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All the Details on Ridley Scott’s ‘Napoleon’ Starring Joaquin Phoenix and Vanessa Kirby

More than two decades since Joaquin Phoenix landed his first Oscar nomination, for playing an unhinged Roman emperor, the Academy Award winner is reuniting with his “Gladiator” director Ridley Scott for another epic period piece.Originally titled “Kitbag,” upcoming historical drama “Napoleon” centers on the infamous ruler’s life and love with his wife Josephine, played by […]

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Paul Mescal Replaces Blake Jenner in Richard Linklater’s 20-Year ‘Merrily We Roll Along’

We’re only nine days into the year, but Paul Mescal is already having quite the 2023. Just days after landing the coveted lead role in Ridley Scott’s “Gladiator” sequel, the “Aftersun” star has joined the cast of Richard Linklater’s “Merrily We Roll Along.” (Above the Line first reported the news.)The film is an adaptation of […]

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Composer Henry Jackman Praises A Key Moment In John Williams’ Empire Strikes Back Score [Exclusive]

Few composers have shaped the soundscape of Hollywood cinema for the past 30 years quite like Hans Zimmer. From “The Lion King” to “The Thin Red Line,” “Gladiator,” “Dune: Part One,” and his work on Christopher Nolan’s films, Zimmer’s best soundtracks are capable of telling gripping stories all on their own. Just as impressive, in […]

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Alien Movies in Order: How to Watch Chronologically and by Release Date

It’s hard to overstate the profound impact of Ridley Scott on modern visual media. His style and techniques permeate genres and mediums beyond quantification. They’re backed into the identity of popular culture. In his near 60-year tenure directing cinema, he’s created classics including Blade Runner, Thelma and Louise, G.I. Jane, Gladiator, Black Hawk Down, and […]

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‘They/Them’ Trailer: Kevin Bacon Welcomes Queer Teens to a Haunted Conversion Camp

Forget Camp Crystal Lake — it’s Whistler Camp that truly is the stuff of nightmares.The Blumhouse-produced horror film “They/Them” debuts Friday, August 5 on Peacock and centers on conversion camp Whistler, run by charismatic camp director Owen Whistler played by Kevin Bacon, who also executive produces the film. Licensed therapist and Owen’s wife Cora Whistler […]

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Michelle Pfeiffer to star in ‘Wild Four O’Clocks’ for Protagonist, CAA

CAA Media Finance is handling domestic sales for the film.Michelle Pfeiffer is set to star in Peter Craig’s drama Wild Four O’Clocks, with UK-based Protagonist Pictures boarding international sales, and CAA Media Finance handling domestic rights.Wild Four O’Clocks is about a woman who has to care for her two young grandsons when their father is […]

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