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Nov 12, 2018

‘Pokemon Detective Pikachu': Hear Ryan Reynolds Voice Pikachu in First Trailer
Bill Nighy, Chris Geere, Rita Ora also involved in upcoming live-action movie

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 12, 2018

Stan Lee, Creator of Marvel Universe, Dead at 95
Writer, editor and comics publisher - who helped bring Spider-Man, X-Men, the Avengers to life - was one of the greatest pop-culture creators of his era

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 12, 2018

‘Green Book' Review: Odd-Couple Dramedy Is Timely Feel-Good Movie
African-American musician and his Italian-American driver tour 1960's South in true story of race, class and redemption

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 12, 2018

Woody Meets Forky in First ‘Toy Story 4' Teaser Trailer
Disposable utensil-turned-art project voiced by 'Veep' actor Tony Hale joins 'Toy Story' gang in June 2019 installment of beloved Pixar franchise

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 12, 2018

Douglas Rain, Voice of HAL 9000 in ‘2001: A Space Odyssey,' Dead at 90
"Douglas shared many of the same qualities as Kubrick's iconic creation: precision, strength of steel, enigma and infinite intelligence, as well as a wicked sense of humor"

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 10, 2018

Trailers of the Week: ‘Lost' Aretha Franklin Movie, New Coens, ‘True Detective'
From a look at the new season of HBO's pulp-crime anthology to a peek at what could be the greatest music doc ever — your best-in-trailers round-up

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 09, 2018

Revisiting Hours: Won't You Be My Neighbor — ‘The People Under the Stairs'
Looking back at Wes Craven's 1991 gimp suits & gentrification horror movie about fundamentalists keeping kids in cages

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 08, 2018

The First Time With Claire Foy
The actress opens up about her love of Bruce Springsteen and more in our exclusive video

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 08, 2018

‘The Grinch' Review: You're a Mediocre One, Mr. Grinch
New animated take on the Dr. Seuss classic — featuring Benedict Cumberbatch — won't make you green with envy

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 08, 2018

‘Overlord' Review: Your Basic WWII Soldiers vs. Nazi Super-Zombies Blockbuster
J.J. Abrams-produced mash-up of men-on-a-mission adventures and monster movies feels like several throwbacks in one

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 08, 2018

Rufus Wainwright and Sarah Jessica Parker on Musical Collaboration for ‘Here and Now'
To play a singer in her latest movie, SJP needed an original song — so she called on an old friend. The pair reveal how 'Unfollow the Rules' came together

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 08, 2018

‘Outlaw King' Review: Bloody Epic Proves Chris Pine Is Brave of Heart
Historical epic about Scottish independence brings on the blood, mud and broadswords — and a strong performance from its leading man

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 07, 2018

‘The Girl in the Spider's Web' Review: Claire Foy Is Ready to Kick Your Ass
'The Crown' actress steps into the role of 'Dragon Tattoo' avenging angel Lisbeth Salander and completely makes it her own

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 06, 2018

Wyatt Russell: Meet 2018's Hot Nazi-Fighting Beach Bum Hero
How a pro-hockey-playing son of Hollywood royalty scored the lead roles in a quirky cable dramedy and a monster-movie blockbuster this fall

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 06, 2018

Gary Busey Wants to Help You Go to Sleep. Let Him
We asked the veteran actor and 'Buseyisms' author to record an ASMR video. This is what happened

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 06, 2018

‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs' Review: Go West, Coen Brothers
The filmmakers drop their patented irony into this Western anthology movie about gunfighters, gold diggers and frontier fatalism

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 05, 2018

‘The Front Runner' Review: Rewind to the Moment That Politics Went Tabloid
Jason Reitman's drama revisits the moment when presidential hopeful Gary Hart's adultery became a national affair

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 05, 2018

Watch Coen Brothers' Quirky Western ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs' Trailer
Saloon standoff highlights darkly comic clip for anthology Netflix film

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 03, 2018

‘The Color Purple' Broadway Musical Eyes Big Screen Adaptation
Quincy Jones, Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg serve as producers on film revolving around Tony-winning musical

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 02, 2018

‘A Private War' Review: A Reporter's Life in Hot Spots and Combat Zones
Recounting of the life and times of famed war correspondent Marie Colvin is still a biopic, albeit an unusually urgent one

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 02, 2018

The First Time With Zoe Kravitz
The Rolling Stone cover star and talks about being starstruck by the Spice Girls at the […]

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 02, 2018

Revisiting Hours: Patriot Acts, PreCrime and ‘Minority Report'
This week's 'Revisiting Hours' streaming column looks back at Steven Speilberg's prescient, trust-no-one blockbuster

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 02, 2018

‘Searching for Ingmar Bergman' Review: One Filmmaker Pays Tribute to Another
Margarethe von Trotta remembers the first time she saw it. It was the early Sixties, and […]

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 01, 2018

‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms' Review: Tchaikovsky Is Rolling In His Grave
This wretched attempt to turn the famous fairy tale/ballet into a blockbuster gives a bad name to family entertainment

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 01, 2018

‘Maria By Callas' Is the Encore the Legendary Diva Demands
An intimate, unabashedly reverential new documentary lets larger-than-life opera star Maria Callas tell her story in her own voice

Rolling Stone Movie News
Nov 01, 2018

‘Bodied' Review: Battle-Rap Comedy Fights P.C. Culture to a Draw
Comedy about white academic immersed in battle-rap culture is a major rush — and a huge missed opportunity

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 31, 2018

Nicolas Cage on Why His First Superhero Costume Did Not Go Well
'Mandy' actor reflects on traumatic Halloween as Batman

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 31, 2018

Samuel L. Jackson on His Return to the ‘Unbreakable' Universe in ‘Glass'
Jackson explains why the surprise return of the 'Unbreakable' franchise was a surprise to him as well

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 31, 2018

‘The Other Side of the Wind' Review: All's Welles That Ends Welles
Orson Welles' legendary unfinished film is finally complete — and proves he's still ahead of his time

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 31, 2018

Tilda Swinton on Tilda Swinton: Breaking Down 8 Roles
From her work with Derek Jarman to her double turn in 'Suspiria,' the actor explains the creative process behind some of her best-known movies

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 31, 2018

‘Candyman': Why This Racially Charged Horror Movie Is Scarier Than Ever
Bernard Rose's 1992 cult movie about an urban-legend bogeyman feels like a completely different movie in 2018

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 30, 2018

Which Witch Is Which: In Praise of the Original ‘Suspiria'
As Luca Guadagnino's remake goes into wide release, a look back at Dario Argento's 1977 surreal Technicolor nightmare

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 30, 2018

‘Boy Erased' Review: A Heartfelt Portrait of a Teen's Struggle With His Sexuality
Lucas Hedges shines alongside Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe in this harrowing real-life tale of a gay teen whose parents send him to conversion therapy

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 30, 2018

Ava DuVernay Working on Prince Documentary for Netflix
"He shattered every preconceived notion, smashed every boundary, shared everything in his heart through his music," producer-director says

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 30, 2018

‘Bohemian Rhapsody' Review: Rami Malek Will Rock You
Biopic on flamboyant, unforgettable Queen frontman has its share of flaws — but the star's take on Freddie Mercury saves the day

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 29, 2018

Best Movies to See in Nov.: ‘Creed II,' Oscar Hopefuls, Queen Biopic
From a slew of prestige pics to WWII zombie Nazis and Michael B. Jordan back in the ring, what to see this month

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 29, 2018

Zoe Kravitz: American Woman
Zoë Kravitz grew up a flower child in the canyons of L.A. with her actress mom and a wild child in Miami and beyond with her rock-star dad. But she's making her own way to the top

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 28, 2018

Why Zoe Kravitz Wanted to Be Naked on the Cover of Rolling Stone
The daughter of Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz joins Rolling Stone family

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 27, 2018

Trailers of the Week: ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,' ‘Bird Box,' ‘Vox Lux'
This week: It's an early look at Netflix's dystopic drama du jour starring Sandra Bullock; teasers […]

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 26, 2018

‘Viper Club' Review: A Kinder, Gentler Desperate-Mother Melodrama
Susan Sarandon's story of a mom searching for her war-journalist son is a superior arthouse model of a Lifetime movie

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 26, 2018

Revisiting Hours: ‘God Told Me To,' From Mass Murder to Divine Madness
For the Halloween edition: Noel Murray looks back at one of the most unnerving, unforgettable horror/sci-fi movies of the Seventies

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 25, 2018

‘Clueless' Movie Remake in the Works
'Girls Trip' writer Tracy Oliver tapped to produce new take on Nineties comedy

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 25, 2018

‘London Fields' Review: A Woman, Three Men and One Massive Turd of a Movie
Martin Amis's Nineties nihilism-chic novel comes to the screen, and it is worse than you can imagine

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 25, 2018

Watch Natalie Portman Play Pop Iconoclast in Mesmerizing ‘Vox Lux' Trailer
Brady Corbet-directed film to open this December

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 25, 2018

‘Monrovia, Indiana' Review: Small Town U.S.A., Frederick Wiseman Style
Legendary documentarian turns his camera on pro-gun, pro-God Midwestern town and gives us a snapshot of 2018 Americana

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 25, 2018

Watch Freddie Mercury Stun Fans, Silence Critics in Final ‘Bohemian Rhapsody' Trailer
Rami Malek stars as legendary frontman in upcoming Queen biopic

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 24, 2018

Sandra Bullock Can't Trust Her Own Eyes in Tense ‘Bird Box' Trailer
Netflix thriller revolves around post-apocalyptic world where "mysterious force" drives people to madness and suicide

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 24, 2018

‘Burning' Review: Love Triangles, Class Envy Fuel Three-Alarm Thriller
South Korean filmmaker Lee Chang-dong delivers a knockout with story of two men, a woman and a missing-person mystery

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 24, 2018

‘Suspiria' Review: Horror Remake Is Mesmerizing, Maddening and a Mess
Luca Guadagnino's remake of the Italian-horror landmark gives us a totemic Tilda Swinton — and too much subtext

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 23, 2018

Watch Weinstein Accusers Speak Out in Powerful Trailer for ‘The Reckoning'
New #MeToo documentary set to arrive this November

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 23, 2018

‘Shirkers' Review: Autopsy of Long-Lost Film Project Is One Personal Exorcism
Sandi Tan's sui generis documentary chronicles the making of a lost indie cult movie — and revenge on the man who took it from its creators

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 22, 2018

The First Commandment of Tom Hanks: ‘Excel at Your Life's Work'
In his new book about "America's most decent guy," author Gavin Edwards shares the actor's "10 commandments"

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 22, 2018

Why the New ‘Halloween' Is the Final Word on the Series
Laurie Strode has been to hell and back time and again over the past 40 years, but the new sequel finally gets her legacy right

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 21, 2018

‘Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle' Director Danny Leiner Dead at 57
TV and film director also helmed stoner comedy 'Dude, Where's My Car?'

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 21, 2018

Selma Blair Reveals Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis
"I am a forthcoming person and I want my life to be full somehow," actress writes

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 20, 2018

Trailers of the Week: ‘Black Monday,' ‘Miss Bala,' ‘Destroyer'
From Nicole Kidman getting gritty to Gina Rodriguez in female-action hero mode — your best-of-the-week trailers round-up

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 19, 2018

Revisiting Hours: ‘Lost in America,' The Great American Economic Horror Movie
A look back at Albert Brooks' 1985 masterpiece about yuppies, the open road and an American Dream curdling into a Reagan-era nightmare

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 18, 2018

‘What They Had' Review: Tender Family Story Is No Disease-of-the-Week Melodrama
A-list cast turn story of elderly mother suffering from Alzheimer's into a touching, poignant story of the ties that bind

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 18, 2018

‘The Guilty' Review: First-Time Caller, Longtime Cop-vs.-Kidnapper Thriller
Danish nerve-jangler pits a cop working a 911-dispatch beat in a race against time — while never leaving the room

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 18, 2018

The Devil and Jamie Lee Curtis
As she reprises her role in 'Halloween,' the actress reflects on what Laurie Strode and Michael Myers mean today

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 17, 2018

The First Time with Nicolas Cage
‘Mandy' actor loves Electric Light Orchestra record art, aquariums and champagne paired with Kentucky Fried Chicken

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 17, 2018

5 Things We Learned From Paul Butterfield Doc ‘Horn From the Heart'
From cutting his teeth in the Chicago blues scene to nabbing one of Dylan's best sidemen, our takeaways from new doc on legendary bandleader

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 17, 2018

‘Wildlife' Review: A Woman on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
Carrie Mulligan gives a career-best performance in actor-turned-director Paul Dano's scathing, sharp familial melodrama

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 17, 2018

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?' Review: Melissa McCarthy's a Forger Who's the Real Thing
The comedian gets sharp-tongued and serious as Lee Israel, a biographer who became a first-rate literary-correspondence faker

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 17, 2018

Nicole Kidman Plays Brooding Detective in ‘Destroyer' Trailer
Actress stars as LAPD investigator in Karyn Kusama-helmed crime-thriller

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 16, 2018

‘Mid90s' Review: Jonah Hill's Skaterat Coming-of-Age Movie
Actor's directorial debut rewinds back to Clinton-era L.A., where a young kid gets an education in sex, drugs and skaterat culture

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 16, 2018

‘Halloween' Review: A Slasher-Movie Reboot for the #MeToo Era
Jamie Lee Curtis and director David Gordon Green gives us the one true sequel to the gamechanging 1978 original

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 16, 2018

Paul Greengrass: Why I Needed to Make '22 July'
The director and lead actor discuss the moral responsibility of making a movie about a real-life atrocity — and why it was urgent to tell the story of the 2011 Norway attacks right now

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 15, 2018

Claire Foy Is the Queen of Pain
The Emmy-winning star of 'The Crown' talks about digging deep to play Neil Armstrong's wife in the biopic 'First Man' and Lisbeth Salander in next month's 'Girl in the Spider's Web'

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 13, 2018

Trailers of the Week: ‘Pet Sematary,' ‘Aladdin,' ‘Glass'
From an early look at a trio of big-name 2019 movies to the next chapter of 'Making a Murderer' — your trailer round-up for the week

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 12, 2018

‘Watergate' Review: Near-Definitive Doc Looks at Granddaddy of POTUS Scandals
Here's how it's worked, the traditional go-to method for diving down the barrel of the smoking […]

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 12, 2018

Disney's ‘Aladdin': Preview Sleek Live-Action Adaptation
Director Guy Ritchie's version of the animated classic stars Will Smith, Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 12, 2018

‘The Kindergarten Teacher': Maggie Gyllenhaal Peaks in Poetry Prodigy Drama
Remake of Israeli film hands the actor the plum role of a woman who discovers a child prodigy — and becomes obsessed with his talent

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 11, 2018

‘The Happy Prince' Review: A Wilde and Crazy Guy
Director-actor Rupert Everett tackles Oscar Wilde in his later years, and proves this was the role he was born to play

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 11, 2018

‘Thunder Road' Review: A Cop, A Character Study, An Instant Classic
Writer-director-actor Jim Cummings' tale of a policeman on the verge of a nervous breakdown introduces a major talent — and is the indie film you need to see this year

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 11, 2018

‘Private Life' Director Tamara Jenkins Always Looks on the Bright Side
The writer-director's latest work tackles a touchy subject — infertility — with sharp humor and deep empathy. She discusses the inspiration and meticulous process behind her first film in 11 years

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 11, 2018

‘Bad Times at the El Royale' Review: Retro Star-Studded Goof's Quite the Gamble
An A-list cast spices up story of mysterious travelers, old-school Vegas hotel and some serious WTF turns

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 11, 2018

‘Beautiful Boy': Carell, Chalamet Star in Gut-Wrenching Addiction Drama
Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet star as father and son in this powerful drug-addiction drama based on true stories

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 10, 2018

Paul Greengrass Shakes You to the Core With Domestic Terrorism Tale '22 July'
Director's latest docudrama re-enacts the 2011 massacre in Norway with chilling accuracy — but it stumbles when revisiting the details of the aftermath

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 10, 2018

‘The Oath' Review: What's Worse, Hellish Dystopias or Family Holiday Dinners?
Writer-director-star Ike Barinholtz's dark comedy about citizen loyalty oaths and toxic partisan discourse starts as a satire and turns into a sinkhole

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 10, 2018

‘Pet Sematary': Watch Bone-Chilling First Trailer of Stephen King Remake
Beloved horror novel receives new big-screen adaptation starring Jason Clarke, John Lithgow and Amy Seimetz

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 10, 2018

‘First Man' Review: Neil Armstrong Biopic Brings a Hero Back to Earth
'La La Land' duo Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling don't give us a flag-waving hero but a human being — and that makes all the difference

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 08, 2018

Why Is ‘A Star Is Born' So Indestructible?
How this tried-and-true story of a man, a woman, a tragedy and show business has managed to keep evolving without ever changing

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 08, 2018

Watch Jamie Lee Curtis Talk ‘Halloween,' Trauma in Conversation at 92Y
"We're talking about this movie that actually, at its core, is about trauma, and trying to put a real face on horrific trauma," actress says of "direct sequel" to horror classic

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 08, 2018

Sarah Jessica Parker Plays Jazz Singer in Crisis in ‘Here and Now' Trailer
Simon Baker, Common, Jacqueline Bisset, Renée Zellweger co-star in film drama

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 06, 2018

Trailers of the Week: ‘Rocketman,' ‘Vice,' New ‘Daredevil' Season
From our first glimpse at next year's Elton John biopic to the introduction "Spider-Ham" — your best-trailer roundup

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 05, 2018

‘The Hate U Give' Screenwriter Audrey Wells Dies Day Before Film's Release
Prolific screenwriter who also penned 'The Truth About Cats and Dogs' and 'Under the Tuscan Sun' dies after long cancer battle

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 05, 2018

Revisiting Hours: ‘Confessions of a Dangerous Mind' and the Dick Biopic
In this week's column: Craig Lindsey on how George Clooney's 2002 comedy about Chuck Barris's "secret" life as a C.I.A. hit man is a portrait of an artist as a complete asshole

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 05, 2018

‘Venom': Everything You Need to Know About the Marvel Antihero
From alien costume to movie star — your quick primer on the latest Marvel character to get his own solo feature

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 05, 2018

‘Private Life' Review: Laughter, Tears, Great Actors and the Infertility Blues
Paul Giamatti, Kathryn Hahn and writer-director Tamara Jenkins turn this dramedy about a middle-aged couple trying to conceive into a bittersweet symphony

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 05, 2018

‘Studio 54': A Taste of Sex, Drugs and Steve Rubell's Hedonism in New Doc
For his latest revealing documentary, director Matt Tyrnauer takes on the legendary den of debauchery

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 05, 2018

Why ‘Sympathy for the Devil' Is Still an Essential Rolling Stones Movie
Revisiting Godard's chaotic, controversial "documentary" of the band recording a classic song as a new 50th anniversary restoration hits shelves

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 04, 2018

Watch Clint Eastwood Dodge DEA in Tense Trailer for ‘The Mule'
Actor-director plays drug-smuggling 80-year-old in second film of 2018

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 04, 2018

A Candid Conversation with Sissy Spacek
The actor talks about her new film 'The Old Man & the Gun,' her solo 'Castle Rock' episode, 'Carrie' fandom, Seventies filmmaking and much, much more

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 04, 2018

Amandla Stenberg Shines in Hard-Hitting ‘The Hate U Give'
A police shooting forces a teen to reckon with racism in this exceptional adaptation of Angie Thomas' young-adult bestseller

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 03, 2018

Jon Stewart to Direct Political Satire ‘Irresistible'
Film based on original idea by former 'The Daily Show' host

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 03, 2018

‘Venom' Review: This Mess of a Marvel Supervillain Movie Bites
Not even Tom Hardy can save this attempt to combine a dark super-antihero story and 'Deadpool'-style shenanigans

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 03, 2018

‘Vice' Trailer: See Christian Bale as ‘Ruthless' Dick Cheney
Adam McKay's new film dramatizes the behind-the-scenes power dynamics of the Bush presidency

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 02, 2018

We're Living in a Golden Age of Music Documentaries: Five Breakdowns
How a quartet of different movies released in the last month — and one hitting theaters this Friday — are contributing to the Era of Peak Music Doc

Rolling Stone Movie News
Oct 02, 2018

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Trailer: Meet Miles Morales, More Spider-People
Animated film places Spider-Men, Spider-Gwen, Spider-Ham and more into one universe

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