The 1973 movie The Wicker Man helped kick off the subgenre known as "folk horror." The film, about a sinister pagan ritual on a remote Scottish island, has scared horror fans for five decades.
Lina Lyte Plioplyte sees menstruation as a "beautiful cycle" that happens to half of the world's population — one that "we're not supposed to talk about it." Her new film aims to break the stigma.
SAG-AFTRA's actors, dancers, stunt performers and voice-over actors went on strike for nearly four months before the deal was finally made.
NPR's It's Been a Minute reviews megastar Beyoncé Knowles-Carter's film Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.
Billy Crystal, Dionne Warwick, Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, Renée Fleming and Queen Latifah were given the star treatment as they received their Kennedy Center Honors.
Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé topped the box office over the weekend but took in far less than Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour did in its opening weekend. Doesn't matter — theater owners still win.
British composer Martin Phipps discusses how he used an 1808 French piano that once belonged to Napoleon for part of the score of Ridley Scott's biopic of the one-time emperor.
NPR's Juana Summers talks with Reginald Hudlin, director of the movie Candy Cane Lane, in which a house decoration contest leads leads to Eddie Murphy battling the 12 days of Christmas come to life.
Hayao Miyazaki's beguiling new fantasy combines the excitement of a boy's grand adventure and the weight of an older man's reflection. The hypnotic story is a partial self-portrait by an anime master.
Before his arrest, Jonathan Majors' star was on the rise. His film Magazine Dreams has been pulled from the release calendar, and Marvel has paused upcoming projects pending the outcome of this trial.