A24 Films has premiered the first trailer for James Franco’s The Disaster Artist, set for theatrical release this December.
The Disaster Artist is based on the true story behind the making of Tommy Wiseau’s cult hit
Amazon has signed a multi-year deal with Agatha Christie Limited for rights to seven new adaptations. The first addition to this slate of international productions is Ordeal by Innocence, one of the Mother of Mystery’s
Mohawk, pegged as an “angry, breakneck chase through the forests of Colonial America”, is the next feature film from Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still Here). Written as part of a collaboration with novelist Grady Hendrix,
The Black List, along with Women in Film Los Angeles, has launched a new scheme for female screenwriters and another for writers developing young-adult scripts.
The new scheme, Feature Film Lab, will select six female writers
The cinematic streaming platform MUBI has curated another 30 days of special films and collections of renowned directors and fresh faces from across the globe.
This month’s highlights include auteur Jean Renoir’s most celebrated works as
Disney has revealed the beloved elephant Dumbo will fly into cinemas on March 29th, 2019.
Based on the 1941 animated classic, Tim Burton (Edward Scissorhands) is currently shooting this new adaptation, penned by Ehren Kruger (Ghost
A recent study claimed that 12% of adults share passwords to streaming subscriptions, such as Netflix and Hulu, including 21% of 18-24 year-olds.
In the case of Netflix, this could mean a loss of $400 million.
Acclaimed director and hero of horror, George Romero, has died at 77 after a short but aggressive battle with cancer.
Romero’s work first mesmerized audiences in 1968 with Night of the Living Dead, which spawned a
After months of speculation since Peter Capaldi (The Thick of It) announced he was stepping down from the iconic role, the BBC have named actress Jodie Whittaker as the next Doctor Who.
Whittaker (Broadchurch) will be
Future Imperfect: The Uncanny in Science Fiction
From July 17 through August 31, the Museum of Modern Art is screening up to 70 sci-fi movies. The film series will explore ambitious contributions to the genre, including