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What Makes 'Black Panther 2' Story Hard to Predict

The most exciting thing about Ryan Coogler's 'Black Panther 2' is it's entirely unclear what it will be about, or even who will be in it.read more

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'Happy New Year, Colin Burstead': Film Review | LFF 2018

Cult British director Ben Wheatley moves beyond his normal bloodthirsty genre fare with his BBC-backed dysfunctional family drama 'Happy New Year, Colin Burstead'.read more

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Ryan Coogler is returning to write and direct 'Black Panther 2' after turning the Marvel Studios property into a $1.3 billion hit. read more

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In the official trailer for 'Ben Is Back,' Julia Roberts tries to help son Lucas Hedges escape his drug-dealing past. Peter Hedges directed the movie, in theaters Dec. 7, while Kathryn Newton, Alexandra Park, Courtney B. Vance, Rachel Bay Jones and Michael Esper make up the supporting cast.read more

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If you’ve seen The Raid films, for instance, a pair of movies so ardently bloody that their orchestrated mayhem, then you know what Gareth Evans' aesthetic is.read more

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Hollywood Flashback: Neil Armstrong's Moonwalk Killed the Box Office in 1969

Ahead of Damien Chazelle's astronaut biopic 'First Man' opening Friday, The Hollywood Reporter takes a look at how the moon landing was positive for TV ratings but killed the box office in 1969.read more

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Sarah Paulson Nabs Lead in Lionsgate Thriller 'Run'

Sarah Paulson has landed the lead role in Lionsgate's upcoming thriller 'Run.' read more

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Jordan Peele and Donald Glover Almost Starred in 'Sorry to Bother You'

Director Boots Riley said that Jordan Peele and Donald Glover almost starred in 'Sorry to Bother You.'read more

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DOC NYC Reveals 2018 Lineup

DOC NYC, the documentary film festival, will open with John Chester's 'The Biggest Little Farm' and close with 'Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists.'read more

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Tribeca, Chanel Recruit Courteney Cox, Lena Dunham for Women's Filmmaker Workshop

Courteney Cox, Lena Dunham and more female filmmakers will participate in Chanel and the Tribeca Film Institute's upcoming "Through Her Lens" workshop for women. read more

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Polly Draper will both star and direct 'Stella's Last Weekend' — opening Oct. 12— which will have Draper's sons Alex and Nat Wolff as the leading actors. She details her experience as both a mom and director on set.read more

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If its mission is successful, the astronaut biographical drama 'First Man' will help in continuing to fuel an October boom at the U.S. box office, although it may not be able to blast past holdovers 'Venom' or 'A Star Is Born.'read more

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Scarlett Johansson Lands $15 Million Payday for Black Widow Movie

Scarlett Johansson, who has appeared in five movies as Black Widow, is finally landing a $15 million payday for an upcoming standalone film centered on the Marvel superheroine, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.read more

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Could Rare 'Mummy' Poster Fetch $1 Million at Auction?

Boris Karloff's The Mummy may be able to scare up some big money at auction this month. read more

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EagleTree Capital Acquires Majority Stake in Visual Effects Studio FuseFX

EagleTree Capital, the New York-based private equity and investment firm, has acquired a majority stake in FuseFX, the independent visual effects studio.read more

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Mumbai Film Festival Lineup Includes 'BlacKkKlansman,' 'Roma' and 'Cold War'

The Mumbai Film Festival, which marks its 20th anniversary this year, has announced its lineup for the World Cinema category which includes a wide selection of festival winners from Cannes, Sundance, Berlin, Toronto and Venice.read more

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Glass stars Bruce Willis (David Dunn) and Samuel L. Jackson (Elijah Price/Mr. Glass) from 2000's Unbreakable. This time they are joined by Split's James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy, who starred in that surprise sequel to Unbreakable last year. Sarah Paulson also stars as a psychiatrist who helps...

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