Imagine if you were a teenager living hidden in a wilderness park, totally off the grid for years with your dad, who is an army vet with PTSD?
No, make that — every man and woman. This new movie about notorious Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg isn’t just entertaining — it’s also an essential reminder that women did not have equal rights under the law, not so very long ago.
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Emily Blunt make magic on the screen in ‘Mary Poppins Returns.’ The ‘Hamilton’ creator raved over his co-star’s portrayal of the iconic Mary Poppins in an interview with HollywoodLife.
‘Mary Poppins Returns’ hits theaters this Friday, just time for a family holiday movie outing! Prepare to go fly a kite down memory lane with this amazing film!
When the directors of ‘Free Solo’ set out to document Alex Honnold’s mission to make the ‘impossible, possible,’ they knew they were taking on the challenge of their lives.
Andy Gent & his team made about 400 stop-motion dogs for Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle Of Dogs.’ The Puppet Master talks to HollywoodLife about bringing Chief, Boss, Duke & the other characters to life!
Who would dare to climb up the sheer face of a mountain with just their bare hands risking death with every move? Alex Honnold does, and you will hold your breath watching his journey in the spectacular Free Solo documentary.
Alfonso Cuarón’s film ‘Roma’ has been called one of ‘the best movies of the year’ by countless film critics. The star, Yalitza Aparicio, spoke to HL about the film’s important message which needs no translation: love.
Kathryn Hahn reflects to HollywoodLife on the infertility struggles her ‘Private Life’ character endures, & how the film can start an important conversation about assisted reproduction.
Glenn Close represents so many women in her award-buzzing film ‘The Wife.’ The legendary actress spoke to HollywoodLife at the Gotham Awards about her latest role.
When director Alexandria Bombach, 32, began to spend time with Yazidi sex slave survivor, Nadia Murad, she realized that she wanted to tell the world about the burden that Nadia’s advocacy work placed on her slender, young shoulders.
Do you like to cheer on underdogs with hearts of gold? If so, you need to watch this Oscar contender documentary directed by Benjamin and Orson Cummings, about the infamous Bridgehampton School basketball team.
No doubt when director Peter Farrelly started work on ‘Green Book’, he had no idea about how this film about an African-American pianist traveling through the South would feel so relevant today.
When Ruth Bader Ginsburg graduated first of her class from Columbia Law School in 1959, not one law firm in NYC would hire a woman. A documentary shows how that sexism propelled her all the way to the Supreme Court.
Gustav Moller, 30, started work on his gripping Oscar contending film, ‘The Guilty,’ literally the day he finished film school. Here, he explains how he pulled it off.
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