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‘The Undoing’ Trailer: Murder and Intrigue Tear Apart Nicole Kidman’s Upper Class Family

Despite some reported creative woes behind the scenes, Nicole Kidman clearly loved teaming up with creator David E. Kelley on HBO’s Big Little Lies, because she’s stepping back into the world of murder mystery among the upper class with the new limited series The Undoing. Based on Jean Hanff Korelitz’s New York Times best-selling book You Should Have Known, HBO’s The Undoing follows a successful therapist, Grace Fraser (Kidman), along with her husband, Jonathan (Hugh Grant, who’s been taking so...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, New York City, Thriller, Nicole-kidman, New York Times, Donald Sutherland, Adaptation, Bruna Papandrea, Grace, Hugh-Grant, Edgar Ramirez, David E. Kelley, Stephen Garrett


‘The Knick’ Season 3 Being Developed by Barry Jenkins and André Holland

The Knick, one of the best shows of the 21st century, is coming back. Created by Jack Amiel and Michael Begler, the Cinemax series ran for two seasons, with Steven Soderberg directing all 20 episodes. Cinemax canceled the show after two seasons, but Soderbergh and company were able to wrap things up, albeit in surprising, often unsettling ways. Still, fans have longed for more, and it sounds like we’re finally going to get it, thanks to Barry Jenkins and Knick star André Holland. The Play...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, New York City, Holland, Jack, Barry, Michael, The Knick, Don, Soderberg, Jenkins, Andre, Cinemax, Clive Owen, Knickerbocker Hospital


Nightstream Unveils Full Program Slate Including Run, Nia DaCosta & More!

Nightstream unveils full program slate including Run, Nia DaCosta & more! Nightsream, the virtual even uniting genre festivals Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, Overlook and Popcorn Frights, has unveiled its full programming slate including the world premiere of the Sarah Paulson-led thriller Run, a panel with Candyman filmmaker Nia DaCosta and more beginning October 8! RELATED: 2020 Beyond Fest Slate Revealed Including Freaky, Bad Hair & More! PB ...
Tags: Horror, Movies, Movie News, Nia DaCosta, Nightstream


‘On the Rocks’ Review: Bill Murray Reunites With Sofia Coppola for a Sparkling Father-Daughter Caper [NYFF 2020]

Bill Murray has become a kind of celebrity urban legend. He’s been known to crash weddings, join strangers’ karaoke sessions, or spontaneously begin bartending — building up a reputation as a sort of impish fairy man who will suddenly appear to give life-changing advice before flitting off to inject a little magic into the life of the next lost soul. It’s one of those fun Hollywood myths that might ring a little true, and it’s a persona that director Sofia Coppola taps into in her reunion with ...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, New York City, Movie Reviews, Bill-Murray, Manhattan, Jones, Murray, Marlon Wayans, FELIX, Laura, Sofia-Coppola, Coppola


Nightstream Online Horror Film Festival Announces Films and Special Events

Nightstream, the online horror festival that brings together Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, Overlook, and Popcorn Frights, has announced its film lineup as well as its special events. The fest will serve as the world premiere of Run, starring Sarah Paulson. The four-day festival includes a line-up of feature films selected by all five festival programming teams, alongside eighteen distinct short blocks and an impressive slate of events, panels, and masterclasses, including con...
Tags: Film Festivals, Horror, Nightstream


Homebuyer migration rates reach highest level since 2017: Redfin

At a national level, 28.7 percent of Redfin.com users looked to move to a different metro area during July and August, according to a new migration report.
Tags: Milwaukee, New York City, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Remote Work, Data, Analysis, Chicago, Austin, Radio, Agent, Las Vegas, Tampa, Redfin, Phoenix


The Inside Story of How NYFF 2020 Became America’s First Big Pandemic-Era Film Festival

For many, the fall conjures up images of pumpkin spice lattes, flannel shirts, or the return of football. For me, the one constant of the season in recent memory has been the New York Film Festival, which I’ve attended in some form since my final year of college in 2014. As the leaves change and the seasonal weather turns, the best of world cinema has beckoned film lovers indoors to the cinemas at Lincoln Center to stare in wonder at a screen inside a dark room. Despite fears that the pandemic ...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Movies, New York City, Toronto, America, Features, United States, New Zealand, Manhattan, Steven Soderbergh, Steve-McQueen, Lincoln Center, Andrew Cuomo, Upper West Side, Cannes


$35M penthouse is SoHo’s most expensive sale ever

Even after a $30 million price chop, the $35 million sale of a penthouse still set the record as the priciest sale to ever take place in New York City's SoHo neighborhood.
Tags: Listings, New York City, Lifestyle, Radio, Heath Ledger, The Wall Street Journal, Luxury Real Estate, Soho, Douglas Elliman, News Brief, Oren Alexander, Tal Alexander, David Matlin, Luxury Market, MatlinPatterson Global Advisers, Luxury Lens


‘Friends’ Table Read to Feature All-Black Cast Including Sterling K. Brown and Uzo Aduba

After years of barely a person of color on Friends, we’re finally getting “The One With the Diverse Cast.” An all-Black cast will lead a virtual Friends table read, reimagining the classic season 3 episode “The One Where No One’s Ready” in support of Michelle Obama’s voting nonprofit When We All Vote. Gabrielle Union will host a table read that will include Sterling K. Brown, Uzo Aduba, and more. Deadline reports that Sterling K. Brown, Uzo Aduba, Ryan Bathe, Aisha Hinds, Kendrick Sampson an...
Tags: Hollywood, Gabrielle Union, Movies, Nbc, Jay Z, Friends, New York City, Events, Michelle Obama, Pope, Tessa Thompson, Ross, Black, Uzo Aduba, Hinds, Brown


David Byrne’s American Utopia Trailer Debuts Ahead of HBO Max Premiere

David Byrne’s American Utopia Trailer Debuts Ahead of HBO Max Premiere HBO Max has released the full David Byrne’s American Utopia trailer for Spike Lee’s upcoming concert film which was recorded during its run at Broadway’s Hudson Theatre in New York City. In addition, Deadline brings word that Universal Pictures Content Group is nearing a deal to acquire the international distribution rights of the film and is targeting a November release. Check out the trailer now in the player below! REL...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, New York City, Canada, Broadway, Streaming, Spike Lee, Janelle Monae, David Byrne, Byrne, Hudson Theatre, ComingSoon, Movie News, American Utopia, Universal Pictures Content Group, HBO Max


Experience the Astounding in 'David Byrne's American Utopia' Trailer

"As people, we're work in progress… Who we are extends beyond ourselves." HBO has debuted a new full-length official trailer for David Byrne's American Utopia, a stage show doc directed by Spike Lee. This just premiered at the Toronto Film Festival to exceptional rave reviews, calling it one of the very best recorded-performance docs ever made, highlighting one of the best shows ever put on stage. David Byrne's American Utopia brings the critically acclaimed Broadway show to HBO in a one-of-...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Trailer, New York City, Oscar, Broadway, Documentaries, Spike Lee, David Byrne, Hudson Theatre, To Watch, American Utopia, American Utopia Trailer


25 TV shows Netflix canceled even though critics loved them

"Marvel's Daredevil." Netflix Netflix often sees little value in long-running TV shows, which has led to some critically acclaimed series getting the boot early in their runs. We looked at 25 Netflix originals beloved by critics that were canceled, from "The Society" to "The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix doesn't love long-running TV shows and sometimes that means great shows get the ax early.The streaming giant has cancele...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, New York City, Time, Norman Lear, Los Angeles, Trends, Society, Features, Chicago, Fox, Netflix, Atlantic, New York Times


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Bringing Out the Dead’ is One of Martin Scorsese’s Best Movies

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Bringing Out the Dead Where You Can Stream It: Amazon Prime Video The Pitch: Insomniac paramedic Nicolas Cage is at the end of his rope as he navigates around a hellish New York City, trying to save the sick and dying. Why It’s Essential Quarantine Viewing: The words “underrated” and “Scorsese” don’t really go together. For almo...
Tags: New York, Movies, New York City, Features, Scorsese, Patricia Arquette, Nicolas Cage, Cage, Martin Scorsese, Frank, Pierce, Robert Richardson, Netflix/Streaming Video, Frank Pierce, Schrader, Featured Stories Sidebar


This Week In Trailers: The Comedy Store, After So Many Days, I Am Greta, Wolfwalkers, Bigorexia

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we pay a visit to a historic comedy venue, live on the road to try to hit it big, save the world, catch the latest by Oscar-caliber...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Ireland, This Week In Trailers, Paris, Movie Trailers, Pixar, Sam, Atlantic Ocean, Robyn, Asperger, Jim, Greta, Moore


A Rainy Day in New York Sets U.S. Release Date for October

A Rainy Day in New York sets U.S. release date for October MPI Media Group and Signature Entertainment have announced the U.S. release date of Woody Allen’s romantic comedy film A Rainy Day in New York, after over a year since it was delayed by Amazon Studios. Originally scheduled for a July 2019 release, the Timothée Chalamet and Elle Fanning-led film will now hit the theaters on Friday, October 9. The date announcement also came with the released of a new trailer which you can check out be...
Tags: Amazon, Video, New York, Movies, New York City, Time, Steve Martin, Selena Gomez, Woody Allen, Liev Schreiber, Allen, Gomez, Gatsby, Elle Fanning, Denis Villeneuve, RAINN


Annual home price growth blasts to highest level since 2014

According to Redfin's latest report, booming buyer demand caused by low interest rates and continuing inventory shortages are responsible for the climb.
Tags: New York City, Radio, Memphis, Redfin, Tulsa, Markets & Economy, Select, Median Home Price, Home Price Growth, Taylor Marr


‘Emily in Paris’ Trailer: Lily Collins is Single in the City of Lights and Shaking Things Up

Sex and the City followed the exploits of a sex columnist and her horny friends as they navigated intimacy, eroticism and romance in New York City. Now series creator Darren Star is bringing some of that energy to the City of Lights with his new Netflix series. Emily in Paris follows Lily Collins (Love Rosie, Mirror Mirror) as a young, single marketing executive who suddenly lands her dream job in Paris. What’s a girl to do in the most romantic city in the world? Well, she’s going to hook up wi...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Romance, Drama, New York City, Chicago, Netflix, United States, Paris, Darren Star, Emily, Lily Collins, TV Trailer, Emily in Paris, Leroy Beaulieu


‘Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ PS5 Gameplay Demo is Action-Packed

Fan-favorite Miles Morales gets to take center stage in the upcoming game Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Set a year after the events of Sony’s Spider-Man game, this sequel follows Miles as he “masters new powers to become his own Spider-Man.” The game is launching along with the PlayStation 5 this November and ahead of that release, a Spider-Man: Miles Morales PS5 Gameplay Demo gives a detailed look at what you can expect. Spider-Man Miles Morales PS5 Gameplay Demo Developed by Insomniac G...
Tags: Movies, Video Games, New York City, Sony, Harlem, Miles, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Miles Morales, Roxxon, PS5 Sony, Spider-Man: Miles Morales


Disney Considering New Black Widow Release Date with Soul Possibly Moving to Disney+ 

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Disney Considering New Black Widow Release Date with Soul Possibly Moving to Disney+ According to Variety, Disney is eyeing a possible new release date for Black Widow, delaying the film from its November 6 opening though a new release date has not yet been announced. Additionally, the studio is exploring release options for Pixar’s Soul, which is currently scheduled to release on November 20 but could possibly move to Disney+. PB = PB || {}; ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Disney Plus, Movie News


12 up-and-coming, mid-sized metros

Mid-sized cities across the country are looking attractive as people try to avoid congested cities and seek out more affordable markets amidst an uncertain economic climate.
Tags: New York City, Lifestyle, Data, Analysis, Radio, Nature, Portland, Modesto, Syracuse, Zillow, Colorado Springs, Ogden Utah, Spokane, Boise, Lancaster, Huntsville


The two rom-coms that inspired Geraldine Viswanathan’s ‘Broken Hearts Gallery’ performance

Geraldine Viswanathan fell in love when she read the screenplay for “The Broken Hearts Gallery.” Not with Max or Nick, the male love interests in the romantic comedy the Australian actress had been offered, but with Lucy Gulliver, the character she’d play. “I just wanted to be her/be her best friend,” Viswanathan says. “I thought she was just so unapologetically herself. “And she wears her heart on her sleeve, and that’s a really brave thing to do, and inspires the people around her to be their ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, California, New York City, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Hugh Jackman, NICK, Lucy, Hamilton, Max, Grey, Amanda, Bridget Jones, Natalie


CS Video: The Broken Hearts Gallery Filmmaker & Cast on the Romance Comedy

CS Video: The Broken Hearts Gallery Filmmaker & Cast on the Romance Comedy ComingSoon.net had the opportunity to speak with The Broken Hearts Gallery writer and director Natalie Krinsky along with stars Geraldine Viswanathan and Dacre Montgomery about the new romance comedy from Sony Pictures, out now in theaters. You can check out the interviews now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gp...
Tags: Video, Movies, New York City, Bernadette Peters, Sony Pictures, Lucy, Taylor Hill, ComingSoon, Movie News, Dacre Montgomery, Natalie Krinsky, Geraldine Viswanathan, Broken Heart Gallery, Michelle Knudsen, Broken Hearts Gallery


"[T]here's one major difference between this film and the Steven Soderberghian Contagion-like reality we're all living in."

"Because in this movie, the virus is not fatal. It doesn't even cause a fever or a cough. Instead, the main and only symptom is absolute euphoria. That's it. Everyone it infects experiences unbridled happiness and elation. Its victims begin acting kindly to one another, deferential."From a "This American Life" segment on a 1968 movie called "What's So Bad About Feeling Good?" Transcript. Audio (recommended).It's a rom com — with Mary Tyler Moore and George Peppard — about a toucan that spreads a...
Tags: Movies, Law, New York City, Happiness, This American Life, Liz, Mary Tyler Moore, Don, Pete, Ann Althouse, George Peppard, Hinklemeyer


Abel Ferrara's Documentary About 'The Projectionist' Official Trailer

"Abel, I'm not a politician. I'm a survivor." Kino Lorber has unveiled the trailer for The Projectionist, a documentary from filmmaker Abel Ferrara. This originally premiered at last year's Tribeca Film Festival, and also stopped by the Torino Film Festival in Italy. The film director converses with the proprietor of a Cinema complex in Queens about the 1970s era of film making and exhibition in New York City, when things were edgier and sleazier than they are in today's cleaned up scene. Th...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, New York City, Cyprus, Queens, Italy, Manhattan, Documentaries, Abel, Tribeca Film Festival, Kino Lorber, Abel Ferrara, To Watch, Nicolas Nick Nicolaou


How to watch Netflix for free — you can now stream 'Stranger Things,' 'Bird Box,' and other titles without a subscription

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. "Stranger Things" season 3 Netflix Netflix is currently offering free access to 10 original movies and TV shows on its website.The selection includes full movies, like "Bird Box," and the first episode of select shows, like "Stranger Things."The free streaming titles are only available via a web browser.No subscription is necessary to watch, but each preview includes a 30-second commercial for Netfl...
Tags: Reviews, Europe, Entertainment, New York City, Trends, Tech, Features, Netflix, Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock, Streaming, Baby, David Attenborough, Alec Baldwin, Hdr, NICK


Compass CEO: We have people and systems in place to go public

Robert Reffkin said Compass doesn't need to go public to raise capital as revenues soar — but the company will be ready when the time comes.
Tags: Ipo, New York City, Radio, Compass, Mayor Bill De Blasio, Brokerage, Select, Robert Reffkin, Reffkin


Singer Bright Light Bright Light: “I’m not ‘body-appropriate’” for gay scene

  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Bright Light Bright Light (@brightlightx2) on May 2, 2020 at 8:59am PDT In an interview in the October issue of Attitude magazine, dance artist Bright Light Bright Light, aka Rod Thomas, has spoken out about how he’s often not felt “cool enough” to feel comfortable in some queer spaces. Now a resident of New York City, the Welsh-born 37-year-old, who has su...
Tags: London, Entertainment, New York City, Lifestyle, Elton John, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Thomas, Body positivity, Rod Thomas, Jake Shears, Bright Light Bright Light, Elton John Cher


First Trailer for 'Siempre, Luis' Documentary About Luis A. Miranda Jr.

"Doing everything we can becomes the job." HBO has released an official trailer for a documentary film titled Siempre, Luis, which originally premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Welcoming audiences into the man's passionate, patriotic, family-focused world, Siempre, Luis ultimately tells the story of a proud American whose dedication to community and fatherhood has rendered him an unstoppable force of nature. A story that embodies the tenacity and passion of the Americ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Trailer, New York City, Documentaries, Lin Manuel Miranda, To Watch, Luis A Miranda Jr, Siempre Luis, Luis A Miranda Jr Luis


Netflix Doesn’t Want to Buy More Movie Theaters, Says It Wants to “Beat Disney in Family Animation”

Don’t expect Netflix to make any further forays into owning movie theaters. The streaming giant already owns the Paris Theatre in New York City and the Egyptian in Hollywood, but according to a new interview with the company’s co-CEO, Reed Hastings, additional Netflix movie theaters probably aren’t in the cards. Something Netflix does want, however, is to “beat Disney in family animation.” Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter to support his new book, No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Exhibition, Paramount, Reed Hastings, Hastings, Don, Toro, Guillermo, Klaus, Family Films


US bank repossessions reach new low while foreclosure rates tick up

U.S. bank repossessions dropped by 6 percent in August to a total of 2,035 properties foreclosed on by lenders while foreclosure filings rose by 11 percent.
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