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Dec 13, 2017

New Trailer: ‘Annihilation,' Starring Natalie Portman
The sci-fi drama is written and directed by Alex Garland, the filmmaker behind 'Ex Machina.'

New York Times Movies
Dec 13, 2017

Anthony Harvey, ‘Lion in Winter' Director and Kubrick Editor, Dies at 87
Mr. Harvey began as a film editor, filling that role on 'Dr. Strangelove,' but ended up directing Katharine Hepburn in several movies.

New York Times Movies
Dec 13, 2017

Anthony Harvey, ‘Lion in Winter' Director, Dies at 87
Mr. Harvey began as a film editor, filling that role on 'Dr. Strangelove,' but ended up directing Katharine Hepburn in several movies.

New York Times Movies
Dec 13, 2017

New Trailer: ‘The 15:17 to Paris,' From Clint Eastwood
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New York Times Movies
Dec 13, 2017

The Carpetbagger: ‘The Big Sick' and ‘Get Out' Land SAG Awards Nominations
'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' and 'Mudbound' get boosts while 'The Post' and 'Phantom Thread' are shut out of the actors guild awards.

New York Times Movies
Dec 13, 2017

The Carpetbagger: At the Screen Actors Guild Awards, It Will Be Women First
Championing actresses and nodding at #MeToo, the industry''s biggest union will have only female presenters will hand out its acting awards.

New York Times Movies
Dec 13, 2017

Rewind: Obsession, Unspoken and Unacknowledged: ‘Letter From an Unknown Woman'
This 1948 Max Ophüls melodrama, in a recent restoration, will be shown as part of a Film Society of Lincoln Center series.

New York Times Movies
Dec 13, 2017

The Race to Erase Kevin Spacey
'I took action,' the director Ridley Scott said of his whirlwind reshoot of 'All the Money in the World,' which featured Christopher Plummer in a role originally filmed by Mr. Spacey.

New York Times Movies
Dec 13, 2017

New Selections for National Film Registry Include ‘Superman,' ‘Titanic' and ‘Spartacus'
The Library of Congress has chosen 25 more films for preservation, including 'Dumbo,' 'Die Hard,' 'Field of Dreams' and '4 Little Girls.'

New York Times Movies
Dec 12, 2017

Bruce Brown, 80, Dies; His ‘Endless Summer' Documented Surfing
Mr. Brown''s movie became an unlikely hit when it was released nationally in 1966 and helped change the way surfers are perceived.

New York Times Movies
Dec 12, 2017

Bruce Brown, Documentarian of Surfing, Is Dead at 80
Mr. Brown''s movie 'The Endless Summer' became an unlikely hit when it was released nationally in 1966 and helped change the way surfers are perceived.

New York Times Movies
Dec 12, 2017

Scene City: Toasting Daniel Day-Lewis and His Potential Last Film
Sienna Miller, Michael Shannon, Jenna Lyons and more gathered at an Upper East Side townhouse to celebrate the New York premiere of 'Phantom Thread.'

New York Times Movies
Dec 12, 2017

Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Dunkirk'
Christopher Nolan narrates a sequence from his film which was nominated for 3 Golden Globe awards.

New York Times Movies
Dec 12, 2017

Review: In ‘Miss Kiet's Children,' Refugees Adjust to Dutch Life
The documentary by Petra Lataster-Czisch and Peter Lataster follows young students in the classroom but doesn''t examine their lives outside school.

New York Times Movies
Dec 12, 2017

Review: Psst … ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Is Really Good!
With charm and wit, the latest 'Star Wars' movie unites the past and present as it looks toward the future.

New York Times Movies
Dec 12, 2017

‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Embraces the Magic and Mystery. Read Our Review.
With charm and wit, the latest 'Star Wars' movie unites the past and present as it looks toward the future.

New York Times Movies
Dec 12, 2017

‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Is Really Good! Here's Our Review.
With charm and wit, the latest 'Star Wars' movie unites the past and present as it looks toward the future.

New York Times Movies
Dec 12, 2017

Review: Detoured From ‘La La Land' for a Comic Stop in ‘Boulder City'
Jimmy Fowlie''s one-man show satirizes the struggling, self-involved actress played by Emma Stone in the movie.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

The Carpetbagger: James Franco Can Relate to Tommy Wiseau
With a Golden Globe nomination for 'The Disaster Artist,' the actor, director and recent 'SNL' host talks about making a good movie about a bad one, and the wave of sexual harassment allegations in Hollywood.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

The Carpetbagger: Jessica Chastain Feared Speaking Out Would Hurt Her Career
The Golden Globe nomination on Monday was especially gratifying for the 'Molly''s Game' actress, who has been an outspoken critic of sexual harassment.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

Golden Globes Briefing: ‘The Shape of Water' and ‘Big Little Lies' Lead Golden Globe Nominations
'The Shape of Water,' Guillermo del Toro''s fantasy, led the way with seven nominations, while the newspaper drama 'The Post' had six.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

Review: ‘Just Getting Started' Has Big Names, Not Big Laughs
The writer-director Ron Shelton returns to his favorite themes in this comedy starring Morgan Freeman, Tommy Lee Jones and Rene Russo.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

2018 Golden Globe Nominations: Full List
A complete list of the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globe awards.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

Live Briefing: ‘The Shape of Water' and ‘Big Little Lies' Top Golden Globe Nominations
'The Shape of Water,' Guillermo del Toro''s fantasy, led the way with seven nominations, while the newspaper drama 'The Post' had six.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

Live Briefing: 2018 Golden Globe Nominations Led by ‘The Shape of Water' and ‘Big Little Lies'
'The Shape of Water,' Guillermo del Toro''s fantasy, led the way with seven nominations, while the newspaper drama 'The Post' had six.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

Live Briefing: Golden Globes: ‘The Shape of Water' and ‘Big Little Lies' Top Nominations
'The Shape of Water,' Guillermo del Toro''s fantasy, led the way with seven nominations, while the newspaper drama 'The Post' had six.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

The Carpetbagger: The Movie Surprises and Snubs of the 2018 Golden Globes
'Wonder Woman' got nothing; neither did Jake Gyllenhaal or Tiffany Haddish. 'All the Money in the World,' which was to star Kevin Spacey, drew 3 nominations.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

2018 Golden Globes: List of Nominees
A list of the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globe awards.

New York Times Movies
Dec 11, 2017

Live Briefing: Golden Globe Nominations: Live Updates
The nominations, which will be announced Monday morning, are often seen as a harbinger of what may come in the Oscar race.

New York Times Movies
Dec 10, 2017

New Trailer: ‘Ready Player One,' From Steven Spielberg
A new promo gives more details about the adaptation of Ernest Cline''s gamer novel. Tye Sheridan and Ben Mendelsohn star.

New York Times Movies
Dec 10, 2017

Louis C.K. Will Buy Back ‘I Love You, Daddy'
The comedian will buy back the rights to his film, which was shelved by its distributor following allegations of sexual misconduct.

New York Times Movies
Dec 10, 2017

Holdover Films Chug Away at the Box Office as ‘Last Jedi' Looms
In another quiet weekend at multiplexes, 'Coco' was No. 1, 'Justice League' continued to disappoint and 'Wonder' crossed the $100 million mark.

New York Times Movies
Dec 10, 2017

Max Clifford, Publicist and Sex Offender, Dies After Collapsing in Prison
Mr. Clifford, once Britain''s highest-profile publicity agent, was serving an eight-year sentence for assaulting woman and girls as young as 15.

New York Times Movies
Dec 10, 2017

Max Clifford, Publicist and Sex Offender, Dies After Collapse in Prison
Mr. Clifford, once Britain''s highest-profile publicity agent, was serving an eight-year sentence for assaulting woman and girls as young as 15.

New York Times Movies
Dec 08, 2017

In ‘Coco,' Death Is the Point
A villain''s demise, a parent''s absence. That''s how death used to figure in animated movies for children. Thanks to Pixar and now 'Coco,' that''s changing.

New York Times Movies
Dec 08, 2017

Your Week in Culture: Thom Yorke, JCVD, ‘The Ballad of Lefty Brown'
Also the week of Dec. 10: Nicholas Nixon''s 'Brown Sisters' portraits in Boston; Merce Cunningham alumni in Brooklyn.

New York Times Movies
Dec 08, 2017

The All-Stars of ‘Star Wars'
Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver and their 'Last Jedi' comrades discuss the difficulties of new relationships, the joys of villainy and those porgs.

New York Times Movies
Dec 08, 2017

Bryan Singer, ‘X-Men' Director, Is Accused of Sexual Assault in New Lawsuit
Cesar Sanchez-Guzman said that in 2003, when he was 17, Mr. Singer sexually assaulted him at a party on a yacht.

New York Times Movies
Dec 08, 2017

New Trailer: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' With Chris Pratt
Bryce Dallas Howard returns as well to the sequel to the blockbuster 'Jurassic World.' J.A. Bayona takes over directing chores.

New York Times Movies
Dec 08, 2017

The Carpetbagger: Documentaries About Doping and Jane Goodall Make Oscar Shortlist
Fifteen films are in the running for the Academy Award for best documentary feature. The final five nominees will be announced Jan. 23.

New York Times Movies
Dec 07, 2017

Screens (and Titles) Full of ‘Wonder'
'Wonder Woman,' 'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,' 'Wonderstruck,' 'Wonder Wheel' and just plain 'Wonder' — movies with suchlike titles but different aims.

New York Times Movies
Dec 07, 2017

Film Series in NYC This Week
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

New York Times Movies
Dec 07, 2017

Review: The Architecture of Grief and Dread in ‘Foxtrot'
In this drama — Israel''s Oscar submission in the foreign-language category — the writer-director Samuel Maoz offers a devastating view of his country.

New York Times Movies
Dec 07, 2017

Bobby Cannavale, Tough Guy, ‘Can Handle a Pink Couch'
He charms Martin Scorsese and thrills his co-stars, so isn''t it time you recognized that Mr. Cannavale isn''t 'the guy you went to high school with'?

New York Times Movies
Dec 07, 2017

New Trailer: ‘7 Days in Entebbe'
The drama revisits the 1976 mission to rescue airline passengers being held hostage in Uganda. Daniel Brühl and Rosamund Pike star; José Padilha directed.

New York Times Movies
Dec 07, 2017

Review: If It's Not One Thing, It's Your Mother in ‘Kaleidoscope'
A toxic mother-son bond drives Rupert Jones''s glum British psychodrama.

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Dec 07, 2017

Review: In ‘Bullet Head,' Adrien Brody, John Malkovich and an Angry Dog
Paul Solet''s endearingly lunkheaded thriller resembles 'Reservoir Dogs,' with an actual dog.

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Dec 07, 2017

Review: In ‘Hollow in the Land,' a Headstrong Woman's Search for Answers
When the brother of Dianna Agron''s character is accused of murder, it''s up to her to save him and their family reputation.

New York Times Movies
Dec 07, 2017

Review: ‘Quest' Is a Moving Portrait of an American Family
This documentary from Jonathan Olshefski follows a North Philadelphia family through the Obama years.

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

New York Times Co. Sues Weinstein Company Over Unpaid Bills
The Times said the film studio owed it $229,567.68, according to a complaint, for ads that featured films including 'Tulip Fever,' 'Wind River' and 'Leap!'

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

Review: ‘I, Tonya.' I, Punching Bag. I, Punch Line.
In this winking biopic, Margot Robbie plays the disgraced ice skater Tonya Harding.

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

Life Lessons: Fabulous Life Lessons From Gianni Agnelli
In the new documentary 'Agnelli,' the head of Fiat, who died in 2003, is revealed as that rare species of man: a fashionable playboy with gravitas.

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

The Best Performances of 2017
A critic shares his favorite moments, from Tina Fey''s sheet-cake meltdown to the NFL''s end zone celebrations to Betty Gabriel in 'Get Out.'

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

The NY Cat Film Festival Is Here. And No One's Allergic to Movies.
The festival, which has its premiere on Saturday, will tour the country with two programs of shorts devoted to the feline way of life.

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

The Carpetbagger: ‘I'd Never Seen My Fears as an African-American Man Onscreen'
Jordan Peele, writer-director of 'Get Out,' says his own concerns almost prevented it from being made. Now prize givers love it. Will the academy agree?

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

Sally Field to Publish Memoir in 2018
Grand Central Publishing has acquired the memoir, 'In Pieces,' by Ms. Field, the Academy Award-winning actress and star of films like 'Norma Rae.'

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

The Best Movies of 2017
Our chief film critics on their favorite pictures of the year.

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

2017 Was a Year of Reckoning in Hollywood. Will 2018 Be the Year of Change?
Our co-chief film critic hopes that sexual harassment scandals will make a difference. But she knows that bias against women is systemic.

New York Times Movies
Dec 06, 2017

Johnny Hallyday, the Elvis Presley of France, Is Dead at 74
Although he was little known outside France, Mr. Hallyday sold more than 100 million records and appeared on the cover of Paris Match dozens of times.

New York Times Movies
Dec 05, 2017

The Carpetbagger: How Syria's First Oscar Contender Eluded the Government
The director of 'Little Gandhi' worked with a cameraman via Skype, then had the footage smuggled out. Qualifying for the academy was another adventure.

New York Times Movies
Dec 05, 2017

We're Going to Need More Gabrielle Union
'I think the floodgates have opened for white women,' said the actress and rape survivor of the #MeToo movement, which coincided with her new memoir.

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Dec 05, 2017

John Oliver and Dustin Hoffman Spar Over Sexual Harassment Statement
Mr. Oliver, the HBO host, said at a panel discussion that Mr. Hoffman''s response to accusations of sexual misconduct felt like 'a cop-out' and 'a dismissal.'

New York Times Movies
Dec 05, 2017

John Oliver Grills Dustin Hoffman on Sexual Harassment Statement
Mr. Oliver, the HBO host, said at a panel discussion that Mr. Hoffman''s response to accusations of sexual misconduct felt like 'a cop-out' and 'a dismissal.'

New York Times Movies
Dec 05, 2017

Cineworld and Regal in Blockbuster Merger to Challenge AMC
The deal would give the combined entity more than 9,500 screens in the United States and Europe and allow it to better compete with the industry giant.

New York Times Movies
Dec 05, 2017

Review: ‘Bill Frisell,' a Winning Portrait of a Very Nice Guitarist
The director Emma Franz focuses on a musician who seems to never stop playing, featuring great collaborators of this 'no drama' artist.

New York Times Movies
Dec 04, 2017

Bryan Singer Fired From Queen Biopic
Production was halted after Thanksgiving because Mr. Singer failed to return to set. Now he has been fired.

New York Times Movies
Dec 04, 2017

The Carpetbagger: Kumail Nanjiani on How to Shut Down Racist Hecklers
The star and writer of 'The Big Sick' prepared responses in advance of standup sets. But the bigotry 'still flattens you,' he says.

New York Times Movies
Dec 04, 2017

Shashi Kapoor, Indian Film Star in '70s and '80s, Dies at 79
Mr. Kapoor, who appeared in scores of Hindi films as well as Merchant Ivory productions, broke a taboo in 1978 with an onscreen kiss.

New York Times Movies
Dec 04, 2017

Who Do You Ship? What Tumblr Tells Us About Fan Culture
Fan communities have long been invested in romance between characters in books and TV shows. Now, content creators have begun to respond to fans'' input.

New York Times Movies
Dec 04, 2017

What the Top Ships on Tumblr Tell Us About How Entertainment Is Changing
Fan communities have long been invested in romance between characters in books and TV shows. Now, content creators have begun to respond to fans'' input.

New York Times Movies
Dec 03, 2017

‘Coco' Tops Box Office Again in Quiet Week
'Coco' has passed $100 million in total grosses. 'The Disaster Artist' opened strong in limited release.

New York Times Movies
Dec 03, 2017

Bryan Singer's Absence Halts Filming of Queen Biopic
Mr. Singer, the director of 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' failed to return to the set after a Thanksgiving break, putting the movie back into limbo.

New York Times Movies
Dec 01, 2017

Encounters: Sebastian Stan Just Likes to Watch
The 35-year-old actor, who plays Jeff Gillooly in the new film 'I, Tonya,' visits the ice-skating rink at Rockefeller Center, but avoids the ice.

New York Times Movies
Dec 01, 2017

Acting Studios Are Struggling. Does It Matter?
Schools that trained actors like Robert De Niro and Jessica Lange are facing rising costs, competition from colleges, and shifting cultural attitudes.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Darkest Hour'
Joe Wright narrates a sequence from the film featuring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: In ‘The Disaster Artist,' How to Fail at Moviemaking
James Franco directs and stars in this fictionalized look at the making of 'The Room,' which fans call the worst movie ever made.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: ‘The Shape of Water' Is Altogether Wonderful
Guillermo del Toro''s latest film is an unlikely and lyrical love story, inspired by 'The Creature From the Black Lagoon.'

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: The Strange Tale of the ‘Voyeur' and the Journalist
This squirmy documentary follows the celebrated journalist Gay Talese''s infamous investigation of a motel owner who spied on guests.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

A Partner in the Mad Science of Documentary Making
Recruited to film Bedouin women in a Lebanese refugee camp when the male director was barred, a sculptor finds herself at the center of the project.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: ‘Wonder Wheel,' Woody Allen's Coney Island Memory Palace
Kate Winslet plays an unhappily married woman whose affair with a local Romeo is derailed when he falls for her stepdaughter.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: In ‘Sins of the Flesh,' One Prison Replaces Another
A drama about a prison escapee in hiding plays out against the backdrop of the 2011 demonstrations in Cairo''s Tahrir Square.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: In ‘The Other Side of Hope,' an Old-Fashioned Humanist Fable
Aki Kaurismaki''s bittersweet tale of displacement and solidarity has the feel (and anti-authoritarian politics) of a 1930s movie.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: Strong Performances Anchor ‘The Tribes of Palos Verdes'
Not even a move to a picture-perfect California paradise can buoy a troubled family.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: In ‘32 Pills,' a Filmmaker Investigates Her Sister's Death
Hope Litoff''s documentary becomes more voyeuristically gripping as it progresses.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: In ‘Love Beats Rhymes,' a Hip-Hop Artist Transformed by Poetry
The rap luminary RZA and the hip-hop musician Azealia Banks team up for a story of rap and poetry, 'Love Beats Rhymes.'

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: In ‘Loveless,' a Broken Family and a Lost Nation
The director Andrey Zvyagintsev transforms this tale of a missing child into a grim portrait of Russia today.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: ‘Big Time,' a Portrait of an Architect as Superstar
Kaspar Astrup Schröder''s profile of Bjarke Ingels, who designed the new Two World Trade Center and other buildings, doesn''t get far below the surface.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: ‘Rosa Chumbe' Offers Little Hope for Redemption
An alcoholic cop and her pregnant daughter are forced to reckon with their mistakes in this Peruvian drama.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: ‘Shadowman' Traces the Rise and Fall of an '80s Artist
Richard Hambleton, a peer of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring who went underground, was painting right up until his death this fall.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: ‘The Dancer,' a Glum Biopic for a Dynamic Innovator
The film, directed by Stéphanie Di Giusto, seems genuinely hostile to its subject, the dancer Loïe Fuller, whose real-life accomplishments deserve better.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Review: ‘The New Radical' Asks, Is It O.K. to Build Your Own Gun?
The documentary follows Cody Wilson, who published plans to create a gun using a 3-D printer.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Oscar Hunt: As Red Carpets Roll Out, Spotlight Stays on Harassment
As Hollywood begins its three-month awards season, some are wondering how the frothy celebrations will mesh with the industry upheaval over harassment.

New York Times Movies
Nov 30, 2017

Shadia, Egyptian Actress and Singer, Is Dead
Known for her silky and playful voice, she had roles in more than 100 movies and was part of what is considered a 'golden' age of Egyptian film.

New York Times Movies
Nov 29, 2017

New Trailer: ‘All the Money in the World,' Now With Christopher Plummer
The movie originally featured Kevin Spacey as J. Paul Getty. After sexual misconduct accusations against him, he was replaced and his scenes reshot.

New York Times Movies
Nov 29, 2017

New Trailer: ‘Mary Magdalene,' Starring Rooney Mara
The 2018 drama reteams the director of 'Lion' with that film''s co-star to tell the biblical story of Jesus'' follower.

New York Times Movies
Nov 29, 2017

Rewind: Erotic Energy Restored: ‘Women in Love,' With Sex in Their Heads
D.H. Lawrence''s novel challenged Victorian sex notions; Ken Russell''s movie version, newly restored, defied Hollywood''s.

New York Times Movies
Nov 29, 2017

Sundance Film Festival 2018: 6 Films to Know
Directing debuts by Idris Elba. Documentaries on Gloria Allred and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The 2018 Sundance Film Festival feature lineup is here.

New York Times Movies
Nov 29, 2017

The Carpetbagger: How Can the Oscars Celebrate in Weinstein's Long Shadow?
By acknowledging women who have survived sexual harassment and worse, the academy could address the questions swirling around the ceremony.

New York Times Movies
Nov 29, 2017

The Carpetbagger: Let's Give Weinstein's Victims the Spotlight on Oscar Night
By acknowledging women who have survived sexual harassment and worse, the academy could address the questions swirling around the ceremony.

New York Times Movies
Nov 29, 2017

Ken Shapiro, Whose ‘Groove Tube' Satirized TV, Dies at 75
Mr. Shapiro''s film, with a cast that included Chevy Chase, anticipated 'Saturday Night Live' by a year. But he stopped making movies before he turned 40.

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