Reopening Theaters: Join Studio and Indie Execs for Live Webinar Discussion

Memorial Day Weekend usually heralds the height of summer moviegoing. As the film industry heads toward the slow reopening of theaters, from retro programming and drive-ins to the holy trio of “Unhinged,” “The Outpost” and maybe, just maybe, Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” on July 17, IndieWire is bringing together a panel of industry players to share […]

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‘Love, Victor’ Trailer: Hulu Teases Coming-of-Age Story in the ‘Love, Simon’ World

It’s been nearly three months since the adaptation of the 2018 LGBTQ drama “Love, Simon” announced that it was moving from its original home on Disney+ to Hulu and changing its name to “Love, Victor.” Allegedly, the move was due to the series’ adult themes, which didn’t necessarily jibe with the family-friendly world of the […]

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As ‘Hannibal’ Heads to Netflix, Mads Mikkelsen Stokes Fans: ‘Is Season 4 On the Way?’

Mads Mikkelsen is stoking the “Hannibal” fandom amid news that all three seasons of the NBC cult favorite serial killer drama will be hitting Netflix in June. The move to Netflix has left “Hannibal” fans wondering if a surprise season 4 announcement might also be on the horizon. Mikkelsen took to social media in the […]

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Stream of the Day: As ‘Scott Pilgrim’ Turns 10, the Time Is Ripe to Reconsider Edgar Wright

Edgar Wright‘s movies go down easy, but the aftertaste always stings, and it’s often misinterpreted. The British director has made only four features since “Shaun of the Dead” became a sensation in 2004, and each one unfolds with a delirious sense of comic timing, rapid-fire dialogue, and staccato editing that wraps each ludicrous twist in […]

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HBO Max Boss Projects ‘Wildly Expensive’ Snyder Cut Will Cost Over $30 Million

HBO Max is launching this week, but the new streaming platform won’t have its biggest title until 2021. That title is Zack Snyder’s personal cut of “Justice League,” commonly referred to across the internet as the Snyder Cut. Fans have been urging Warner Bros. to release the Snyder Cut since Snyder exited the film in […]

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‘I May Destroy You’ Trailer: Michaela Coel’s New HBO Series Promises to Be Bold and Provocative

HBO has released the official trailer for “I May Destroy You,” its hotly-anticipated topical new TV series from Michaela Coel, the BAFTA-winning creator of “Chewing Gum.” Coel executive produces, writes, co-directs and stars in the series, which the network promises will be bold and candid, exploring the question of sexual consent in the present day […]

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The Show Must Go On: Here’s What’s Still Open for Business in Hollywood

Editor’s note: The list is constantly updated. Dates refer to when announcements were made, or when an event is scheduled to happen. You’ve probably seen our other COVID-19 list, the one where we are examining every cancellation that has taken place as the pandemic takes hold in our community. This is the counterpoint to that […]

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‘COVID: Our Lockdown in Shanghai’ Review: Short-Form Doc Offers Intimate Look at Quarantined Life

At just under 50 minutes, Yu Kung and Crystal Liu’s short-form documentary special, “COVID: Our Lockdown in Shanghai,” covers a dizzying array of topics so timely that the word “timely” doesn’t quite cut it. Shot during the early days of Shanghai’s pandemic lockdown, also known as mere months ago (the short-form documentary, airing on Smithsonian […]

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