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‘Red Sparrow’ Director Francis Lawrence on the Film’s Complex Opening, Lessons from Music Videos & More [Interview]

With Red Sparrow, the gloves are coming off for director Francis Lawrence. The filmmaker behind Constantine, The Hunger Games sequels, and the “Bad Romance” music video has made an often unsettling thriller. Mary-Louise Parker, in aShow More Summary

‘Westworld’s Japanese-Inspired Park is Confirmed as ‘Shogunworld’

HBO’s Westworld ended its first season after giving us a brief glimpse of hosts that appeared to be dressed as ancient Japanese warriors, and a logo on the wall that simply said “SW.” Fans have been trying to figure out whether those...Show More Summary

Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway Will Present Best Picture At the Oscars Again

It was the biggest awards debacle of in all of Oscars history. You know what I’m talking about: the La La Land/Moonlight mix-up. At the 2017 Oscars, La La Land was mistakenly awarded Best Picture before panicked producers announced that...Show More Summary

MoviePass Not Allowing Subscribers In Some Markets to Buy Tickets to ‘Red Sparrow’

MoviePass is reportedly “testing” some new and old features that are making its subscribers unhappy. Several users in certain markets noticed that their MoviePass app was barring them from purchasing tickets to Red Sparrow, the spy thriller starring Jennifer Lawrence. Show More Summary

Could Red Skull Appear In ‘Avengers: Infinity War’?

The Red Skull, Captain America’s arch nemesis, only appeared in one Marvel Cinematic Universe film – Captain America: The First Avenger. Despite rumors that Red Skull might return in films like Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the character remains sight unseen. Show More Summary

Tommy Wiseau Wants To Stage ‘The Room’ On Broadway

The Room refuses to die. One of the best worst movies ever made continues to flourish, thanks to a cult following and the hit comedy The Disaster Artist. Now, Tommy Wiseau, the madman/genius behind the inept flick wants to stage The Room on Broadway. Show More Summary

‘Coco’ Interview: Co-Director Adrian Molina on the Music, Influences, and More

I’d never conducted an interview at a UNESCO World Heritage site before a couple of weeks ago. But after speaking with Adrian Molina, the co-director of Pixar’s Coco, at the ancient ruins of Monte Alban in Oaxaca, Mexico, I can cross that very specific thing off my bucket list. Show More Summary

‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Early Buzz: A Visually Stunning but Disappointing Adaptation

A Wrinkle in Time has a lot of expectations riding on it. It is Ava Duvernay‘s ambitious passion project, the first non-documentary feature film that the director has tackled since Selma won acclaim and awards love four years ago. It’s an adaptation of a beloved children’s fantasy novel by Madeleine L’Engle. Show More Summary

‘Mute’ Director Duncan Jones Wants to Make a Western

Netflix enabled Duncan Jones to finally make his passion project, Mute. Now the director is thinking about the future. In a new interview, the filmmaker expressed interest in helming a Western, but also cautions that getting financing for a Western these days isn’t easy. Show More Summary

Hail the Goblin King: ‘Labyrinth’ Is Returning to Theaters This Spring

The first week in May will be bringing Avengers: Infinity War to theaters, but before that fans can return to a wild, weird fantasy world from the mind of Jim Henson in 1986. In association with the Jim Henson Company and Sony Pictures...Show More Summary

The Complex Dynamic Between Female Muse and Male Filmmaker

Shelley Duvall’s frantic, desperate face throughout almost the entire runtime of director Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of The Shining will forever be burned in my memory. Not only because it’s brilliant and deeply unsettling (as is the film). Show More Summary

The Morning Watch: ‘The Florida Project’ Edition – Oscar Snub, Screenwriting Lecture & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. Show More Summary

Superhero Bits: Avengers: Infinity War Sweepstakes, Black Panther Karaoke & More

How much has Black Panther made at the global box office? Why did The Joker‘s appearance briefly change in Batman: The Animated Series? Which of last year’s comic book movies got nominated for Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards? Want to...Show More Summary

Daily Podcast: A Spoiler Discussion Of Annihilation: The Ending, Themes, Book, Script, Sequels & More

On the February 26, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writers Ben Pearson, Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, that filmmaker Kevin Smith suffered a heart attack. Show More Summary

Mark Millar Says DC Movies Aren’t Working Because The Characters Aren’t Cinematic

Justice League didn’t stink because it was cobbled together. It stunk because Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and the other superheroes in the DC Comics stable simply aren’t cinematic. At least, that was comics writer Mark Millar‘s answer when asked about the current state of Warner Bros.’ DC movies. Show More Summary

Jesse Pinkman Could Return On ‘Better Call Saul’, Says Vince Gilligan

Breaking Bad let Aaron Paul‘s Jesse Pinkman speed off into the night, but we may not have seen the last of the character. Vince Gilligan, the creator behind Breaking Bad and its fantastic spin-off series Better Call Saul, recently revealed that he’s open to bringing Jesse back to TV, one way or another. Show More Summary

‘The Last of Us’ Screenwriter Doesn’t Want His Movie To Be Made

If you talk to any screenwriter, they’ll tell you they have tons of scripts sitting in a drawer somewhere gathering dust. Writing a movie can be the easy part – actually getting it made is often far more challenging. So it’s relatively...Show More Summary

Here’s Exactly Where ‘Solo’ Exists in the ‘Star Wars’ Timeline

You probably could’ve guessed where Solo: A Star Wars Story exists on the ever-expanding Star Wars timeline. Thanks to a nifty timeline created by Del Rey books, however, you can now know exactly when the latest Star Wars spin-off film is set. Show More Summary

‘Captain Marvel’ Casts Gemma Chan as Kree Spy Minn-Erva

Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel has always felt like one of those movies the studio would make eventually, but now that we’re just over a year away from its release, it’s finally starting to feel like a real project. Brie Larson is suiting...Show More Summary

‘Best F(r)iends’ Trailer: Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero Reunite 15 Years After ‘The Room’

When you write a tell-all memoir about your eccentric friend, relationships will inevitably become frayed. But as we saw in last year’s The Disaster Artist, Tommy Wiseau is not your typical friend. And his and Greg Sestero‘s friendship is now forever tied to the cult favorite “worst movie ever” The Room. Show More Summary

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