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What happens when politics takes a starring role

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Sep 24, 2018
Why politically themed movies, books and podcasts are everywhere.
President-elect Donald Trump boards the elevator at Trump Tower in New York City on Jan. 16, 2017.
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When Hollywood producers need to get the future right, they call a futurist

by Molly Wood Sep 13, 2018
Hulu releases "The First" tomorrow, a series set in the 2030s about the first human mission to Mars.
Hulu's "The First" imagines what the first mission to Mars might be like.
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Has "the film business passed away" with its "most popular" Oscars category?

by Phoebe Unterman and Kai Ryssdal Aug 9, 2018
Actor Rob Lowe said so on Twitter.
Actor Rob Lowe tweeted that “the film business passed away today with the announcement of the 'popular' film Oscar. It had been in poor health for a number of years. It is survived by sequels, tent-poles, and vertical integration.”
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How to be a composer

by Eliza Mills Jun 15, 2018
Carter Burwell talks about his job making music for the big screen.
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First Saudi cinema means a short drive to watch the big screen, not a long flight

by Anu Anand Apr 18, 2018
AMC's boss explains what to expect as Saudi Arabia opens its first cinema.
A Saudi man poses for a photograph during a cinema test screening in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 
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Will “Black Panther” be a game changer?

by Andy Uhler Feb 23, 2018
“Black Panther” moves into its second weekend in theaters having already posted half a billion dollars at the box office. Sure, it’s a Disney film based on a Marvel comic book, but could it also be a game changer for…

Is "Black Panther" a billion-dollar movie?

by Ryan Kailath Jan 11, 2018
The new Marvel superhero movie “Black Panther” is breaking records — and it’s not even out yet. Fandango says the first 24 hours of advanced ticket sales beat the sales for “Captain America: Civil War,” thus setting a new bar…

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How the end of Saudi Arabia's cinema ban could open the door for female filmmakers

by Anu Anand Dec 13, 2017
Filmmaker Hajar al-Naim explains what the lift could mean for women and talks about the the first time she entered a movie theater.
Filmmaker Hajar al-Naim at the 14th Dubai International Film Festival.
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The inexplicable magic of Zoe Lister-Jones' all-female crew

by Kai Ryssdal and Tommy Andres Jun 1, 2017
The 'Life in Pieces' actress makes her directorial debut with 'Band Aid.'
From left: Adam Pally, Fred Armisen, and Zoe Lister-Jones in "Band Aid."
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Six things you need to know about the possible Hollywood writers strike

by Ben Bergman Apr 21, 2017
TV and movie writers are fed up with declining pay as media companies make huge profits.
The last writers strike that ended in 2008 took 100 days to resolve. It's considered a foregone conclusion that most of the 12,000 or so Guild members will authorize a strike this time around if a new deal isn't reached.
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