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Ed Westwick, Madalina Ghenea Team for Shark Survival Thriller ‘Deep Fear’

House of Gucci breakout Madalina Ghenea is set to take the lead in upcoming shark survival thriller Deep Fear, starring alongside Gossip Girl‘s Ed Westwick.Set in the Caribbean, Deep Fear is described as an “intense and visceral survival thriller with furious action throughout.”Directed by Marcus Adams (Long Time Dead, Octane, The Marksman) with the screenplay […]

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‘Sounds Like Love’ Trailer: María Valverde Becomes A “Cool Girl” For Director Juana Macías & Netflix

How do past romances influence our future? Netflix’s new film “Sounds Like Love” brings its lead character Maca face-to-face with an unresolved heartache. In the process, she comes to terms with painful emotions and the surrounding parts of her life, which still seem off course.Read More: The Best Films Of 2021, So FarThe film marks […]

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‘Girl’ director Lukas Dhont sets cast, starts shooting new film ‘Close’ (exclusive)

Emilie Dequenne, Léa Drucker are in the film.Belgo-French actress Emilie Dequenne and French actress Léa Drucker have signed to star in Lukas Dhont’s Close, the Belgian director’s follow-up to 2018 Caméra d’Or-winning Girl, that is now in production.Dhont has written Close with his Girl co-writer Angelo Tijssens; it follows the disruption of two 13-year-old boys’ […]

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‘We Can Be Heroes’ Teaser Trailer: Sharkboy and Lava Girl Are All Grown Up and Their Kids Need to Save Them

Robert Rodriguez has a superhero movie called We Can Be Heroes coming to Netflix at the beginning of 2021. Initially, it seemed like it was a new, original premise from the director, utilizing as much green screen technology as possible to bring it to life. But earlier this week, we learned the movie takes place […]

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‘Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street’: Film Review

In 1985, New Line rushed out a sequel to its breakout horror hit of the prior year. But while commercially successful enough, “A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge” was initially disliked by mainstream horror fans, then later won cult status, for the same reason: It struck many as “the gayest horror film of […]

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Les Arcs Film Fest Crowns Industry Winners

The 11th edition of the Les Arcs Film Festival’s Industry Village program, which highlights film projects in development and work-in-progress stage, has crowned its winners.The event, held in a French ski resort near the Swiss and Italian borders, has grown in reputation in recent years. Among the graduates of its industry wing are the Oscar-winning […]

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‘And Then We Danced’ Trailer: First Look at Georgian Gay Dance Romance Ahead of Cannes Debut

Every year the Cannes Film Festival offers a dizzying array of the highest quality cinema from international auteurs, and the queer films that play the croisette are no different. The queer films of recent years have ranged from the wildly controversial (see last year’s “Girl”) to the downright divine (2017’s “Bpm”), and this year promises […]

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Pawel Pawlikowski’s ‘Cold War’ Wins for Best Film, Director at European Film Awards

“Cold War,” Pawel Pawlikowski’s black-and-white romance set in the 1950s, scooped the prizes for best film, director and screenplay at the 31st edition of the European Film Awards on Saturday.“Cold War” star Joanna Kulig also won the award for best actress. Marcello Fonte, the star of Matteo Garrone’s “Dogman,” won for best actor.Armando Iannucci’s political […]

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Movies New to Netflix in January: ‘Pulp Fiction,’ ‘Pan’s Labyrinth,’ and More

As Netflix heads into its first legitimate Oscar season, the streaming giant is hoping to pull out nominations and wins for “Roma,” “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,” and “Girl.” Lest Netflix lose sight of its one true purpose, the platform will be streaming the entire “Indiana Jones” franchise beginning in January. The streamer announced today […]

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