Broken Hearts Gallery New Break Up Movie Rom-Com

Broken Hearts Gallery New Break Up Movie Rom-Com

Produced by Selena Gomez, the Broken Hearts Gallery stars Blockers scene-stealer Geraldine Viswanathan as Lucy, an aspiring New York City art gallerist with a bit of a hoarding problem.“We've seen a certain type of woman in romantic comedy essentially since the beginning of time,” Krinsky said.

Sony & SK Global Acquire Kevin Kwan's Sex and Vanity Novel

Sony & SK Global Acquire Kevin Kwan's Sex and Vanity Novel

Following a heated bidding war, the film rights to Crazy Rich Asians trilogy author Kevin Kwan’s latest novel, New York Times bestseller Sex and Vanity, have been acquired by Sony Pictures and SK Global, according to Variety.

Harvey Weinstein reportedly reaches tentative $25 mn settlement with more than 30 accusers

Harvey Weinstein reportedly reaches tentative $25 mn settlement with more than 30 accusers

Harvey Weinstein and the board of his bankrupt film studio have reached a tentative $25 million settlement with dozens of women who accused the former Hollywood producer of sexual misconduct, The New York Times said on Wednesday, citing lawyers involved in the negotiations.

Watch Adam Driver Expose CIA Torture in ‘The Report’ Trailer

Watch Adam Driver Expose CIA Torture in ‘The Report’ Trailer

From there, we jump forward to the office of Senator Dianne Feinstein (Annette Bening), who shows Jones a New York Times headline about the CIA destroying tapes of interrogations of Al-Qaeda detainees.

Toni Morrison, Beloved Author And Subject Of New Documentary, Is Dead At 88

Toni Morrison, Beloved Author And Subject Of New Documentary, Is Dead At 88

The news about Toni Morrison's death comes to us from the New York Times, which features a lengthy list of the writer's accomplishments throughout her long life.The timing of Toni Morrison's death is particularly powerful, because the legendary writer was recently the subject of her own documentary.

Aladdin Star Reflects On Why The Movie's Diversity Criticisms Are Overblown

Aladdin Star Reflects On Why The Movie's Diversity Criticisms Are Overblown

Mena Massoud goes on to tell the New York Times that the new Aladdin had cultural advisors on set at all times because the production wanted to get those aspects of the story right; he never felt that anything in the movie wasn't being properly respectful, in fact, quite the opposite..

Nick Robinson to Play Opposite Kiersey Clemons in ‘The Language of Flowers’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Robinson to Play Opposite Kiersey Clemons in ‘The Language of Flowers’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Robinson (“Love, Simon,” “Everything, Everything,” “Jurassic World” ) will star opposite Kiersey Clemons (“Dope”) in the upcoming feature “The Language of Flowers,” based on the bestselling novel by Vanessa Diffenbaugh, which spent 69 weeks on The New York Times bestseller list.

Publishers Don’t Want Woody Allen’s New Memoir

Publishers Don’t Want Woody Allen’s New Memoir

A New York Times report detailed how executives at multiple publishing houses rejected Allen’s memoir that he tried to sell late last year largely due to his increasing persona non grata status. According to the New York Times, some publishing executives described working with Allen as “toxic” in the Me Too era.

Avengers: Endgame writers address fans' dissatisfaction with treatment of Black Widow's character arc

Avengers: Endgame writers address fans' dissatisfaction with treatment of Black Widow's character arc

Avengers: Endgame writers address fans' dissatisfaction with treatment of Black Widow's character arc. In a latest interview with the New York Times , Endgame writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely address fans' widespread objection to Black Widow's character arc.

The First Draft Of Avengers: Endgame Was Originally Very Different

The First Draft Of Avengers: Endgame Was Originally Very Different

In their same conversation with the New York Times, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely revealed the challenges of the time heist's other settings, and different iterations that were crafted.

‘Heathers’ Turns 30: Why Winona Ryder’s Agent Begged Her Not to Do the Subversive Teen Movie

‘Heathers’ Turns 30: Why Winona Ryder’s Agent Begged Her Not to Do the Subversive Teen Movie

“In those days, the way you decided on a movie in L.A. or New York was to look I the L.A. Times or New York Times at the ads and at theater times,” said producer Denise Di Novi.

Oscar Analysts Are Sincere — but Often Totally Wrong

Oscar Analysts Are Sincere — but Often Totally Wrong

On Jan. 22, the staid New Yorker sighed about “The Dismaying 2019 Oscar Nominations — and Who Should Have Made the List.” In the L.A. Times, it was “Heartbreaks, and a Few That Voters Got Right.” One international reviewer presented his choice of Oscar winners, saying that their victories “seem like the only way to salvage some pride from this awards season.” Until that moment, I hadn’t realized the season needed redemption.

Lars von Trier Is Making All of His Movies Into Diamonds

Lars von Trier Is Making All of His Movies Into Diamonds

Von Trier has created “Melancholia: The Diamond,” inspired by his 2011 movie, as an exhibition the M HKA, a modern art museum in Antwerp, Belgium, according to the New York Times.

Netflix Casts Starry Ensemble for Adaptation of John Green’s ‘Let It Snow’

Netflix Casts Starry Ensemble for Adaptation of John Green’s ‘Let It Snow’

Netflix Casts Starry Ensemble for Adaptation of John Green’s ‘Let It Snow’ “Dora the Explorer’s” Isabela Moner, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’s” Shameik Moore, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s” Kiernan Shipka, “Lady Bird’s” Odeya Rush, Jacob Batalon, Miles Robbins, Mitchell Hope, Liv Hewson, Anna Akana, and Joan Cusack are set to star in the Netflix pic “Let It Snow.” The film is based on the New York Times bestselling book by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle with Luke Snellin directing.

Sundance Film Festival Launches Talent Forum for Indie Creators

Sundance Film Festival Launches Talent Forum for Indie Creators

The inaugural keynotes include: Filmmaker Ryan Coogler in Conversation with New York Times Journalist Jenna Wortham New York Times journalist and Still Processing podcaster Jenna Wortham talks with writer-director Ryan Coogler about his creative process, storytelling vision, and trajectory– as he journeyed from emerging Sundance Lab Fellow with his first feature Fruitvale Station to making Black Panther in just a few short years.

The Upside Reviews Are In, Here's What Critics Are Saying

The Upside Reviews Are In, Here's What Critics Are Saying

The New York Times also gave The Upside a mostly positive review, feeling that the movie is ultimately pretty funny and in a good way, as it doesn't try to make too many jokes out of disability.

Characters from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Could Head to TV

Characters from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Could Head to TV

According to The New York Times (via Comic Book Movie ), Sony is “considering making animated television shows based on characters introduced in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which has collected $276 million at the box office.

What Twilight Movie Reviewers Got Wrong About Teen Love

What Twilight Movie Reviewers Got Wrong About Teen Love

At the New York Times , Manohla Dargis criticized its pro-abstinence message, calling it a “deeply sincere, outright goofy vampire romance for the hot-not-to-trot abstinence set.” But even she poked fun at the movie’s demographic, noting that Edward’s fangless appeal (pun intended) “may make him catnip to anyone with OJD (obsessive Jonas Brothers disorder).” In the decade since its release, Catherine Hardwicke’s adaptation of the first installment in Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling trilogy has become a familiar joke , despite (or perhaps because of) being unequivocally ingrained in popular culture.

Box Office: ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Flying High, ‘Mortal Engines’ Bracing for Fall

Box Office: ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Flying High, ‘Mortal Engines’ Bracing for Fall

Eastwood directed and stars in the R-rated crime drama that’s based on a New York Times article, marking his first acting gig since 2012’s “Trouble With the Curve.” The last time the 88-year-old led a movie was his acclaimed 2008 drama “Gran Torino.” The veteran filmmaker has directed or starred in more than 50 films that have brought in over $2.6 billion in box office receipts worldwide.

Golden Globes: It’s Time to Pay Respect to Hollywood’s Foreign Press

Golden Globes: It’s Time to Pay Respect to Hollywood’s Foreign Press

After the 1992 movie “Scent of a Woman” won three Golden Globes, including best picture, the New York Times wrote another in its long line of sneering articles, implying something was fishy, since HFPA members had been flown from L.A. to N.Y. for a press junket on the film.

Netflix Is Starting To Change Its Mind About Theatrical Releases

Netflix Is Starting To Change Its Mind About Theatrical Releases

According to The New York Times, Netflix is cooperating with these concerns and will give its movies Roma, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and Bird Box some time in theaters before moving them to the streaming platform.

9 Major Avengers 4 Rumors That Might Actually Come True

9 Major Avengers 4 Rumors That Might Actually Come True

Thanks to set photos showing off Tony Stark and Scott Lang in what appears to be the Battle of New York (with an Avengers-era Captain America as reference), people believe that time travel is a big part of the film.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese to Reteam on ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’

Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese to Reteam on ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’

Imperative Entertainment has attached Scorsese to direct and DiCaprio to star in the feature adaptation of “Killers of the Flower Moon,” the New York Times best-selling book by David Grann.