Angry Twitter Mob Attempts To Cancel ‘X-Men’ Creator Chris Claremont Over Comments Allegedly Made At Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo

Comics Twitter went wild on Saturday evening, during an attempt that sought to cancel prolific Marvel writer Chris Claremont following an appearance at Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2). Most of the information on the panel came from Twitter account ComicsXF, which posted several out-of-context quotes that successfully managed to get an internet mob angry … Read more

Netflix may be missing an opportunity in horror movies

A button for launching the Netflix application is seen on a remote control in this photo illustration in Warsaw, Poland on April 25, 2019. Jaap Arriens | NurPhoto | Getty Images There’s a big money question haunting Netflix. In recent years, the streamer has spent big on flashy, blockbuster-style action movies like “The Gray Man” … Read more

2023 Oscars: Best Actor Predictions

Austin Butler and Bill Nighy hope to land their first Oscar nods against Oscar-winners Brad Pitt, Colin Firth, and Daniel Kaluuya. We keep updating these predictions through the awards season, so keep checking IndieWire for all our 2023 Oscar picks. Nominations voting is from January 12 to January 17, 2023, with official Oscar nominations announced … Read more

Rebecca Hall’s 7-Minute Monologue in ‘Resurrection’ Is a Tour de Force

Show, don’t tell. Normally, that’s a cardinal rule in movie-making—at least for everyone other than Aaron Sorkin. Using copious amounts of dialogue can be seen as a narrative crutch, a missed opportunity for actors to use their bodies to tell the stories on the page. This is what can make monologues so powerful in the … Read more

Why Sacha Baron Cohen prepped for 11 hours before ambushing former VP Mike Pence in ‘Borat 2’

A lot of work goes into crafting an award-worthy performance in a movie. However, perhaps no 2020 movie artist went through quite as much arduous preparation as Sacha Baron Cohen did for Borat Subsequent Moviefilmhis riotous and acclaimed sequel to 2006’s original Boratwhich saw his fictional Kazakhstan journalist disguise himself as former President Donald Trump … Read more

Mike Tyson Claims Hulu Stole His Story — ‘I’m Not AN****r You Can Sell On The Auction Block’

With director Craig Gillespie, producer Margot Robbie, and writer Steven Rogers at the helm (the team behind the film “I, Tonya”), Hulu is slated to debut “Mike,” a limited series that follows legendary boxing superstar Mike Tyson from his early childhood to his days in prison and so on. The series, which premieres on August … Read more

‘I’ve just become obsessed by it’

The film industry — like many businesses throughout the country — was thrown for a loop by the COVID-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, while it may have slowed them down, it didn’t entirely stop Hollywood from churning out great films, all of which will be celebrated on April 25 at the 93rd Academy Awards. But given that … Read more

Willow Smith breaks silence on dad Will Smith’s Oscars slap: ‘I see my whole family as being human’

Willow Smith has finally spoken up about her reaction to watching her father Will Smith slap comedian Chris Rock across the face at the 94th Academy Awards. While the incident left the audience and viewers at home flabbergasted, the 21-year-old singer did not let it change how she views her dad, 53, in any way. … Read more