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June 7, 2018

Writer-director William Dickerson’s very personal ‘No Alternative,’ set during the grunge-era ’90s, goes to some unconvincingly squeamish places. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

On the June 7, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by weekend editor Brad Oman, writer Hoai-Tran Bui and special guest Lindsey Romain to have a discussion about the current state of toxic fandom, trolls, and our role in the film conversation. You can subscribe …

Not content to just stick with movies and TV, J.J. Abrams and Bad Robot are now jumping headfirst into the world of video games as well. Bad Robot Games will create large scale and indie titles for mobile, PC, and consoles. Movie studios want to evolve beyond movies. Warner Bros. have …

Eugenio Derbez is already one of the biggest stars in Mexico, but now he’s trying to build up his profile for American audiences. His recent turn alongside Anna Faris in the remake of Overboard helped a bit, but his next movie will see him tackling a much different role. The …

Dolemite is his name, and Eddie Murphy is game to take on the role of the famous blaxpoitation star Rudy Ray Moore. Murphy is set to star in the Netflix biopic Dolemite is My Name, which will chronicle the life of the star of the blaxploitation Dolemite films. Dolemite is back on the scene! And …

Incredibles 2 is flying to the top of the pre-sale charts and shattering the records for animated movie advance tickets. The Pixar sequel is on track to pummel the records of its last reigning champion, Finding Dory, which currently holds the No. 1 spot for most advance tickets sold. But Incredibles 2 …

“Robin was like nothing I’d ever seen.” HBO has debuted an official trailer for Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind, made by doc filmmaker Marina Zenovich (of Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic, Water & Power: A California Heist). This doc originally premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year. It’s a loving tribute to the late Robin Williams, a comedic mastermind and beloved actor, who touched all of our hearts in some way through his work, before passing away in 2014. The doc features new interviews with Lewis Black, Billy Crystal, Pam Dawber, Whoopi Goldberg, Eric Idle, David Letterman, Steve Martin, David Steinberg, Zak Williams, and more. It also has tons of archival footage that covers his entire life and career. I saw this at Sundance, and while it is deeply moving and heartfelt, it’s a more straightforward doc and not as clever or unique as I was hoping. That said, it’s worth seeing just to celebrate Robin Williams once …