Filmmaker And Publicist John Wildman Chats About The Current State Of The Indie Film Festival World                "Judy & Punch" Puts A Spin On The Puppet Show But Lacks A True North                Elisabeth Moss Brings Shirley Jackson To Unsettling Life With "Shirley"                Kevin James Takes A Villainous Turn In The Mean-Spirited "Becky"                Cannes Film Festival Selections For 2020 Include "Ammonite," "The French Dispatch," And "Soul"                "Hammer" Can't Quite Leave An Impact                Updated Academy Award Predictions For Early June!                Faithful Readers: Be Sure To Listen To The Hollywood News® Podcast!                "The Vast Of Night" Is A Strong Calling Card But A Letdown As A Film                Ryan Gosling Is Universal's "Wolfman" Pick                "End Of Sentence" Awkwardly Pairs John Hawkes With Logan Lerman                Ted Geoghegan Talks Being A Jack Of All Trades, Forgotten Film History, And His New Radio Show "This Is Not A Story About..."                Apple Will Partner With Paramount For Martin Scorsese's Upcoming Film "Killers Of The Flower Moon"                Tom Cruise Is Going To Space With Doug Liman                Zack Snyder's Cut Of "Justice League" Is Coming Next Year...Is That A Good Or A Bad Thing?        


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Updated Academy Award Predictions For May!

Why not, right? Even as the industry is still figuring out what the rest of the year will be like, 2020 deserves to have some kind of accolades for its best titles, no? In some form or another, we’re going to have the Oscars. We now know that streaming titles[...]

Emily Cohn And Her Leading Ladies Chat About The Indie Comic Gem “Crshd”

Have you all been Crshd? I certainly hope so! Last week, I published a rave review for the comedy Crshd, one of the year’s best and most surprising films. Today, we follow that up by bringing you a pair of interviews with the very talented ladies who brought the movie[...]

Tom Hardy Becomes “Capone” For Josh Trank

Al Capone is one of the most legendary mobsters in American history. However, of what we see depicted of him, especially on screen, concerns his “glory” days. The end of his life is rarely spoken of. Enter Josh Trank, who had long yearned to make Fonzo, a biopic of Capone[...]

“On A Magical Night” Is An Occasionally Inventive Yet Frustrating Comedic Fantasy

A good French farce can be truly something special. The way those films are able to mix comedy, romance, and more is quite something. On a Magical Night (formerly known as Chambre 212) seeks to somewhat follow in those footsteps, presenting a comic fantasy that mixes whimsy and even some[...]

Jody Lee Lipes Talks Cinematography And The HBO Show “I Know This Much Is True”

Without question, Jody Lee Lipes is one of the most underrated cinematographers in the business. Just looking at his resume, which consists of A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Bluebird, Manchester by the Sea, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Tiny Furniture, and Trainwreck on the big screen (in addition to helming/shooting[...]

Trailer Drops For Judd Apatow’s “The King Of Staten Island”

Even though it’s now simply heading to Digital next month (as part of Universal’s gambit to attract audiences during this crisis by not holding back their big 2020 releases), The King of Staten Island remains one of the bigger summer titles of the year. The latest comedy from Judd Apatow,[...]

“Valley Girl” Is an Inventive Remake Of The Teen Movie Classic

Remember Valley Girl? Back in the 80s, the romantic comedy helped usher in a new era for films. Eventually turning into a cult classic, the movie now has spawned a remake. Luckily, as misguided as that idea may have initially sounded, this take on the material, imagining it as a[...]

Beanie Feldstein Charms Her Way Through Learning “How To Build A Girl”

In just a few short years, Beanie Feldstein has become a comedic force in the business. After first making an impression in the surprisingly great sequel Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Feldstein of course turned in an incredible supporting performance in Lady Bird. Last year, she blew us away with a[...]

Michelle Obama Gets The Documentary Treatment In “Becoming”

In a very short period of time, former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have become a documentary force with their production company Higher Ground. Partnered with Netflix, they won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature last year (for American Factory), and are likely to be in[...]

Clark Duke’s Directorial Debut “Arkansas” Clearly Shows Its Influences

A first film from an actor turned director is always an interesting thing to study. In particular, what kind of movie they choose to make their first time out. For Clark Duke, he really seems to have wanted to honor his cinematic influences, namely the Coen Brothers. Arkansas, his directorial[...]