Donald Trump has labelled Sacha Baron Cohen "a phoney guy" and "a creep" after the British comedian featured the president's lawyer in his new Borat movie
The Lives of Others: Watching Rear Window, Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 murder mystery, in a post-COVID world
Many aspects of Rear Window (1954) ring even truer in an era in which rising authoritarianism and the ubiquity of social media, combined with pandemic-enforced isolation, is pushing us more and more into the once socially dubious roles of the lurker, the invisible spectator in the dark.
William Blinn had won Emmy and Peabody honours for the 1971 TV movie Brian’s Song, which dramatized the friendship of Chicago Bears players Brian Piccolo and Gale Sayers.
Tom Holland's Uncharted is an adaptation of the action-adventure video game series, and is helmed by Venom director Ruben Fleischer
Unlike Coco, Over the Moon is dwarfed by a sense of faux-authenticity, to present a version of China that Western audiences can more easily identify with.
Sacha Baron Cohen on his Borat sequel: The aim is to make people laugh, but also reveal perils of authoritarianism
Sacha Baron Cohen was determined to get the new Borat on a streaming service before Election Day because “we wanted it to be a reminder to women of who they’re voting for — or who they’re not voting for. If you’re a woman and you don’t vote against this guy, then know what you’re doing for your gender.”
Channeling his The Dude character from The Big Lebowski, Jeff Bridges says "new s**t has come to light" and he will start his treatment for the same.
The Disney Plus series will see Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan reprise their roles of Falcon and Winter Soldier, respectively, from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Filming of Idris Elba's Netflix western The Harder They Fall halted after crew member tests COVID-19 positive
None of The Harder They Fall's principal cast members, including Idris Elba, Regina King, Jonathan Majors, Zazie Beeetz, Lakeith Stanfield, and Delroy Lindo, have tested positive.
In a joint statement, Ava DuVernay and ARRAY President Tilane Jones hailed Funny Boy as a "cinematic gem".
Michael B Jordan to produce screen adaptation of DC comic book Static Shock via banner Outlier Society
"I’m proud to be a part of building a new universe centred around Black superheroes; our community deserves that," Michael B Jordan on producing Static Shock
What if the pandemic, rather than representing a temporary disruption in audience habits and industry revenues, turns out to be an extinction-level event for moviegoing?
Rhonda Fleming, star of Spellbound, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, passes away aged 97
Rhonda Fleming worked with names like Kirk Douglas, Ronald Reagan and Alfred Hitchcock in her career
WarnerMedia will continue running the Cartoon Network and Pogo channels in India.
Hamilton cast to reunite for special performance at Joe Biden's US presidential campaign fundraiser on 16 October
Before Hamilton, the cast members of Star Trek, Veep, and The Princess Bride had participated in virtual events for Joe Biden’s campaign.
Conchata Ferrell, best known for playing Berta the housekeeper on Two and a Half Men, passes away aged 77
Two and a Half Men actor Jon Cryer and former star Charlie Sheen tweeted their condolences for Conchata Ferrell, describing her as a 'warm, wonderful woman.'
While many Twitter users stated how it was “not right” to cast Gal Gadot, others pointed out that Cleopatra was actually Macedonian Greek
'What we’re seeing today is the demonisation of dissent': Aaron Sorkin on upcoming film, news media, and courtroom dramas
In a conversation moderated by film critic Elvis Mitchell at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival, Sorkin discussed his film The Trial of the Chicago 7, directing a starry ensemble cast, and the “demonisation of dissent” in Trump’s America.
Gal Gadot, in a social media post, said director Patty Jenkins and writer Laeta Kalogridis will bring Cleopatra to "the big screen in a way she’s never been seen before."
Steve McQueen's Small Axe anthology is both a record and a celebration of the British black community
Steve McQueen's Small Axe anthology, with three films – Lovers Rock, Mangrove and Red, White and Blue – premiered at the 58th New York Film Festival.