Warner Bros. Is Splitting With Brett Ratner for Good
After multiple sexual misconduct allegations, Warner Bros. is not renewing their $450-million co-financing deal with Brett Ratner.
‘The Accountant,’ Somehow, Was the Most Rented Movie of 2017
(Pictured above: Us trying to figure out how this happened.)
Director of Tom Hanks’ Mr. Rogers Movie Says It’s Not a Biopic
The movie will focus on the strong bond that developed between Rogers and a reporter while he wrote a profile on Rogers for Esquire in 1998.
The Weinstein Company Files for Bankruptcy, Throws Out Non-Disclosure Agreements
Anyone who ever entered into a non-disclosure agreement with Harvey Weinstein will no longer be silenced.
MoviePass Disables Location Tracking After Huge Backlash
A March 7 iOS update for the app has now “removed unused app location capability.”
Meryl Streep Denounces Harvey Weinstein for Using Her to Dismiss a Lawsuit
Harvey Weinstein’s lawyers attempted to use Meryl Streep’s statement to dismiss a sexual misconduct lawsuit filed by six women.
Sony Apologizes for Making Fun of Food Allergies in ‘Peter Rabbit’
One scene features a character going into anaphylactic shock after the food he is allergic to is used as a weapon against him.
‘Die Hard’ Cut the Scene That Explains Its One Major Plot Hole
How did John McClane know that Hans Gruber was one of the terrorists when they’d only just met?
The ‘Woody Woodpecker’ Trailer Is as Irritating as You’d Expect
You know that big-eyed bird from Walter Lantz’s animation studio, the one with the horrible laugh? People love that, right? Let’s bring that back.
Hugh Jackman Once Turned Down the Chance to Play James Bond
We were so close to living in a world where Hugh Jackman was both the Wolverine and MI6’s most volatile operative.