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The movie “Billionaire Boys Club,” which was shot before allegations surfaced against the actor, will be released via video on demand next month and in theaters in August.
Mr. Bregman was a personal manager to stars like Barbra Streisand and Al Pacino. Later, he worked with the directors Sidney Lumet and Brian De Palma.
Carlo Chatrian and Mariette Rissenbeek will take charge from 2020, Germany’s Culture Ministry announced.
Riefenstahl was the star and muse of the German director Arnold Fanck, largely remembered for his daredevil mountain films.
An exhibition at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture captures what Oprah Winfrey and her TV show have meant.
Florence Welch soars on her band’s new album, the Marvel series returns to Netflix and the classics come back to Naumburg Bandshell.
The director J. A. Bayona narrates a sequence with Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and a slumbering T. rex.
A new Directors Guild report shows that diversity among filmmakers remained low last year, and that was true for indies as well as blockbusters.
This seductive documentary tracks the rise and fall of Elvis Presley, a tragic arc that the director Eugene Jarecki likens to that of the United States.
Ms. Davis and Carrie Coon have a great moment, but it’s not enough to carry the burden of an entire movie.
Paul Rudd portrays Moe Berg, a professional baseball player who worked as a spy for the United States during World War II.
Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.
A fine cast, led by Vera Farmiga and Christopher Plummer, is the sole pleasure in this superficial road-trip movie.
Laurie Fairrie’s documentary profiles individuals and families in France and Israel to capture a cycle of fear and xenophobia.
Robert Pattinson discovers that Mia Wasikowska is not in distress in this entertainingly original western from the Zellner brothers.
Paul Schrader on evangelism, environmentalism and why his drama about a conflicted pastor (played by Ethan Hawke) is transfixing audiences.
Steve Carell stars as Mark Hogancamp, a cross-dressing artist who was left brain-damaged after a brutal attack. The trailer, at least, omits the cross-dressing.
He was best known for his work with the Blues Brothers, but he had established himself as a mainstay of the Chicago scene long before then.
AMC’s new service will cost $20 a month — double MoviePass’s price — but will come with fewer restrictions.
The director Ryan Coogler did not return for the sequel to the boxing hit. Sylvester Stallone is back (as a co-writer, too) and so is Tessa Thompson.
He’s starring in the two biggest blockbusters of the season, cleaned up his life and has clout he never dreamed of. And that’s the problem.
Jennifer Lee and Pete Docter will take over as the chief creative officers at Disney Animation and Pixar following the resignation of John Lasseter.
Ms. Hunter talks about Elastigirl’s latest incarnation in “Incredibles 2,” the state of her career and the pros and cons of turning 60.
Theaters are posting notices that flashing lights in the hit Disney Pixar movie could cause seizures in some people with epilepsy.