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May 13, 2017

After finding success on primetime television with Life in Pieces, Zoe Lister-Jones has now made her directorial debut with Band Aid, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. With Lister-Jones also writing and producing, the dramedy follows a couple who is looking to rebuild their marriage and finds a way …

The trend of live broadcast musical productions on network television will continue in the coming year with three new projects announced at the competing networks of NBC and FOX. The two have been going back and forth with musical productions in recent years with NBC tackling the likes of The …

Over the past few years, Reese Witherspoon has taken on an eclectic batch of projects like the animated musical comedy Sing, Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of Inherent Vice, an Oscar-nominated turn in Wild, and an impressive recent turn in the intriguing HBO series Big Little Lies. But now she’s going …

Amongst our most-anticipated of the Cannes line-up are the next two films from Hong Sang-soo, who brought one of the year’s best films so far to Berlinale with On the Beach at Night Alone. Premiering as a Special Screening is a film he actually shot at the festival, Claire’s Camera, which stars Isabelle Huppert …

Last year, Isabelle Huppert was the toast of the Croisette thanks to her steely turn in “Elle,” and this year she’s back with “Claire’s Camera.” The film marks her second with director Hong Sang-Soo following “In Another Country,” and for the director, it’ll be his second film this year at Cannes, with “The Day After” screening in Competition. Continue reading New Trailer & 3 Clips From Hong Sang-Soo’s ‘Claire’s Camera’ Starring Isabelle Huppert at The Playlist.

A dim-witted offering released in time for Mother’s Day, Snatched — directed by Jonathan Levine from a script by Katie Dippold — is a low-energy action comedy without much laughter. (You know you’re in trouble when a frequent joke involves misunderstanding “come” for “cum.”) Much of the humor falls painfully flat as Amy …