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New Images From ‘The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ Get Glamorous

It was recently announced that “Katrina: American Crime Story,” which was due to air next year, would had a production with filming not expected to begin until early 2018. That’s a bummer, but the good news is that “The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” will be coming in its place, and at least […]

Eleanor Tomlinson Cast In ‘Colette’; Vlad Alexis Boards ‘Code 8’

Eleanor Tomlinson has joined the Wash Westmoreland-directed biopic Colette, starring Keira Knightley and Dominic West. Co-written by Westmoreland and the late Richard Glatzer with revisions by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, the film follows Gabrielle Sidonie Colette (Knightley), whose husband, the charismatic egomaniacal writer Willy (West), permits Colette to write her novels using his name. The phenomenal success […]

‘To The Bone’ Trailer: First Look At Lily Collins In Marti Noxon’s Anorexia Drama

[WATCH] ‘To The Bone’ Trailer: Lily Collins In Marti Noxon’s Anorexia Drama | Deadline You will be redirected back to your article in seconds [embedded content] Netflix Netflix paid $8 million at Sundance this year for TV writer Marti Noxon’s feature debut To The Bone, a drama inspired by her own experiences with anorexia. The […]

Eli Roth To Direct Jack Black In ‘The House With A Clock In Its Walls’

Eli Roth has staked his cinematic reputation on horror that isn’t afraid to go for broke, serve up plenty of blood, and offer serious thrills, but his films have generally played to his niche audience, and that’s about it. Now, the filmmaker is taking another turn toward to the mainstream (don’t forget, he’s behind the […]

‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Sequel In The Works, Thanks To China

The only you probably remember about the dog reincarnation movie “A Dog’s Purpose” was the brief furor raised about allegations of animal abuse on the set of the film. What you might not have realized is that modestly budgeted film quietly racked up $64 million domestic, and another $128 million abroad, for a healthy $193 […]

‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Sequel In The Works, Thanks To China

The only you probably remember about the dog reincarnation movie “A Dog’s Purpose” was the brief furor raised about allegations of animal abuse on the set of the film. What you might not have realized is that modestly budgeted film quietly racked up $64 million domestic, and another $128 million abroad, for a healthy $193 […]

DC Films Exec Geoff Johns Admits ‘Suicide Squad’ “Didn’t Work Narratively,” Reveals Writing Started On ‘Wonder Woman 2’

Sometimes, all anybody wants to hear a studio executive say is that they got something wrong, rather than trying to blame critics, or saying the film was made for fans only. Even DC Films‘ most ardent supporters would probably concede that last summer’s “Suicide Squad” was far from perfect. While it hauled in a bunch […]

The Collider Podcast: Episode 93 – ‘Mummy’ Post-Mortem, ‘Cars 3’, and ‘The Book of Henry’

SHARE TWEET 0 This week on The Collider Podcast, we’re talking about Variety’s hit piece on Tom Cruise blaming him for The Mummy‘s failures, Cars 3, how Pixar has stagnated in recent years, where it could go from here, The Book of Henry, if it’s really as bad as everyone says, Colin Trevorrow‘s shortcomings as […]

‘The Young Pope’ DP Luca Bigazzi Gives A Window Into A Collaboration “Made Up Of Few Words And Mutual Understanding”

Working alongside writer/director Paolo Sorrentino—one of Italy’s most revered cinematic talents, nominated six times for the Palme d’Or—for nearly 15 years, The Young Pope cinematographer Luca Bigazzi feels that their collaboration has taught him a lot, spurring the evolution of his craft by virtue of Sorrentino’s unrelenting ambition. Having never worked on a television series, Bigazzi initially […]

An Artist Pushes Themselves to the Limit in Trailer for Andrew Rossi’s ‘Bronx Gothic’

For years, artist Okwui Okpokwasili has stunned audiences with her one-woman show, Bronx Gothic, a mix of forms (from dance to drama) engineered to relay the experience of black youths coming of age in the 1980s. It’s only right, then, that a big-screen treatment of said show would find a space between traditional this-is-who-they-are documentary […]