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Trailer: Pixar Cues Up Your Next Existential Crisis
From Pete Docter, of
What Exactly Does Disney’s ‘Reorganization’ Mean for the Movie Industry?
Hollywood’s most dominant box-office force is shifting emphasis away from the blockbuster biz to try to eat Netflix’s lunch.
The Fate of American Movie Theaters Looks Terribly Bleak
Theater owners across the country explain how they’re going to survive 2020: “It’s a darker time now than when theaters were initially closed.”
Wanted to Watch Pixar’s
This Weekend? Try These 5 Movies Instead.
I Lost My Body
, and more.
Bill Withers Was the Definition of Timeless
Withers, who died earlier this week at 81, had talent and an air of imperturbable gravity.
Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, Daveed Diggs, and Phylicia Rashad Flesh Out Pixar’s
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross will reportedly compose the film’s score.
are you crying?
, Your Next Animated Existential Crisis
Directed by master manipulator Pete Docter.
William Guest, Member of Gladys Knight and the Pips, Dead at 74
He was also Knight’s cousin.
R&B and Soul Legend Bobby Womack Dead at 70
This is too deep.
E. Alex Jung
Footnotes to an Obit: The Wild Life of Howard Tate, the Greatest Lost Soul Man
Tate made one of the great sixties soul albums, then disappeared for 25 years — but that’s not all.
Soul Singer Solomon Burke Dead at 70
“Loving people is what I do.”