Emma Stone stars as Bella Baxter in the comedic fantasy “Poor Things.” Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, the adaptation premiered in theaters Dec. 8. (Courtesy of Yorgos Lanthimos/Searchlight Pictures)
Overflowing with unadulterated animation, “Poor Things” is anything but pitiful.
Sailing onto select screens Friday, acclaimed auteur Yorgos Lanthimos helms the grimly comedic, absurdist fantasy that splendidly adapts Alasdair Gray’s 1990s novel of the same title.
This post was updated Dec. 3 at 8:33 p.m.
Ottessa Moshfegh is artfully bringing her eccentric literary work to the silver screen.
Based on Moshfegh’s cult favorite novel of the same name, the psychological thriller “Eileen” released Friday with direction from William Oldroyd and performances from Thomasin McKenzie and Anne Hathaway.
Fans have been eagerly awaiting a new installment in the “Kingkiller Chronicle” series and still haven’t gotten it.
The second draft of Patrick Rothfuss’ 2014 short story, “The Lightning Tree,” has been slightly bulked up and released on Nov.
This post was updated Nov. 19 at 7:12 p.m.
Warning: spoilers ahead.
Despite ceaseless stylistic brilliance, “Saltburn” is more fizzle than flame.
The sordid thriller ignited in theaters Friday, spotlighting the tale of an outsider at Oxford University thrust into the staggering aristocratic estate Saltburn for a summer with his magnetic classmate.
Spanning a decade-long career, Hozier’s latest performance brought about a mighty reckoning.
Indie-folk darling Hozier and accompanying band members lit up the Hollywood Bowl on the final United States stop of the “Unreal Unearth Tour 2023” on Saturday night.
This post was updated Nov. 7 at 9:19 p.m.
Two years, two Elvis-related biopics. The oversaturation of the genre has never been more glaring.
Biographical pictures are films featuring stories – accurate or embellished – of real-life figures, which can include an overview of their lives or focus on specific notable events.
This post was updated Nov. 5 at 7:36 p.m.
Sofia Coppola is taking viewers back to Graceland – but from an unprecedented angle.
Known for her intimate style and narratives illuminating women isolated at the hands of imposing men, Coppola tackles one of the most iconic – and detested – women in all of pop culture history in her latest feature film, “Priscilla.” A figure whose story is as intoxicating as it is alarming, Priscilla Presley’s life has only ever been depicted on screen as a B-plot to Elvis’ – until now.
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