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The ‘Many Saints of Newark’ actor talks about his top-secret audition, working with David Chase, and bringing a Black gangster into the ‘Sopranos’ world September...

Focus Features has released the first trailer for Belfast, written and directed by Kenneth Branagh. The semi-autobiographical film, which stars Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciaran Hinds...

Someone will have to do the actual math (and I don’t doubt that someone will), but if Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings isn’t the most action-oriented movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe...

For most of us, Take Your Kid to Work day meant being parked at an empty desk in Dad’s office for a few hours, maybe with a snack from the vending machine. For Michael Gandolfini, it was a trip to...

Fictional serial killer enthusiasts can now stay overnight — if they dare — in the house owned by “Buffalo Bill” in The Silence of the Lambs. In 2015, the four-bedroom, one-bathroom Victorian...

“I’ve never been here. This is not a representation of my character,” says Alessandro Nivola, sliding into the broad, beige-y booth of a Park Avenue joint with a decidedly ladies-who-lunch vibe...

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When Michael Gandolfini arrived at Vera Farmiga’s house to meet her for the first time, he had a bouquet of flowers in hand, like a dutiful son visiting his mother. Which he more or less was, since...

The oldest fest still running — its first edition was in 1932 — the Venice Film Festival has always been a tastemaker and a pacesetter, one of the major international events (next to Cannes and...

Kristen Stewart plays Princess Diana at a pivotal crossroads in the new teaser trailer for Spencer, opening November 5th. The film is set during Christmas 1991, 10 years after Diana’s marriage to...

Be my victim. For the many who’ve seen it over the years, 1992’s Candyman remains an unforgettable, almost unforgivably effective grievance: a film whose terrors are sticky, dense, pleasurably...

When Dylan Penn was 18, she moved to New York City and began interning in the art department of the Lipman ad agency. “I spent two-and-a-half months sourcing photos of roses that would go next to...

Sony Pictures has released a trailer for Parallel Mothers, the latest film from acclaimed Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar. The film, Almodóvar’s 22nd movie, stars Penélope Cruz as a middle-aged...

Tom Holland’s Peter Parker/Spider-Man finds himself caught in a tangled web of multiverse chaos in the new trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, set to open in theaters on December 17th. The trailer...

This story originally ran in the July 2020 issue of Rolling Stone. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II walks into a downtown Oakland diner carrying a half-dozen shoeboxes stacked to his chin and makes his way —...

There’s a subset of horror into which The Night House, at least at first glance, squarely and tidily fits: slow-creep tales of attractively well-off people facing appalling, uncanny forces in properties...

“It’s strange, but some movies present themselves almost entirely in your head.”—Joel Coen “I’ll show you a life of the mind!”—Charlie Meadows, a.k.a. Karl Mundt, a.k.a. “Madman”...

His name is Nick Bannister (Hugh Jackman), the kind of handle that suggests someone destined to be a private dick from the moment the doc slapped his pink keister. He’s not a detective, though. Not...

Sonny Chiba, the Japanese martial artist and actor best known to American audiences for his role in Kill Bill, has died at the age of 82. Star of films like 1974’s The Street Fighter and 1976’s...