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It was recently announced that Suzanne Collins will be releasing another Hunger Games novel, set to debut on March 18, 2025. With this exciting news, it comes as no surprise that Lionsgate has given the green light for another movie in the franchise. The film adaptation of the upcoming prequel, titled “The Hunger Games: Sunrise
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The battle for the box office crown between Warner Bros' Furiosa and Alcon/Sony's The Garfield Movie has been intense over the long weekend. Both films are currently neck and neck, aiming for around $31 million over four days and $25 million over three days. Surprisingly, Garfield seems to have the upper hand, slightly edging out
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In the midst of a changing cinematic landscape, Sean Baker recently accepted the prestigious Palme d'Or for his latest movie, Anora, at the Cannes Film Festival. During the awards press conference, Baker took the opportunity to advocate for the survival of traditional theaters, expressing his desire for his movies to be shown on the big
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One of the recent films that have made a splash in limited release is Marco Bellocchio's *Kidnapped: The Abduction of Edgardo Mortara*. Set in mid-19th century Bologna, the film tells the true story of a six-year-old Jewish boy who was abducted by the Catholic Church in 1858. The boy, Edgardo, was taken to Rome and
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Jane Schoenbrun's film, I Saw Then TV Glow, has seen a significant increase in box office earnings in its second week, with an estimated $195k+ on 21 screens. This expansion marks a successful rollout, driven by a passionate fan base particularly among young, male, and LGBTQ+ audiences. The gender-bending supernatural thriller is set to continue
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In a recent interview, billionaire investor Kenneth Griffin made a passionate plea for Harvard University to embrace “Western values” amidst what he described as a “cultural revolution” in American education. Griffin, who has donated millions to his alma mater, expressed concern over the direction that education in the U.S. has taken in recent years. He
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