"In the end, 'Batgirl' was the canary in the coal mine for the new post-COVID era of major film studios," one expert told Newsweek.
"This has been a democratic process to win the very best contracts," said the IATSE international president after the vote.
Viewers are split over Clifford's new, CGI-heavy look, with reactions ranging from "adorable" to "monstrous."
While COVID-19 hobbled film industries in every country, China has recovered well considering the circumstances, and looks to be in a good position to continue its movie-grossing dominance.
"Knives Out" director Rian Johnson summed up his feelings in a tweet that read: "Well this sucks."
"We cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that enacts regressive voting laws that are designed to restrict voter access," Smith said in a joint statement with director Antoine Fuqua.
The prolific producer has been accused of overseeing an abusive workplace in a devastating exposé published this week.
"Some of our industry's biggest filmmakers and most important movie stars went to bed the night before thinking they were working for the greatest movie studio and woke up to find out they were working for the worst streaming service," Nolan said.
The 37-year-old is thought to be under investigation for tax evasion.
Will Warner Bros. ditch Brett Ratner's production company amid rising sexual assault charges?
London critics are basking in the glow of Barry Jenkins' Oscar favorite.
Wolf and sheep is the debut feature film by Afghan filmmaker Shahrbanoo Sadat.
Actor David Oyelowo criticized the U.K. film industry for its lack of diversity.
Australia has given film star Depp two days to fly his dogs to the U.S. or face having them put down after he flew them into Australia without declaring them to customs.
A new Indiegogo campaign attempts to finance his last film. Here are the pre-crowdfunding ways Welles tried to do it himself.
At a press conference for media who had just watched a screening of Neill Blomkamp's movie Chappie, some bizarre questions were traded, including whether Wolverine could take on Batman.
Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel each won four Oscars while crowd favorite Boyhood only nabbed one.
The absence of black Oscar nominees comes after decades of demeaning stereotyping.
The Iranian-backed film, which will not show the Prophet's face, has led to a rival Qatari production.
Two new films, 'Birdman' and 'Big Eyes', feature acid reviewers, igniting memories of other 'twisted assassins'.
The quirky 'Grand Budapest Hotel' was the surprise winner for best comedy or musical.