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Sep 24, 2021

Janet Jackson Documentary Offers Fans Honest and Unfiltered Look at Jackson's Story
Janet Jackson is something of a paradox. She's one of the biggest pop stars on the […]

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 23, 2021

Chris Pratt to Voice Iconic Mustachioed Plumber Mario
All-star Super Mario Bros. voice cast includes Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Day, Jack Black, and Seth Rogen

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 23, 2021

‘The Card Counter' Plays the Hand Its Dealt in Paul Schrader's Moral Universe
Oscar Isaac's mysterious poker player is the latest in a series of solitary, demon-plagued men the writer-director has brought to the screen

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 23, 2021

Kristen Stewart's Princess Diana Struggles to Fit in Royal Family in ‘Spencer' Trailer
Following its Venice Film Festival premiere, biopic arrives in theaters on November 5th

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 23, 2021

Why Do People Hate the ‘Dear Evan Hansen' Movie So Much?
The adaptation of the Tony-winning Broadway musical and its star have been raked over the coals since the first trailer appeared — yet the end result is painfully true to the spirit of the play

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 22, 2021

Melvin Van Peebles, ‘Sweet Sweetback's Baadassss Song' Director, Dead at 89
"Dad knew that Black images matter," Van Peebles' son and actor Mario Van Peebles said. "If a picture is worth a thousand words, what was a movie worth?"

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 22, 2021

Johnny Depp Complains About Cancel Culture Before Accepting Major Film Fest Award
"It's not just me this has happened to," Depp said before being recognized with the Donostia Award at the San Sebastián International Film Festival

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 22, 2021

Vampires Rule the L.A. Party Scene in First Trailer for ‘Night Teeth'
"On the one hand, you have a rich, dangerous, detailed underworld of vampire crime families, gang wars, power and money… and then on the other this kid who is completely out of his element," director Adam Randall says

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 21, 2021

‘The Tragedy of Macbeth' Trailer: ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes' for Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand
Joel Coen-directed Shakespeare adaptation arrives in theaters in December

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 20, 2021

Tom Hanks, a Dog, and a Robot Navigate a Totally Scorched Earth in New ‘Finch' Trailer
Post-apocalyptic adventure film will arrive on Apple TV in November

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 18, 2021

10 Best Movies at Toronto International Film Festival 2021
From a black-and-white semi-memoir from Kenneth Branagh to an African drama about women's rights — these were the TIFF films that had us buzzing throughout the fest

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 17, 2021

‘Cry Macho': A Clint Eastwood Movie That Shoots Right to the Heart
The star-director plays with familiar tropes as a cowboy in his twilight, but delivers a surprising emotional payoff

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 17, 2021

‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye': Jessica Chastain Will Have You Crying ‘Holy Sh-t'
She's the only reason to see this biopic of the disgraced televangelist and LGBTQ icon — but it's a blessed enough reason to see it

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 16, 2021

The Rise and Fall (Season) of Benedict Cumberbatch
From the Venice premiere of his dark-shaded Western to the whimsy of an eccentric's biopic playing in Toronto, this has turned into a festival year filled with Benediction

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 15, 2021

‘West Side Story' Trailer: It's Insta-Love for Rachel Zegler and Ansel Elgort in Steven Spielberg's Latest
Postponed a year due to Covid, cinematic remake of the Broadway classic arrives in theaters December 10th

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 14, 2021

We Have Seen Next Year's Big Oscar Winner, and It Is ‘Belfast'
After early buzz and a rapturous screening at the Toronto International Film Festival, Kenneth Branagh's sentimental memory piece about growing up in Ireland suddenly feels like a contender

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 13, 2021

Olivia Wilde Teases Florence Pugh, Harry Styles-Led Film ‘Don't Worry Darling'
Star-studded feature will be released next year

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 11, 2021

Why '25th Hour' Is the Only 9/11 Movie That Still Matters
Twenty years after the towers fell, Spike Lee's drama feels like the rare film that actually got the feeling around that horrible day and its aftermath right

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 09, 2021

‘Halloween Kills' Will Invade Homes and Theaters on the Same Day
Sequel to "direct sequel" to John Carpenter's 1978 classic finally arrives October 22nd following year-long Covid postponement

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 09, 2021

‘Pharma Bro' Doc Trailer Examines Martin Shkreli's Rise to Infamy
New film directed by Brent Hodge will arrive in October

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 09, 2021

Michael Constantine, Patriarch in ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding,' Dead at 94
Actor won an Emmy for his role as school principal in Room 222

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 09, 2021

20 Movies We Can't Wait to See at Toronto 2021
From an Afro-experimental musical to an Alanis Morissette doc to Benedict Cumberbatch playing a 19th-century cat lover — our picks for what to catch at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 09, 2021

All in the Family: Meet the Stars of the ‘The Many Saints of Newark'
The ‘Sopranos' prequel film features familiar faces as well as Hollywood newcomers — we interviewed them all for our digital-cover special feature

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 09, 2021

‘The Matrix Resurrections' Trailer: Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss Reacquaint in Blue Pill World
Neo and Trinity meet in the simulated reality of the Matrix, but the truth is just a red pill away

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 08, 2021

Jonathan Majors Honors Michael K. Williams: ‘A Man Who Put Others Ahead of Himself at Every Turn'
The two actors worked together on the mini-series When We Rise, as well as Lovecraft Country

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 08, 2021

‘The Many Saints of Newark' Trailer: Alessandro Nivola, Ray Liotta Talk Deadly ‘Good Deed'
Violence erupts in second clip from Sopranos prequel

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 08, 2021

Jon Bernthal's Family Values
The 'Many Saints of Newark' star talks about playing Johnny Boy Soprano, the legacy of James Gandolfini, and the ties that bind fathers and sons

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 07, 2021

‘The Matrix Resurrections' Drops New Red Pill, Blue Pill Teasers
First full trailer for long-awaited film will arrive September 9th

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 07, 2021

‘Justin Bieber: Our World' Documentary to Premiere on Amazon Prime
"This film documents an intense and exciting time, preparing for a return to the stage during this season of real uncertainty," singer says

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 07, 2021

Corey Stoll's Killer Instincts
The 'Many Saints of Newark' actor talks playing Uncle Junior, being drawn to tragic villains, not singing in Steven Spielberg's 'West Side Story' remake, and more

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 06, 2021

Michael K. Williams, ‘The Wire' and ‘Boardwalk Empire' Star, Dead at 54
Celebrated actor who also appeared in Lovecraft County found dead inside his Brooklyn home

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 06, 2021

French New Wave Actor Jean-Paul Belmondo Dead at 88
The actor was best known for Godard's Breathless

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 06, 2021

50 Movies You Need to See This Fall
From Marvel superhero epics to Broadway musicals, 'Dune' to a gamechanging Beatles doc — here's what's coming to a theater (or streaming service) near you through the end of 2021

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 06, 2021

The Baddest Mother in the Game
'The Many Saints of Newark' star Vera Farmiga talks about climbing inside the mind of Livia Soprano, bonding with Michael Gandolfini, and more

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 05, 2021

Zen and the Art of the Tough Guy
'The Many Saints of Newark' star Ray Liotta on surviving 40 years in Hollywood, being typecast as a heavy, and what he learned from daytime soaps

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 04, 2021

Is Shang-Chi on Disney ? Here's How to Stream the Asian Marvel Superhero Film Online Free
The only way to watch 'Shang-Chi' right now is by purchasing tickets to see the Asian superhero flick in theaters. Still, you may be able to watch 'Shang-Chi' online sooner than you think

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 04, 2021

‘Dune,' ‘Spencer' Turn Venice Film Festival Into Center of Red-Carpet Universe
A one-two punch of star power, dual premieres of highly anticipated fall movies and massive (and masked) crowds gave the Italian film festival its first big flashpoint moment of this year's edition

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 04, 2021

Leslie Odom Jr. Fights the Power
The 'Many Saints of Newark' actor talks about his top-secret audition, working with David Chase, and bringing a Black gangster into the 'Sopranos' world

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 03, 2021

‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings': A Fresh Take on the Origin Story Trope
The latest Marvel movie tells a cross-generational, culture-forward superhero tale with style, grace, and plenty of ass-kicking action

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 03, 2021

Michael Gandolfini Joins the Family Business
With 'The Many Saints of Newark,' the actor steps into his father James' shoes as a young version of Tony Soprano

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 03, 2021

Watch Kenneth Branagh Flashback to 1969 in ‘Belfast' Trailer
The film stars Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench and Jamie Dornan

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 02, 2021

Buffalo Bill's House From ‘Silence of the Lambs' Opens for Overnight Guests
Boutique accommodation includes "a full-length mirror and Buffalo Bill-style kimono for our guests' use, designed to help fans get ‘in the mood' to live out their Buffalo Bill fantasies"

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 02, 2021

How Alessandro Nivola Got Made
The star of 'The Many Saints of Newark' has been grinding it out in Hollywood for 25 years — finally, he's poised to break big

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 01, 2021

How to Watch Camila Cabello's ‘Cinderella' on Amazon Prime for Free
The musical fairytale, which also stars Billy Porter, James Corden and Idina Menzel, is streaming free on Amazon Prime Video

Rolling Stone Movie News
Sep 01, 2021

Don't Stop Believin': Inside the Making of ‘The Many Saints of Newark'
The 'Sopranos' prequel's stars, director, crew, and writers — including David Chase — reveal how the film came together nearly 15 years after the landmark series concluded

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 30, 2021

15 Movies We Can't Wait to See at Venice Film Festival 2021
From 'Dune' to a Led Zeppelin documentary — a quick breakdown of this year's festival highlights

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 26, 2021

‘Candyman': Yes, This Remake Is Brutal and Timely. But It Also Overreaches for Relevance
Director Nia DaCosta's version — starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Teyonah Parris — is too aware of the legacy (and ironies) of its predecessor's premise

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 26, 2021

Kristen Stewart Debuts as Princess Diana in New Teaser for ‘Spencer'
Pablo Larraín's film about a pivotal 1991 Christmas for the Royal Family will arrive in November

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 25, 2021

‘I Had a Lot of Parallels to Her Life': Dylan Penn on ‘Flag Day' and Acting for Her Dad
"I never thought in a million years I'd want to act," says the breakout star of the father-daughter drama

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 24, 2021

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II: How a Son of Oakland Became Hollywood's New Prince
The 'Candyman' star left the Bay Area to be an architect — just a few years later, he's become a movie star

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 24, 2021

Yahya Abdul-Mateen: How a Son of Oakland Became Hollywood's New Prince
The 'Candyman' star left the Bay Area to be an architect — just a few years later, he's become a movie star

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 24, 2021

Spider-Man Breaks the Multiverse in New Trailer for ‘No Way Home'
New film stars Tom Holland and Zendaya, while Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx will reprise their roles as villains from old Spidey flicks

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 24, 2021

Watch Penélope Cruz Explore Motherhood in ‘Parallel Mothers' Trailer
The film is the latest from director Pedro Almodóvar

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 23, 2021

Critic's Pick: ‘The Night House' Turns a Ghost Story Into Chic Grief Therapy
It also gives Rebecca Hall a great role, makes the most of its 'Architectural Digest'-worthy setting and takes some intriguing left turns

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 21, 2021

‘Barton Fink' at 30: Why the Coen Brothers' Movie Is a Masterpiece
How the Coen brothers took a jab at Old Hollywood to get out of a potential writers' block and produced one of their most enigmatic, enduring movies

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 19, 2021

The Rolling Stone Interview: David Chase
The 'Sopranos' creator talks about his prequel film 'The Many Saints of Newark,' watching Michael Gandolfini play Tony, the series' legacy, and whether there's another 'Sopranos' story to come

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 19, 2021

Sonny Chiba, Martial Arts Star and ‘Kill Bill' Actor, Dead at 82 of Covid Complications
An action star in his native Japan with over 200 films, Chiba died from pneumonia related to Covid-19

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 19, 2021

‘Reminiscence': Who Wants a Trip Down Sci-Fi Memory Lane?
Hugh Jackman is a man who lets people relive their memories — and gets caught up in chasing his own past — in this forgettable mix of detective pulp, dystopic science fiction and dead ends

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 18, 2021

How True Is ‘Respect'? Fact-Checking the Aretha Franklin Biopic
No, Jerry Wexler wasn't the one to dub her "the Queen of Soul" — and a few other things the new movie about the life and career of the legendary singer gets wrong

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 17, 2021

New Bob Ross Doc Trailer Hints at Darkness Behind Those ‘Happy Little Trees'
Short clip offers no details about what's in store from the new film, Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal and Greed

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 17, 2021

Watch John Malkovich Outlive a Pandemic in ‘The Survivalist' Trailer
Film also stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 16, 2021

John David Washington Is a Regular Man on the Run in ‘Beckett'
A thriller from director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino that risks the ridiculous while it veers into unexpected terrain

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 16, 2021

Johnny Depp Claims Hollywood Is Boycotting Him After Abuse Allegations, Libel Suit Loss
Actor gives first interview since losing suit to U.K. paper that referred to him as a "wife beater" in article

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 16, 2021

Spike Lee Explores NYC's Reaction to 9/11, Covid-19 in HBO Doc Series
NYC Epicenters 9/11?2021½ features Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, John Turturro, Rosie Perez, Jon Stewart, Steve Buscemi, and more

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 14, 2021

‘Homeroom' Examines a Tumultuous, Unpredictable Senior Year
The third entry in director Peter Nicks's "Oakland trilogy" focuses on the traumas and triumphs of Oakland High School's class of 2020

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 13, 2021

‘Respect': Aretha's Music Carries This Biopic
A biopic of the Queen was never going to satisfy everyone — but Jennifer Hudson captures the power of Franklin's songs

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 13, 2021

‘CODA' is Every Single Sundance Movie Rolled Into One
This year's festival prizewinner finally comes to the general public, courtesy of Apple — and it's the type of feel-good movie that leaves you both uplifted and exhausted

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 13, 2021

‘Free Guy': Welcome to ‘Ryan Reynolds Player One'
The 'Deadpool' star is the only reason to see this story of video games, nice guys finishing first and the evils of corporate I.P. obsessions — but you knew that already

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 12, 2021

‘David Byrne's American Utopia' to Make Its One-Night Movie Theater Debut
Lee-directed film will screen nationwide on September 15th

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 12, 2021

Shia LeBeouf to Play Saint in Abel Ferrara Film After Sexual Abuse Allegations
Actor, accused of abuse in lawsuit by former girlfriend FKA Twigs, is headed back to the movies

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 12, 2021

See RZA, Sophia Bush, Michael Dorman Star in Trailer for Todd Snider-Inspired Film ‘Hard Luck Love Song'
"I lived that song and the movie recaptures it, and then some," Snider tells Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 11, 2021

Films Nerds Take Note: ‘Citizen Kane' Is Getting a 4K Ultra HD Release
Menace II Society, The Piano, A Hard Day's Night among upcoming titles in Criterion Collection's upcoming rollout

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 11, 2021

Instagram Apologizes After Banning Pedro Almodóvar Movie Poster Over Nipple Artwork
"A company like Instagram tells me my work is dangerous, that people shouldn't see it, that it's pornographic," artist Javier Jaén says of temporarily banned artwork

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 11, 2021

50 Best Action Movies of All Time
From bullet ballets to sci-fi epics, kung fu classics to superhero adventures — the greatest big-screen adrenaline rushes ever

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 10, 2021

New York Film Festival Announces Main Slate With Coen, Almodóvar Premieres
Running from September 24th through October 10th, the fest offers 32 films from 31 countries

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 09, 2021

Bam Margera Sues ‘Jackass Forever' Team Over Wrongful Termination
Axed star alleges he was subjected to "discriminatory treatment" via "Wellness Agreement"

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 09, 2021

Is ‘The Viewing Booth' the Best Documentary of the Year?
An experiment in how we watch — and the difference in what people see even when we're watching the same thing — gives us one of the intriguing, vital movies of 2021

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 06, 2021

The Ugly Purity of ‘The Suicide Squad'
Director James Gunn's stand-alone sequel delivers all the grime-splashed, blood-splattered grindhouse cosplay fans desire

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 06, 2021

‘Swan Song': Udo Kier Lives Out Loud, Even If This Movie Mumbles
The cult actor gets a rare spotlight role as a hairdresser revisiting the ghosts of his past — if only the film would rise to his level

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 06, 2021

Mary Elizabeth Winstead Discusses ‘Kate' Movie on Rolling Stone's Twitch
The actor executes her own stunts, engaging in hand-to-hand combat, over the course of the high-intensity action movie, directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 06, 2021

Clint Eastwood Finds Redemption in ‘Cry Macho' Trailer
Eastwood stars in and directed the film

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 05, 2021

How to Watch ‘The Suicide Squad' Online: Stream the Film for Free on HBO Max
The sequel to 2016's 'Suicide Squad' brings back Margot Robbie and Viola Davis, streaming now on HBO Max

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 05, 2021

Jon Stewart Advocates for 9/11 First Responders in New Documentary Trailer
No Responders Left Behind premieres September 9th on Discovery

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 04, 2021

Addison Rae Stars in Reimagined ‘He's All That': Watch the Trailer
Gender-flipped remake of She's All That premiers August 27th on Netflix

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 04, 2021

‘Stillwater' Examines Lives in Wreckage, With Matt Damon at the Center
The sly power of director Tom McCarthy's style is to reveal how we often project our beliefs and biases based on assumptions

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 04, 2021

Adam Driver, Marion Cotillard Launch an Epic Musical Romance in New ‘Annette' Trailer
French filmmaker Leos Carax's first English-language movie will feature music by Sparks

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 04, 2021

See Mary Elizabeth Winstead Kick Ass Through Tokyo in First ‘Kate' Trailer
The revenge film, directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, debuts September 10th in select theaters and on Netflix

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 03, 2021

Tony Hawk Will Be Subject of Duplass Brothers-Produced Documentary
Film will be directed by filmmaker-photographer Sam Jones

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 03, 2021

James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan Survive the Pandemic in ‘Together' Trailer
Film was directed by Stephen Daldry

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 02, 2021

Chad Michael Murray Stars as Ted Bundy in New Trailer for ‘American Boogeyman'
Latest flick about the notorious serial killer will be released later this month

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 02, 2021

Woody Harrelson Embraces the Chaos in New ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage' Trailer
Tom Hardy to reprise role as Eddie Brock/Venom in new flick directed by Andy Serkis

Rolling Stone Movie News
Aug 01, 2021

‘Nine Days': Life After Death (and Before Life)
A man interviews souls for the chance to be born in this metaphysical drama that asks: Who are we, before we are anything at all?

Rolling Stone Movie News
Jul 30, 2021

‘Jungle Cruise': The Rock and Emily Blunt Go Up the Disney River, Without a Paddle
The Mouse House attempts to make a-movie-based-on-an-amusement-park-ride lightning strike twice — and gives you a journey in to the heart of "blah"-ness

Rolling Stone Movie News
Jul 30, 2021

Heroes and Villains: Dev Patel Takes on His Greatest Challenge in ‘The Green Knight'
Director David Lowery's take on the 14th-century poem about Sir Gawain's quest for greatness turns Arthurian legend inside out

Rolling Stone Movie News
Jul 30, 2021

Jennifer Hudson Brings Down the House With ‘Respect' in New Aretha Franklin Biopic Clip
Respect arrives in theaters August 13th

Rolling Stone Movie News
Jul 29, 2021

‘House of Gucci' Trailer: Lady Gaga Asserts Control Over Family Dynasty
Adam Driver stars as Maurizio Gucci, who was murdered in 1995

Rolling Stone Movie News
Jul 29, 2021

NYC Skateboard, Hip-Hop Cultures Collide in New Doc ‘All the Streets Are Silent'
Rosario Dawson talks about how hip-hop became a worldwide force out of New York in clip

Rolling Stone Movie News
Jul 29, 2021

How to Watch Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in ‘Jungle Cruise' on Disney
The latest summer blockbuster is streaming on Disney with Premier Access

Rolling Stone Movie News
Jul 29, 2021

Flawed But Complicated: ‘Joe Bell' Stars Mark Wahlberg as a Dad on a Journey with His Dead Gay Son
Although much of Joe Bell revolves around a secular ritual of self-flagellation, it's not a simple redemption narrative of a homophobic parent making amends

Rolling Stone Movie News
Jul 29, 2021

Mark Wahlberg Is a Dad Who Bonds With His Dead Gay Son (Over Lady Gaga Lyrics)
Although much of Joe Bell revolves around a secular ritual of self-flagellation, it's not a simple redemption narrative of a homophobic parent making amends

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