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Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022
What if, one day, your best friend decided that they didn't want to be friends anymore? Not because of something that happened like a fight or some offense. You didn't say something stupid while drunk. It's not anything that can be apologized for or mended. It's much worse than that. It's just...
Monday, May. 9, 2022
The summer movie season has not, traditionally speaking, been known for its nuanced attention to female sexuality.
But smack in the middle of Hollywood's high season of masculine thrill rides and sci-fi fantasies this year is "Good Luck to You, Leo Grande," a compassionate comedy in which...
Sunday, May. 1, 2022
Bill Murray on Saturday acknowledged that his behavior on set led to a complaint from a woman and the suspension of filming on his latest movie.
The actor and comedian, in his first comments about the shutdown of "Being Mortal," described the incident as a "difference of opinion" but...
Tuesday, Apr. 20, 2021
Veteran film executives Nancy Utley and Steve Gilula who in their two decades at Searchlight Pictures oversaw the releases of major hits including "Juno," "Slumdog Millionaire," "Little Miss Sunshine" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" are retiring.
Disney Studios Content said Tuesday that...
Sunday, Mar. 14, 2021
The writers behind the feature film Nomadland and limited series The Queen’s Gambit won the 33rd-annual USC Libraries Scripter Awards at an online ceremony this evening (3/13).
The Scripter Awards honor each year’s most accomplished adaptations of the written word for...
Thursday, Sep. 17, 2020
What's it like to be an international film festival sensation without hardly leaving your home? Like most things during the pandemic, it's surreal.
Except for trips to the editing room, director Chloe Zhao has mostly stayed at the Ojai, California, home she shares with three chickens and...