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Jason Momoa Says the Future of ‘Aquaman’ Films Is “Not Looking Too Good”

The actor admitted that he has doubts about future films with the DC superhero since James Gunn and Peter Safran took over DC Studios.

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‘Beckham,’ ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Among 2024 PGA Sports, Children’s and Short Form Nominees

The Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced its 2024 nominees in the sports, children’s and short form categories. Netflix’s Beckham and season 2 of HBO’s 100 Foot Wave were among the nominees in the outstanding sports program category, while Goosebumps and The Velveteen Rabbit were nominated in the children’s category. Carpool Karaoke season 5 and […]

‘A Christmas Story’ at 40: Peter Billingsley on Those 24-Hour Marathons and the Great ‘Die Hard’ Debate

The star of one of the most iconic Christmas films of all time has waded into one of the holiday season’s most divisive annual debates: Is Die Hard a Christmas movie? Peter Billingsley says yes — and in the season finale episode of his A Cinematic Christmas Journey podcast, which releases Dec. 15, he does […]

‘Barbie,’ ‘Oppenheimer’ Among Most Googled Movies Globally in 2023

In a multi-screen digital world, Google’s search world has become increasingly key to marketing movies to a worldwide audience — especially in the run-up to opening weekends. With Barbie and Oppenheimer making waves at the multiplex last summer, Barbenheimer had an unsurprisingly ripple effect for both tentpoles — as they topped the Google Trends table […]

‘The Boys in the Boat’ Review: Joel Edgerton in George Clooney’s Tribute to Old-Fashioned Can-Do Spirit

Callum Turner also stars in the true story of a junior varsity rowing crew’s ascent to the 1936 Olympic Games.

Kristen Stewart Warns the World Is “Dangerously Close” to Nuclear Catastrophe

Kristen Stewart is sounding the alarm over the threat of a global nuclear war by getting behind Paul Jay’s feature doc about Pentagon Papers leaker Daniel Ellsberg, How to Stop a Nuclear War, which is now in production. “We’ve grown so accustomed to the looming threat of nuclear annihilation, that it barely registers in our […]

Box Office: Timothée Chalamet’s ‘Wonka’ Whips Up Sweet $3.5M in Previews

The Christmas season has officially kicked off at the box office, as Wonka sets out to warm moviegoers’ hearts with a whimsical origin tale about the iconic candyman from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. From Warner Bros. and Harry Potter franchise producer David Heyman, the musical started off its North American run late Thursday with […]

‘Jessica Jones’ Breakout Turns to ‘Designing Christmas’: A Chat With Susie Abromeit on Storytelling and Holiday Movies

‘Tis the season for holiday films. This year, Susie Abromeit is stepping into the spirit playing an interior designer tasked with a career-changing assignment — a Christmas charity ball — that requires working with a difficult, but handsome, stranger. Designing Christmas With You is the latest project from Abromeit’s four-picture deal with Great American Family, which was […]

See You in 2025? Box Office May Take $2B Hit Next Year Amid Delays

Don’t be surprised if top Hollywood studio executives and theater owners aren’t feeling the Christmas spirit this year. They’re bracing for a tumultuous 2024 ride at the domestic box office after a slew of high-profile tentpoles were pushed to 2025 because of the lengthy writers and actors strikes. In a major blow to the post-pandemic […]

‘Rebel Moon Part One: A Child of Fire’ Review: Zack Snyder’s Wannabe ‘Star Wars’ Franchise Kickoff Is an Interplanetary Bore

Sofia Boutella leads a band of insurgents taking a stand to protect a farming community from the evil empire in the grunge action auteur’s Netflix sci-fi movie.

Greta Gerwig, Bradley Cooper and the THR Director Roundtable: “Final Cut Is a State of Mind”

The preshoot rituals they can’t live without, the studio negotiations they’ve learned to finesse and the creative choices they still can’t believe they got away with — the directors of six of this year’s most remarkable movies got together and talked shop. In November, Blitz Bazawule (The Color Purple), Bradley Cooper (Maestro), Ava DuVernay (Origin), […]

Iranian Film ‘No End’ Dropped From Hainan Island Festival, Claims Chinese Censorship

Nader Saeivar’s Iranian drama No End has been dropped from the official selection of the Hainan Island International Film Festival in what filmmakers say was an act of censorship by Chinese authorities. ArtHood Entertainment, which is handling world sales for No End, told The Hollywood Reporter it received a confirmation from the Hainan Island festival […]

Cari Beauchamp, Admired Author and Hollywood Historian, Dies at 74

Cari Beauchamp, the respected film historian who put readers and viewers in close touch with the early days of Hollywood through her painstaking research as an author, editor and documentary filmmaker, died Thursday. She was 74. Beauchamp died of natural causes at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, her son Jake Flynn told The Hollywood […]