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Comic Con 2019: Kevin Feige Reveals Phase Four at Epic MCU Panel

Marvel Cinematic Universe architect Kevin Feige stunned a crowded Hall H with a slew of announcements for the next phase. Beginning with a highlight reel...

‘Halloween’ Saga Continues to Thrill with Sequels Set for 2020 and 2021

"The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode isn't over." Universal Pictures released a very special announcement regarding the "Halloween" franchise. Iconic horror filmmaker...

Women Under the Influence Announces Inaugural Film Festival in LA with Female-Driven Stories

Los Angeles, CA (July 17, 2019)--Announcing the inaugural Women Under the Influence film festival, WUTI Goes IdyllWILD, a three day film festival taking place...

Latino Entertainment Journalists Association Opens for New Members, Launches TV Division, Announces Awards Calendar

For Immediate Release: (New York, NY – July 17, 2019) - The Latino Entertainment Journalists Association announced the opening of new members for the film division of...

Taika Waititi to Write and Direct ‘Thor 4’

Taika Waititi is coming back for more. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news Tuesday that Waititi will write and direct "Thor 4." Chris Hemsworth...

Film Review: ‘Toy Story 4’ Evolves Its Characters With Love and Respect

Josh Cooley's "Toy Story 4" is a film that dares to explore the inventive scale of our humanity, all within the lens of plastic...

Film Review: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Concludes With Heart and Standout Turns from Hemsworth, Renner, Gillan

This is a spoiler-free review of the latest film "Avengers: Endgame." The culmination of superheroes, villains, infinity stones, and quips all come to together in...

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Awards: Will Oscars Remember ‘Us’ and Lupita Nyong’o?

What's even scarier than "Us" is the idea that Oscar voters won't remember the film at all. Writer/director Jordan Peele achieved the same success...

Analyzing the Controversy Over Mexico’s Proposal to Ban Dubbing Films

WORLD CIRCUIT: ‘To Dub Or Not To Dub?’ that is the question. Or, at least, the question causing considerable debate in Mexican entertainment circles—with potential repercussions in Latin America and Hollywood. Two weeks ago,...

Standouts in Costume Design on Film: First Half of 2019

CRAFT CIRCUIT: 2019 has been a promising year in the costume design race so far. The first half of the year has showcased some strong contenders in the contemporary space, and a few promising...

Rising Circuit: Kaya Scodelario Breaking Into American Cinema with ‘Crawl’ and More in 2019

Although a fairly new name to American audiences, British actress Kaya Scodelario is a star on the rise. With an iconic British television series, and a slew of movie roles under her belt, Scodelario...

Genre Circuit: Best Genre Movies From A24

With last week's wide release of Ari Aster's disturbing psychological horror movie "Midsommar," it's hard to not reflect on the best genre releases from its acclaimed independent studio, A24. Founded in 2012, the burgeoning...

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Genre Geeks: Best Genre Performances From ‘Dark Phoenix’ Cast, Part 2

Class was in session last weekend, but after a dismal box office showing, Professor Xavier's Mutant Academy might close for good. Simon Kinberg's "Dark...

Top 10: Tilda Swinton Performances

If there's one thing Tilda Swinton has proven, it's that she can do anything. Whether it's tentpole blockbusters or risque indies, Swinton takes on...

Six Spot: Which 2003 Best Original Screenplay Contender Had Their Oscar Buzz ‘Lost In Translation’

Join us for the twenty-second entry of our Six Spot series. Sofia Coppola had quite the year in 2003. Not only did the filmmaker win...

Genre Geeks: Best Genre Performances From The Cast of ‘Dark Phoenix’ Part 1

In lieu of Simon Kinberg's "Dark Phoenix" hitting theaters today, it only made sense to show the versatile "mutant" acting abilities of its ensemble....

Top 10: Best Music Biopics

"Rocketman," which covers the life and career of legendary singer, Elton John, is now in theaters. The film is the latest in a long...

Women in Film: Tamra Davis Explores Female Trauma and Empowerment in ‘Guncrazy’

Women in Film is a weekly column that examines films directed by women. All films selected for this column are currently streaming online. To...

Interview: ‘The Farewell’ Director and Stars Share the Joy of Bringing the Story to the Screen

"The Farewell" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January and quickly became one of the most talked-about films in Park City. Soon after...

What’s on TV? – Friday (07/19/19) – ‘Queer Eye’ Returns for More Makeovers

After a long, hard week, it's just good to watch a TV show or movie that is familiar and easy. Tonight's offering gives audiences...

What’s On TV – Thursday (7/18/19) – New Episodes of ‘Primal Instinct,’ The Premiere of ‘I Do to the Venue,’ And More

There truly are few things better than curling up on the sofa and turning on that much-anticipated new episode of your favorite show or...

TV Review: ‘Suits’ Plays a High Hand As Its Final Season Begins

Tonight, “Suits” begins its final bow with the first episode of its final season and enters into the bittersweet process of saying goodbye. For...

TV Review: Gina Torres Finally Gets Her Moment in Imperfect ‘Pearson’

Over the years, Gina Torres has made a name for herself as an authentic, grounded actress and a reliable screen presence. She has scored...

What’s On TV? – Wednesday (7/17/19) – Suit Back Up with ‘Suits’

A long-running show returns for its ninth and final season today, shaking up the season of repeats and specials. Sometimes, it's easy to forget...

71st Emmy Nominations Announced: ‘Game of Thrones’ Hits Record 32 Noms, Mandy Moore Finally Gets Her Due

The 71st Emmy Nominations have been announced.  Look back at this space for updates with the full nominees as we get them, along with...

Nantucket Film Festival: Recapping of the 24th Annual Gathering

Nantucket Film Festival: The 24th Annual Nantucket Film Festival has come to a close. What an absolutely fantastic gala Mystelle Brabbée, Basil Tsiokos, and the...

Film Review: ‘Crawl’ Deserves to Get Left in a Hurricane

It takes a lot of talent to make good schlock. On paper, "Crawl" seems to have it all. Director Alexandre Aja has made some genuinely scary...

Film Review: ‘Stuber’ Delivers Laughs in Small Doses

Hollywood continues to try recapturing the magic of the odd couple/buddy cop flick. The latest addition is "Stuber," an R-rated comedy that throws an...

Film Review: ‘Sword of Trust’ Takes Us on a Quirky Quest

Only a skilled writer-director can dig into the everyday mundanities and create a fascinating story about strangers coming together. Co-writer and director Lynn Shelton (the...

Film Review: ‘I Love You, Now Die’ Presents Nuanced Portrait of a Horrible Online Relationship

How do you prosecute cyberbullying? With more online avenues of communication, the battleground of high school torment is quite literally everywhere. For Conrad Roy...

Film Review: ‘The Art of Self-Defense’ Brilliantly Satirizes Toxic Masculinity

Black comedies with an additive of social commentary are a special breed. When a film can elicit laughter with a recognition of the societal...
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