“The Shape of Water,” Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy, led the way with seven nominations, while the newspaper drama “The Post” had six.
NYT > Movies
“Wonder Woman” got nothing; neither did Jake Gyllenhaal or Tiffany Haddish. “All the Money in the World,” which was to star Kevin Spacey, drew 3 nominations.
The Golden Globe nomination on Monday was especially gratifying for the “Molly’s Game” actress, who has been an outspoken critic of sexual harassment.
With a Golden Globe nomination for “The Disaster Artist,” the actor, director and recent “SNL” host talks about making a good movie about a bad one, and the wave of sexual harassment allegations in Hollywood.
A complete list of the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globe awards.
Our chief film critics on their favorite pictures of the year.
The writer-director Ron Shelton returns to his favorite themes in this comedy starring Morgan Freeman, Tommy Lee Jones and Rene Russo.
Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver and their “Last Jedi” comrades discuss the difficulties of new relationships, the joys of villainy and those porgs.
In another quiet weekend at multiplexes, “Coco” was No. 1, “Justice League” continued to disappoint and “Wonder” crossed the $100 million mark.
A new promo gives more details about the adaptation of Ernest Cline’s gamer novel. Tye Sheridan and Ben Mendelsohn star.
The comedian will buy back the rights to his film, which was shelved by its distributor following allegations of sexual misconduct.
A villain’s demise, a parent’s absence. That’s how death used to figure in animated movies for children. Thanks to Pixar and now “Coco,” that’s changing.
Also the week of Dec. 10: Nicholas Nixon’s “Brown Sisters” portraits in Boston; Merce Cunningham alumni in Brooklyn.
Cesar Sanchez-Guzman said that in 2003, when he was 17, Mr. Singer sexually assaulted him at a party on a yacht.
Bryce Dallas Howard returns as well to the sequel to the blockbuster “Jurassic World.” J.A. Bayona takes over directing chores.
Fifteen films are in the running for the Academy Award for best documentary feature. The final five nominees will be announced Jan. 23.
“Wonder Woman,” “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,” “Wonderstruck,” “Wonder Wheel” and just plain “Wonder” — movies with suchlike titles but different aims.
Our guide to film series and special screenings.
In this drama — Israel’s Oscar submission in the foreign-language category — the writer-director Samuel Maoz offers a devastating view of his country.
He charms Martin Scorsese and thrills his co-stars, so isn’t it time you recognized that Mr. Cannavale isn’t “the guy you went to high school with”?
The drama revisits the 1976 mission to rescue airline passengers being held hostage in Uganda. Daniel Brühl and Rosamund Pike star; José Padilha directed.
Paul Solet’s endearingly lunkheaded thriller resembles “Reservoir Dogs,” with an actual dog.
A toxic mother-son bond drives Rupert Jones’s glum British psychodrama.
When the brother of Dianna Agron’s character is accused of murder, it’s up to her to save him and their family reputation.
This documentary from Jonathan Olshefski follows a North Philadelphia family through the Obama years.
The Times said the film studio owed it $229,567.68, according to a complaint, for ads that featured films including “Tulip Fever,” “Wind River” and “Leap!”
In this winking biopic, Margot Robbie plays the disgraced ice skater Tonya Harding.
In the new documentary “Agnelli,” the head of Fiat, who died in 2003, is revealed as that rare species of man: a fashionable playboy with gravitas.
A critic shares his favorite moments, from Tina Fey’s sheet-cake meltdown to the NFL’s end zone celebrations to Betty Gabriel in “Get Out.”
The festival, which has its premiere on Saturday, will tour the country with two programs of shorts devoted to the feline way of life.
Jordan Peele, writer-director of “Get Out,” says his own concerns almost prevented it from being made. Now prize givers love it. Will the academy agree?
Grand Central Publishing has acquired the memoir, “In Pieces,” by Ms. Field, the Academy Award-winning actress and star of films like “Norma Rae.”
Our co-chief film critic hopes that sexual harassment scandals will make a difference. But she knows that bias against women is systemic.
Although he was little known outside the French-speaking world, Mr. Hallyday sold more than 100 million records and starred in numerous movies.
The director of “Little Gandhi” worked with a cameraman via Skype, then had the footage smuggled out. Qualifying for the academy was another adventure.
“I think the floodgates have opened for white women,” the actress and rape survivor said of the #MeToo movement, which coincided with her new memoir.
Mr. Oliver, the HBO host, said at a panel discussion that Mr. Hoffman’s response to accusations of sexual misconduct felt like “a cop-out” and “a dismissal.”
The deal would give the combined entity more than 9,500 screens in the United States and Europe and allow it to better compete with the industry giant.
The director Emma Franz focuses on a musician who seems to never stop playing, featuring great collaborators of this “no drama” artist.