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After a brief hiatus, the onetime So-Cal surfer girl turned screen siren, the three-time Oscar nominee—and still somehow woefully underrated—Michelle Pfeiffer is back in a big way, with a bevy of films to add to her already remarkable résumé.
In The Sense of An Ending, Scottish actor Freya Mavor shares a part with Charlotte Rampling.
Life is the sixth feature film from Daniel Espinosa, and the Swedish-Chilean director's first venture into the realm of science-fiction.
Personal Shopper is not what you'd expect from its title or trailer.
In writer-director Joe Martin's feature debut Us and Them, which premiered at SXSW earlier this month, Jack Roth stars as Danny, a disaffected member of the British working class.
A new documentary celebrates the glamorous and downright groundbreaking life of one of fashion's greatest artists and scene-makers.
Based on the Julian Barnes novel of the same name, The Sense of an Ending is a lyrical meditation on our perception of the past.
"I'm not pledging for what I can get after school, I'm pledging for what I can get now," says Square (real name Earnest), one of the supporting characters in Gerard McMurray's directorial debut, Burning Sands.
Last month, Deadline revealed that a Harriet Tubman biopic is in the works via Macro/New Balloon.
"It's very hard for me to lose the sense of watching a film...It's usually the actor that makes me forget"—… https://t.co/BXFmzODSfY