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‘Parasite’ Black and White Poster Shows New (Spoilery) Perspective

Bong Joon-ho was frequently compared to Alfred Hitchcock after the release of his Oscar-winning masterwork Parasite. And soon, audiences will get to see Parasite as if it was shot in Hitchcock’s time (at least, early on in his career). A Bong-approved Black-and-White edition of Parasite is coming soon to U.K. theaters and to the Curzon Home Cinema streaming...

‘Radioactive’ Trailer: Rosamund Pike’s Marie Curie Fights for Recognition

Rosamund Pike, who garnered awards attention for playing a real person in 2018’s A Private War, is back in Oscar mode with Radioactive, a biopic about the award-winning physicist and chemist Marie Curie. Check out the newest trailer below. Radioactive Trailer Radioactive is directed by Marjane Satrapi, who is best known for co-writing and co-directing...

HBO’s ‘Scenes From a Marriage’ Remake to Star Oscar Isaac and Michelle Williams

HBO is developing a limited series remake of Scenes From a Marriage, the 6-episode Swedish television series directed by master filmmaker Ingmar Bergman in the 1970s. Oscar Isaac (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) and Michelle Williams (Manchester by the Sea) are set to star in this new version, which will be written, produced, and directed by Hagai Levi (The...

‘The Old Guard’ Director Gina Prince-Bythewood Takes Inspiration from Basketball and ‘Mission: Impossible’ [Interview]

Gina Prince-Bythewood is a director known for authenticity and intimacy. In Beyond the Lights, Love & Basketball, and Disappearing Acts, audiences feel how close she is to her characters, their dreams, and their conflicts. That’s a part of what makes her new Netflix movie, The Old Guard, stand far apart from the typical action movie. Prince-Bythewood,...

Quibi Lost Over 90% of Launch Users After Their Three-Month Trial Expired

Things aren’t looking too good for Quibi. The short-form streaming service launched back in April, right in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. That wasn’t good for a content provider that was hoping to give commuters movies and shows to watch in bite-sized chunks, especially when the programming was made specifically for consumption on mobile devices...

‘F9’ Might Be Taking Off to Space, Ludacris Hints

We’ve joked about it time and time again: what if Fast and Furious went to space? After all, the action franchise has escalated so far beyond the bounds of its gritty street racing beginnings — the latest films have basically turned them into world class superspies — so why not? Well, after eight films of NOS, bank heists, and sending cars flying out...

‘The Batman’ Gotham Police TV Series in the Works From Matt Reeves and Terence Winter for HBO Max

We haven’t even seen any footage from The Batman yet, but there’s already a TV spin-off in the works. The Batman director Matt Reeves and The Wolf of Wall Street writer Terence Winter are teaming to develop a Gotham police series set in the same world as The Batman. The show will explore “the anatomy of corruption in Gotham City, ultimately launching...

‘Chicken Run’ Star Julia Sawalha is Being Replaced Because Her Voice Sounds “Too Old”

If you were excited about a sequel to Chicken Run after 20 years, we have some news that is supremely disappointing. British actress Julia Sawalha, who voiced the character Ginger in the original stop-motion animated movie from Aardman Animation, recently revealed that she will not be reprising her role in Chicken Run 2 for one very stupid reason....

‘Tesla’ Trailer: Ethan Hawke Electrifies in a Fourth Wall-Breaking Nikola Tesla Biopic

The movie biopic has become so rote that even the word can elicit a sense of nagging boredom. So how do you inject some life into the prestigious, but ultimately by-the-numbers, biographical drama? By hitting it with a little lightning. Tesla stars Ethan Hawke as the groundbreaking inventor Nikola Tesla, whose discoveries in wireless energy would change...

Watch: ‘The Mandalorian’ Theme Performed by Composer Ludwig Göransson

Following in the footsteps of John Williams is no easy feat. But Ludwig Goransson manages to do that and leave his own stamp on the Star Wars musical legacy with his score for The Mandalorian. In a new clip released by Disney+, Goransson performs the Mandalorian theme from inside the LED set they used to film the Star Wars TV series. Watch Goransson...

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