Yvette Mimieux: Star of ‘Time Machine,’ ‘Where the Boys Are,’ and The Black Hole,’ Dies at 80

Yvette Mimieux, Star of ‘The Time Machine,’ ‘Where the Boys Are,’ and The Black Hole,’ Dies at 80.

Golda: Helen Mirren’s Controversial Casting as Jewish Prime Minister

Should a Jewish actress have played the role of Israel’s legendary prime minister and committed Zionist Golda Meir? For some, it is deeply offensive and hypocritical by so many to suggest otherwise.

Day for Night (1973): Truffaut’s Charming, Self-Reflexive, Oscar-Winning Love Letter to the Joys and Chaos of Filmmaking

Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, 1956-Present. 1973: Day for Night may not be a great film, or one of Truffaut's very best pictures, but it's nonetheless a gem, a loving tribute to filmmaking and one of the most poignant and good-hearted films made about the chaotic process of making pictures

Final Destination: Jon (Spider-Man: No Way Home) Watts to Relaunch for New Line, HBO Max

The director behind the record-breaking Spider-Man: No Way Home, has joined the creative team behind New Line’s relaunch of its horror franchise, Final Destination.

Oscar 2021: Best Director–Predictions (January 4, 2022)

Best Director: Prediction. Five of these seven filmmakers should earn a nomination.