakens' filmmaker just feels right.
The young stars of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' talk about their experiences filming with J.J. Abrams.
Before she's Mary Poppins, the British actress voices a unicorn with a broken horn and lots of attitude.
Dench, who returns to the familiar role of Queen Victoria in 'Victoria & Abdul,' is less acquainted with The Rock.
Tempest Shadow (voiced by Emily Blunt) wants to steal some serious pony magic in the animated film 'My Little Pony: The Movie.'
The director behind summer's biggest movie has signed on to rejoin her star Gal Gadot for the anticipated follow-up.
"I truly have experienced that on a lot of sets," said Larson at the Toronto premiere of her film, 'Unicorn Store.'
'Wonder Woman' director Patty Jenkins says her military dad taught her the highs and lows of heroism. (June 1)
At the Toronto Film Festival, director Darren Aronofsky issued a warning before the film rolled.
Jennifer Lawrence, Domhnall Gleeson and Darren Aronofsky admit they think their latest film 'mother!' will split opinion, while Lawrence confesses the emotional demand of the role was the highest in her life. (Sept. 7) ...
Hugh Jackman, Joss Whedon and Neil Gaiman pay tribute to the comic-book legend who also had a hand in introducing Swamp Thing.
Jennifer Lawrence and Darren Aronofsky walk the 'mother!' red carpet at Venice International Film Festival, alongside Michelle Pfeiffer and Javier Bardem. (Sept. 6)
The comedian brought his secret new film to Toronto Film Festival, and its premise is disquieting. Not that anyone's saying it out loud.
The familiar coming-of-age story is heightened by an utterly realistic portrayal of its mother (Laurie Metcalf) and daughter (Saoirse Ronan).
'Wrath of Khan' director Nicholas Meyer is tired of being asked if his star's fantastic chest was real or 'Fantasy Island' fake. Here's the answer.
USA TODAY crew tackles the new Stephen King adaptation plus a discussion about the latest 'Star Wars' director departure.
At the Toronto Film Festival, he muses a new career in screenwriting.