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Apatow: Hollywood 'Waking Up to How Terrible Things Have Been'

Apatow: Hollywood 'Waking Up to How Terrible Things Have Been'

Jan 15
Judd Apatow discusses allegations against James Franco and the reported pay disparity between Mark Walhberg and Michelle Williams for "All the Money in the World" reshoots.

Filmmaker Revisits David Bowie to Document Final Years

Filmmaker Revisits David Bowie to Document Final Years

Jan 15
After British filmmaker Francis Whately captured David Bowie in his 2013 film, "David Bowie: Five Years," he thought documenting the life of his musical hero was complete. Turns out he was mistaken.

Hawkins' 'Scary' Trip to the Globes

Hawkins' 'Scary' Trip to the Globes

Jan 6
"The Shape of Water" star Sally Hawkins says she hopes she doesn't "dribble, fall over, trip someone up" when she attends this year's ceremony, where she is nominated for Best Actress, Drama.

10 More Winners on 2017 Screens

10 More Winners on 2017 Screens

By David Lamble | Dec 30
The second half of our top films of 2017 begins and ends with young men in love (Germany's "Center of My World," Britain's "God's Own Country.")

Year's Box Office Drops, Still 3rd Highest Gross in History

Year's Box Office Drops, Still 3rd Highest Gross in History

By Lindsey Bahr | Dec 29
After two consecutive record-breaking years at the domestic box office, 2017 was the year the momentum slowed - even with the late adrenaline boost of a new "Star Wars" film.

The Story Behind Charles Dickens and the World's Most Beloved Tale

The Story Behind Charles Dickens and the World's Most Beloved Tale

By Joel Martens | Dec 23
A new film by Director Bharat Nalluri, "The Man Who Invented Christmas," sets out to change at least a part of what is known of Dickens creative process.

The Shape of Water: Reinventing A Childhood Classic - Del Toro Style

The Shape of Water: Reinventing A Childhood Classic - Del Toro Style

By Chris Carpenter | Dec 22
If queerness is best defined as unclassifiable "otherness," then "The Shape of Water" is unquestionably the queerest movie of 2017. Reached Jenkins chats with RAGE about the film, his gay role, and growing up in the '60s.

Bening: 'It Took Me A Long Time to Feel Comfortable Doing Movies'

Bening: 'It Took Me A Long Time to Feel Comfortable Doing Movies'

Dec 21
Annette Bening reveals the discomfort she felt when entering the movie business and how she went about playing Hollywood icon Gloria Grahame in drama, "Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool."

'Call Me' Goes from Page to Screen

'Call Me' Goes from Page to Screen

By Brian Bromberger | Dec 17
The B.A.R. interviewed"Call Me By Your Name" author Andre Aciman by email.

'Call Me By Your Name' :: A Voyage Through Discovery and Desire

'Call Me By Your Name' :: A Voyage Through Discovery and Desire

By Joel Martens | Dec 9
We had the chance to sit down with Director Luca Guadagnino, Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, and Michael Stuhlbarg to discuss the process of creating the magic of "Call Me By Your Name."

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