Film and television producer Michael Bregman (“Carlito’s Way,” “Carlito’s Way Rise to Power” and “The Bone Collector”)—the son of the prolific film producer Martin Bregman (“Scarface,” “Dog Day Afternoon,” “Serpico”) and actor Luis Guzmán have turned their creative attention and business savvy toward the actor, writer, director Chris Swain.
Korean director Bong Joon-ho (“Snowpiercer,” “Memories of Murder”) has made a new classic with “Parasite.” It’s hard to summarize what the film is about but in a pinch, I will stand on a tree branch and say that it is about class and the rage of those who are not rich.
In the new film “Knives Out” LaKeith Stanfield plays Lieutenant Elliott, a local lawman helping Benoit Blanc find Harlan Thrombey’s killer. Stanfield is the only African American in the film.
Now is a great time to pull out your monthly MetroCard and Google search a path to visit New York City’s Bronx Zoo for their annual Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights.
It’s the holiday season and there is something special for horror fans—“Black Christmas”—directed by Bob Clark (“Porky’s” and “A Christmas Story”).
What is the movie “Bombshell” really about? In a nutshell, “Bombshell” is a powerful movie about what selling, in America, has become.
Director Trey Edward Shults’ third feature—“Waves”—brings his new story to the screen, opening wide Nov. 22.
“These men are behind bars...but their voices have to be heard,” says Todd “Speech” Thomas about his new documentary “16 Bars” which opens Nov. 8 in New York.
The comedic genius that is Eddie Murphy drives the new film “Dolemite Is My Name” now playing on Netflix.
Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” is three hours and 30 minutes long and everyone important dies, but that’s Martin Scorsese.