The Gilded Age’ Star Morgan Spector Admits He’s ‘Nervous’ for George and Bertha Come Season 3: ‘It’s Going to be Difficult in the Russell Household

By Hunter Ingram Before Morgan Spector ever put on the three-piece suit of railroad baron George Russell, he was concerned audiences might feel alienated by the opulence of HBO’s […]

Girls on the Bus’ Canceled After One Season at Max

By Joe Otterson “The Girls on the Bus” are not going round and round. Variety has learned that Max has canceled the political drama after just one season. “While Max will […]

Buyers take shine to Agathe Riedinger’s Cannes Competition title ‘Wild Diamond’ (exclusive)

BY REBECCA LEFFLER Agathe Riedinger’s debut feature Wild Diamond has dazzled buyers following its premiere in Cannes Competition, with France’s Pyramide International selling the film to key territories.  The […]

Iranian independent filmmakers step into limelight at Cannes

BY TIM DAMS AND MICHAEL ROSSER Iran’s independent filmmakers are making their presence felt in Cannes, despite the challenges they face at home or in exile abroad. A key […]

‘Tracker’: Justin Hartley Talks Major Finale Twist & Who’s Returning in Season 2

Meredith Jacobs [Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for the Tracker Season 1 finale “The Storm.”] Just when Colter Shaw (Justin Hartley) thinks that he may know what […]

Alice Stewart, CNN Political Commentator, Dies at 58

By Michaela Zee Alice Stewart, a CNN political commentator and veteran political adviser who worked on several Republican presidential campaigns, has died. She was 58. Stewart’s body was found […]

The Robots Go Crazy’: Andy Samberg To Star In An Action-Comedy Directed By Radio Silence

 Martin Miller With solid reviews from their “Scream” films, as well as their most recent horror, “Abigail,” you would imagine Radio Silence would stick with horror for their […]

Léa Seydoux on France’s #MeToo Movement: ‘Things Are Clearly Changing, and It Was High Time It Did’

By Ellise Shafer Léa Seydoux addressed France’s growing #MeToo movement at the Cannes Film Festival press conference for Quentin Dupieux’s comedy “The Second Act,” which opened the fest on […]

Mortal Kombat 2’ Lands October 2025 Release Date

By Katcy Stephan Warner Bros. is aiming for a flawless victory, dating “Mortal Kombat 2″ for an IMAX release on Oct. 24, 2025. The New Line sequel, first announced in […]