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  1. movies
    Behind the Fantasy of the 1997 Movie Cop Land“It was about a world in which everyone’s so tribalized and traumatized,” says director James Mangold, “no one has the emotional space to exist.”
  2. remakes
    Zac Efron Will Star As One of Three Men or a Baby in Three Men and a Baby RebootCould go either way, really.
  3. reunions
    Selena Gomez and David Henrie Conjure Up a ReunionGomez is an executive producer of his new movie.
  4. movies
    Here Are All the Movies Scheduled to Hit Theaters in 2020An ever-evolving guide to the year’s major theatrical release dates.
  5. da da da da da da da da
    Robert Pattinson Couldn’t Outsmart Christopher Nolan for His Batman Audition“I said I had a family emergency.”
  6. not time travel
    What is Tenet About, Anyway?A few theories about Christopher Nolan’s upcoming movie, which is definitely not about time travel.
  7. cryptozoology
    Netflix Gives Your Favorite Cryptid Its Due With Jonas Cuarón’s Chupacabra MovieThe upcoming Netflix movie features a sweeter, gentler blood-sucking monster.
  8. hmm...
    Madonna Is Apparently Collaborating With Diablo Cody on a ScreenplaySure, why not?
  9. now streaming
    The 50 Best Comedies on Netflix Right NowNew additions include Spaceballs, The Death of Stalin, Eurovision, and more.
  10. coronavirus
    All the Live Events, Movie Releases, and Productions Affected by the CoronavirusWho’s next?
  11. movies about movies
    Ben Affleck to Remind You It’s Chinatown With Adaptation of The Big GoodbyeThe actor will write and direct a movie adaptation of behind-the-scenes account The Big Goodbye.
  12. tv about movies
    Ava DuVernay Is Making an HBO Max Show Based on One Perfect Shot Twitter AccountEach episode will take a deep dive into a director’s “most iconic shot,” as well as a seminal cinematic image that influenced their career.
  13. movies
    A New BTS Movie Is Coming to a Theater Near YouThat is, if it’s open.
  14. movie review
    The Burnt Orange Heresy Is Light on Thrills, Heavy on Beautiful ThingsClaes Bang and Elizabeth Debicki star in a suspenseless noir that’s worth watching mainly for how luxurious everyone and everything in it is.
  15. dear god it's good
    The Lost World Is Steven Spielberg’s Nastiest Film, and I Love ItIt’s a truly demented series of mostly wordless action and horror setpieces whose technical proficiency is matched only by their cruelty.
  16. keanews
    John Wick 4 Isn’t Even Out Yet, But John Wick 5 Is Already ConfirmedThe poor guy needs a vacation.
  17. the industry
    Judge Reverses Decades-Old Antitrust Rules Governing Movie TheatersWhile you were sleeping.
  18. no. 1
    A Candid Conversation With the (Fake) Jurassic Park Social-Media Manager“I think it’s just such a dumb time to be alive. I think people are bored.”
  19. role call
    Kate Maberly Answers Every Question We Have About 1993’s The Secret GardenThe actress remembers stalking Roger Deakins on set, squaring off with Maggie Smith, and receiving letters (still) from young fans of the dark film.
  20. rebecca
    Lily James Is Going to Manderley Again in Netflix’s Rebecca RemakeWith Kristin Scott Thomas as a stern Mrs. Danvers.
  21. trailer mix
    Daniel Kaluuya is Fred Hampton in Judas and the Black Messiah TrailerThe film reunites Kaluuya with his Get Out co-star LaKeith Stanfield.
  22. coronavirus
    Here Are All the Movies Delayed Because of the CoronavirusWith updated release dates where available.
  23. genuine classics
    Agnieszka Holland Poured Her Own Bedridden Childhood Into The Secret GardenThe 1993 adaptation is one of the best children’s movies ever made. We don’t talk about it, or director Agnieszka Holland, enough.
  24. our streaming future
    Will a Comedy Ever Play at a Movie Theater Again?Three writers wonder: Is 2020 the end of the end of laughing out loud at the cinema?
  25. trailer mix
    Taylour Paige Has a Wild Story for You in Zola TeaserComing … soon.
  26. chat room
    Simon Rich Is Sure His Ancestors Would Beat Him Up If They Met Him TodayTalking humor writing and American Pickle with the SNL alum.
  27. friday night movie club
    The Movie of This Quarantine Summer Is Jurassic ParkRunning from dinosaurs, stress-eating ice cream, filing into a theme park even though it means putting lives at risk — who can’t relate?
  28. directors
    Candyman’s Nia DaCosta Set to Direct Captain Marvel 2She’s the first Black woman to direct a movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  29. casting
    Tom Hanks Circling the Role of Geppetto In Disney’s Live Action Pinocchio The film would see Hanks reuniting with his Forrest Gump director, Robert Zemeckis.
  30. now streaming
    The 30 Best Comedies on Amazon PrimeHot Rod, Spaceballs, Moonstruck, and more.
  31. now streaming
    The 100 Best Movies on HBO MaxContact, Magnolia, Raising Arizona, and 97 more great films on the new streaming service.
  32. the streaming wars
    Harry Potter Movies Apparate Over to PeacockBut you may have to watch with commercials.
  33. down to business
    Get Ready to Watch Disney’s Mulan From the Comfort of Your CouchThe live-action remake will be available to stream on Disney+ this September — for a fee.
  34. the movie
    Unhinged Is Still Hell-bent on Becoming the First Post-Lockdown Movie in AmericaThe Russell Crowe thriller wants to “ride the notoriety” of arriving in theaters at a time when moviegoers aren’t guaranteed to show up.
  35. movie review
    An American Pickle Is a Two-Man Show, and Both Men Are Seth RogenSeth Rogen stars opposite himself in this HBO Max original movie about a Brooklyn man united with his pickled great-grandfather.
  36. movie review
    She Dies Tomorrow Is One of the Scariest Films I’ve Seen in a Long WhileIt’s about more than a pandemic, but it is also about a pandemic.
  37. obits
    Reni Santoni, Dirty Harry Actor and Seinfeld’s Poppie, Dead at 81The actor had his first starring role in the 1967 Carl Reiner comedy Enter Laughing.
  38. the industry
    Bradley Cooper May Be Joining Paul Thomas Anderson’s ’70s Child-Actor DramaPresumably as an adult of some kind.
  39. now streaming
    The 30 Best Comedies on Hulu Right NowBest in Show, Waiting for Guffman, Booksmart, and more.
  40. visual album review
    Beyoncé’s Black Is King Does Everything It Needs ToThe richness of the Black experience is the point. There’s almost too much excellence to keep track of.
  41. streaming
    What, Exactly, Is Hiding in the Disney+ Movie Archives?Remember Fuzzbucket? Neither do we.
  42. ho ho ho
    Lifetime Enters the Millennium, Announces First LGBTQ Holiday MovieThe Christmas Set-Up is exactly how it sounds.
  43. now streaming
    The 100 Best Movies on Netflix Right NowDa 5 Bloods, Lady Bird, Uncut Gems, and more.
  44. best of 2020
    The Best Movies of the Year (So Far)From a Netflix superhero movie to a time-loop rom-com to a horror film that will make you cry.
  45. fair points
    Andrew Lloyd Webber Says the Cats Movie Is ‘Ridiculous’ and He’ll Tell You WhyWell, he’s not wrong.
  46. black is king
    Black Is King Works Best When Beyoncé Can Be BeyoncéThe Disney+ visual makes it clear that Beyoncé is too big for even the biggest IP.
  47. bryan singer
    Bryan Singer Reportedly Filmed X-Men Stunt While on a NarcoticAnd an explanation of why exactly Halle Berry told him to kiss her Black ass.
  48. tiff 2020
    TIFF Announces 2020 Lineup: Regina King’s Directorial Debut, Spike Lee, and MoreThe festival will take place September 10–19 with 50 features.
  49. movie review
    God Bless the Go-Go’s and This Documentary About the Go-Go’sThe Go-Go’s, debuting on Showtime, is a rollicking portrait of a seminal band, and an acute examination of female ambition.
  50. movies
    Amy Seimetz’s Mirror WorldsIn her new absurdist thriller, She Dies Tomorrow, the director-actress dares to think the unthinkable.
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