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Makeup Artist Accuses Jeffrey Tambor of Misconduct on Set of 2001's 'Never Again'

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Jeffrey Tambor is being accused of engaging in sexual misconduct on the set of 2001's Never Again by a makeup artist, who came forward with her story to Refinery29.

Tamara Delbridge, who at the time was serving as a makeup assistant, said she "did not interact with him at all" on set prior to the alleged incident. "It wasn't like he and I had bantered back and forth or flirted. I'm very professional on set and [Never Again] was a really big deal for me," she told the outlet.

Delbridge claims Tambor made an unwanted advance on the last day of »


- Meena Jang

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'Roman J. Israel, Esq' Team on Why Legal Drama Is a Fitting 'Nightcrawler' Follow

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With the Denzel Washington-starrer Roman J. Israel, Esq., Dan Gilroy’s highly anticipated follow-up to his hit thriller Nightcrawler, the writer-director shifts his focus from the media to the legal arena.

But with both projects, Gilroy explored personally important issues — in this case, causes.

"There’s a lot going on in the world that we don’t know about and each one of us can be an advocate for change,” he told The Hollywood Reporter of his new legal drama at a screening in New York earlier this week. "I’m in great awe of activists or anybody who really »


- Hilary Lewis

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Jude Law in Talks to Join Brie Larson in 'Captain Marvel'

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Jude Law is in negotiations to join Brie Larson in Captain Marvel, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Filmmaking duo Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, who directed 2015's Mississippi Grind, are helming the pic. The most recent draft for the 1990s-set feature comes from Tomb Raider writer Geneva Robertson-Dworet

The comic book movie will follow Carol Danvers (Larson), an Air Force pilot who gains powers after her DNA becomes fused with an alien after an accident. Samuel L. Jackson will play (a two-eyed) Nick Fury in the film and Ben Mendelsohn is set to play the film's villain.

Captain Marvel, the studio's »


- Mia Galuppo

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Netflix-Weinstein Co. Joint Golden Globes Party Discontinued

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One of the most prominent Golden Globes after-parties is no more.

Netflix and The Weinstein Co. co-hosted a black-tie bash in a tent adjacent to the Beverly Hilton, where the Globes ceremony takes place, in January of 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. It was one of the more coveted tickets of a night packed with parties, in part because many of the biggest names from film, television and media — from Bono and Jennifer Lopez to Jeff Bezos — could be counted on to show up and rub shoulders with hosts Ted Sarandos, Bob Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein.

But the »


- Scott Feinberg

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'Smallfoot' Trailer Previews Channing Tatum's Yeti Adventure

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Channing Tatum is an adventurous Yeti in the first trailer for Smallfoot.

The Warner Bros. animated movie turns the Bigfoot legend upside down when a bright young Yeti named Migo (Tatum) finds something he thought didn’t exist — a human, which the Yeti community refers to as a "smallfoot."

"It's a terrifying creature with perfect white teeth and breath that just smells all minty fresh," he explains in confusion. "And the only hair it has on its entire body is on the top of its head!"

Zendaya, James Corden, Gina Rodriguez, LeBron James, Common, Danny DeVitoYara Shahidi, Jimmy Tatro and »


- Ashley Lee

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'Rodents of Unusual Size': Film Review

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Rodents the size of large raccoons, sporting webbed feet and large orange teeth. Sounds like the stuff of nightmares, but the animal in question, nutria, prove surprisingly endearing in Chris Metzler, Jeff Springer and Quinn Costello's documentary that recently received its world premiere at Doc NY. Depicting the resilience of both the nutria and the Louisianans who've endured their presence for many years, Rodents of Unusual Size proves enjoyably quirky and informative.

The nutria were imported to Louisiana during the Depression because it was thought that their fur would prove desirable and provide income. Unfortunately, the animals escaped the fur »


- Frank Scheck

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'Le Brio': Film Review

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The inspirational teacher movie has never really been a staple of French cinema. From classics like Jean Vigo’s Zero for Conduct and Francois Truffaut’s The 400 Blows, which depicted schoolteachers as cruel taskmasters maintaining a draconian sense of order, to contemporary comic hits like Les Profs series, which depicts them as total idiots, there are few films that make you want to sit down in a classroom and learn.

Yet while there may be no French equivalent to Dead Poets Society or Stand and Deliver, there have been a handful of uplifting school movies released over the past years, starting »


- Jordan Mintzer

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How 'Coco' Actress Found Her Voice Thanks to Frida Kahlo (Guest Column)

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Mexico-born actress Natalia Cordova-Buckley is known for her role as YoYo Rodriguez on ABC's Agents of Shield, and voices iconic Mexican artist Frida Kahlo in Pixar's Coco.

There I stand, in the middle of the playground swallowing my voice. I'm six years old, and minutes earlier my classmates had declared, "Let’s play tag. Boys against girls. 1, 2, 3, go!"

The girls take off running, our arms flailing in the air, the boys right behind us. The other girls scream, their voices screeching, and I scream as best I can, the only way I can: low and husky.

A boy »


- Natalia Cordova-Buckley

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How Angelina Jolie Battled Snakes and Land Mines to Depict War-Torn Cambodia in 'First They Killed My Father'

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Loung Ung was 5 years old in 1975 when the soldiers marched into her city. "That day, they were smiling," says the human rights activist. "People were screaming, 'The war is over! The war is over!' I didn't know we had been in a war. But they were wearing black shirts and pants, and that was different for us because Cambodia is a very colorful culture; we'd wear bright colors. My first thought was, 'If they are so happy, why are they all in black?' "

Ung found out quickly enough, much to her regret, as these seeming liberators »


- Stephen Galloway

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Russell Simmons Accuser Says She "Froze," Tried to "Normalize" What Happened

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Fashion model, Keri Claussen Khalighi, who says she was 17 when she was sexually assaulted by Russell Simmons, explained why she didn't immediately flee the scene of the alleged crime in her first live TV interview since going public with her allegations.

Khalighi told the Los Angeles Times that she went to Simmons' apartment, with Brett Ratner in tow, in 1991, where Simmons quickly began making aggressive sexual advances, including tearing off her clothes. “I looked over at Brett and said ‘help me’ and I'll never forget the look on his face,” she told the newspaper. “In »


- Hilary Lewis

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Weekend Box Office: 'Coco' Celebrates $2.3M in Tuesday Previews

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Coco has a lot to be thankful for, as it grossed $2.3 million in Tuesday-night previews.

The animated movie from Pixar and Disney, about the Mexican holiday Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), opens on Wednesday in 3,948 theaters, including nearly 2,800 3D locations over and 268 screens offering the film in Spanish. Over its five-day Thanksgiving weekend debut, it is expected to earn $55 million to $60 million domestically, though there's plenty of room for upside.

Directed by Lee Unkrich and co-directed by Adrian Molina, Coco tells the story of 12-year-old Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), »


- Ashley Lee

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'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Tracking for Massive $200M-Plus U.S. Bow

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi looks to be a box-office knight in shining armor.

Disney's and Lucasfilm's follow-up to Star Wars: The Force Awakens is generating enormous interest among moviegoers for a projected $200 million-plus domestic debut when it hits theaters Dec. 15, according to early tracking. That's a feat only a few movies have ever accomplished.

In December 2015, Force Awakens, reviving the iconic sci-fi franchise after a long absence from the big screen, opened to a record-shattering $248 million in North America. That was followed by a $155.1 million for stand-alone title Rogue One: A Star Wars Story »


- Pamela McClintock

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London Police Investigating Second Kevin Spacey Claim

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London's Scotland Yard has launched an investigation into a second sexual assault allegation by Kevin Spacey

The date of the allegation dates back to 2005 and took place in the London borough of Lambeth, the location of the Old Vic theater where Spacey was artistic director. It's the second investigation regarding the actor after an alleged assault in 2008.

"Officers from the Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command are investigating," Scotland Yard told The Hollywood Reporter.

Scotland Yard also said that the allegation was made Nov. 17, one day after the Old Vic — where Spacey served from 2004 to »


- Alex Ritman

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Peter Berling, German Character Actor and Werner Herzog Favorite, Dies at 83

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Peter Berling, a husky German character actor best known for his many collaborations with Werner Herzog, who also appeared in Hollywood films such as Gangs of New York and The Name of the Rose, has died. He was 83.

Berling died Monday in Rome, his agency confirmed. The actor, who was also a successful film producer and accomplished novelist, had lived in the Italian capital since the late 1960s.

Berling acted in more than 130 films in his decades-long career but his best-known work was for Herzog, who cast him in several of his early films, including Aguirre: The Wrath »


- Scott Roxborough

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'Hostiles,' 'Last Jedi' Bookend Dubai Film Festival

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The Dubai International Film Festival, the biggest movie event in the Middle East, has unveiled the full lineup for its upcoming 14th edition. 

Hostiles, the Christian Bale-starring American period piece that first bowed in Telluride, is set to raise the curtain in the beachside Madinat Jumeirah on Dec 6, while Star Wars: The Last Jedi will close the event Dec 13, two days before its U.S. release.

Meanwhile, Star Trek and X-Men legend Patrick Stewart will receive one of the festival's honorary awards, the others going to Egyptian writer Wahid Hamed and Indian icon Irrfan Khan.

Films in the 140-strong »


- Alex Ritman

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