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Going Gaga for Gay Manga

By Jill Gleeson | Aug 30

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Love & Money :: Ira Sachs Talks 'Little Men'

By Robert Nesti | Aug 30
Ira Sachs' latest film "Little Men" returns to one of the writer/director's favorite subjects -- the effect of gentrification in NYC. This time is viewed through the prism of the friendship of two teenage boys. EDGE spoke to Sachs about the film.

Matt Bomer to Play Trans Sex Worker in New Film, Twitter Reacts

Aug 30
Matt Bomer will play a transgender sex worker in a new movie. Twitter has already reacted to the casting news, with many users upset that the cis male actor will play a trans character.

'Beauty and the Beast' Producer Posts Character Images

Aug 30
A producer on the upcoming live-action adaptation of "Beauty and the Beast" has invited his social media followers to be his guest to a first look at several characters from the film.

Robert De Niro Talks "Hands of Stone"

Aug 30
Robert De Niro, who won an Oscar for playing boxer Jake LaMotta in "Raging Bull," is back in the ring as real-life trainer Ray Arcel in "Hands of Stone."

Review :: Morgan

By Padraic Maroney | Aug 30
"Morgan" is the latest offering in the sci-fi creature feature genre, borrowing freely from many of its predecessors without bringing much new to the table.

Review :: Immortal Story

By Jake Mulligan | Aug 30
The story of Orson Welles' career is as much about the films he didn't make as it is about the ones he did.

Review :: Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made

By Kevin Taft | Aug 30
Thirty-five years ago three 11-year old boys set out to make a shot by shot recreation of "Raiders of the Lost Ark." From memory. They did. And now they are setting out to shoot the one sequence that got away.

Review :: Ratchet & Clank

By Jonathan Covert | Aug 30
"Ratchet and Clank" is the most faithful videogame-to-movie adaptation ever made -- so why isn't it good?

Review :: Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 29
A documentary about Ingrid Bergman such as this one promises much, and director Stig Björkman delivers on that promise. It's no wonder that this film has found itself included in the Criterion Collection so soon after its initial release.

Review :: La Moglie Piu' Bella

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 29
Twilight Time delights in reissuing all sorts of cinematic wonders, from off-the-wall oddities to under-appreciated classics. This time they've unearthed a true gem.

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