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Tiffany Haddish has had an incredible journey to stardom. From working hard for years as a stand-up comedian to reaching A-list status with a scene-stealing role in “Girls Trip,” the actress has had a wild career. But now, Haddish is everyw…

Since Leonardo DiCaprio won the Academy Award for Best Actor for “The Revenant” in 2016, we haven’t seen much of him, which was expected after it was reported that he planned to take a lengthy hiatus after that film. While he’s …

It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago when people like Will Smith, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Jim Carrey were among the swath of A-list movie stars demanding $20+ million per film. That was at a time when it didn’t matter what the film was about, o…

Just because you file bankruptcy and have your assets sold off the highest bidder doesn’t mean that you can run away from your debts. At least that’s what many in the film industry are saying to The Weinstein Company. Apparently, the bankruptcy court w…

Yesterday marked the beginning of CinemaCon, the yearly convention where movie studios make presentations to theater exhibitors, showcasing their biggest and best offerings over the next year. This year, Sony decided to surprise everyone and bring filmmaker Quentin Tarantino and Leonardo DiCaprio on stage to talk about their upcoming film, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Tarantino is a pretty great hype man, who does well in front of a crowd, and last night, he got everyone talking when he said that ‘Once Upon’ is “probably the closest to ‘Pulp Fiction’ that I have done,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Continue reading Tarantino Calls ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ The “Closest To ‘Pulp Fiction’” He’s Ever Done at The Playlist.

It looks like the long-in-development “Beat the Reaper” is finally going to get made. According to The Tracking Board, the film based on the Josh Bazell novel, which is produced by Leonardo DiCaprio has signed director Gore Verbinksi to hel…

If there were rumblings that Quentin Tarantino’s next movie with Sony was in trouble due to his Uma Thurman scandal and his indefensible comments about Roman Polanski‘s underage rape victim, made some time ago, but unearthed recently, you can pro…