Today, Netflix has given us our first look at the film, which stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci.
The film follows a young Chinese woman who disguises herself as a warrior in order to spare her ailing father from war.
The singer’s new video features a wealth of Easter eggs, hidden meanings, and cameos.
The album’s lumbering pace and homogeneity overshadow even its few gems.
The self-described transfeminine rapper stars in the video from the queen of pop's upcoming album Madame X.
It has been a wild ride to the screen for the film, which Gray announced way back in 2016 at the Cannes Film Festival.
Linda Hamilton at least makes a killer impression as Sarah visits fiery justice upon Gabriel Luna’s terminator.
Alternating between color and black and white, the video’s concept is refreshingly simple.
Today, IFC has released the first trailer for the film, which is set during the colonization of Australia in 1825.
Kippers for breakfast, Aunt Helga? Is it St. Swithin’s Day already? No, it ain’t, dear. ‘Tis Downtown Abbey Day.
The teaser seems hell-bent on satisfying those who found the first film to be an over-directed succession of freakouts.
The film remains as legendary for its artistry as it is for the difficulty of its making.
Sonic the Hedgehog and Slant’s nine-year relationship has seen its ups and downs.
Both shows were joined in the Best Musical category by Beetlejuice, The Prom, and Tootsie.
The album settles into a torpor of self-examination that never rises above 120 beats per minute.
The video for Madonna's new single is steeped in Portuguese and Latin-American influences.
The singer-songwriter returns today with “Cellophane,” her first single in over three years.
Ang Lee's three-year marriage to the 120fps format appears to be in strong shape.
In addition to Directors’ Fortnight, the festival announced the films that would screen as part of the ACID lineup.
Netflix will release the series on May 31.