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There are just some universes that lend themselves better to the creation of fan theories than others. Jordan Peele’s body of work is one such canon that falls precisely into that wheelhouse, and his 2022 movie release Nope is already inspiring interesting interpretations. However, when it comes to his previous works, there’s a theory pertaining
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Hello and welcome to another week that was in international entertainment. Jesse Whittock here, back to guide you through the big stories and scoops. Also, a warm welcome to another new face in our London office, Zac Ntim, who’s joined us as International Film Reporter. Drop him a note and say hello. Festival Fever Returns Very nice,
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Laure Calamy, who plays Noémie, the wacky assistant to Mathias Barneville in Call My Agent!, won the César (French equivalent of the Oscars) for Best Actress for My Donkey, My Lover & I, the film by Caroline Vignal that opens this weekend Stateside from Greenwich Entertainment. It’s the distributor’s second narrative film in a year
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EXCLUSIVE: U.S. execs headed to the inaugural Scripted Israel event in LA in September can expect to meet 17 prominent Israeli producers and a host of talent and writers. Organizers have unveiled the line-up of participating companies at the event, which is aimed at uniting top Israeli talent and producers with major U.S. entertainment execs.
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Play video content Youtube/Who’s In My Bathroom Gwyneth Paltrow told a crappy joke to Hailey Bieber about sleeping with her father, Stephen Baldwin … in a bathroom of all places, creating an awkward on-camera moment between the two. The Oscar-winning actress appeared Wednesday on Hailey’s vlog, “Who’s in my Bathroom,” and everything seemed normal going
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In recent years, the global TV landscape has been shaken up by some of the most talented, British female auteurs to have braced this planet. The likes of Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Michaela Coel have wowed audiences around the world, lending new credence to the term “authenticity” and forging disruptive shows that have little influence from
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Families weren’t scared to return to the box office during the pandemic and have shelled out $300.9M to date on Illumination Entertainment and Universal’s Minions: The Rise of Gru, making it the first animated movie to cross the three century mark stateside during Covid, and since Frozen 2 opened back in November 2019. Rise of Gru, through 25
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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania star Paul Rudd joined co-stars Kathryn Newton, Evangeline Lilly and Jonathan Majors and director Peyton Reed at Comic-Con’s Hall H on Saturday to tease the upcoming Marvel film with a new for-the-room clip. The segment begins with Scott aka Ant-Man (Rudd) reading his book, Look Out for the Little Guy,
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Charlie Cox’s iteration of Daredevil is officially getting a second life via Daredevil: Born Again—a new series coming to Disney+ with an 18-episode first season in 2024. Joining Cox on the show is Vincent D’Onofrio, who reprises his role from recent Marvel series as mob boss Wilson Fisk aka Kingpin. The announcement of Daredevil‘s return
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EXCLUSIVE: Here’s your first English-language trailer for Rebecca Zlotowski’s Venice Film Festival world premiere Other People’s Children (Les Enfants Des Autres). The film follows Rachel who loves her life, her students, her friends, her ex, and her guitar lessons. When she falls in love with Ali, she grows close to his 4-year-old daughter, Leila. She tucks her
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It’s not secret how much Joe and Anthony Russo would like to make Avengers: Secret Wars.  However, with today’s announcement at Comic-Con that that Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2025 will end with Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars, the comic studio’s Marvel Studios President said that the brothers aren’t attached to take the helm of either movie. The
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Venice Critics’ Week Unveils 2022 Selection The 37th edition of Venice Critics’ Week has unveiled its 2022 line-up. Films in competition comprise Theo Montoya’s Anhell69 (Colombia), Philippe Petit’s Beating Sun (France), Isabella Carbonell’s Dogborn (Sweden) and David Wagner’s Eismayer (Austria), Dušan Zorić and Matija Gluscevic’s Have You Seen This Woman (Serbia), Niccolò Falsetti’s Margins (Italy) and
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Refresh for latest…: Hollywood movies had another solid holdover session at the international box office this weekend, with slight drops essentially across the board — and some new or near milestones as audiences continue to flock to cinemas for varied fare (it helps that the mercury mercifully let up in certain areas). There were no
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