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Review: Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’

There have been many films - some truly great, like All The Presidents Men, Call Northside 777, and Spotlight - that have focused on...

‘No Time to Die’ New Posters and Behind the Scenes Video

MGM just released a new minute and a half behind the scenes video from No Time to Die featuring commentary by writer/director Cary Joji...

First Look: ‘Zoe’ Trailer and Poster Starring Ewan McGregor and Lea Seydoux

Amazon Studios and Global Road just unveiled the first trailer for Zoe, a romantic sci-fi drama starring Léa Seydoux and Ewan McGregor (Fargo). Zoe's...

‘The Lobster’ Trailer: A Twisted Love Story with Colin Farrell

The official trailer's arrived for The Lobster, a twisted love story involving single people and transforming animals. Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth), the cast...

‘Spectre’ Stunt is a World Record Holder

Spectre stars Daniel Craig and Lea Seydoux joined producer Barbara Broccoli in Beijing, China to accept a certificate from Guinness World Records. Oscar winning...

‘Spectre’ Movie Review: Great Action, So-So Story

Spectre could be both Daniel Craig and Sam Mendes’ final Bond film and that’s actually not a bad decision for either actor Craig or...

‘Spectre’ Final Trailer Arrives: More Action, More Bond

Spectre, the upcoming 24th entry in the James Bond film franchise, has just released the final trailer before it launches in theaters. Starring Daniel...

‘Spectre’ Behind the Scenes Video and First Photo of Daniel Craig

Sony Pictures has released the first official photo of Daniel Craig as James Bond in the action adventure film Spectre directed by Sam Mendes....

Could Lea Seydoux Be the New Bond Girl?

The Daily Mail is reporting Lea Seydoux has been cast in the upcoming Bond movie, the still untitled Bond 24. Seydoux joins a cast...

Farewell My Queen to Open the Berlin Film Festival

The 62nd Berlin International Film Festival has selected the period drama Les Adieux à la reine (Farewell My Queen) as the opening film. Farewell...