The 76th installment is full of races that are almost too close to call.
A Star is Born, BlackKklansman, Ozark, and Mrs. Maisel are clear favorites.
Miles Morales dons the webslinger’s mask in this unbelievable, visually stunning animated feature.
Now in its 76th year, the annual awards ceremony recognizes excellence in film and television, both domestic and foreign.
This intermittently charming road movie struggles with the very nature of its own story.
After more than three years, HBO’s bleak, offbeat drama will return on January 13th.
Across eight episodes, Nic Pizzolatto’s story will follow Wayne Hays (Mahershala Ali) across three different time periods as he digs deep into “a macabre crime in the heart of the Ozarks.”
The preview shows Mahershala Ali as state police detective Wayne Hays as he investigates a mystery and wrestles with its consequences through three different time periods.
The real-life tale centers around the budding friendship of a gruff Italian bouncer and a sophisticated black pianist.
It debuted at Comic-Con after a Q&A with director Robert Rodriguez, co-writer James Cameron, and star Rosa Salazar.
Sony’s stylized, animated Spidey feature introduces multiple web-slingers.
From the most anticipated blockbusters to the smallest indie films, Comics to Screen looks at all of this year’s adaptations.