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Not so long ago, Jonah Hill starred in a little film about growing up fans know as “Superbad.” While the actor has grown in his career, showing off his dramatic skills along the way, audiences will get a chance to see his work behind the ca…

Actor-turned-director Joel Edgerton tackles the controversial yet often ignored subject of gay conversion therapy with “Boy Erased.” The film is based on a 2016 memoir by Garrard Conley, who wrote about his experience at a California-based …

“It Comes at Night” is a polarizing film. While there are many (myself included) that love Trey Edward Shults‘ psychological thriller, there are some people that are turned off by the pacing and the fact that despite hinting at something in the w…

Felicity Jones plays the iconic Supreme Court justice on ‘On the Basis of Sex,’ while conversion therapy drama ‘Boy Erased’ stars Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office

Shia LeBeouf is about to work out his daddy issues on the big screen. In the upcoming biopic, “Honey Boy,” the controversial actor is set to air out his personal drama with his father in front of the world, but in a unique way. You see, LeBeouf isn’t g…

Transitioning from actor to filmmaker isn’t always the easiest task and some actors, charged with making vanity projects sometimes fall on their face, never to direct a movie again. This is certainly not the case for Greta Gerwig’s coming of age directorial debut, “Lady Bird,” which received very warm welcome after its press screening at the New York Film Festival on Friday. Starring Saoirse Ronan, the “Brooklyn,” actress shines as Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson along ide three-time Emmy award winning actress Laurie Metcalf playing her mother, Marion McPherson. Continue reading Greta Gerwig Talks Lady Bird & ‘Incredible’ Saoirse Ronan [NYFF] at The Playlist.

This week, Telluride overlaps Venice, and then Venice will overlap TIFF, as fall festival madness continues. However, truly special films will rise above the pack, and Martin McDonagh’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” looks like it’s going to turn some heads. Featuring great performances from Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell (read our review), with Woody Harrelson also slotted in a starring role, the film follows a determined mother who wants solve the murder of her daughter, a case the cops can’t seem to crack. Continue reading ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Clip: Frances McDormand Kicks Crotch at The Playlist.

It’s absolutely an oversimplification to say no one does grumpy like Frances McDormand these days. Now don’t overact. That’s a compliment. McDormand gives her characters a nuance and depth her the screenwriters and directors she works with often can’t articulate.  When she’s playing cranky there is a fire behind her eyes that could stop a charging bear dead in its tracks. Thankfully, that’s the sort of passion she brings to Martin McDonagh’s latest creation, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” Mildred Hayes (McDormand) has had enough. Continue reading ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri’: An Acting Masterclass From Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell [Review] at The Playlist.