No Time to Die: Daniel Craig Bids Emotional Farewell to James Bond

Daniel Craig was emotional while giving a speech when his final James Bond film wrapped in 2019.

Paramount Pictures: Change of Guards–Gianopulos Exits

Jim Gianopulos to Exit Paramount Pictures, Brian Robbins to Take Over as Chair and CEO Robbins currently runs kids network Nickelodeon for parent company ViacomCBS.

Oscar Actors: Garfield, Andrew (Nominee)–Background, Career, Awards

Andrew Russell Garfield (August 20, 1983) is an American-British actor. An alumnus of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, he is the recipient of various accolades, including a Tony Award and a British Academy Television Award, and has been nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award, an Oscar Award, two Golden Globe Awards, and […]

THE IRISHMAN – Trailer

Directed by Martin Scorsese. Starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. Netflix releasing in theaters on November 1, and streaming on November 27th.

Pick of the Week

Dune: Opens Internationally With $36 Million

Dune, the big-screen adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel, scored at the international box office in its debut, collecting $35.8 million from 24 overseas markets.

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Emmys 2021: From Cable Era to Streamers Dominance

At a time when there are over 400 scripted original series on TV, only six shows — The Crown, Ted Lasso, Hacks, Mare of Easttown, Last Week Tonight and The Queen’s Gambit — won every major Primetime Emmy Award.

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Bilitis (1977): David Hamilton’s Coming-of-Age

Bilitis is a French erotic romantic drama film, directed by photographer David Hamilton with music score by Francis Lai.

Emmys 2021: Jason Sudeikis

Jason Sudeikis won best actor in a comedy series for Ted Lasso at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night.

Bond Series: Idris Elba as Next 007

Fans of Idris Elba were excited over the weekend when a retro reaction video to GoldenEye was resurfaced on social media.

Different from the Others (German: Anders als die Andern) (1919): First Gay Film (LGBTQ, Gay)

Different from the Others (German: Anders als die Andern), the bold German film made during the Weimar Republic, was first released in 1919 and stars Conrad Veidt and Reinhold Schünzel.