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China Box Office: With Hollywood Tentpoles Still on Ice, ‘Raging Fire’ Reigns

The list of major Hollywood tentpoles that have released in the U.S. in the past month but not yet fixed a China release date is growing ever longer — an issue of significant concern to industry players on both sides of the Pacific.“Black Widow,” “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” “Jungle Cruise” and now “The Suicide […]

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Be Good or Be Gone review – sharp Dublin crime thriller with deadpan charm

Criminal cousins try to rebuild their lives in Cathal Nally’s likably quirky, low-budget debut featureThis ultra-low-budget feature about working-class cousins on temporary release from Dublin’s Mountjoy prison feels a bit like the sort of sketchy, acoustic-sharp Irish black comedy that Lenny Abrahamson or Martin McDonagh (from the In Bruges period) made in their early years, […]

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Franco Nero on ‘Recon,’ Cuba Project, and ‘Django Lives!,’ in Which He Hopes Tarantino Will Cameo (Exclusive)

Italian screen legend Franco Nero is having a busy year. “Recon,” the Robert Port-directed World War II thriller in which he stars, opened theatrically on Veteran’s Day in the U.S. as an event release and since then has been playing well online. German courtroom procedural “The Collini Case,” in which Nero has the title role, […]

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‘Train to Busan’ Sequel ‘Peninsula’ Scares Up $13 Million in South Korea

While the global box office may be crippled right now, one movie that brought a dose of hope to South Korean theaters this past weekend was Yeon Sang-ho’s “Peninsula.” The sequel to 2016’s cult favorite “Train to Busan,” the post-apocalyptic thriller earned $13 million at the South Korean box office, according to Deadline’s figures. In […]

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7 New Netflix Shows to Binge in January, and the Best Reasons to Watch

1. “Black Earth Rising” (available January 25)Why Should I Watch? Hugo Blick, the creator behind “The Honourable Woman,” brings Netflix a co-production with BBC Two about a London-based legal investigator whose past comes back to haunt her. Kate Ashby (Michaela Coel) was born in Rwanda and orphaned by genocide, and now her adoptive mother is […]

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‘The Day After’ Trailer: Director Hong Sang-soo Is Back With His Soulful Cannes Standout Film [Exclusive]

“The Day After” is a film that we’ve been following for a long time. After its premiere at last year’s Cannes Film Festival, we’ve been waiting for the official release Stateside. And with the film finally making its debut this May, we now are pleased to bring you an exclusive trailer and poster for the […]

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