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Sandra Bullock and Mindy Kaling Break Out of ‘Actress Solitary Confinement’

Sandra Bullock and Mindy Kaling Break Out of ‘Actress Solitary Confinement’

From “Ocean’s 8,” Mindy Kaling, left, and Sandra Bullock. They and their cast mates shared trailers and information.

Review: In John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place,’ Silence Means Survival

Review: In John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place,’ Silence Means Survival

The director John Krasinski narrates a sequence from his film, in which he stars with Emily Blunt.

Whose Brooklyn Is It, Anyway?

Whose Brooklyn Is It, Anyway?

Spike Lee has scolded white gentrifiers of the Brooklyn of his film “Do the Right Thing,” pictured, and “Welcome Back, Kotter.”

Adjusting to a World That Won’t Laugh With You

Adjusting to a World That Won’t Laugh With You

Amy Schumer at the Beacon Theater.

Quentin Tarantino Responds to Uma Thurman as Polanski Comments Resurface

Quentin Tarantino Responds to Uma Thurman as Polanski Comments Resurface

Quentin Tarantino and Uma Thurman attend the premiere of “Kill Bill: Vol. 2” at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004. Both say that a crash during filming seriously damaged their relationship.

Star Wars Fans, Awakened by ‘The Force,’ Turn Out in Droves

Star Wars Fans, Awakened by ‘The Force,’ Turn Out in Droves

Fans at a screening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in Paris.

In the Heat of Battle, ‘In the Year of the Pig’

In the Heat of Battle, ‘In the Year of the Pig’

An American soldier in Vietnam, as seen in “In the Year of the Pig,” a 1969 documentary film directed by Emile de Antonio.

How a Director Uncovered Whitney Houston’s Secret Pain

How a Director Uncovered Whitney Houston’s Secret Pain

Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston in the documentary about her.

2019 Golden Globes Predictions: Which Movies Will Win?

2019 Golden Globes Predictions: Which Movies Will Win?

Could “A Star Is Born” take Golden Globes for its stars and for best drama?

A Robot Romance on Amazon, American Indies and a ‘Taxi Driver’ Commentary

A Robot Romance on Amazon, American Indies and a ‘Taxi Driver’ Commentary

Léa Seydoux is the title character in Amazon’s “Zoe.”

‘First Reformed’ Asks, Can God Forgive Us? Its Director Has an Answer

‘First Reformed’ Asks, Can God Forgive Us? Its Director Has an Answer

“First Reformed” asks: Can God forgive us? Paul Schrader, the writer-director, says, “The secular answer is he has to; that’s why we made him.”

The Late, Late Show With Martin Scorsese

The Late, Late Show With Martin Scorsese

Griffin Dunne and Teri Garr in the 1985 film “After Hours,” directed by Martin Scorsese.

Can Anita Hill Fix Hollywood’s Harassment Problem?

Can Anita Hill Fix Hollywood’s Harassment Problem?

“There’s so much will and desire to end this problem,” said Anita Hill, who is heading a commission to address sexual harassment in Hollywood.

‘Crazy Rich Asians’: Why Did It Take So Long to See a Cast Like This?

‘Crazy Rich Asians’: Why Did It Take So Long to See a Cast Like This?

From left, the “Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu and his cast: Ken Jeong, Awkwafina, Constance Wu, Gemma Chan, Michelle Yeoh and Henry Golding.

Review: An Alien Teaches a Teenage Punk ‘How to Talk to Girls at Parties’

Review: An Alien Teaches a Teenage Punk ‘How to Talk to Girls at Parties’

Elle Fanning and Alex Sharp in "How to Talk to Girls at Parties."


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