Alejandro G. Iñárritu Wraps Production On New Film Bardo (Or False Chronicle Of A Handful Of Truths)

Alejandro G. Iñárritu, director of “Birdman,” “The Revenant,” and more, has wrapped production on his latest film. The movie has the delightfully pretentious title “Bardo (or False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths),” and it’s the filmmaker’s first entirely Mexican project in 20 years. Daniel Jimenez Cacho and Griselda Siciliani star in the film, which follows a Mexican journalist […]

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Daily Podcast: Pitch Perfect TV Show, Netflix’s Roald Dahl Universe, And An Interview With David S. Goyer

On the September 23, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by senior writer and weekend editor Brad Oman to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Netflix’s Roald Dahl extended universe and a “Pitch Perfect” TV series. Then, /Film senior news editor Jacob Hall interviews David S. […]

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Agents Of Shield Star Says She’s Not In Secret Invasion, Stop Bothering Her At Target

With the Marvel Cinematic Universe expanding outwards in bigger and bolder directions, fans of Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” have been clamoring for the popular characters from the Marvel Television production to cross over into the MCU proper in a future film or TV series. That possibility has always seemed rather unlikely, especially considering the fact […]

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Apple’s Wool Series Builds Out Its Dystopia With Rashida Jones And David Oyelowo

“Foundation” isn’t the only sci-fi adaptation Apple TV+ is bringing to the small screen. The streaming service — which launched only a couple of years ago, but is getting industry recognition for shows like “Ted Lasso” — is also developing “Wool,” a series based on the popular books by Hugh Howey.We’ve already knew that “Wool” […]

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Tom Hardy Called Andy Serkis for ‘Venom’ Motion Capture Help Before Deciding to Use CGI

Tom Hardy did not use motion-capture technology to bring Venom to life in the eponymous 2018 comic book blockbuster, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t consider it. In a new interview with Uproxx, Gollum actor and motion-capture icon Andy Serkis revealed that he got a call from Hardy prior to the production of “Venom” asking […]

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Frances McDormand and Joel Coen on Scott Rudin’s Alleged Abuse: ‘I Never Witnessed Any of It’

Ahead of the New York Film Festival world premiere of “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” director Joel Coen and star Frances McDormand are refuting claims that they knew about alleged abuses by Broadway and film producer Scott Rudin. Coen and McDormand sat down for a sprawling interview with Deadline about their new film, of which Rudin […]

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The 14 Most Dangerous Mission: Impossible Stunts, Ranked Worst To Best

“Mission: Impossible” premiered on CBS in 1966 as an upside down “Topkapi” riff that left the conniving to the good guys. For creator Bruce Geller, expertise was the point. Characters and plots were left blank and blurry, forcing viewers to join the Impossible Missions Force or be left in the high-tech dust. Fun only got […]

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Chris Pratt Is Voicing Mario In The Animated Super Mario Bros. Movie, And That’s Game Over

The fact that this breaking news isn’t just the phrase “lol wut?” 100x is truly a testament to the dedication I have to my job. As part of the Nintendo Direct livestream discussing the winter releases and news for the Switch, Nintendo revealed an upcoming animated feature in co-production with Illumination about everyone’s favorite goomba-stomping plumber […]

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Ray Liotta: ‘Why haven’t I worked with Scorsese since Goodfellas? You’d have to ask him. I’d love to’

After years of avoiding crime films, he’s back as a mafioso in the Sopranos prequel The Many Saints of Newark. He talks about being adopted and getting into acting – and saves a surprise for the endI am a little trepidatious ahead of my interview with Ray Liotta because the reviews, shall we say, are […]

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