Oliver Stone’s ‘nuclear’ film hits US theaters — RT Games & Culture

American audiences will soon be able to watch Oliver Stone’s new documentary ‘Nuclear Now,’ in which the award-winning filmmaker explores a controversial means of tackling the problem of climate change. Residents of New York, Los Angeles and “select markets” will be able to see ‘Nuclear Now’ in theaters starting April 28, the distributor Abramorama has … Read more

Kiernan Shipka gets candid on her coming of age film ‘Wildflower,’ fame and fashion

CNN  —  If it feels like Kiernan Shipka is everywhere, you’re right. The 23-year-old who rose to fame on the hit series, “Mad Men,” is at the helm of an indie flick that’s getting quite a bit of buzz called, “Wildflower.” Shipka plays Bea Johnson a high school senior who is at a crossroads in … Read more

‘Little Mermaid’ Star Halle Bailey ‘Pushed’ Herself ‘Far’ On 13 Hour Film Days In Water

Halle Bailey recalls her hard work to become Princess Ariel for Disney’s live-action “The Little Mermaid,” including some days spending a whopping 13 hours in the water filming. “I pushed myself as far as I’ve ever pushed myself in life,” Bailey revealed in a new interview with Edition magazine while discussing her long days immersed … Read more

‘White Lotus’ Star Will Sharpe to Direct ‘Crying In H Mart’ Film Adaptation

A bestselling memoir that centers biracial identity has tapped a British Japanese director for its adaptation. Will Sharpe — the actor and filmmaker who most recently appeared in the latest season of “The White Lotus” — will direct the adaptation of Korean American writer Michelle Zauner’s 2021 memoir, “Crying at H Mart.” “I found that … Read more

Alicia Silverstone Spills On The ’90s Film She Could Revisit With Brendan Fraser

Alicia Silverstone has revealed that she’s “happy” to work with her former “Blast From the Past” co-star and Oscar-winning actor Brendan Fraser on a follow-up to the 1999 romcom. Silverstone opened up about the film where she played Eve Rustikov, the love interest to Fraser’s character Adam Webber following his return to civilization after 35 … Read more

Hollywood stars mourn: Keanu Reeves, Chad Stahelski ‘dedicate’ fourth ‘John Wick’ film to Lance Reddick

“John Wick: Chapter Four” star Keanu Reeves; the film’s director, Chad Stahelski; and more Hollywood stars are mourning the unexpected death of actor Lance Reddick. Reddick, who starred in “The Wire,” “Fringe” and the “John Wick” franchise, died Friday. He was 60. In a joint statement to Deadline, Reeves and Stahelski said, “We are deeply … Read more

Quentin Tarantino Set To Direct Possible Final Film ‘The Movie Critic’: Report

Quentin Tarantino is gearing up to make what could be his last feature film, according to a report. The celebrated director has written a script tentatively titled “The Movie Critic” and plans to shoot it in the fall, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which cited unnamed sources. The sources reportedly told the outlet the film … Read more

Ukraine objects to ‘Navalny’ film Oscar win — RT Games & Culture

Refusing to let Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky address the Academy Awards ceremony while handing an Oscar to a documentary about Russian activist Alexey Navalny means politics and movies do mix after all, adviser Mikhail Podoliak tweeted on Monday. “If Oscar is outside of politics how should we understand the documentary manifesto Navalny where internal Russian … Read more

‘Navalny’ Wins Oscar for Best Documentary Film

LOS ANGELES — “Navalny” won the best documentary Oscar at Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony in Hollywood, besting “All That Breathes,” “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed,” “Fire of Love” and “A House Made of Splinters.” The film, directed by Daniel Roher, follows an investigation by the journalist group Bellingcat and CNN Chief International Correspondent Clarissa … Read more