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There’s the smile, which always seems to broadcast that an entire alleyway of cats have just lapped up a dairy’s worth of cream. There are the eyebrows, able to waggle and arch skyward in a single...

A prepubescent King of Pop, singing a love song to a rat; a Southern rap trio, paying tribute to the trials and tribulations of being in “the game”; a Canadian chart-topping superstar crooning...

The 36th annual Film Independent Spirit Awards honored Nomadland, Riz Ahmed, and Carey Mulligan, among others. The awards show, held virtually this year, also celebrated television for the first time,...

I’m not usually one to look up the MPAA ratings for movies. But there came a point while watching the new Mortal Kombat that I got curious. A point sometime after hearing Kano, the notoriously aggro...

Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, the latest installment in The Conjuring horror franchise starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. The film...

It seems there are customs that even a pandemic can’t disrupt. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science’s extraordinary dedication to producing a mixed-bag set of Oscar nominees year in,...

John Waters has released Prayer to Pasolini in conjunction with his 75th birthday on April 22nd. A tribute to controversial Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini, Waters’ audio set is currently available...

“It’s weird to be perceived as hopeless in the moment when I’m actually incredibly hopeful,” says Matt (Ed Helms) to Anna (Patti Harrison), the surrogate carrying his baby. Weirder still is...

Producer Scott Rudin announced on Tuesday that he is “stepping back” from his film and streaming projects in the wake of abuse allegations, as Variety reports. The news follows his announcement...

Monte Hellman, the film director who earned a cult following with movies like Two-Lane Blacktop and Ride in the Whirlwind, died Tuesday at Eisenhower Medical Center in Palm Springs, California, after...

The Tribeca Film Festival has announced its 2021 feature film lineup, showcasing 64 films from 81 filmmakers from across 23 different countries. The features program includes 54 world premieres, and...

Marvel has shared a teaser for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, their first Asian superhero movie out this fall. Directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, the trailer features Simu Liu as Shang-Chi,...

Kelsey Grammar stars as an aging Seventies rock star looking to get his life back on track in The Space Between, a new coming-of-age movie from Paramount. The trailer for the film was released on...

Victor Kossakovsky’s Gunda is, in the barest sense, a film about a short period in the life of a pig. Gunda, the pig in question, is a Norwegian sow with disarmingly expressive eyes and, at the start...

Welcome back, Weird-as-fuck Ben Wheatley. We’ve missed you. Since Down Terrace, the 2009 blend of Sopranos-style gangster saga and kitchen-sink drama that remains one of the strongest debut films...

If you’ve heard about Another Round, the Oscar-nominated Danish film starring Mads Mikkelsen, you probably know about the Dance. It happens at the end of writer-director Thomas Vinterberg’s tragicomedy...

Sacha Baron Cohen’s Borat returns to create more mayhem — and wind up in potentially dangerous situations — in the new trailer for Borat Supplemental Reportings Retrieved From Floor of Stable...

A boy searches for a mythical figure in hopes of curing his sick mother in The Water Man, out May 7th. Directed by and starring David Oyelowo, the trailer features a family relocating from a city...

Over a year after F9 was originally set to arrive in theaters, the ninth installment in the Fast & Furious saga has announced its new release date — June 25th — and with it a new trailer for...

On April 25th, five men will square off at the Academy Awards for Best Actor — only one of them is walking away with the gold. The past two decades have seen a wide variety of performers claim this...