Spanish director Paco León’s sex comedy Kiki, Love to Love has been announced as the opening night film for the 20th Spanish Film Festival.
The comedy was “freely adapted” from Josh Lawson’s The Little Death (2014),
Kick off your dancing shoes! Why? It’s time to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Fever, as Paramount Pictures releases a new director’s cut edition of John Badham’s highly influential classic.
The film – which
Blumhouse Productions and Universal are teaming up with Akiva Goldsman (Winter’s Tale) for a remake of Stephen King’s Firestarter, it has been announced at the Overlook Film Festival.
The announcement comes after Stephanie, the most recent
Netflix is once again shaking up Hollywood. The internet streaming giant has inked a deal with Martin Scorsese that will see it release upcoming gangster movie The Irishman.
Initially, Paramount Pictures was lined up to distribute,
Gunpowder & Sky have debuted the red band trailer for Jeff Baena’s upcoming Monty Pythonesque comedy The Little Hours ahead of its theatrical release next month.
The concept of the film is simple: a young servant
Focus Features has debuted a new trailer for Sofia Coppola’s upcoming thriller The Beguiled, set to compete for the Palme d'Or award at the Cannes Film Festival this month.
The film is set in Virginia during
Amazon Studios has debuted the first trailer for romantic comedy The Big Sick from Michael Showalter (Hello, My Name Is Doris), set for a limited theatrical release this June.
The rom-com is based on the real-life
Gunpowder & Sky Distribution have debuted the trailer for Ben Young’s crime-thriller Hounds of Love, set for limited theatrical release on May 12.
The film is set in suburban Perth during the mid-1980s, as 17-year-old Vicki
Brandon Christensen’s Still/Born, dubbed the “scariest film” by some critics, has secured a deal ahead of its market debut at the Cannes Film Festival later this month.
UK-based Jinga Films has swooped in to represent the
Two Sides of the Truth is Viola Davis’ new production project for TV One, a true crime series focusing on police violence in black communities, with the Oscar-winning actress herself set to produce and narrate.