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The Trial of the Chicago 7 Trailer: Democracy Refuses to Back Down

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Trial of the Chicago 7 trailer: Democracy refuses to back down Netflix has released the full trailer for Oscar-winning filmmaker Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming timely drama film The Trial of the Chicago 7, giving us a closer look at one of the most notorious trials in history. Starring Jeremy Strong, Sacha Baron Cohen, Yahya Abdul Mateen II and more, the timely film will be available for streaming on Friday, October 16, exclusively on Netflix. Check out the The Trial of the ...
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The West Wing Special: HBO Max Sets Premiere Date & Guest Stars

The West Wing Special: HBO Max Sets Premiere Date & Guest Stars In celebration of the National Voter’s Registration Day, HBO Max has finally announced the premiere date for Aaron Sorkin’s highly-anticipated The West Wing special which will feature the return of the political series’ iconic cast as they put together a theatrical stage presentation of the “Hartsfield’s Landing” episode from the show’s third season. After 17 years, the award-winning cast led by Rob Lowe and Allison Janey is set...
Tags: TV, Movies, Aaron Sorkin, America, Taiwan, Chicago, New Hampshire, Bill Clinton, Oscar, Michelle Obama, TV News, Streaming, Emmy, Rob Lowe, Allison Janney, The West Wing

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-...
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New Over the Moon Trailer & Key Art for the Netflix Animated Adventure

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New Over the Moon trailer & key art for the Netflix animated adventure Netflix’s Over the Moon has debuted a final trailer and key art for the upcoming animated adventure. You can check out the Over the Moon trailer in the player below, along with new key art in the gallery! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAd...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Moon, Oscar, Glen Keane, Kimiko Glenn, Movie News, Audrey Wells, Gennie Rim, Glen Keane Dear Basketball, Peilin Chou Over the Moon, John Kahrs Paperman Gennie Rim Dear Basketball, Peilin Chou Abominable, Thomas Hui Over the Moon, Netflix Pearl Studio Production

‘Over the Moon’ Trailer: Netflix’s Animated Musical, Directed by a Disney Legend, Reimagines a Chinese Legend

Inspired by the Chinese tale of the Moon Goddess, Over the Moon reimagines a Chinese legend with the help of a Disney legend. Disney Legend and Oscar winner Glean Keane directs Over the Moon, Netflix’s first animated musical film, animated by DreamWorks’ Pearl Studios and featuring an all-Asian cast including Cathy Ang, Phillipa Soo, Ken Jeong, John Cho, and Sandra Oh. Watch the final Over the Moon trailer below. Over the Moon Trailer Netflix has released the final trailer for Over the ...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Moon, Oscar, Glen Keane, Movie Trailers, Pixar, Sandra, Rapunzel, Keane, Klaus, Steven Price, KPOP

Amazon Prime Video to Make ‘All In: The Fight for Democracy’ Free to Watch in Support of National Voter Registration Day

This Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day, and in the spirit of patriotism, Amazon is lifting its prime video paywall for the Amazon Original documentary All In: The Fight for Democracy for 24 hours. The documentary, which examines the issue of voter suppression in the United States, heavily features former Minority Leader of the Georgia House of Representatives Stacey Abrams, who will host an online watch party for the filming tomorrow. Amazon Prime Video announced that it is making A...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Documentary, United States, Oscar, States, Liz Garbus, Political, Amazon Prime Video, Abrams, Georgia House of Representatives, United States Voting, Neeko, Stacey Abrams, Dan Cogan, All In: The Fight for Democracy

‘Watchmen’ Composers Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross Just Won Their First Emmy and They’re One Tony Away From an EGOT

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are now one Tony away from achieving that coveted EGOT status. The Nine Inch Nails collaborators and Oscar-winning composers added an Emmy to their collection with a trophy for their score on HBO’s Watchmen. It marks Reznor and Ross’ first Emmy win. Reznor and Ross have won an Emmy award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie or Special for their work on HBO’s Watchmen. This brings them one award closer to earning EGOT status, which is the...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Awards, Oscar, Broadway, Emmy, Emmys, David Fincher, Social Network, Ross, Damon Lindelof, Trent Reznor, Nine Inch Nails, Tony, Reznor, Atticus Ross

There’s horror at the drive-in as Beyond Fest brings genre movie celebration to Montclair

Beyond Fest, which bills itself as the most-attended genre film festival in the nation, will take place as scheduled this year. Though instead of indoor cinemas, all of the movies will be screened at the Mission Tiki Drive-In in Montclair, organizers announced Friday. And really, given the mix of horror, suspense and similar fare, what better place to watch this mix of world or U.S. premieres and retrospectives of classically creepy films than the drive-in? “We covet the theatrical experience ab...
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‘Song Exploder’ Trailer: Award-Winning Musicians Break Down Their Songs Piece-By Piece

Making music can be magical and mystifying, especially for those of us who have no discernible musical talent whatsoever. But Netflix’s new documentary series Song Exploder, inspired by the podcast of the same name, will cut to the core of famous songs from award-winning and chart-topping musicians by having the creators break them down piece-by-piece. From the creation of melodies to the personal inspiration behind the music and lyrics, Song Exploder looks at every facet of a song through in-d...
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Your Honor Trailer Starring Bryan Cranston in Showtime’s Limited Series

Your Honor Trailer Starring Bryan Cranston in Showtime’s Limited Series Showtime has released the official trailer for Your Honor, the legal thriller miniseries starring Oscar nominee and Golden Globe and Emmy winner Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Trumbo, All the Way) as a judge who must protect his son after a tragic event. You can check out the trailer now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh ...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Showtime, Oscar, TV News, New Orleans, BAFTA, Bryan Cranston, Robert, Cranston, Golden Globe, Michelle King, Michael Stuhlbarg, CBS Television Studios, Liz Glotzer

The Last Shift Trailer Starring Richard Jenkins in Sony’s New Comedy

The Last Shift Trailer Starring Richard Jenkins in Sony’s New Comedy Sony Pictures has released the official trailer for The Last Shift, the upcoming comedy starring Oscar nominee Richard Jenkins (The Shape of Water, The Visitor, Nightmare Alley). You can check out the trailer now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie =...
Tags: Video, Movies, Richard Jenkins, Oscar, Sony, Sony Pictures, Golden Globe, Stanley, Kevin Feige, Tom Holland, Alexander Payne, Movie News, Ed O'Neil, Jevon, Shane Paul McGhie, The Last Shift

Jake Gyllenhaal Teases New Project with Director Denis Villeneuve

Jake Gyllenhaal Teases New Project with Director Denis Villeneuve During an interview with cinematographer Roger Deakins on the Team Deakins podcast, Academy Award nominee Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler, Spider-Man: Far From Home) revealed that he and Oscar-nominated director Denis Villeneuve (Dune, Arrival) are reuniting on a secret project. The pair previously worked together on the crime drama Prisoners — which earned Deakins an Oscar nomination for Best Achievement in Cinematography — and ...
Tags: Movies, Jake Gyllenhaal, Oscar, Kurt Sutter, Indiewire, Gyllenhaal, Villeneuve, Roger Deakins, Antoine Fuqua, Denis Villeneuve, Fuqua, Deakins, ComingSoon, Movie News, George Pimentel WireImage, Gustav Möller

Gordon Ramsay's son Oscar's verdict on lunch cracks fans up

Gordon Ramsay's adorable son Oscar is not only taking after his famous dad in the looks...
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Five weird thought experiments to break your brain

Thought experiments are quite popular, though some get more time in the sun than others. While they are supposed to help guide our intuition to help solve difficult problems, some are a bit removed from reality. Can we trust the intuitions we have about problems set in sci-fi worlds or that postulate impossible monsters? Despite the reported unpopularity of philosophy, its thought experiments are extremely popular tools for helping people understand how they look at the world. Famous examples, ...
Tags: Science Fiction, Identity, Earth, Larry Ellison, Innovation, Oscar, Philosophy, Utopia, Mind, Ellison, Pascal, Bioethics, Peter Singer, Davidson, Putnam, XYZ

Dopesick: Will Poulter Joins Michael Keaton in New Hulu Miniseries

Dopesick: Will Poulter joins Michael Keaton in new Hulu miniseries Following the recent addition of Golden Globe nominee Kaitlyn Dever (Booksmart), Deadline brings word that The Maze Runner alum Will Poulter has been tapped for a series regular role in Hulu‘s forthcoming limited series Dopesick. He is set to portray a sales rep character named Billy, who was hired by Purdue Pharma to help launch their new drug OxyContin. Poulter and Dever will be joining previously announced cast members Osca...
Tags: TV, Movies, Virginia, Stephen King, America, Netflix, Oscar, TV News, Streaming, DEA, Hulu, Michael Keaton, Peter Sarsgaard, Billy, Barry Levinson, Will Poulter

Leeds success has Hollywood star crowing

London (AFP) – Leeds United’s return to the Premier League after a 16 year hiatus has pleased no one more than Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe. The 56-year-old star has followed the club since he was... Visit for the rest of the story.
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The Father Trailer Starring Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman & Imogen Poots

The Father Trailer Starring Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman & Imogen Poots Sony Pictures Classics has released the official trailer for The Father, an upcoming drama starring Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins (The Two Popes, The Silence of the Lambs, Westworld) Oscar winner Olivia Colman (The Favourite, The Crown, Fleabag), and Imogen Poots (Vivarium, Green Room, 28 Weeks Later). You can check out the trailer now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlon...
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The Trial of the Chicago 7 Trailer: The Whole World is Watching

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Trial of the Chicago 7 trailer: The whole world is watching Netflix has released the teaser trailer for Oscar-winning filmmaker Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming timely drama film The Trial of the Chicago 7, offering us our first preview of the star-studded cast including Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as their characters fight for their rights. The film is scheduled to be released in select theaters this September, and will be available for streami...
Tags: Video, Movies, Aaron Sorkin, America, Chicago, Netflix, Joseph Gordon-levitt, Eddie Redmayne, Oscar, Vietnam, New York Stock Exchange, Sacha Baron Cohen, Abbie Hoffman, Tyler Thompson, ComingSoon, Movie News

And now to brighten your day, here’s Matt Bomer stripping

Magic Mike Welcome to Screen Gems, Welcome to Screen Gems, our weekend dive into queer and queer-adjacent titles of the past that deserve a watch or a rewatch.our weekend dive into queer and queer-adjacent titles of the past that deserve a watch or a rewatch. The Aphrodisiac: Magic Mike Why did it take Hollywood so long to figure out that audiences enjoy seeing naked men as much as naked women? In 2012, they finally cracked the cipher. Magic Mike takes some of Tinseltown’s best-looking men–Ma...
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Gordon Ramsay's wife Tana shares picture of son Oscar – and he's his dad's double!

Gordon and Tana Ramsay's son Oscar is one adorable tot! The proud mother-of-five wished...
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Gordon Ramsay's son Oscar shows off serious rhythm in adorable new video

Gordon Ramsay has proved once again that his son Oscar is his mini-me thanks to his latest...
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Jessica Chastain is Heading to TV to Play a Country Music Legend in Paramount Network’s ‘George & Tammy’

Jessica Chastain is heading into unfamiliar territory: television. It will actually be doubly unfamiliar territory for the It: Chapter 2 actress, as Chastain will also be making her way into the country music scene, playing music legend Tammy Wynette in the upcoming Spectrum Originals and Paramount Network limited series, George & Tammy. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Chastain is set to play country music legend Tammy Wynette in a limited series called George & Tammy for Spectrum...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Television, Movies, Oscar, Cbs, Josh Brolin, Tammy, Musical, True Story, Jones, George, Jessica, Abe, George Jones, Chastain, Tammy Wynette

‘Console Wars’ Trailer: CBS All Access Documentary Chronicles the Battle Between Nintendo and Sega

Back in the mid-1990s, a war was not-so-quietly raging between video game titan Nintendo and scrappy underdog Sega, which battled for dominance in the American market through a combination of creative tech innovations and sneaky, underhanded tactics. It was a “battle that defined a generation” and revolutionized the video game industry, and it was one that was chronicled in /Film contributor Blake J. Harris‘ non-fiction book, Console Wars. It was an intriguing story, and it wasn’t long before C...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Oscar, Nintendo, Mario, Cbs, Seth Rogen, Scott Rudin, Sega, Cbs All Access, Grey, HARRIS, Evan Goldberg, Console Wars, Blake J Harris, Jordan Vogt Roberts

Wim Wenders Recalls ‘Hopeless’ Casting Session With Michelle Williams (VIDEO)

Three-time Oscar nominee Wim Wenders, the director of “Paris, Texas,” “Wings of Desire” and “Buena Vista Social Club,” joined the “Life Through a Different Lens: Contactless Connections” talk earlier this week. Held by the Venice Film Festival and Mastercard, the virtual event allowed him to reminiscence about his beginnings. “I had no intention of becoming […]
Tags: News, Global, Oscar, Mastercard, Venice Film Festival, Buena Vista Social Club, Wim Wenders, Michelle Williams, Paris Texas

Halle Berry calls historic Oscar win 'one of my biggest heartbreaks'

Halle Berry made history in 2002 when she became the first African American to win the best actress Oscar for her role in "Monster's Ball." Since then, things have not exactly gone the way one might expect.
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Halle Berry: Oscar win is 'one of my biggest heartbreaks'

Halle Berry made history in 2002 when she became the first African American to win the best actress Oscar for her role in "Monster's Ball."
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‘Dune’: Director Denis Villeneuve’s Two Conditions for Making the Movie, and Why the 55-Year-Old Story is “More Relevant Than Ever”

Denis Villeneuve is one of the most exciting filmmakers working today, and it looks like his hot streak is going to continue with his next big movie. As of a few weeks ago, the filmmaker behind Arrival, Sicario, and Blade Runner 2049 was still hard at work on Dune, the first part of a planned two-movie adaptation of Frank Herbert’s massively influential 1960s sci-fi novel. But even though he’s in a self-described “sprint to finish the movie” before its December release date due to complications...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Stephen Colbert, Sci-fi, Features, Idaho, House, Oscar, Adaptation, Josh-Brolin, Jordan, Warner Bros, Denis, Oscar Isaac, Ridley Scott, Rebecca Ferguson

The Oscars Announce New Inclusion Standards for Best Picture Eligibility

Ever since the #OscarsSoWhite debacle of 2015, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have been making significant strides to try to change their image as a creaky, majority-white institution. They’ve welcomed more women, people of color, and international stars into their ranks, expanded their categories, and so on. But the Academy may have made its most significant stride yet with the new introduction of inclusion standards into the Oscars eligibility rules. To be eligible for a Best...
Tags: Movies, Awards, Diversity, Oscar, Academy Awards, Academy, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, Pacific Islander, Jim Gianopulos, DeVon Franklin, Hollywood Reporter Starting, British Film Institute Diversity Standards

Holding Toronto Film Festival Online Is Good For Film Criticism And For Films Themselves

“The word-of-mouth reactions that take hold there are leveraged by marketing teams and Oscar campaign consultants, and a consensus emerges that underpins the entire awards season. … Multiplied by thousands of bloggers, critics and everyday festivalgoers, one tingle can go from a feeling to an entire business model.” That can’t happen this year, and Ann Hornaday makes the case that this is a very good thing. – The Washington Post
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Sir Ronald Harwood: Playwright and Oscar-winning screenwriter dies aged 85

Sir Ronald, regarded as one of Britain's great post-war dramatists, died of natural causes, his agent says.
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