Streaming services had a big day with Netflix leading the TV and film categories. Apple’s centerpiece series, “The Morning Show,” and its two stars all received nominations.
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The surprises included nods for the director of “Joker” and Annette Bening (“The Report”).
A complete list of the nominees for the 2020 Golden Globe Awards.
The writer and director Noah Baumbach narrates a sequence from his film, which was nominated for 6 Golden Globe Awards.
With the biggest December releases yet to arrive, “Frozen 2” has kept its box-office lead for a third weekend.
These titles prove that while the streaming arguments rage and the medium may be a mess, the art form is as healthy as ever.
A look back at what has worked, and what has not, in the continuation of musical stories.
The costume designers Sandy Powell and Christopher Peterson explain why they turned to Pucci-style looks for the women and how they waded through a sea of ties for the men.
Some of the biggest names in music lent songs to this intimate family drama, but convincing them took time.
Three auctions this month will give fans a chance to own collectibles from the world of comic books, television and film.
Two creative people in two different fields in one wide-ranging conversation.
The additional accounts bring to 22 the number of women accusing Mr. Gooding, who faces charges he groped three of them.
The director sprinkles his work with references to the films he loves. That’s probably why the barbershop sequence in “The Irishman” ends with a shot of flowers reminiscent of “Vertigo.”
The clip, featuring Finn Wolfhard, is short on jokes and plays more like a horror film. Jason Reitman directed.
Noah Baumbach narrates a sequence from “A Marriage Story,” featuring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson.
The busy character actor was also known for “Benson,” “Boston Legal” and several Broadway roles.
The superheroine, played by Gal Gadot, has a new look but apparently the same love interest (Chris Pine) in the sequel, directed by Patty Jenkins.
A remastered concert film and a new documentary reposition the Australian band for the digital age.
In addition to his acclaimed turn as Roy Cohn on Broadway, he was known for his work in “Norma Rae,” “Slaughterhouse-Five” and other films.
A five-part crossover story, premiering Sunday on CW, will include some unexpected characters.
This holiday film on Netflix, the third in a series, is both flimsy and flat, but if royal romance is what you crave, you’ve found it.
The comedian, who has a special for kids coming to Netflix, talks about the theater, movies and writing that have shaped his work.
An internationally acclaimed movie is missing from the lineup of the Tbilisi Film Festival, after protests at screenings turned violent.
Ladj Ly started with videos of police confrontations with his friends in Paris’s immigrant suburbs. Now, his wrenching film “Les Misérables” is up for an Oscar.
This thriller from Netflix follows four teenage misfits in the Philippines who plot to kidnap the school bully for ransom.
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In Céline Sciamma’s new film, Adèle Haenel and Noémie Merlant play an aristocrat and an artist falling in love in 18th-century France.
Benedetta Barzini, couture star and cultural critic, reluctantly faces her son’s camera in a tender and harsh documentary.
Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne reach for the skies in this charming Victorian ballooning adventure.
The documentary traces the origins of the Red Army Faction with a dizzying assemblage of archival footage.
Young Luke was happy to find a friend in Daniel. Luke’s mother couldn’t see Daniel, but accepted him nonetheless, until he went too far.
Peter Strickland’s fourth feature is a horror story about, yes, a garment, but it’s his most engrossing work yet.
Jessica Hausner’s new sci-fi film about a flower engineered to release a potent antidepressant evokes “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.”
The documentarian Jon Kasbe spent years among elephant hunters in Kenya, and his movie is an intense 74-minute distillation of his efforts.
A committed lead performance and some eloquent visuals aren’t enough to save this hackneyed tale of a rehab-resisting addict.
In this psychological drama, Naomi Watts plays an agoraphobic writer slowly unraveling in a blistering New York City apartment.
In this outstanding documentary, a family of emergency medical workers struggles both to save lives and to make a living.
In a recent interview with Esquire, the actor said he used “himself” and “herself,” widely taken to mean that he had embraced gender-fluid pronouns.
While it has some genuine eeriness, the similarities to David Lynch’s work give the impression of a secondhand sensibility.
Among the actors recognized by the group were Lupita Nyong’o for “Us” and Antonio Banderas for “Pain and Glory.”
And the cast of ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ wrestles with Amazon at their premiere.
The newest entry in the series is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and features Lashana Lynch.
The Oscar winner transformed herself to play the anchor Megyn Kelly, even though she had misgivings about the role.