Woody Allen Says ‘Professionally, I Haven’t Suffered’ and Criticizes Actors for Denouncing Him — IndieWire

Woody Allen is speaking out in a new interview with The Guardian against the actors who have publicly denounced him over the last several years. After Dylan Farrow’s child molestation allegation against Allen… 488 more words via Woody Allen Says ‘Professionally, I Haven’t Suffered’ and Criticizes Actors for Denouncing Him — IndieWire

Robert Pattinson Spent Months Making ‘Tenet’ Not Even ‘Vaguely Understanding’ the Film — IndieWire

It’s looking like Robert Pattinson’s press tour for Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” is going to be a challenge as the actor may or may not have any idea about what’s going on in the upcoming espionage epic. 419 more words via Robert Pattinson Spent Months Making ‘Tenet’ Not Even ‘Vaguely Understanding’ the Film — IndieWire

‘Looney Tunes Cartoons’: HBO Max Launches with the Return of Bugs and the Gang — IndieWire

The return of classic-style Warner Bros. animation with “Looney Tunes Cartoons” for this week’s launch of HBO Max took some persuading at the studio: Would kids under 10 get the slapstick humor and find the legendary Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird, and the rest of the gang relatable? 873 more words via ‘Looney… Continue reading ‘Looney Tunes Cartoons’: HBO Max Launches with the Return of Bugs and the Gang — IndieWire

‘Thirsty’: How a Rising Filmmaker Crafted a Feminist Fairy Tale Around a Maya Rudolph-Voiced Mosquito — IndieWire

After nearly three months of limited contact with other people, we’re all a little thirsty these days. Ever the comedic artiste, Maya Rudolph voices these desires with a silly flair and grounded humanity as a blood-lusting mosquito in “Thirsty,” a delightful short film from rising filmmaker… 928 more words via ‘Thirsty’: How a Rising Filmmaker Crafted… Continue reading ‘Thirsty’: How a Rising Filmmaker Crafted a Feminist Fairy Tale Around a Maya Rudolph-Voiced Mosquito — IndieWire

Can San Francisco’s Movie Theater Decision Sink the July 17 Opening of ‘Tenet’? — IndieWire

San Francisco Mayor London Breed Thursday announced that the city’s stage 3 reopening, which includes cinemas, is tentatively set for mid-August. That, of course, is a month later than the scheduled release of the first two major-studio films, “ 331 more words via Can San Francisco’s Movie Theater Decision Sink the July 17 Opening of ‘Tenet’?… Continue reading Can San Francisco’s Movie Theater Decision Sink the July 17 Opening of ‘Tenet’? — IndieWire