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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Lindsey:

‘Insidious 5’ topples ‘Indiana Jones’ before ‘Mission: Impossible’ launches

Indiana Jones’ reign atop the box office was short-lived. In its second weekend in theaters, the Disney release was usurped by another franchise fifth – " Insidious: The Red Door.” The horror film starring and directed by Patrick Wilson scared up $32.7 million in ticket sales from 3,188 theaters, according to studio estimates on Sunday. → Read More

‘Insidious 5’ topples 'Indiana Jones' before ‘Mission: Impossible’

'Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny' falls at the box office to Blumhouse-produced horror sequel 'Insidious: The Red Door.' → Read More

Zendaya tennis drama ‘Challengers’ to open Venice Film Festival

The Venice Film Festival is serving up one of the year’s buzzier films as its opening night selection in Luca Guadagnino’s “Challengers.” → Read More

Indiana Jones’ box office destiny? A lukewarm $60 million debut in North America

Indiana Jones, and executives at the Walt Disney Co. and Lucasfilm, made a somewhat dispiriting discovery this weekend. Moviegoers didn’t rush to the theater in significant numbers to see " Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” and say goodbye to Harrison Ford as the iconic archaeologist. → Read More

Taylor Swift, Austin Butler, Keke Palmer and Ke Huy Quan invited to join Film Academy

Taylor Swift, best supporting Oscar actor winner Ke Huy Quan, “Elvis” star Austin Butler and “Nope’s” Keke Palmer and The Weeknd have been invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences → Read More

'Superman' finds its new Clark Kent, Lois Lane in David Corenswet, Rachel Brosnahan

James Gunn has found his new Superman and Lois Lane in David Corenswet and Rachel Brosnahan. → Read More

David Corenswet, Rachel Brosnahan cast as Superman and Lois Lane in James Gunn movie

James Gunn has found his new Superman and Lois Lane in David Corenswet and Rachel Brosnahan. → Read More

Angela Bassett among industry trailblazers to receive honorary Oscar

Angela Bassett may have gone home empty handed at the Oscars in March, but the two-time nominee will be getting a golden statuette this year after all – and in very good company too. → Read More

Inside the Sundance Labs, which have helped launch some of Hollywood's top filmmakers

The Sundance Institute might be best known for its annual film festival in Park City, Utah, but the screenwriting and directing labs have been just as, if not more, influential in helping to launch the first films of many of Hollywood’s top filmmakers over the past 40 years → Read More

Film academy welcomes new members to Board of Governors, now 53% female

Actor Lou Diamond Phillips, film executive Hannah Minghella and “Summer of Soul” producer David I → Read More

Ezra Miller's 'The Flash,' Pixar's first rom-com 'Elemental' disappoint at box office

Ezra Miller's DC movie "The Flash" and Disney Pixar's first rom-com "Elemental" topped the box office, but neither movie did huge numbers. → Read More

‘The Flash’ opens to $55 million, a step off the typical superhero pace

DC and Warner Bros.’ long-in-the-works superhero movie “The Flash” opened to $55 million in its first three days in North American theaters, according to studio estimates on Sunday. → Read More

‘Transformers’ edge out ‘Spider-Verse’ to claim first place at box office

“Transformers: Rise of the Beasts,” the seventh entry in the series, took the No. 1 spot in its first weekend in North American theaters with $60.5 million according to studio estimates Sunday. → Read More

Jay Roach goes into the desert with Patricia Arquette for quirky, noirish Apple series

Filmmaker Jay Roach takes a detour from moviemaking in the desert with a new AppleTV+ series, “High Desert,” which is currently five episodes into its eight-episode run → Read More

Anthony Ramos, Dominique Fishback lead ‘Transformers’ from Brooklyn to Peru

Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback had been dreaming about writing something together for a few years → Read More

Irish actor Ray Stevenson, of 'Rome' and 'Thor' movies, dies at 58

Ray Stevenson, the Irish actor who played the villainous British governor in “RRR,” an Asgardian warrior in the “Thor” films, and a member of the 13th Legion in HBO’s “Rome,” has died → Read More

‘Fast X’ speeds to No. 1; knocks ‘Guardians 3’ to 2nd

The 10th installment of the “Fast and Furious” franchise was off to the races this weekend, knocking “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol → Read More

The beautiful collaboration of Nicole Holofcener and Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Nicole Holofcener found a fast friend in Julia Louis-Dreyfus a decade ago, when she cast her as a kind of alter-ego in the 2013 romantic comedy “Enough Said.” → Read More

To play his father in a movie, comedian Sebastian Maniscalco enlisted Robert De Niro

Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco wanted to make a movie for and about his father → Read More

‘Guardians Vol. 3′ and ‘Super Mario Bros.’ top box office again

Several new movies infiltrated theaters nationwide this weekend, from a lighthearted trip to Italy with Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Diane Keaton and Mary Steenburgen to a Ben Affleck-fronted detective thriller. The two top spots were once again claimed by Marvel and Mario, however. → Read More