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IATSE And AMPTP Fail to Reach Deal On New Film & TV Contract, But Negotiations Continue

IATSE and management’s AMPTP failed to reach agreement on a new film and TV contract at last night’s bargaining deadline for a new deal, but negotiations are continuing. “The basic agreement bargaining committee has met over the last …

‘Cadejo Blanco’ Guatemalan Drama Rolls Out Clip In Advance Of TIFF Premiere Screening

The female-driven crime drama Cadejo Blanco has unveiled a clip in advance of its screening at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Industry Selects section, Cadejo Blanco is reminiscent of Maria Full of Grace and Miss Bala, addressing timely issu…

‘The Boys’ Wrap Season 3 Of Amazon Superhero Saga, Cast Celebrates With Online Glee

The Boys are back in town. Well, they will be soon, as no premiere date for the next installment of the Amazon series has been set. But cast members took to social media today to gleefully celebrate the production wrap of Season 3. The third part of th…

Venice Review: ‘Another World’

Work eats our lives. For nine, 10 hours a day — often more — we are either at work, traveling to work or catching up on work at home. Yet, for whatever reason, the process and patina of working life is rarely the subject of cinema. Except i…

‘Mission Impossible 7’ Wraps, As Director Christopher McQuarrie Salutes “Unrelenting” Cast And Crew

The impossible and improbable have officially become the possible. Despite setbacks from Covid-19 and a government shutdown with daunting protocols, Mission Impossible 7 has wrapped, bringing home an intricate production that persevered despite the odd…

‘Shang-Chi’ Strong Second Weekend With $31M+; ‘Malignant’ Dying

With great success, comes continued great chaos for the theatrical experience this past week. On the plus side, the domestic box office is continuing its rebound during the pandemic with the second weekend of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings e…

Tribeca’s Jane Rosenthal – Never Without Sneakers Since 9/11 Because “You Might Need To Run”: NYC 20 Years Later

Editor’s note: One in a series of stories tied to the 20th anniversary of 9/11. It seemed like a small thing, stopping for a yellow light. But it may have made all the difference for Jane Rosenthal on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. Her car was a …

Hollywood & World Leaders Remember 9/11 20 Years Later: Bruce Springsteen, Barack Obama, Jennifer Hudson, Reese Witherspoon, U2 & More Commemorate That Horrible Day – Update

Refresh for updates: Twenty years after the horrific attacks of 9/11, America remembered the terror of planes turned into missiles, the nearly 3,000 lives lost and the courage displayed in response. From the memorial sites in New York, Shanksville, PA,…