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03/05/2024   NY Times Movies
In these videos, directors walked us through pivotal scenes from their Academy Award-nominated films.
03/05/2024   NY Times Movies
Ryland Brickson Cole Tews, in pink socks, engaging in some beaver roughhousing at a New York screening of “Hundreds of Beavers.”
03/04/2024   MovieWeb TV News
Tom Selleck's long-running series Blue Bloods honors Treat Williams in emotional episode.
03/04/2024   MovieWeb TV News
NCIS: Origins will tell the story of Leroy Jethro Gibbs in the years before he became the character fans know and love.
03/04/2024   NY Times Movies
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.”
03/04/2024   NY Times Movies
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.”
03/04/2024   NY Times Movies
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.
03/04/2024   NY Times Movies
Imaginative dance abounds in Hollywood, but its creators remain unheralded at awards time.
03/04/2024   NY Times Movies
Jo Koy at the Golden Globes. Writers had suggested a different way to go with that monologue.
03/04/2024   MovieWeb TV News
Mike Flanagan has named the scene from Stephen King's Dark Tower he cannot wait to film, hinting at a completely faithful adaptation.
03/04/2024   NY Times Movies
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.
03/04/2024   MovieWeb TV News
Academy Award-winning actress Meryl Streep says she reached out to Steve Martin for a role in Hulu's Only Murders in the Building.
03/04/2024   MovieWeb TV News
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.
03/03/2024   MovieWeb TV News
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.
03/03/2024   MovieWeb TV News
Shogun director Jonathan van Tulleken sets the record straight on Game of Thrones comparison.
03/03/2024   MovieWeb TV News
Michael Weatherly has once again been teasing fans with his social media posts, suggesting that the surprises are not over yet.
03/03/2024   MovieWeb TV News
Young Sheldon will see the return of another key character in its final season to help its transition into The Big Bang Theory.
03/03/2024   NY Times Movies
As a young star, she endured Hollywood’s brutal treatment of women. Now she’s putting her resilience and grit on full display.
03/03/2024   MovieWeb TV News
Sydney Sweeney hosted this week's Saturday Night Live, and humorously took swipes at her recent box office failure and internet rumors.
03/03/2024   NY Times Movies
The popcorn bucket that inspired Denis Villeneuve to say, “Hoooooly smokes.”
03/03/2024   NY Times Movies
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.
03/03/2024   NY Times Movies
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.
03/02/2024   NY Times Movies
The Oscar best picture hopefuls “Barbie” and “Poor Things” look nothing alike, but their central characters go on similar journeys.
03/01/2024   NY Times Movies
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.
03/01/2024   NY Times Movies
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.
03/01/2024   NY Times Movies
A troubled patient, a pumpkin-headed monster and a one-eyed madman are among the subjects in this month’s scary streaming picks.
03/01/2024   NY Times Movies
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.
03/01/2024   NY Times Movies
Adam Sandler and Carey Mulligan star in a baffling Netflix misfire about a man in, well, space.
03/01/2024   NY Times Movies
Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya make an appealing pair in Denis Villeneuve’s follow-up film, and the actors fit together with tangible ease.
03/01/2024   NY Times Movies
The director Justine Triet narrates a sequence from her film, which is nominated for best picture. Triet is also nominated for best director.