How Often Does Francis Ford Coppola Think About the Roman Empire? ‘Quite a Lot,’ Says Director: It ‘Was the Inspiration’ for ‘Megalopolis’

Francis Ford Coppola is joining the Roman Empire TikTok trend by asking himself the viral question: “How often do you think about the Roman Empire?

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San Sebastián Native Jaione Camborda’s ‘The Rye Horn’ Wins Top Prize At San Sebastian

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Beyonce in Final Talks to Release ‘Renaissance’ Concert Film Through AMC Theatres Following Taylor Swift Deal (EXCLUSIVE)

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Greta Lee Discusses Initially Losing ‘Past Lives’ Role and How She Was Inspired to Pursue Acting by 1997’s ‘The Saint’: ‘Being Val Kilmer Was Freedom’

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Turkey’s Antalya Film Festival Canceled Due to Censorship of Controversial Doc About Fallout of Failed Coup

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There was one key question gripping the box office heading into this weekend: would audiences be PAWing, or would they be Sawing? In a crowded Septemb

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International Oscar Race: Switzerland Selects Rural Coming of Age Drama ‘Thunder’

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Bill Maher Offers Mild Praise for WGA in ‘Real Time’ Post-Strike Return: Thanks Union for ‘Expediting the Paperwork’ to Get Shows Back on Air

Bill Maher returned to the airwaves with HBO’s “Real Time” for the first time since the strike with only mild praise for the Writers Guild of Am

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How Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Summer’ Campaign Formalized Black Hollywood’s Cultural Calendar

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Natalie Portman Sex Soap Opera ‘May December’ Opens New York Film Festival as Epic Rainstorm Drenches the City

The show must go on! New York Film Festival opened its 61st edition with “May December” as planned, despite a massive rainstorm that’s left stre

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Film Academy Executive Patrick Harrison Joins Frank PR to Launch Awards and Events Division

Patrick Harrison, the top New York executive at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, has partnered with Clare Anne Darragh and Lina Catalf

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Top Comedians React to New Golden Globes Stand-Up Category: ‘It Should Be Called the Ricky Gervais’

The comedy community is just grateful to be nominated. Top professional funny people have weighed in on this week’s news that the annual Golden Glob

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‘Deliver Us’ Directors on How to Make Your Low Budget Film Look Hypnotic and Gorgeous — Horror Film School

Horror Film School is a new feature in which talent in front of and behind the camera share the ins and outs of creating the biggest onscreen scares.

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Kristen Bell and Animal Experts Alike Gush About Furry Friends on New Pet-Focused Podcast

This article first appeared as part of Jenelle Riley’s Acting Up newsletter – to subscribe for early content and weekly updates on all things ac

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‘Puan’ Review: The Personal Gets Political in a Sly, Delightful Argentinian Academia Comedy

Anyone familiar with the often disquieting solo work of directors María Alché and Benjamín Naishtat may be put on high uneasiness-alert by the open

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Golden Globes Predictions: Six Nominee Expansion Adds Opportunity and Which ‘Barbenheimer’ Movie Wins More Statues?

The Golden Globes have plenty of movies to sift through and consider for its upcoming 81st annual awards ceremony. With “Killers of the Flower Moon

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What’s Coming to Netflix in October 2023

Gearing up for the spookiest month of the year, it’s only right that Netflix’s October slate sees the addition of its Edgar Allan Poe-inspired ser

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Christopher Lloyd’s ‘Spirit Halloween: The Movie’ to Stream on Shudder – Film News in Brief 

It’s time to take a trip back to everyone’s favorite Halloween store.   AMC Network has officially licensed the rights for David Poag’s “Spi

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Pioneering Scientist Susan Solomon, Who Helped Save the Ozone Layer, to Be Focus of Film by New State Pictures, Curiosity Film (EXCLUSIVE)

New State Pictures has joined forces with Curiosity Rights to secure the life rights of scientist Susan Solomon, who led pioneering research into the

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