After triumphing at the British Independent Film Awards, the feature is a strong contender for the Oscars.
It turns out a lot of people hold the 1999 version of 'The Mummy' in incredibly high esteem.
'I, Daniel Blake' and 'Moonlight' were also big winners.
The "Moonlight" and "High-Rise" directors tell Newsweek how film can represent a wider range of experience.
"She knows what she's doing." Loach tells Newsweek what he thinks about May's attitude to austerity.
Trump takes to Twitter to rant about a sketch that's critical of his...wait for it...use of Twitter.
The role of Han Solo sent Harrison Ford's career into hyperspace.
“[Jones] is a lot smarter than Han Solo, and just the breadth of the character is so much greater.”
The director’s revival of Schnitzler’s “Professor Bernhardi” shows anti-Semitism as a “political power game.”
Three movies cemented Harrison Ford's fame beyond his sci-fi heroes.
Mahershala Ali, Ruth Negga, Denzel Washington, Viola Davis and more are likely to bag Academy Award nominations.
Options include the dystopian dark comedy “The Lobster,” the documentary “For the Love of Spock” and a “Chill With Bob Ross” collection.
The writer/producer tells Newsweek he hopes the series lives long and prospers without him.
The limited edition of “Jane Eyre” reveals just how much of a perfectionist Charlotte Brontë was.
It's good news if you're a fan of Selena Gomez, Selena Gomez or Selena Gomez.
The award-winning stage play could open by spring 2018.
The actor appeared as hapless waiter Manuel in the classic British sitcom.
“Gilmore Girls, A Year in the Life” was as overstuffed as Lorelai’s backpack with pop culture references, but hey, not so fast with the encomiums.
The statues were completed to fit Hadid's vision.
Awash in fake news and hate speech, social media retains at least one entertaining utility: as a corporate complaints department.
America is obsessed with “The Nutcracker”—and with reimagining the classic in alternative productions using burlesque, hip hop and more.
From “Matlock” to “Noam Chomsky” and from “Matilda” to “Game of Thrones,” the pop culture references kept right on coming in Episode Three.
Car Shushing—aka Craigslist Finger—is one of the strangest accidental image tropes on the web.
The rap star was admitted for exhaustion on November 21.
The world enjoyed a billion dances in 2016.
Aaron Eckhart has become Hollywood's most dependable supporting actor—will he finally win that elusive Oscar?
The singer pulled her entire catalog from the streaming service in 2014.
The late writer's widow says she has found a way to replicate the marijuana he left behind.
From Stravinsky to Stalin and from Eraserhead to Radiohead, the pop culture cues kept right on coming in Episode Two
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