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The actor left the stage soon after playing Lear in 1986. Now 80, he is giving it another go, in a made-for-television film directed by Richard Eyre.
The effects-heavy trailer puts more emphasis on Mr. Depp’s titular villain than a previous clip did.
Jimmy Bennett, who says the actress sexually assaulted him, was told by a TV host, “a man has to take an active role, even if he is subjected to it.”
Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment ruled the box office this weekend as “Clock” beat expectations. But Amazon Studios suffered its fourth straight flop.
Movie productions with anywhere from four to eight women in key positions will be eligible for higher government subsidies.
The writer and director Sam Levinson discusses a chilling sequence from his film, shot outside of a home in a continuous take.
Sam Levinson narrates a sequence from his film.
Beloved in the industry after more than 125 roles in TV and movies, the actress directed her first film, “just to see if I could do it.”
Kit Harington ditched his tie. Thandie Newton showed off her tattoo. And Xavier Dolan, whose latest film had its premiere, put on a fancy suit.
At a time when relatively few women were documentarians, Ms. Adato won awards for films about Dylan Thomas, Georgia O’Keeffe, Picasso and others.
This documentary with a simple premise — Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith in conversation — delivers insight and gossip.
Keira Knightley stars in the attractive biographical movie “Colette,” which takes a light, enjoyably fizzy approach to its subject.
This period western features an excellent cast in a story about brotherhood, a violent past and the elusive future.
A documentary reveals its octogenarian subject as still busy and productive, and not a little haunted by memories of friends now gone.
The director who has worked on “True Detective” and “Maniac” is taking over, after Danny Boyle left the project citing creative differences.
Rory Culkin portrays a young man who goes in search of an old record and discovers more than he expects about his family.
The biofilm, based on the experiences of Gregorio del Pilar, sets the stage with sweeping music and proud speeches before the big battle.
Adding to the booming genre of comedian documentaries, this film is an affectionate portrait of one of the first major stars of “Saturday Night Live.”
The documentary looks at the sadness and outrage caused by the 2014 killing of Jennifer Laude by American Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton in the Philippines.
The director Eli Roth, previously known for gory exploitation throwbacks, now makes a nostalgic fun house movie geared toward a younger crowd.
In his new documentary examining the rise of President Trump, the director points fingers at everyone, including himself.
An oft-rumored sequel to “Space Jam,” with LeBron James, is officially in the works. Ryan Coogler will be a producer and Terence Nance will direct.
In this new period drama, the clothes have their own character arc. “The costumes really reflect what’s happening inside Colette,” says the director.