Back in his comfort zone of awkward geniuses, Jesse Eisenberg plays a trader trying to speed up transactions by running cable across half the country.
We’re to believe the postwar colonel’s Nazi-hating wife (Keira Knightley) can’t resist the allure of the dashing Deutschlander in the attic.
The actress says she is telling her truth after “keeping quiet all these years” and is looking forward to the future.
They’ll be in Champaign-Urbana with their films “Bound” and “Sideways,” and the fest also will spotlight Aretha Franklin, Maya Angelou and Mr. Rogers.
Kevin Costner does his stoic, period-piece lawman thing to perfect effect as the old-school Texas Ranger Frank Hamer.
The “guitar event of the year” Experience Hendrix, and the Chicago Latino Film Festival are among the many things to see and do in the week ahead.
Lee Daniels had been among the first to voice his support for Jussie Smollett after he made the report in January.
The first trailer for Tarantino’s ninth film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (in theaters July 26) arrived Wednesday.
The Netflix biopic charts Motley Crue’s meteoric rise to fame in the 1980s.
Actress Rosario Dawson revealed last week that she and Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey were officially an item.
As the trailer warns, “one summer can change everything.”
Its bizarre pleasures include funny gags, bloody battles and top-notch work by actors playing both a family and its murderous doppelgangers.
She opens up about her spouse’s condition with love and humor, saying that dating him presented many “‘Huh?’ moments.”
There is a caveat: either pay for a year up-front or get stuck paying a premium at some unspecified point in the future.
She faces possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia charges.