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Infinity? Come on. It’s not even three hours! But there is enough time to get a hunky-Chris showdown (Pratt vs. Hemsworth vs. Evans).
Coursing through pop culture, this attitude puts the onus on women to improve their self-esteem instead of criticizing societal beauty standards.
The actress, who plays the ferocious General Okoye in “Black Panther,” says that she “would never even attempt” to Kardashianize her face.
The Russo brothers pushed to bring the Avengers series to a close — in a two-part extravaganza beginning with “Infinity War” — and Marvel listened.
The big-screen adaptation of the best-selling novel arrives after controversy of the casting of the biracial male lead.
John Krasinski’s horror film beat out the Rock’s “Rampage” and Amy Schumer’s “I Feel Pretty” for the top spot.
At 2 feet 8 inches, Mr. Troyer was a versatile actor who was widely recognizable from the movies he appeared in.
Mr. Washington, next in “The Iceman Cometh” on Broadway, and Mr. Jordan, the “Black Panther” star, discuss their idols, black superheroes and #MeToo.
The 48-year-old actress did same-sex love scenes for her new movie, “Disobedience,” but that’s not what’s about to shake and stir her marriage to Daniel Craig, a.k.a. James Bond.
In “Cargo,” “6 Balloons,” and “Kodachrome,” actors known for their funny roles hone their dramatic skills in Netflix Original movies.
Ms. Burstyn talks about “The House of Tomorrow” and her relationship with Buckminster Fuller, her coming directorial debut and her own #MeToo story.
The million-point record of Billy Mitchell, the subject of a 2007 documentary, has been thrown out, and Steve Wiebe, his rival, claims “sweet victory.”
R. Lee Ermey’s character won over American teenagers with the promise that he could turn them into the most lethal human killing machines in history.
The director Brad Peyton narrates an action sequence from “Rampage,” featuring Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
His and Paolo Taviani’s movies drew notice in their native Italy and beyond; one, “Padre Padrone,” won the Palme d’Or at Cannes in 1977.
Mr. von Trier, the Danish director who was declared persona non grata in 2011, will make a festival comeback this year with “The House That Jack Built.”
The actor reteams with Antoine Fuqua, the director from the first “Equalizer” for this follow-up, which also features Melissa Leo.
In her latest comedy, Amy Schumer plays an insecure woman who, after an accident, decides she’s a knockout. Laughs ensue, but the movie is a bummer.
With the prize Faraday Okoro won at the Tribeca Film Festival came enormous pressure. But he was able to finish his project, “Nigerian Prince.”
The actor who played Robert Mueller on “S.N.L.” leans toward the political in his choices for what you should go see.
The eternal adolescents reprise their roles as Vermont state troopers — this time, overseeing an adjustment of United States borders with Canada.
“Lou Andreas-Salomé, the Audacity to Be Free” casts four actresses to show the evolution of a 19th-century writer with an unusual life.
Catherine Keener stars in the true story of a woman fighting to keep her house from the clutches of eminent domain.
The documentary traces the experiences of six women who settled in the United States after the end of World War II.
Majid Majidi’s new film aims for neorealism but winds up relying on dynamics that are commonplace, if not outright clichéd.
The tech giant has moved its entertainment division into Culver Studios, a 14-acre site where “Gone With the Wind” was also filmed.