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Two legendary movie monsters battle in the new trailer for Godzilla Vs. Kong, arriving in theaters and HBO Max on March 26th. The blockbuster is the fourth installment in Legendary Pictures’ MonsterVerse,...

Derek DelGaudio would like to tell you the truth — an odd thing for an illusionist to say, much less in the beginning of a show. It’s the first clue that something seems unique here. That, and...

Gianfranco Rosi’s Notturno (“Nocturne”) was filmed over the course of three years, during the director’s travels through war zones in the Middle East. It is, in so many ways, a film full of...

  Boogie Like many high schoolers, Alfred “Boogie” Chin has dreams of playing in the NBA. Only, for Boogie, there are a few key differences. One, that he’s an actual prodigy with a shot at...

In 2012, Matthew Teague found out that his wife, Nicole, was going to die. She’d been diagnosed with ovarian cancer; when the surgeon went in to remove tumors, however, he’d discovered that the...

Ramin Bahrani’s The White Tiger, newly streaming on Netflix, has two openings, both of them startling. In Delhi, in 2007, a truck whose driver, Pinky (Priyanka Chopra), is drunk, speeds down a dangerously...

Three normal people pretend their way to social media stardom in the trailer for the documentary Fake Famous, coming to HBO on February 2nd. The film, by first-time director Nick Bilton, “explores...

Mary J. Blige stars in the new trailer for The Violent Heart, a coming-of-age drama about star-crossed lovers. “As a young boy, Daniel followed his sister into the woods when she ran away with an...

The title of Sam Pollard’s MLK/FBI should be taken literally. This is a two-pronged investigation into a conspicuously fraught and, for the FBI, embarrassing moment in the American political establishment’s...

The first thing to know about Locked Down, director Doug Liman’s semi-surprise rom-com heist movie hitting HBO Max today, is that it’s a period piece. No sooner has the Warners logo slid across...

Bliss They say ignorance is bliss, but what happens when that mentality rules an entire reality? Greg (Owen Wilson) is about to find out. All his life, he has known a harsh world that has left him...

In The Marksman, Liam Neeson plays Jim Hanson, a former Marine living in Naco, Arizona, within spitting distance of a border fence. This means that he can phone local authorities when he sees a new...

You couldn’t ask for a richer documentary subject than the Villages, the massive, Florida-based retirement community that’s home to over a 120,000 senior citizens and functions as its own self-contained,...

It’s supposed to be a celebration. On a balmy night in Miami, in February 1964, four friends — Malcolm X, Cassius Clay, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke — get together in a humble room at a black-friendly...

Tom Holland plays a young romantic/Army vet/bank robber in the genre-hopping new trailer for the upcoming film Cherry. “Cherry follows the wild journey of a disenfranchised young man from Ohio who...

On Thursday, Netflix released the trailer for What Would Sophia Loren Do?, a 32-minute documentary short that explores the life and legacy of the Italian icon. The film premieres Friday, January...

Jessica Campbell, who played Tammy Metzler in Election, has died at the age of 38. Campbell’s family confirmed the news to TMZ, stating that Campbell died on December 29th, 2020, in Portland, Oregon. Campbell,...

An unexpected disappearance turns into a small town free-for-all in the new trailer for Tate Taylor’s Breaking News in Yuba County, which is set to arrive digitally and in select theaters February...

When David Fincher sat down with Netflix executives in the spring of 2019, he did not expect to be handed the equivalent of a blank check. Sure, the 58-year-old filmmaker — a former music-video wunderkind...

Brendan Fraser will star in The Whale, a new Darren Aronofsky film based on the Samuel D. Hunter play of the same name, according to Deadline. The play is set in “Mormon Country” of Idaho and is...