‘The Creator’ Review: Gareth Edwards’ Robot Uprising Is Made of Old Stereotypes and Recycled Parts

The creator of “The Creator,” Gareth Edwards, started his filmmaking career teaching himself VFX at home. He’s an innovator on that front, devising ways to generate creepy CG […]

Steve Coogan Boards Stanley Kubrick’s ‘Dr. Strangelove’ London Stage Adaptation From ‘Veep’ Creator Armando Iannucci

British actor and comedian Steve Coogan is all set to channel his inner Peter Sellers. The “Alan Partridge” star will play multiple roles as the lead in the […]

‘Expend4bles’ Review: A Few of the Old Boys Are Back, Now Joined by Megan Fox, but the Series’ Appeal Feels Increasingly Expendable

In “Expend4bles,” the action is more digitally propulsive than it was in “The Expendables” (2010), “The Expendables 2” (2012), or “The Expendables 3” (2014). Yet the preferred mode […]

Edward Hume, Emmy-Nominated ‘The Day After’ Writer, Dies at 87

Edward Hume, the Emmy-nominated writer of “The Day After” and creator of “The Streets of San Francisco,” has died, his rep confirmed to Variety. He was 87.  Hume […]

Anand Patwardhan’s Toronto Selection ‘The World Is Family’ Combines the Personal and the Political

Anand Patwardhan, the doyen of Indian documentary filmmaking, will premiere his new film, “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” (“The World Is Family”) at the Toronto Film Festival. The film focuses on […]

‘Guardians of the Formula’ Review: Cold War Politics Fuse with Medical History in Engrossing Chain-Reaction Drama

Arriving at a moment when interest in all things atomic has been piqued by the global success of “Oppenheimer,” Dragan Bjelogrlić’s “Guardians of the Formula” offers a far […]

‘Barbenheimer’s’ Global Box Office Battle: How the Two Blockbusters Are Performing in Countries Around the World

The dual release of Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” and Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer” on July 21 has restored the box office to its pre-COVID glory, and the effects have been […]