Many of the new movie superheroes star Latino actors or have Latino characters. Their origin stories are diverse.
NPR’s Ayesha Rascoe speaks with British actor Tamara Lawrance, co-star of “The Silent Twins” – a movie about two girls who grew up speaking only to each other.
NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with filmmaker and actor Tyler Perry about his new movie, A Jazzman’s Blues.
NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with documentary filmmaker Abigail Disney, granddaughter of Disney co-founder Roy Disney, about her new film, The American Dream and Other Fairy Tales.
NPR’s Scott Simon talks with filmmaker Judith Helfand about “Love and Stuff,” her documentary memoir about taking care of her dying mother while becoming a mother herself.
Louise Fletcher, a late-blooming star whose riveting performance as the cruel and calculating Nurse Ratched in “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” set a new standard for screen villains, has died at 88.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour share what’s bringing them joy. This week: Industry, The Great British Baking Show, and more.
Executive produced by Oprah Winfrey, directed by Reginald Hudlin and supported by Poitier’s surviving family, Apple TV+’s documentary Sidney details the life of actor-director-activist Sidney Poitier.
The Netflix film turns Monroe into an avatar of suffering, brought low by a miserable childhood, a father she never knew and an industry full of men who abused and exploited her until her death.
The thriller Don’t Worry Darling has a satisfying setup and some good performances. But the payoff leaves a lot to be desired.
Idris Elba has been asked about the James Bond role several times through the years, but said a couple weeks ago it isn’t a personal goal of his. Producers of the franchise said they understand.
Art works by the American actor and Australian musician are featured in an exhibition of sculptures and ceramics. Both acknowledged being excited and nervous about presenting their art in public.
Our critics’ guide lets you search by genre and where to watch — whether on your couch or in the theater. Here’s what NPR critics are looking forward to after a busy blockbuster summer.
In 1931, an entire new cast and crew reshot Dracula into Spanish on the Universal Studios lot.
In a new documentary, four refugees from Zimbabwe compete in an international wine tasting competition. NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with sommelier Tinashe Nyamudoka about “Blind Ambition.”
NPR’s Ayesha Rascoe talks with South African actress Thuso Mbedu about her role in “The Woman King,” a new movie about woman warriors in 19th century West Africa.
NPR’s Michel Martin speak with the filmmaker on his latest documentary, The U.S. and the Holocaust, which has its premiere on Sunday.
With Disney’s live-action version of The Little Mermaid, a new generation of fans will have a new princess under the sea, played by African American actor Halle Bailey.
NPR’s Ari Shapiro speaks with director Brett Morgen on his documentary on David Bowie, Moonage Daydream. It’s the first film since Bowie’s death in 2016 that had the full cooperation of his estate.
The first fully reopened edition of TIFF concludes this weekend. But with a film industry still reeling from box office declines and changing audience habits, the award season remains in flux.
Gina Prince-Bythewood’s latest film is a rousingly old-fashioned action-drama about women warriors in 19th-century West Africa.
Latinos have been part of Hollywood since the silent film era but are still underrepresented in front of and behind the camera.
Papas catapulted to international fame in such films as Zorba the Greek, Z and The Guns of Navarone. She also earned acclaim for her work in classical Greek plays. She died Wednesday at age 96.
Social media has been filled with videos of Black children watching the teaser of the trailer for the new Little Mermaid movie, which stars Bailey.
Godard, the “enfant terrible” of the French New Wave who revolutionized popular cinema in 1960 with his debut feature Breathless, stood for years as one of the most vital and provocative directors.
NPR’s Ayesha Rascoe talks with Sierra Pettengill about her documentary “Riotsville, USA,” which digs into police militarization in America.
Among the many announcements about upcoming projects at the media giant’s D23 Expo were two new trailers for popular film franchises.
Hunt was one of the last surviving actors from Hollywood’s Golden Age of the 1930s and 1940s. Her career was disrupted for a time by the McCarthy-era blacklist.
Movies and TV shows like The Crown, The Queen and Spencer have played a huge role in how Americans have perceived the queen.
Sterling K. Brown and Regina Hall play a Southern Baptist pastor and his wife trying to redeem their legacy in the wake of a public scandal in Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.