Remember the much maligned finale episode of 'Dexter', everyone?! Yeah, don’t worry about that. According to Michael C. Hall, there could be a 'Dexter' reboot coming soon, so whatever. Guess we all got upset over nothing.
Turn your attention to all the great indie cinema hitting the big screen this weekend. FD’s got you covered with our picks of the best movies to catch at the theater. Pull up to a bumper with 'Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami'; go bareback with 'The Rider'; and run from
If you enjoy complying with an archaic, abrasive set of rules in order to enjoy a glitzy film festival in a luxurious setting (and honestly, who doesn’t live for that?), the Cannes Film Festival is all yours, sweetheart. Notorious for being one of the stuffiest film events in the world,
Better get those bunion pads out, ladies, because the 71st Cannes Film Festival is upon us. After adding more draconian layers to its already outdated rules, in recent weeks the festival decided to ban press screenings, selfies, and Netflix from competition.
Here’s the ultimate guide to the most talked about pilots so far (which Deadline warns should be “taken with a grain of salt” – it is only April, after all.) Either way, looks like there’s going to be a lot of new content to enjoy when these pilots roll round
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This month there are plenty of gritty British imports, dark comedies, and period dramas stacked among some of the most majorly-anticipated returning TV shows of recent years. Start making excuses to cancel upcoming social events because April looks set to keep you in front of your TV (where you belong).
Oh boy, folks. This is it! Tommy Wiseau & Greg Sestero, the filmmaking dream team behind infamous bad movie 'The Room', are back with another jaw-droppingly bizarre feature titled 'Best F(r)iends: Volume One'.
In the same week Cannes announced a ban on Netflix Originals, evident industry purist Steven Spielberg also offered a glib criticism of Netflix, the quality of its movies, and its impact on the film industry. Turns out Mr. Spielberg has a real bee in his bonnet over Netflix Originals being