In these videos, directors walked us through pivotal scenes from their Academy Award-nominated films.
Ryland Brickson Cole Tews, in pink socks, engaging in some beaver roughhousing at a New York screening of “Hundreds of Beavers.”
Tom Selleck's long-running series Blue Bloods honors Treat Williams in emotional episode.
NCIS: Origins will tell the story of Leroy Jethro Gibbs in the years before he became the character fans know and love.
Lauren Clack, right, presented the podcast host Matt Herrero with posters showing his face in place of movie characters during a party for the film “Dune: Part Two.”
Greta Gerwig, the co-writer and director of “Barbie,” narrates this musical sequence, including Ryan Gosling’s performance of the song “I’m Just Ken.”
The director Justine Triet narrates a sequence dissecting an argument between two of the movie’s central characters, played by Sandra Hüller and Samuel Theis.
Imaginative dance abounds in Hollywood, but its creators remain unheralded at awards time.
Jo Koy at the Golden Globes. Writers had suggested a different way to go with that monologue.
Mike Flanagan has named the scene from Stephen King's Dark Tower he cannot wait to film, hinting at a completely faithful adaptation.
The new musical “Teeth” has been adapted for the stage by, from left: the director Sarah Benson; the choreographer Raja Feather Kelly; and the writers Anna K. Jacobs and Michael R. Jackson.
Academy Award-winning actress Meryl Streep says she reached out to Steve Martin for a role in Hulu's Only Murders in the Building.
X-Files creator Chris Carter praises Ryan Coogler's Disney reboot ideas and says he would love to reunite with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson.
Harvey Guillén's portrayal of Guillermo de la Cruz in FX's What We Do in the Shadows will conclude with the show's upcoming final season.
Shogun director Jonathan van Tulleken sets the record straight on Game of Thrones comparison.
Michael Weatherly has once again been teasing fans with his social media posts, suggesting that the surprises are not over yet.
Young Sheldon will see the return of another key character in its final season to help its transition into The Big Bang Theory.
As a young star, she endured Hollywood’s brutal treatment of women. Now she’s putting her resilience and grit on full display.
Sydney Sweeney hosted this week's Saturday Night Live, and humorously took swipes at her recent box office failure and internet rumors.
The popcorn bucket that inspired Denis Villeneuve to say, “Hoooooly smokes.”
With the release of Adam Sandler’s odd, middling and expensive new Netflix film, a look at space movie misfires of the past and how history repeats itself.
Does morality have a sound? Both films use sonics and silence in contrast with images. The complex results raise questions about what makes us human.
The Oscar best picture hopefuls “Barbie” and “Poor Things” look nothing alike, but their central characters go on similar journeys.
To keep their legacy relevant for a new generation, he worked on the short “War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko.” Now it’s up for an Oscar.
The filmmaker Robert M. Young in 2004. “I wanted to be having adventures, I wanted to be living in the world,” he once said of making movies.
A troubled patient, a pumpkin-headed monster and a one-eyed madman are among the subjects in this month’s scary streaming picks.
Micheline Presle in a promotional photo for the film “All Roads Lead to Rome.” Ms. Presle was one of the last surviving actors from the first golden age of French cinema.
Adam Sandler and Carey Mulligan star in a baffling Netflix misfire about a man in, well, space.
Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya make an appealing pair in Denis Villeneuve’s follow-up film, and the actors fit together with tangible ease.
The director Justine Triet narrates a sequence from her film, which is nominated for best picture. Triet is also nominated for best director.