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“Bohemian Rhapsody” New York Premiere

Rami Malek Reportedly in Line to Play the Villain in ‘Bond 25’

Daniel Craig may be about to face off against Rami Malek in the next Bond film, according to Variety. Producers are reportedly eyeing up the Mr. Robot star to play a Bond villain, months after he wowed critics with his Oscar-tipped portrayal of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody. We don’t know much about the film’s plot or […]

Tom Ford Fall/Winter 2018 Women’s Runway Show

New Trailer: Elizabeth Banks Stars in Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Brightburn’

Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games) stars in the forthcoming film Brightburn, as a woman who discovers an alien child and raises him as her own. The official trailer premiered over the weekend at Comic-Con Brazil. At first glance, the premise sounds a little Superman-ish: a baby from another world crash-lands on Earth. A young married […]


10 Recent Films and TV Shows Bringing More Depth to Female Rivalry

Female rivalry has long had the power to fascinate, with writers, filmmakers and showrunners often pitting one woman against another in a bid to capitalize on it. Recently, though, there’s been a discernible shift in how we depict women’s relationships, with Mary, Queen of Scots — opening in theaters today (December 7) – the latest film […]


WATCH: ‘Avengers 4’ Finally Gets a Name with First Official Trailer

It’s finally here! The trailer for the fourth and final Avengers movie arrived this morning (December 7), bringing a ten-year story to a close under the title Endgame. It all began way back in 2008 with Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), so it’s only fitting that’s where it should end, as Tony Stark mourns his friends […]


WATCH: ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Cast Tests Its Cockney Slang Knowledge

Mary Poppins Returns may not come out until December 19, but it’s already receiving critical acclaim, including new Golden Globes nominations this morning for stars Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s acting, composer Marc Shaiman’s original score, and the film itself in the Best Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy category. Before all of this morning’s Golden […]

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