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Recent articles by Anne:

Hala Movie Is A Pakistani-American Coming Of Age Story

Minhal Baig's Pakistani-American coming-of-age story was one of the first movies acquired by Apple TV+. → Read More

Lorene Scafaria Compares Hustlers Movie To Kardashians

Refinery29 sat down with the director of Hustlers at the Toronto International Film Festival. → Read More

How To Build A Girl Review TIFF 2019, Book Adaptation

Based on Caitlin Moran's 2014 semi-autobiographical novel, How To Build A Girl stars Beanie Feldstein as a British teenage rock critic. → Read More

The Most Exciting Movies Directed By Women Premiering At TIFF 2019

From Honey Boy to How to Build a Girl, you'll want to keep an eye out for these movies come awards season. → Read More

Casper Friendly Ghost Teaches Tragic Lesson About Death

Raise your hand if Devon Sawa whispering "Can I keep you?" still has the power to knock you out. → Read More

J. Lo Is The Only Latinx Actress Over 45 To Hold A Lead Role In The Last 12 Years

A new study by the USC Annenberg Inclusion Iniative tracks the erasure of Latinx people in film, on and off-screen. And the numbers are alarming. → Read More

Noah Baumbach Marriage Story Netflix Promo Adam Diver

Netflix has released double teasers for its highly anticipated film, "Marriage Story, starring Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver as a couple splitting up. → Read More

Fall Movies Coming Out 2019 New Release Movie Preview

From true stories about badass criminal strippers (“Hustlers”) to the adventures of Brad Pitt in space (“Ad Astra”), there's something here for everyone. → Read More

If You Watch One Movie To Branch Out Of Your Rom-Com Rut, Let It Be

Bong Joon-ho's film became the first Korean movie to win a Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival in May. And now, you can see why. → Read More

What The Last Song Says About Miley & Liam Relationship

Were it not for the chemistry between Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, "The Last Song," would be forgettable. But was it too much to live up to? → Read More

Laurie Jo Love Scene Greta Gerwig Little Women Trailer

Jo and Laurie dancing in the hallway by candlelight! The March sisters putting on plays! It's all happening in the first trailer for "Little Women." → Read More

Shia LaBeouf Is Barely Recognizable As His Dad In New Biopic Trailer

The first trailer for Shia LaBeouf's "Honey Boy" is here, and so is our first glimpse of the actor playing a fictionalized version of his father, Jeffrey. → Read More

How Andrea Berloff Turned Tiffany Haddish & Melissa McCarthy Into Cold-Blooded Mob Killers

If you’re heading into "The Kitchen" with the idea that you’ll be in for a light but raunchy comedy, you are in for a major shock. → Read More

Now And Then Is On Netflix — What's The Cast Doing Now?

"Now and Then" is finally on Netflix. As you catch up with Samantha, Roberta, Teeny and Chrissy, find out what the cast is doing now. → Read More

Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood Sharon Ending Explained

Quentin Tarantino is famous for his big finales, and "Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood" is no different. Warning: Spoilers ahead! → Read More

When Is Now And Then Is Finally Going To Be On Netflix?

Last year, we asked the creators of "Now and Then" why the film wasn't available to stream. Today, Netflix announced it will soon be ready to queue. → Read More

Cynthia Erivo Is Ready For Her Oscar In The Harriet Tubman Biopic Trailer

The first trailer for "Harriet" already hints at potential Oscar chatter for Cynthia Erivo's performance as Harriet Tubman. → Read More

Was 500 Days Of Summer Really Just A Revenge Movie?

In 2009, "(500) Days of Summer" was hailed as the rom-com for a cynical hipster generation. 10 years later, it reads very differently. → Read More

This Independence, Day Read Up On Irving Berlin, Hotdogs And The Impeachment Clause

This July 4 read about Irving Berlin, Hebrew National hotdogs and Cass Sunstein's views on the Mueller report's findings, all in the Forward. → Read More

Hit The Waves From Your Couch With These Summer Surfing Movies

Can't make it to the beach? These movies are here to make your surfing dreams come true. → Read More