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The Production Size Of Dune ‘Blindsided’ Star Timothee Chalamet

“Call Me By Your Name,” “Little Women,” “Dune,” and this year’s upcoming Luca Guadagnino film, “Bones and All.” It’s Timothée Chalamet’s world, we’re just living in it.At just 26 years old, the young actor has already fostered an eclectic and vast career for himself. Even though he put himself on the map as an indie […]

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Billie Eilish and Mom Maggie Baird Honored at Ema Awards, With ‘Don’t Look Up’ and ‘Abbott Elementary’ Among Winners

Click here to read the full article.The Environmental Media Association held its annual awards gala on Saturday night, recognizing the efforts of those working toward a healthier planet. Don’t Look Up, Abbott Elementary, Yellowstone and The Problem with Jon Stewart were among the productions feted for their work in following green practices and telling stories […]

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Jennifer Lawrence Speaks Out on Hollywood Pay Gap: I’ll Always Make Less ‘Because of My Vagina’

One year later, and Jennifer Lawrence is telling fans to look up her salary for Oscar-nominated apocalypse film “Don’t Look Up.”The Oscar winner previously clarified that she was “extremely fortunate and happy” with her salary deal for the Adam McKay film, which gave Lawrence top billing but a 5 million-less paycheck compared to co-star Leonardo […]

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Anchorman Director Adam McKay Almost Made A Movie Out Of The Boys

Not long after Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s comic series “The Boys” debuted in 2006, people were trying to get the series adapted to the big screen. One of those people was Seth Rogen, who pushed for an adaptation for years before finally succeeding in getting it greenlit by Amazon in 2015. He now serves […]

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Nope review – Jordan Peele’s brilliantly horrifying ride to nowhere

The director’s elliptical follow-up to Us stars Daniel Kaluuya as a California wrangler defending the family ranch from a deadly threat from aboveAt a key moment in this self-consciously deconstructive slice of spectacular cinema from Jordan Peele, writer-director of Get Out and Us, a character theorises that the monster (whatever it may be) is at […]

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American Film Institute sets AFI Awards 2022 date

Honourees-only ceremony recognizes entire creative team in front of and behind camer.The American Film Institute (AFI) has set the AFI Awards 2022 honourees-only ceremony for January 13, 2023, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles.The awards celebrates creative teams as a whole and recognises talent in front of and behind the camera. Submissions and […]

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No Hard Feelings: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Jennifer Lawrence has given some excellent performances over the years, whether she’s saving the world in “The Hunger Games,” blowing up a microwave in “American Hustle,” or […]

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Kid Cudi Joins John Woo’s Thriller ‘Silent Night’ Opposite Joel Kinnaman

Grammy-winning singer, rapper, and actor Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi has signed on to star in John Woo’s “Silent Night,” an action-thriller about a father (Joel Kinnaman) venturing into the underworld to avenge his young son’s death. His son was caught in the crossfire of gang violence on Christmas Eve, hence the holiday-esque title. One of […]

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The 7 Best Movies New to Netflix in April 2022

With the Oscars in the rearview, it’s time to turn our sights to some fresh content. Or, in the case of Netflix’s April slate, old content that suddenly feels pretty fresh when stacked up next to titles like “The Power of the Dog” and “Don’t Look Up,” which by this point have worn out their […]

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