Talent in Season 1B includes Ice Cube (“Straight Outta Compton”), Quentin Tarantino (“Hateful Eight”) and Jennifer Lawrence (“Joy”).
“Friendship and loyalty are everything, but they always get into trouble because of it.”
The Hollywood Reporter’s editors talk to documentary world stars Michael Moore, Alex Gibney, Amy Berg, Liz Garbus, Kirby Dick and Chai Vasarhelyi.
The cinematographers behind “The Hateful Eight”, “Black Mass”, “Spotlight”, “Joy”, “Truth”, “The Danish Girl”, “Room” and “Steve Jobs” talk relationships with directors, the film vs. digital debate and the toughest parts of their jobs.
If you’re obsessed with true-crime stories like “Making a Murderer” and “Serial,” you’ll want to watch THE STAIRCASE.
Buzz is building for HAP AND LEONARD’s series premiere, March 2 at 10/9c only on SundanceTV, with stars singing the series’ praises and early looks earning optimistic acclaim.
How does Mickle describe the series? “Unpredictable, funny and explosive.”
Let’s start with “Yo Adrian, Rocky called…he wants his face back.”
Joe Lansdale sounds off on the latest novel in the series, the relationship between Hap and Leonard, and what to expect when adventuring with this pair of trouble magnets.
Why does Walt get all the accolades. His wife is pretty savvy, too (and probably will have a happier ending).
In this week’s CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, The Hollywood Reporter’s Stephen Galloway and Matthew Belloni host a roundtable of some of the year’s most acclaimed male movie stars including Michael Caine, Samuel L. Jackson, Mark Ruffalo, Benicio Del Toro, Joel Edgerton and Will Smith.
From Cady Heron in “Mean Girls” to Travis Bickle in “Taxi Driver,” these cinematic nemeses are so bad they’re great.
The docu-series is suggested for those that loved “Making a Murderer” and “Serial.”
The Peabody Award winning documentary series will be available on demand via the SundanceTV app and website beginning Fri., Jan. 15.
Stephen Galloway, host of SundanceTV’s upcoming CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER and executive features editor at The Hollywood Reporter, discusses the popular Oscar-nominee roundtables, coaxing dinner-party conversation out of Hollywood’s biggest stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Caine, and Mark Ruffalo.
Who can forget “A Knight’s Tale”?
From “Drive” to “Lost River,” she’s starred in some of the most-talked-about indies of the past few years.
Helen Mirren, Cate Blanchett, Kate Winslet, Charlotte Rampling, Carey Mulligan, Jane Fonda, Brie Larson, and Jennifer Lawrence discuss their latest movies.
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Quentin Tarantino, David O. Russell, Tom Hooper, Danny Boyle and Ridley Scott discuss their latest movies.
Dramatic, thought-provoking and lighthearted, THE A WORD captures an authentic portrait of a contemporary family after their young son is diagnosed with autism.
SundanceTV announced from the Television Critics’ Association (TCA) Press Tour that RECTIFY the network’s Peabody Award-winning drama, will begin production on its fourth and final season in Apr. and premiere in fall 2016.
SundanceTV announced at the Television Critics’ Association (TCA) Press Tour the premiere dates for its spring 2016 programming slate, designating Wednesdays at 10/9c as the network’s yearlong destination for original programming.
From historical dramas (“12 Years a Slave”) to literary adaptations (“The Road”) to pulpy cop dramas (“Brooklyn’s Finest”), Williams is impossible to pin down.
With the new season of RECTIFY just around the corner, we thought it was time to take a look back at some of the fan favorite moments from Season 2. Watch these scenes with Daniel, Amantha, Tawney, Ted and more, and then decide—which Buzzy Bit is the best?
Critics are wilder about RECTIFY than ever, with The A.V. Club, Slate and others honoring “one of the best shows on television” in their best-of-2015 roundups.