Lesli Linka Glatter Discusses “Homeland”

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First Trailer Drops For Jordan Peele’s Take On “Candyman”

Thu, Feb 27 2020


Earlier today, a Trailer was releases for a new Candyman, making this property the latest in a long line to get sequels long after the prior installment. Normally, this would only get passing notice and seem like a shameless money grab. However, there’s a mitigating factor here, which is that Jordan Peele is shepherding it to the sc ... READ MORE
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“Guns Akimbo” Fetishizes Violence To A Disturbing Degree

Thu, Feb 27 2020


Violent movies are nothing new to cinema. In fact, when done well, there’s an undeniably visceral thrill to seeing unspeakable acts in real life perpetrated in film. Video games have made a literal fortune with this sort of content, be it any number of shooting games, the Grand Theft Auto franchise, etc. Opening this week, the actio ... READ MORE
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James Mangold To Replace Steven Spielberg As The “Indiana Jones 5” Director

Thu, Feb 27 2020


Whether or not the world needs another Indiana Jones sequel is up for debate, but regardless, we’re getting one in the near future. Long expected to be the final installment, wrapping up star Harrison Ford’s turn as the title archeologist, there was never any doubt that director Steven Spielberg would be at the helm. Well, tha ... READ MORE
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“The Invisible Man” Is As Smart As Is It Scary

Wed, Feb 26 2020


Finding the next great horror movie within a classic Universal monster? Especially after the quick collapse of the Dark Universe, that wouldn’t have seemed incredibly likely, even just a year or so ago. However, in Blumhouse we trust. In the hands of filmmaker Leigh Whannell and producer Jason Blum, The Invisible Man manages to surp ... READ MORE
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Lesli Linka Glatter Discusses “Homeland” And Her Career Behind The Camera

Tue, Feb 25 2020

Yesterday, I was lucky enough to spend about a half hour chatting with filmmaker Lesli Linka Glatter. Over the years, Glatter has managed to do almost everything behind the camera, establishing herself as a force, both on the big screen as well as, in particular, the small screen. Currently the Executive Producer of Homeland on Showtime, ... READ MORE
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“Wendy” Sees Benh Zeitlin Finally Put Forth A Sophomore Effort

Tue, Feb 25 2020


Back in 2012, a young filmmaker by the name of Benh Zeitlin burst on to the scene with Beasts of the Southern Wild. Debuting at the Sundance Film Festival, the movie blew away audiences, going on to be a darling of the awards season, even scoring four Academy Award nominations. Zeitlin himself picked up a pair of Oscar nods (Best Director ... READ MORE
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The Top 25: Best Original Screenplay Winners

Mon, Feb 24 2020


Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen. Continuing on with a recurring weekly series I’m doing…we’re talking the top 25 Oscar winners in just about every single one of the Academy Award categories. Aside from the shorts and something like Best Sound Mixing like I mentioned previously, I’ll be hitting them all over the coming weeks and ... READ MORE
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Berlin International Film Festival: “Death Of Nintendo” Is A Colorful Coming Of Age Story

Sun, Feb 23 2020


A little bit of the Berlinale is here at Hollywood News today, ladies and gentlemen. Yes, I’ve got a Berlin International Film Festival review to file. It’s for Death of Nintendo, a coming of age period piece, even if the period being discussed is the recent past, specifically the 90’s. Folks over in Berlin really enjoye ... READ MORE
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Box Office Report For February 21-23

Sun, Feb 23 2020


Welcome back one and all to the weekly box office report! As is always the case, each and every Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, we have a small group of of new releases opening, including Brahms: The Boy II, The Call of the Wild, and Imprac ... READ MORE
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Listen To The New Episode Of The Hollywood News® Podcast!

Sat, Feb 22 2020

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Happy Saturday! We’re just taking an opportunity to give another of our friendly reminders about the podcast here at Hollywood News. Easy to enjoy in short bursts, as the episodes are only about ten minutes long ... READ MORE
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