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Every Netflix Original Movie, Ranked
High Flying Bird
, and more.
Steven Yeun’s Revelation: ‘There Are No Rules.’
Yeun’s most challenging role yet won him leading-man recognition. But the experience of being a Korean actor in Korea is still blowing his mind a bit.
The Best Movies of 2017 (So Far)
Why Is John Denver’s Music in So Many Movies This Year?
Free Fire, Alien: Covenant, Okja, Logan Lucky,
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
all feature Denver’s voice.
Steven Yeun Finds Life After Glenn
star on navigating Hollywood after
The Walking Dead
Jake Gyllenhaal Gives a Huge Performance in
. But Is It Brilliant or Awful?
As Dr. Johnny Wilcox, the actor squeals like an alcoholic teakettle.
translation is sacred
Did You Catch the Translation Joke in
behind the scenes
Brought Its Adorable Super-Pig to Life
Writer-director Bong Joon-ho and VFX supervisor Erik De Boer on the process — from sketches to models to computer animation — that gave birth to Okja.
the streaming wars
Netflix’s Release Plans for
Spark South Korean Debate
The Bests and Worsts From This Year’s Cannes Film Festival
From Jake Gyllenhaal’s voice to a CGI Eva Green.
What’s New on Netflix: June 2017
Daughters of the Dust
, and more.
Making Sense of a Cannes That Struggled to Reflect the World Outside
What to take away from a down year for the festival.
Despite French Boos at Cannes,
Proved It Should Be Netflix’s First Big Film
A quiet film might have had trouble overcoming a rocky start.
is not a quiet film.
Is a Madcap Creature Feature That Might Make You a Vegetarian
Bong Joon-ho’s latest is one part
, one part
Trailer: Tilda Swinton Swindles a Girl and Her Pet Beast
will be available on Netflix June 28.
The 13 Most Anticipated Films (and One TV Show) at Cannes This Year
Including new films from Bong Joon-ho, Todd Haynes, and Sofia Coppola.
See Photos of Jake Gyllenhaal and Tilda Swinton in Bong Joon-ho’s
follow-up tells the story of a young Korean girl and her friend, a giant animal called Okja.
Tilda Swinton Synthesizes Nature and Science in a Teaser for Bong Joon-ho’s
Coming to Netflix June 28.