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‘Widows’ delivers some much-needed originality to the heist movie genre, highlighted by an Oscar-caliber performance by Viola Davis
Steve McQueen goes the genre route for his latest movie, and succeeds in giving us a powerful story that is rarely seen in heist movies. And Viola Davis delivers an Oscar-worthy performance.
Jonah Hill delivers one of the most heartwarming movies of the year in his directorial debut ‘mid90s’
Jonah Hill's directorial debut, "mid90s," is a beautiful look at friendship all told with an authentic feel of the 1990s.
Jonah Hill opens up about why he got so emotional the first time he showed his directorial debut, ‘Mid90s,’ to an audience
Jonah Hill reacted as many would when he got a standing ovation the first time he showed his directorial debut, "Mid90s," he got emotional. But it turns out there was more to why he got choked up.
Ryan Gosling gives an intense performance playing Neil Armstrong in ‘First Man,’ and it should put him in the Oscar conversation
Damien Chazelle's "First Man" definitely showcases the incredible work to get to the moon, but more so, it's an intimate look at Neil Armstrong and what he was dealing with during the Space Race.
A true contended during Oscar season will be "A Star Is Born," starring and directed by Bradley Cooper and also starring Lady Gaga.
John C. Reilly on long silent walks with Joaquin Phoenix, a tearful farewell to a horse, and almost losing the part he wanted in ‘The Sisters Br...
"The Sisters Brothers" marks the first time John C. Reilly has a producer credit on a feature film. But allowing its director to have full creative control he almost didn't get to play the role that inspired him to produce the movie in the first place.
With the Toronto International Film Festival coming to a close, the Oscar contending are becoming more clear. We break down Oscar favorites for best actor, actress, picture, and director.
Inside how ‘The Front Runner’ starring Hugh Jackman captured the tabloid affair scandal that changed politics forever
The Gary Hart scandal during his 1987 run for president marks the beginning of when the personal lives of presidential hopefuls became fair game. "The Front Runner" director Jason Reitman and screenwriters Matt Bai and Jay Carson explain how they made the movie feel authentic.
A gripping drama on immigration starring the lead of Pixar’s ‘Coco’ could be the sleeper Oscar contender of the fall
Daniel Sawka's feature debut "Icebox" has the backing of legendary producer James L. Brooks and stars the lead for "Coco" and it might find some attention as we near Oscar season.
The new "Halloween" movie by David Gordon Green and produced by Jason Blum sadly just goes down the same old movements like all the other movies in the franchise.