Sundance: Ruth Bader Ginsburg likes Kate McKinnon's 'SNL' impression and supports #MeToo

The 84-year-old Supreme Court justice came to Sundance Film Festival for the premiere of 'RGB,' a new film about her life.        


Sundance: 'The Tale' speaks to #MeToo movement with chilling child rape drama

Writer/director Jennifer Fox exorcises the memories of her childhood rape in memoir film 'The Tale,' starring Laura Dern as her adult self.        


'The Shape of Water' wins top Producers Guild Award

Talk of women's issues was just as important as film and TV awards at the ceremony.        

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Coco director Lee Unkrich reveals which Pixar scene makes him cry the most

It turns out the Coco and Toy Story 3 director is just as emotional as the next film fan


The Bollywood film breaking the taboo around periods

The story of one man's quest to make cheap sanitary pads has been made into a comedy.


Robert Redford on #MeToo movement: 'The role for men right now is to listen'

Sundance Institute founder Robert Redford speaks at opening of film festival about being encouraged by change brought about by #MeToo movement.        

Showbiz & TV

The Post brings the A game from the lead actors to supporting cast to tell an incredible story of a US government cover-up

Spielberg could not have picked a more pertinent time to release The Post. Despite it telling a 45 year old story it’s tale of corruption, cover up and accountability feel as sharp and prescient today as they did then. I mean, perish the thought, a


Is The ‘12 Strong’ Movie Based On A True Story?

Hitting theaters on Friday is the new Chris Hemsworth film “12 Strong,” which tells the story of a Special Forces team sent to Afghanistan in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks to dismantle the Taliban.


Solo: A Star Wars Story - What We Know About The New Han Solo Flick

While we sit on the verge of the first Star Wars movie not to be about somebody named Skywalker, many fans are even more curious about the film that will come after Star Wars: The Last Jedi. What's going to happen when we see Han Solo played for the first


5 burning questions we have about this year's Sundance Film Festival

Daisy Ridley, Joaquin Phoenix and Nicolas Cage are among the big names premiering new films at the snow-capped Utah festival.        


How Star Wars Is Going To Tell Rose's Prequel Story

Kelly Marie Tran's Rose Tico was one of the breakout characters of Rian Johnson's film and now she will be getting her very own prequel story.


'Girls in the Picture' celebrates silent-film friendship of Pickford, Marion

Actress Mary Pickford and screenwriter Frances Marion forged a friendship in Hollywood's early days. A 3.5-star book review of 'The Girls in the Picture.'        


Everything we know about the Marvel superhero film 'Black Panther'

To say Marvel introducing its first black superhero film is exciting is an understatement, and the film has already broken records.        

Showbiz & TV

Best of this week’s DVD releases from tender love in Ghost Story to violent death in American Assassin

DVD OF THE WEEK A Ghost Story (12A), Out Jan 15 Spoiler alert: This is not a horror film. If you curl up on the sofa with your significant other expecting gory shocks to make them cling to you for comfort, you’ll be sorely disappointed. After a wom


'Somebody Touch My Spaghet' Memes Take Over Snapchat, Twitter

This year was greeted with a new meme that derives from a 1939 short film, dubbed “Somebody Toucha My Spaghet.” The seven-minute animated movie, “The Three Bears,” is based on the story of goldilocks and the three bears. An excerp


Film reviews round-up: Darkest Hour, My Life Story, A Woman's Life, Eric Clapton: A Life in 12 Bars, The Brawler

A BAFTA nominee, two musical documentaries, an unusual period piece, and an underdog boxer


'The Shape of Water' leads race for British Academy Awards

'The Shape of Water' led nods Tuesday for the British Academy Film Awards.        


Greta Gerwig avoids definitive statement about working with director Woody Allen

'Lady Bird' writer-director Gerwig acted in Allen's film, 'To Rome with Love.'        


Film critics' society names 'Lady Bird' best picture

'Lady Bird' nabs four awards from National Society of Film Critics, including best director for Greta Gerwig.        

Showbiz & TV

When did Joan Crawford die, what movies was she in, who were her ex-husbands and how many children did she have?

JOAN Crawford was an American film and television actress who’s ranked tenth on American Film Institute’s list of the greatest female stars of Classic Hollywood Cinema. Her story – and rivalry with Bette Davis – is being told i

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