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Philadelphia Film Festival to Open With Colin Farrell’s ‘The Banshees of Inisherin,’ Close With ‘All the Beauty and the Bloodshed’ Doc

The 2022 Philadelphia Film Festival has announced its complete lineup, including the opening night film The Banshees of Inisherin from director Martin McDonagh and Laura Poitras’ documentary All the Beauty and the Bloodshed. The festival — slated to run in-person from Oct. 19 to Oct. 30 at Philadelphia Film Center, PFS Bourse Theater and the newly […]

Bentonville Film Festival Announces 2023 Dates, New Animation Category

Bentonville Film Festival, chaired by award-winning actress and gender equity advocate Geena Davis, has announced its 2023 festival dates. The annual event held in northwest Arkansas will take place June 13 to 18 for its in-person component, with on-demand streaming of selected programming and events through June 25 available on the festival’s virtual platform. “We […]

Sissy Spacek, Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire Remember Loretta Lynn as Artist Who Paved the “Rough and Rocky Road” for Women

Sissy Spacek, Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood and Reba McEntire were among those in Hollywood and the music industry who shared their remembrances, tributes and condolences Tuesday following the news of country legend Loretta Lynn’s death at 90. The acclaimed singer and songwriter, whose journey from a small Kentucky coal-mining community to becoming a national country […]

‘House of the Dragon’ Star Olivia Cooke Opens Up About Mental Health Struggles While Filming ‘Bates Motel’

Olivia Cooke says that during her early 20s while working on projects like Bates Motel, Ready Player One and Thoroughbreds, her filming schedules and more led to an “awful” mental health experience. The House of the Dragon actress opens up about the conditions that led to her increased isolation and eventually depression while working on […]

Yvette Nicole Brown to Host 2022 Sentinel Awards

Emmy nominee, actress and producer Yvette Nicole Brown is set to host the 2022 Sentinel Awards, an annual celebration of TV’s most impactful stories. The gala, which will honor 11 scripted shows this year with a special award for FX’s Reservation Dogs, is set for a live and in-person event on Oct. 25. The show […]

Terry Bradshaw Says He’s “Cancer-Free” After Disclosing Treatment for Bladder, Skin-Related Diagnoses

Terry Bradshaw has disclosed he is now cancer-free after being treated for it over the last year. The NFL commentator and former Pittsburgh Steelers player addressed his condition during the Oct. 2 episode of Fox NFL Sunday. “In November, I was diagnosed with bladder cancer. I went to the Yale University Medical Center for treatment […]

‘Bros’ Cast on How Its LGBTQ Representation On and Offscreen Provided a More Comfortable Creative Experience

Much of the discussion around the release of the Billy Eichner-starring, Judd Apatow-produced romantic comedy Bros has been about the semantics of its historic nature. Yes, it’s one of the first major studio movies starring two gay leads played by two openly gay actors. Yes, it’s part of a small, but growing handful of LGBTQ-inclusive […]

Final Bob Saget Film Among Austin Film Festival Highlights (Exclusive)

The Austin Film Festival has unveiled its 2022 lineup, which includes Bob Saget’s final movie, the Dustin Hoffman and Sissy Spacek-starrer Sam & Kate, and a filmmaking honor for Darren Aronofsky, the director of the festival’s opening night film The Whale. This year’s slate features over 33 world, North American, U.S. and Texas premieres including […]

GLAAD Announces Inaugural Class for New Equity in Media and Entertainment Initiative (Exclusive)

GLAAD has announced its inaugural cohort of 10 creatives for its newly launched Equity in Media and Entertainment Initiative. Alexander King, Brandon Nicholas, Brit Fryer, Ish Brown, LaQuann Dawson, Michael Donte, Nyala Moon, Olivia Peace, Riley Wilson and Whitney Skauge will participate in the three-year program focused on developing and elevating the work and storytelling […]

‘Looking’ Actor Daniel Franzese on Why He’s “Conflicted” Over Brendan Fraser’s Casting in ‘The Whale’

Daniel Franzese says Brendan Fraser is a “lovely” actor but doesn’t understand why the upcoming film The Whale didn’t choose to cast a gay actor with a larger body in Fraser’s leading role. While speaking to People, the Mean Girls and Looking star said he felt conflicted about Fraser’s casting in the Darren Aronofsky A24 […]

How Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights Turned The Weeknd’s ‘After Hours’ Album Into a “Surreal” Haunted House

Inside “The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare” house at Halloween Horror Nights in Los Angeles is one of the “most outrageous” scenes the Universal Studios Hollywood event has done. That’s according to John Murdy, creative director for HHN in Hollywood, who teamed with Abel Tesfaye (known professionally as The Weeknd) to create a real-life nightmare based […]

KiKi Layne Says She’s “Still Thriving” Despite Scenes Being Cut From ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

KiKi Layne says she’s still celebrating work on- and offscreen with Don’t Worry Darling co-star Ari’el Stachel despite their scenes being cut from the film. In an Instagram post Sunday, the If Beale Street Could Talk actress posted a video and photos of her on set with fellow actor Ari’el Stachel. The duo play Margaret […]