Not long after Personal Shopper investigated the intimate relationship between a personal assistant and the bratty star she works for comes Gemini, a thriller starring Zoe Kravitz as an actress and Lola Kirke as her assistant.
Long-simmering rumors of a Downton Abbey movie appear to be close to consummation—uh, confirmation.
Goldie Hawn is making her first movie in 15 years. It’s with Amy Schumer, who is nothing if not persistent.
The concept of “the Final Girl” was conceived by Carol Clover in her 1992 book, Men, Women, and Chainsaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film. Clover describes the “last girl standing” in horror movies as sharing similar characteristics such as being virginal and having a gender-neutral name, examples of whom include…
Here’s Matthew McConaughey on the set of the movie Gold in Manhattan, wearing a very cool tie. He looks different, doesn’t he?
While reviews for the NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton have been fairly positive, one prevailing critique is that the narrative conveniently leaves out Dr. Dre’s abusive past. In a recent interview, his ex-fiancée—R&B singer Michel’le—states the obvious in explaining the reason that storyline was neglected.
An emoji movie is in the works, just as Satan decreed. :-| ;-/ :-] 8-) :0)
Adam Sandler has responded to criticism of his racist Netflix Western parody The Ridiculous Six by not really responding.
A comedic godsend, at least in the eyes of those who worship her, Amy Schumer is a current cultural beacon, and in many ways, a void-filler. So it’s fitting that her first major film is a rom-com. The hardest-to-reinvent Romantic Comedy—two words that instantly yield lowered expectations—seems at once in need of…
Watching the trailer for indie writer/director Patrick Brice’s new movie The Overnight implies one thing: Group sex. Two married couples are going to get fucked up at a dinner party and they’re going to get down.
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! superstar Ann Coulter gave some of her pithiest “oh snap!” responses in a recent interview, including a cool burn at Lena Dunham.
“A bad day for most geeks would be being the butt of jokes,” says the punk-band-playing straight-A brainiac Malcolm (actor Shameik Moore) at the center of Dope, a film that’s as much about questioning identity as it is owning it.
The Entourage movie opened Wednesday, June 3, to fairly tepid reviews. But unlike most of those, two Jezebel staffers watched the film together one day after work and, to our pleasant surprise, thought it was an interesting, well-shot, even artful summer film.
Jaden Smith is a superhero in real life and may also be playing one in a film adaptation of the DC-imprint comic Static Shock.
A movie about a wannabe cool black nerd obsessed with ’90s hip-hop and Game of Thrones sounds like a movie I’m very interested in seeing. Following up its buzzy trailer and major Sundance reception, here’s the first clip from Dope, which looks to be a worthwhile watch in the tradition of all my fav addictive…
Disney has a movie in the works about a white man who buys land in Sudan so that his daughter can be a princess. Interesting. Sounds cool.
Is there or is there not a Sex and the City 3 on the way? Sarah Jessica Parker seems to enjoy playing mind games.
I DVR’d Montage of Heck and watched it a day after it premiered on HBO. I waited partly out of dread. Everything I’ve read about the Kurt Cobain documentary cast it as the most through and fascinating depiction of him ever—largely due to unprecedented access to home movies, journals, and a clutch of his Dr Demento-…
After much teasing, the trailer for the Entourage movie is here. Vince, Turtle, E and Johnny Drama have reunited. There's Sloan. There's Ari, off his anger meds. And there's our BFF Lloyd.
Hollywood continues to dismiss the whitewashing in Exodus: Gods and Kings, which is a film starring Christian Bale as Moses that opens this Friday. The questionable casting rightfully earned an automatic boycott from some moviegoers. Bale, who hardly cares, danced around the issue at the film's New York premiere.