Anya Taylor-Joy has admitted she think everyone should be excited about her two new projects 'New Mutants' and 'Glass'.
Andy Serkis thinks it's exciting two of his movies have been nominated for a BAFTA and an Academy Award, and he says he loves working on "intelligent films".
Jason Isaacs has admitted he feared he would be sent "radioactive tea" in the post after the satirical comedy 'Death of Stalin' was banned in Russia.
Director Paul McGuigan opts for sexy, sweet and sad in this romantic drama that's too shallow to explore more than a moment in time, but which affords two talented actors a chance to achieve something special in their coupling.
A Gloria Grahame biopic, Oscar-nominated short films and the classic movie that won James Stewart his Academy Award are part of this week's specialty film programming.
Martin McDonagh has admitted he was a little grumpy after being snubbed for Best Director at this year's Academy Awards but is happy his friends have all be nominated.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- There’s a new Marvel Studios movie opening Friday, and I’m excited about it. I’ve been a fan of Black Panther since the early 1970s, when he was a member of the Avengers. King T’Challa, as he’s known in his native Wakanda, has been around since the ’60s and is one of the most compelling characters in the Marvel roster. I’m hoping the filmmakers do him justice.
“Black Panther,” an adaptation of the iconic comic book that has been decades in coming, proves to be more than worth the wait. This lush, impressively well-acted film, about an African king learning how best to marshal the superpowers with which he’s been endowed, comes draped in anticipation, not only from hardcore fans of the source material, but filmgoers already steeped in breathless hype. Director Ryan Coogler, working with a script he co-wrote with Joe Robert Cole, doesn’t just meet but exceeds those expectations, delivering a film that fulfills the most rote demands of superhero spectacle, yet does so with style and subtexts that feel bracingly, joyfully groundbreaking.
Francis Lee never thought his directorial debut 'God's Own Country' would become an international success and resonate around the world.
Actor Doug Jones has admitted he took inspiration from the "family dog" to get into the character of the Amphibian Man in 'The Shape of Water'.
GDP copy editor and occasional movie critic Khari J. Sampson brings a fan’s perspective of Marvel Studios’ latest superhero film, “Black Panther.”
Kathy Bates and Kim Dickens have joined the cast of the 'Bonnie and Clyde' spin-off 'Highwaymen', which is based around the Texas Rangers who hunted down the outlaws.
Sharon Stone and Bette Midler are to co-star as a best buddies in new comedy caper 'The Tale Of The Allergist's Wife', a big screen adaptation of the award-nominated Broadway play.
Those who have survived live by one rule: never make a sound. Watch the new trailer for #AQuietPlace, starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski. In theatres April 6. #StayQuiet
Doug Jones has defended Guillermo del Toro after allegations of plagiarism and claimed the Mexican filmmaker would "never copy anyone else's work".