‘I Need That Dress’ and Other Thoughts We Had During the Only Murders in the Building Season 2 Premiere

We’re back at the Arconia, the fireworks are sparkling in Charles Haden-Savage’s imagination, and wouldn’t you know it—more people are dead! Last season’s finale of the hilarious murder-mystery comedy Only Murders in the Building ended, as expected, on a quaint note: Mabel Mora (Selena Gomez) returned to her apartment in the famed Upper West Side […]

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Wim Wenders: ‘With restoration, there’s a danger you can falsify the film’

The German multi-hyphenate on how he’s future-proofing classics like Wings of Desire and Paris, Texas. Wim Wenders is in London accompanying new restorations of a number of his classic movies, in collaboration with Curzon for a season called Kino Dreams. Although he still keeps his hand in as a director, photographer and painter, the German […]

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Tom Cruise: Hollywood’s last leading man

After eight years of development, two years in production and three release date postponements, Tom Cruise returned to the big screen at the end of May, reprising his iconic role as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell in the long-anticipated Top Gun: Maverick. The film has been overwhelmingly well-received by both audiences and critics alike, making $740 million […]

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Kit Harington Could Return as Jon Snow in a Game of Thrones Sequel Series

Jon Snow’s story is not over yet. HBO is reportedly in the early development stages of a live-action Game of Thrones spin-off focused on Jon Snow, per The Hollywood Reporter. Kit Harington, who portrayed the moody hero through the original series’ eight seasons, would reprise the role if the show moves forward. HBO and Harington’s […]

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Sean Durkin will square off with Zac Efron for a homespun wrestling tragedy

Sean Durkin quietly dropped one of the early pandemic’s finest films during the dry season of streaming-only releasing in 2020, though pressing world events put something of a ceiling on the number of eyeballs that The Nest ultimately reached. But writer/director Sean Durkin (of 2011’s Martha Marcy May Marlene) is back, and it looks like […]

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Former B.C. Child Star Had Plans To Kill Justin Trudeau After Killing His Mother: Documents

By Amy Judd, Globalnews.ca. 1 hour ago WARNING: Some readers may find details in this story disturbing. Discretion is advised. A former B.C. child star had plans to drive to Ottawa and kill Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after he killed his mother in April 2020. Details were revealed in court Monday during the first day […]

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Bradley Cooper Opens Up About Past Cocaine Addiction: ‘I Was So Lost’

By Brent Furdyk. 6 mins ago Bradley Cooper is getting candid about his past issues with substance abuse, and how he was successfully able to put it all behind him. Appearing on the latest edition of the “Smartless” podcast, Cooper joined hosts Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett to discuss how he was able […]

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20 years on, Scooby Doo is still a thrillingly silly throwback teen comedy

Growing up in the early 2000s, the live-action Scooby-Doo movie was a regular Saturday night video rental in my house – 20 years since its release, the film evokes memories of the candy-coloured, celebrity-obsessed zeitgeist of the early noughties.  Released in 2002 and based on the popular Hanna-Barbera cartoon, Scooby-Doo follows a group of sleuthing […]

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Simon Pegg Recalls His Sickening Alcohol Addiction, Says He’d ‘One Hundred Per Cent’ Be Dead Without Treatment 

By Melissa Romualdi. 2 hours ago Simon Pegg looked back on his addiction to alcohol, admitting that, had he not received treatment, he would “one hundred per cent” be dead. The 52-year-old actor claims his addiction was caused by reliving his troubled childhood in order to write his 2009 memoir, Nerd Do Well, explaining that he used to […]

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What Price Hollywood: The Story of A Star is Born

Choose one film to represent the essence of golden-age Hollywood, and George Cukor’s A Star is Born could well be a contender. There’s the glamour of starpacked, floodlit premieres. There’s the sheer punch of Judy Garland’s own pedal-to-the-floor performance, as the band singer who’s taken up by booze-addled matinee idol James Mason, and hits the […]

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