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‘Malignant’: Why Critics and Fans Alike Are Freaking Out About the Horror Film’s Third Act

SPOILER WARNING: Do not read if you have not yet watched James Wan’s “Malignant.” James Wan’s newest horror film, “Malignant,” is taking the genre — and its critics — by storm. The Warner Bros. film, which premiered on Sept. 10… Continue Reading →

French Day for Knight: Variety’s Steven Gaydos Honored by France’s Ministry of Culture

France’s Ministry of Culture gave a French toast to Variety’s Steven Gaydos on Thursday, naming him a chevalier/knight for his decades of work in entertainment. Julie Duhaut-Bedos, consul general of France in Los Angeles, reminded the crowd that only a… Continue Reading →

Oscars Predictions: Best Adapted Screenplay – TIFF Begins as ‘Macbeth’ Eyes NYFF Opening Kickoff

Variety’s Awards Circuit is home to the official predictions for the upcoming Oscars and Emmys ceremonies from film awards editor Clayton Davis. Following history, buzz, news, reviews and sources, the Oscar and Emmy predictions are updated regularly with the current… Continue Reading →

Bruce Willis and Michael Rooker to Star in Tubi’s Adaptation of ‘Corrective Measures’

Tubi has announced sci-fi action film “Corrective Measures,” based on Grant Chastain’s graphic novel of the same name, which will star Bruce Willis and Michael Rooker and premiere in spring 2022. Sean Patrick O’Reilly of “Howard Lovecraft” and “The Kingdom… Continue Reading →

The Art of Remembering 9/11

Learn about five artworks in SAAM’s collection and the stories they tell us about 9/11

A Lesser-Known Photo of an Iconic 9/11 Moment Brings Shades of Gray to the Day’s Memory

On the 20th anniversary of the attacks, photographers who immortalized the famous scene reflect on what their images capture and what remains out of frame

Writers Guild Awards Announce Timeline and Eligibility Periods for 2022 Ceremony

The 74th annual Writers Guild Awards will take place on Sunday, March 20, 2022 — right in the middle of final Oscar voting. The Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) and the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE), which jointly… Continue Reading →

Seven 9/11 Memorials to Visit Across the United States

These lesser-known monuments honor the lives lost in the terrorist attacks 20 years ago

Marvel’s ‘Shang Chi’ Crushed Box Office Expectations. Will That Convince Disney to Keep ‘Eternals’ in Theaters?

Prior to the debut of Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” Disney CEO Bob Chapek called its old-school theatrical release an “interesting experiment.” The “experiment” in question: Would enough people show up to their local multiplex to… Continue Reading →

Rickie Lee Reynolds, Black Oak Arkansas Guitarist, Dies at 72

Rickie Lee Reynolds, guitarist for rock band Black Oak Arkansas, died on Sunday morning. He was 72. Reynolds’ daughter, Amber Lee, confirmed the news of his death on Facebook, as did current Black Oak Arkansas member Sammy Seauphine. According to… Continue Reading →

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