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In ‘Oppenheimer,’ Christopher Nolan builds a thrilling, serious blockbuster for adults

In ‘Oppenheimer,’ Christopher Nolan builds a thrilling, serious blockbuster for adults

NEW YORK (AP) — Christopher Nolan has never been one to take the easy or straightforward route. He shoots on large-format film with cumbersome cameras.
Movie Review: Cheap thrills in tedious Netflix spinoff ‘Bird Box Barcelona’

Movie Review: Cheap thrills in tedious Netflix spinoff ‘Bird Box Barcelona’

It’s funny to think back to December 2018, that pre-pandemic world, when everyone decided that they wanted to spend their holiday breaks watching a terrified, blindfolded Sandra Bullock try to escape a mysterious force that compels people to suicide.
The friendship behind summer’s most charming comedy ‘Theater Camp’

The friendship behind summer’s most charming comedy ‘Theater Camp’

There is quite a bit of history between the team behind “Theater Camp,” a loving satire of musical theater kids and their teachers that opens in theaters Friday.
Film review: Musical theater meets mockumentary in 'Theater Camp'

Film review: Musical theater meets mockumentary in 'Theater Camp'

Among the low-hanging fruits of satire, sleepaway theater camps would dangle about as low as social-media influencers and Def Leppard cover bands.
‘Scream’ stars Campbell, Lillard, Ulrich, Kennedy added to Fan Expo Canada lineup

‘Scream’ stars Campbell, Lillard, Ulrich, Kennedy added to Fan Expo Canada lineup

TORONTO — Fan Expo Canada is gearing up to be a scream, with horror stars Neve Campbell, Matthew Lillard, Skeet Ulrich and Jamie Kennedy booked for the four-day pop culture convention.
In ’20 Days in Mariupol’ documentary, the horrors of war illuminated

In ’20 Days in Mariupol’ documentary, the horrors of war illuminated

Associated Press video journalist Mstyslav Chernov had just broken out of Mariupol after covering the first 20 days of the Russian invasion of the Ukrainian city and was feeling guilty about leaving.

Todd Haynes' 'May December' to open 61st New York Film Festival

NEW YORK (AP) — The 61st New York Film Festival will kick off with Todd Haynes' “May December,” a juicy drama starring Natalie Portman as an actor preparing for a film about a years-ago tabloid scandal.
An already full-tilt movie franchise turns it up a notch in 'Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning'

An already full-tilt movie franchise turns it up a notch in 'Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning'

NEW YORK (AP) — There are, as a rule, only so many places you can go as an action movie after leaving Tom Cruise clinging to the side of an Airbus A400M and flinging him out a cargo plane at 25,000 feet.
Movie Review: Take the leap with Tom Cruise in 'Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning, Part One'

Movie Review: Take the leap with Tom Cruise in 'Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning, Part One'

Wondering if you should choose to accept the latest “Mission: Impossible” entry? Maybe you're sick of all the bombast at the movie theater lately? Well, put it another way: Do you really want to disappoint Tom Cruise? On the first day cameras were ro
'Driving Miss Daisy' director Bruce Beresford to helm biopic on golfer Moe Norman

'Driving Miss Daisy' director Bruce Beresford to helm biopic on golfer Moe Norman

Oscar-nominated director Bruce Beresford has signed on to helm a film based on the life of Canadian golf legend Moe Norman.