It's usually a bad sign when critics start questioning your film before it's even finished. But director Eugene Jarecki had to endure worse. While making the documentary "The King," he actually got gruff from a member of his own film crew.
The Anomaly: a Novel" (Grand Central Publishing), by Michael Rutger
Here's the good news: "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom " is more fun than "Jurassic World." It's not exactly a high bar, but still a welcome surprise. In the hands of a new director, J.
You Were Made for This" (Little, Brown), by Michelle Sacks
Though she may be best known for her music career, Dolly Parton is a Hollywood powerhouse. In addition to starring in more than a few contemporary classics, from 9 to 5 to Steel Magnolias, she's also been partly responsible for some of your favorite TV series.
As long as there's been a Star Wars franchise, fans have been ranking the films, arranging the installments in their own personal hierarchies, and arguing about who's right and who is utterly wrong.
Ranking the Star Wars movies is a time-honored tradition, and with 10 big-screen features (not to mention a few made-for-television movies) released so far, there have been plenty of opportunities to revisit those rankings over the years.
Carmen Sutter is a senior product manager for Adobe I/O Events and has nearly two decades of expertise in developing, executing, and analyzing digital strategies. Her experience spans social media, B2B tech, SaaS, media and entertainment.
Ever since it was voted into federal government in 2015, the Liberal Party has produced a consistent stream of new policy changes and funding announcements for First Nations, Inuit, and Mtis communities across the country. It got to the point where there was so much happening the amount of new legislations, the MOUs, agreements in principle, says Hayden King, currently Indigenous education adviser to Ryerson University's Faculty of Arts dean.
For his comedic short film Trip, Nick Borenstein took a 'Rashomon' like approach to depicting a wild family road trip.
Family vacations are stressful.
Virtual reality and augmented reality are hot topics right now. As we start to see the lines blur between real and virtual worlds, the possibilities become endless.
The UK government has cleared the way for Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox to buy Sky on the condition it sells Sky News to another organisation.
It also approved a rival bid for the British broadcaster from US media giant Comcast, setting up a multibillion-pound bidding war.
Five years after ditching its Ektachrome 100 film, Kodak is making final preparations for its relaunch.
The iconic photography company has been working on the production of Ektachrome for more than a year, and has just shown off some of the first images shot with it.
Is the advent of sex robots reason for excitement, or should we be wary of the effects they may have on sexual and mental health?
Gone are the times of the inflatable sex doll; the past few years have seen the development and improvement of sexbots.
These are extremely realistic dolls that you can have custom made to satisfy every need or desire.
In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Geoffrey Miller about evolutionary psychology. They discuss sexual selection, virtue signaling, social media, public shaming, monogamy and polyamory, taboo topics in science, genetic engineering, gender differences and the Google memo, moral psychology, existential risk, AI, and other topics.
The average subscriber pays for 206 channels, but only watches 15.
News covers the same biased stories repeatedly leading to a decline in views.
The first official trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 dropped today, and it already looks like a good time. The film takes Ralph and Vanellope to the big busy world of the internet, where they get chased by Stormtroopers, pestered by a nerdy search engine, and meet Eeyore.
In the first half of 2018, compelling stories have played out not just on the big screen, but also in the real world of Hollywood, as the entertainment industry has navigated a newly upset balance of power. Meanwhile, the movies themselves are received in a world that was difficult to imagine when the films were conceived years ago whether that means audiences are starved for the lightness of a hapless CGI bear or emboldened by all-female sci-fi narratives.