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The adaptation of Donna Tartt's best-selling novel will star Ansel Elgort, Nicole Kidman, Sarah Paulson, and Luke Wilson and is from the director of Brooklyn.
This September, Donna Tartt's best-selling novel The Goldfinch is being adapted into a film. Here's what we know so far.See the full clip above.In the snaps from set, Nicole Kidman, normally a glamorous-looking 51-year-old, has been completely transformed by age makeup into her character, ...
 
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The all-star cast and Les Misérables director Tom Hooper have Broadway fans excited.
While we're waiting for a peek of the new film adaptation of Cats (who doesn't want to see Judi Dench and Idris Elba in that crazy makeup?), there's still plenty of jellicle-related gossip to catch up on.Here's everything else we know about the film ...
 
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Here's everything we know so far.
Following Crazy Rich Asians's $35.3 million opening weekend, Warner Brothers is moving forward with the development of a sequel. While nothing at this point has been officially greenlit, on Wednesday, the New York Times reported that plans are in the works "to turn 'Crazy Rich Asians' ...
 
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The differences go beyond that intense mah jong showdown.
If your internet browsing and excessive clicking have brought you to this story, we're assuming that you’ve already seen Crazy Rich Asians in your nearby cinema, otherwise, be wary of the movie spoilers ahead. In Kevin Kwan’s novel, it is Felicity Leong, Astrid’s ...
 
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Despite her own comments to the contrary.
The Downton Abbey film won't be devoid of the Dowager Countess and her quippy one-liners after all.People reports that sources close to the film have confirmed "Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael, Joanne Froggatt, Hugh Bonneville and Elizabeth McGovern are all reprising their roles."The news comes ...
 
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This movie has everything: Two lions, a ginger prince, a Suits actress, and very little messy bun (thank goodness).
It is at once forever and a day (well, five and a half days) until the royal wedding but if you need your fix (raises hand!), look no further than Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance. We can thank the filmmaking gods (a.k.a. Lifetime television) for ...
 
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Mark your calendars for May 13.
It was only a matter of time. Lifetime is adapting Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's romance into a made-for-TV movie called Harry & Meghan: The Royal Love Story. Here's everything we know about the film, which is sure to be appointment viewing.In the ...
 
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Senior concept illustrator Rodney Fuentebella referred to Filipino tribal patterns while working on Black Panther characters.
It’s pretty clear by now the Black Panther is one of the most talked-about, relevant, and empowering films Marvel has ever produced. While the film is a celebration of African culture, it’s struck a chord with audiences the world over, including Filipinos.A couple of ...
 
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It's peak Afrofuturism.
Black Panther has been out in local theaters for over a week, and without a doubt, it has created a lot of buzz. (Side note: It’s also the first film to be featured on the cover of Time Magazine starring Black Panther himself, Chadwick Boseman.) Check out this week’s cover of ...
 
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The first trailer for the film features Jason Clarke, who plays Ted Kennedy in the drama, out April 6.
Chappaquiddick, a new drama about the infamous car accident on Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts that killed Mary Jo Kopechne and derailed Ted Kennedy's political career, will debut in theaters April 6.Here's a look at the official trailer, which was just released:Jason Clarke ...
 
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The up-and-coming actor finds a crowning achievement in this month’s 'Victoria & Abdul.'
Ali Fazal thought he had missed his chance. When the Mumbai-based actor heard that director Stephen Frears was casting his film Victoria & Abdul in India, auditions had ended. Lucky for Fazal—whose only previous U.S. role had been a small part in Furious 7—Frears hadn’t found ...
 
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Your favorite line almost didn't happen!
For as much of a whirlwind that Gone with the Wind truly is, its production might have been even more intense. From the never-ending search for Scarlett, the ever-changing management, and disgruntled actors, it seems short of a miracle that the film ...
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