Marvel at the Amazing Space Capes of the ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Cast in New Vanity Fai…
When you woke up this morning you might have felt something. No, it wasn’t the rumbling of the garbage truck outside your window or the screeching pain caused by your blaring alarm clock. It was the Force.
Steven Soderbergh Says ‘Logan Lucky’ Is the ‘Anti-Glam Version’ of an ‘Ocean’s’ Movie
Four years after announcing his retirement from feature filmmaking, Steven Soderbergh is set to return with a brand new heist movie, Logan Lucky, which he says is a “complete inversion” of his well-known Ocean’s trilogy.
You’ll Definitely Want to Hang the First ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Poster On Your Wall
If all you Star Wars fans are still alive out there, congrats for surviving one of the most exciting Fridays in ages! The cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi showed up at Star Wars Celebration Orlando this afternoon and unloaded a galaxy full of exciting reveals.
Half the ‘Girls’ Won’t Appear in the Series Finale
HBO’s Girls may be saying goodbye next Sunday, but don’t expect everyone to attend the farewell. Half the title Girls apparently won’t take part in the sixth season (and series) finale, as this past week’s “Goodbye Tour” lives up to the name.
HBO’s ‘Girls’ Prepares for the End in First Series Finale Trailer
After six years, Hannah Horvath might finally be the voice of someone’s generation. That’s the understatement of Girls’ first series finale trailer, as the sixth year for Hannah, Jessa, Marnie, Shoshanna, Adam and Elijah comes to an end next week.
Nope, Rihanna Won’t Be Starring in Leos Carax’s ‘Annette’ After All
Earlier this week, Leos Carax fans and lovers of weird films in general were overjoyed to learn that the director’s musical, titled Annette, is officially happening with (we thought) Rihanna and Adam Driver set to star. But now it appears that only Driver is left, as Rihanna&CloseCur…
Leos Carax’s Musical ‘Annette’ Is Happening With Adam Driver, Rihanna (But Not Rooney Mara…
Have you seen Holy Motors? If not, add it to your to-watch list post-haste. French filmmaker Leos Carax’s bizarro collection of connected vignettes follows a odd man named Mr. Oscar as he goes about his day enacting a series of elaborate role playing scenarios, from a facially-scarred hitman …