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With Universal's Get Out, Daniel Kaluuya has his first starring role in an American feature.
"To me, you'll always be a fish," a boy tells a teenage mermaid, gently rejecting her romantic advances. It's a bruising, funny, and relatable moment in 38-year-old Polish director Agnieszka Smoczyńska's inspired feature-film debut The Lure.
"I was looking for the dark chapters of Denmark," says writer-director Martin Zandvliet of his film Land of Mine, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015 and is now out in New York and L.A. via Sony Pictures Classics.
Bryce Dallas Howard is at the airport, waiting for her flight to London. She's about to start filming her next project, the yet-to-be-titled sequel to Jurassic World, and she's genuinely excited.
Irish actor Evanna Lynch entered the film industry under exceptional circumstances.
Last month, Deadline revealed that a movie based on the illustrious life and career of Rat Pack member Sammy Davis, Jr. has been approved by his estate.
Tobias Menzies, it seems, knows how to pick a project.
A few of our favorite rising actors from last week's Sundance Film Festival.
Set deep in Brooklyn, Eliza Hittman's second feature film Beach Rats follows 17-year-old Frankie as he navigates the stagnant, hyper-masculine society surrounding him.
The wins you need to know from yesterday's Oscars no one messes with Meryl in our pop #WeekendNewsRoundup. https://t.co/M7tAog8oiv