The "Walking Dead" alum channeled his own father to portray a striving dad chasing the American dream in Lee Isaac Chung's masterful film.
Both stars, in a Hollywood Reporter roundtable, agreed that streaming services were here to stay and, in some ways, had saved dramatic films.
Tom Holland, Jacob Batalon and Zendaya are done spinning their web of lies.
The internet's spidey senses are tingling about those "fake" MCU titles.
"You don't wanna be in a place that you don't feel wanted," the star of the acclaimed 2017 film told "The Graham Norton Show."
The studio supposedly thought it stepped in it with the superhero movie.
Rosamund Pike and Peter Dinklage's "I Care A Lot" is a hit on Netflix.
In terms of Best Picture candidates, it doesn't get much better than Chloé Zhao's gentle travelogue starring Frances McDormand.
"I'm not interested in serving the experience or point-of-view of white people," the filmmaker said. "I just don't care."
Demi Lovato is sharing details about her near-fatal overdose publicly for the first time.