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optional screen reader Section Subcategories ‘Baby’ Review: Lessons in Survival for a Resilient Gay Teen in a Gritty and Tender Brazilian Drama ‘The Knife’ Review: A Nightmarish Evening Upends a Black Family’s Sense of Safety in Unnerving Debut Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson’s ‘Transformers One’ Draws Laughs, Cheers in Its Annecy Debut Academy Elects Five First-Timers to Board; 11 Incumbent Governors Re-Elected and One Back After a Hiatus Latest Movies Olivia Holt, Mason Gooding Join ‘Heart Eyes’ Horror Rom-Com ‘Atlas’ Writer Aron Eli Coleite Reveals Original Idea for a ‘Blade Runner’-Style Opening ‘Sabbath Queen’ Review: Awe-Inspiring Doc Examines the Life of a Radical Queer Rabbi Chloë Sevigny, Josh Lucas Reflect on Being Intimidated by Christian Bale’s Method Acting Process in ‘American Psycho’ Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman Returning for ‘Practical Magic’ Sequel Porky and Daffy Pull Fast One in Looney Tunes Movie ‘The Day the Earth Blew Up’ Sneak Peek (Exclusive) Rian Johnson Shares First-Look of Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc in ‘Knives Out 3’ ‘Memoir of a Snail’ Review: Sarah Snook, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Jacki Weaver Give Voice to Gleefully Oddball Australian Animation ‘Twin Peaks’ Episode, David Lynch Short, Restored Wim Wenders Film Join Karlovy Vary Fest Lineup Adam Elliot Talks ‘Memoir of a Snail,’ Claymation as “A Form of Therapy” China Box Office: ‘Furiosa’ and ‘Civil War’ Both Fizzle References

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‘Baby’ Review: Lessons in Survival for a Resilient Gay Teen in a Gritty and Tender Brazilian Drama

Director Marcelo Caetano shot significant portions of the narrative feature on the streets of downtown São Paulo, using hidden cameras.

By Sheri Linden

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    ‘The Knife’ Review: A Nightmarish Evening Upends a Black Family’s Sense of Safety in Unnerving Debut

    In Nnamdi Asomugha's film, co-written and executive produced by Mark Duplass, a man trying to protect his family becomes the suspect in a menacing police investigation.

    By Lovia Gyarkye

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    Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson’s ‘Transformers One’ Draws Laughs, Cheers in Its Annecy Debut

    "I want to thank you all for being 'audience one,'" director Josh Cooley told the crowd at the first screening for the Paramount animated feature that also stars Brian Tyree Henry and hits theaters later this year.

    By Ryan Gajewski

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    Academy Elects Five First-Timers to Board; 11 Incumbent Governors Re-Elected and One Back After a Hiatus

    K.K. Barrett (production design), Patricia Cardoso (directors), Jennifer Fox (producers), Andy Nelson (sound) and Chris Tashima (short films) will join 50 others on the newly constituted board.

    By Scott Feinberg

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It’s been 22 years since Disney’s Lilo & Stitch first hit theaters and, to this day, it remains a beloved classic for children and adults alike. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that the company would be remaking the Hawaii-centric film into a live-action/CG hybrid in October 2018, which was initially delayed due to the […]

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    Christy Piña

Olivia Holt, Mason Gooding Join ‘Heart Eyes’ Horror Rom-Com

Olivia Holt and Mason Gooding have nabbed starring roles in Heart Eyes, a horror romantic comedy for Spyglass. Josh Rubenwill direct the genre pic from a screenplay by Phillip Murphy, Christopher Landon and Michael Kennedy, with production set for New Zealand. The film, according to the producers, will kick off with the Heart Eyes Killer […]

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    Etan Vlessing

‘Atlas’ Writer Aron Eli Coleite Reveals Original Idea for a ‘Blade Runner’-Style Opening

[This story contains spoilers for Atlas] A movie begins, and Jennifer Lopez opens a suitcase to reveal a robotic head, which she proceeds to interrogate. How’d that head get in the suitcase? Why is Jennifer Lopez talking to it? The audience doesn’t yet know, but hopefully they are intrigued. That’s how screenwriter Aron Eli Coleite […]

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    Aaron Couch

‘Sabbath Queen’ Review: Awe-Inspiring Doc Examines the Life of a Radical Queer Rabbi

Director Sandi DuBowski ('Trembling Before G-d') chronicles Amichai Lau-Lavie, a drag queen and subversive Jewish storyteller who chooses to become a conservative rabbi.

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    Robyn Bahr

Chloë Sevigny, Josh Lucas Reflect on Being Intimidated by Christian Bale’s Method Acting Process in ‘American Psycho’

Chloë Sevigny and Josh Lucas are looking back at working with Christian Bale in American Psycho. The film, released in 2000, starred Bale as an investment banker by day but a serial killer by night. With Bale known for abiding by a Method acting process, Lucas and Sevigny recalled being intimidated by the actor. “I […]

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    Lexy Perez

Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman Returning for ‘Practical Magic’ Sequel

Get the midnight margaritas ready. Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman are in talks to return for a sequel to the 1998 classic Practical Magic. Akiva Goldsman, one of the writers behind the original, will pen the screenplay. Plot details are not yet known. Bullock and Kidman are expected to produce alongside Denise Di Novi, who […]

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    Mia Galuppo

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Porky and Daffy Pull Fast One in Looney Tunes Movie ‘The Day the Earth Blew Up’ Sneak Peek (Exclusive)

Porky Pig and Daffy Duck probably won’t be heading for a career in real estate, as seen in a new preview clip from the forthcoming theatrical release The Day the Earth Blew Up: A Looney Tunes Movie. Director Pete Browngardt’s sci-fi comedy from Warner Bros. Animation is set to hit theaters domestically later this year […]

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    Ryan Gajewski

Rian Johnson Shares First-Look of Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc in ‘Knives Out 3’

Production on the third installment of Rian Johnson’s Knives Out franchise is officially underway. The director and writer gave fans a first-look at the beloved detective Benoit Blanc, played by Daniel Craig, who is set to see himself embroiled in another murder mystery in Wake Up Dead Man: A Knives Out Mystery. A host of […]

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    Lily Ford

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‘Memoir of a Snail’ Review: Sarah Snook, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Jacki Weaver Give Voice to Gleefully Oddball Australian Animation

Oscar-winning stop-motion maverick Adam Elliot’s second feature tells the life story of a gastropod-obsessed misfit touched by grief, loneliness and longing for her lost twin brother.

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    David Rooney

‘Twin Peaks’ Episode, David Lynch Short, Restored Wim Wenders Film Join Karlovy Vary Fest Lineup

The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF) on Monday added a David Lynch short and an episode of his iconic series Twin Peaks to its Franz Kafka retrospective and unveiled the program of itsOut of the Pastsection, featuring classic, cult, rare and “unfairly overlooked” films, screened in their original or restored versions. Among the highlights […]

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    Georg Szalai

Adam Elliot Talks ‘Memoir of a Snail,’ Claymation as “A Form of Therapy”

You could call Adam Elliot the Australian Nick Park. But while the British Wallace and Gromit creator and his Aardman studio have gone from award-winning claymation shorts to big-budget animation features made with the likes of Dreamworks (Chicken Run, Flushed Away) and Netflix (Chicken Run: The Dawn of the Nugget, the upcoming Wallace and Gromit […]

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    Scott Roxborough

China Box Office: ‘Furiosa’ and ‘Civil War’ Both Fizzle

Warner Bros.’ Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga and A24’s Civil War have both gotten off to a slow start at China’s box office. Furiosa, the first movie of George Miller’s Mad Max saga to be released theatrically in China, opened in sixth place with $3.7 million over the country’s Dragon Boat Festival holiday weekend as […]

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    Patrick Brzeski

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