Month: November 2021

This little one is all grown up. Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard attended the 31st Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards on Nov. 29 with one very special date in tow: the couple’s 15-year-old daughter, Ramona. For her rare night out, Ramona wore a black silk dress with lace sleeves, while her mom shined in a short-sleeved gold
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This weekend, the BFI Southbank will host Busting the Bias, a series of screenings, talks and presentations showcasing Disabled practitioners’ work. The programme aims to create ongoing discourse for improved access for Disabled talent to work in the screen industries, and advocate for authentic on-screen representation and leadership off-screen. All screenings will be presented with
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Joaquin Phoenix forms a close bond with a precocious whippersnapper in Mike Mills’ gentle family drama. Kids can be safely relied on to say the darnedest things, and in Mike Mills’ latest feature, indeed they do. But they also say everything else – the funniest things, the saddest things, the strangest things, the most wondrous
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Did Jharrel and Keisha earn the trust of the 4400? On 4400 Season 1 Episode 6, the duo realized there was no way forward for them if they didn’t find the right path forward. Meanwhile, Hayden convinced LaDonna and Andre to visit Tpsi Med. Ray continued to grow his flock, putting tensions at a high.
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Andy Ostroy’s documentary is a heartbreaking portrait of a filmmaker gone too soon and those she left behind. “Simultaneously magical and unfair,” is how Paul Rudd describes the night his friend Adrienne Shelly’s Waitress debuted to acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007. Less than three months before this triumphant moment, the director was
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California actress Heather Graham was only 27 years old when she was cast as the hottie on eight wheels ‘Rollergirl’ — who was a ride-or-die adult film actress for porn producer Jack Horner’s ’70s movie — in Paul Thomas Anderson‘s iconic period piece “Boogie Nights.” The R-rated film included Julianne Moore as the motherly, Amber
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The Critics Choice Association on Monday announced the complete list of honorees and presenters for the inaugural Celebration of Latino Cinema, taking place virtually on Thursday, December 9 from 5:30 – 6:45pm PT / 8:30 – 9:45pm ET. For the first time, the Critics Choice Association is celebrating groundbreaking achievements in Latino Cinema, from the
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Chucky will continue to stalk the residents of Hackensack. Syfy and USA Network both confirmed a second-season pickup for the horror drama on Monday afternoon. “We’re thrilled to start pulling the strings on a second season of puppet mayhem with Chucky,” executive producer Don Mancini said in a statement. “Many thanks to our partners at
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