The second part of Woo’s historical epic arrives in Chinese theaters later this month.
A tale of deceit, romance, hippos, and Pablo Escobar.
The 2013 psychosexual thriller is finally getting a U.S. release.
Fred Armisen! Kate McKinnon! Mike O’Brien! Bobby Moynihan! Colin Jost!
Laurent’s second feature, which follows two teen girls trapped in a co-dependent relationship, will hit U.S. theaters in September.
The U.S. remake of Argentina’s award-winning film hits domestic theaters in October.
Like Farley himself, it’s funny; like Farley’s life, it’s sad.
And Ethan Hawke is just a cool dad, trying to figure it all out, man.
The trailer heralds the fact that the film is finally, actually hitting theaters.
We had no idea that Scott Lang works at a fro-yo place! Thanks, Japan!
The internationally-renowned artist’s first feature film makes its American debut on July 15.
Corin Hardy’s new horror film precedes his remake of The Crow.
Just go back to Beta.
Jackie Chan also stars in this international production, which has already set box-office records in China.
What an insurance nightmare.
Hubert Sauper’s searing documentary about the evils of colonialism hits theaters in August.
And then maybe another few minutes to read this article.
This looks very much like a Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg movie.
The actress takes on her first leading role in more than two decades in the Sundance-approved dramedy.
Get a new hobby, Nicholas Hoult.
Our own Mike D’Angelo praised the film when he caught it at Cannes last month.