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Europe · Cannes

'The Worst Ones' wins 'Certain Regard' competition at Cannes

67% Center coverage: 27 sources
The closing ceremony brings to a close a Cannes that has attempted to fully resuscitate the annual France extravaganza which was canceled in 2020 by the pandemic. This year’s festival also unspooled against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine, which sparked red-carpet protests and a dialogue about the purpose of cinema in wartime. The closing ceremony begins at 2:30 p.m. EDT and concludes roughly an hour later.See the Story
US & Canada · Los Angeles

Jodie Foster Is Leading True Detective Season 4: Everything We Know

69% Left coverage: 16 sources
The new season of HBO's True Detective is set to premiere in April. The series is based on a true story of a family that lost their home in the middle of the night. The family is searching for their way back to the family home in Alaska. The story will be told through the eyes of a young family.See the Story
Alec Baldwin · Los Angeles

CNY’s Carol Baldwin, philanthropist and matriarch of the Baldwin family, dies at 92

40% Right coverage: 20 sources
Alec Baldwin announced the death of his mother, Carol M. Baldwin, on Instagram. He did not share a cause of death, but did reveal her history with breast cancer. Baldwin also shared how proud he and his family are of the late family matriarch's accomplishments. Carol is survived by 25 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.See the Story
Europe · Los Angeles

'Top Gun' studio borrowed fighter jets for $11K an hour but Tom Cruise was not allowed to touch controls

50% Right coverage: 8 sources
The U.S. Navy allowed the "Top Gun: Maverick" studio to use F/A-18 Super Hornets for more than $11,000 an hour for the upcoming film. Tom Cruise and his fellow actors were not allowed to touch the planes' controls. Cruise wanted all the actors portraying pilots in the movie to fly in one of the fighter jets.See the Story
US & Canada · Los Angeles

Alexis Bledel Announces Exit From The Handmaid's Tale

63% Left coverage: 8 sources
Alexis Bledel, who has played Emily/Ofglen on The Handmaid's Tale on all four seasons of the show, has announced her departure. Read her statement here. See the Story
Movies & TV

Kumail Nanjiani is 'overwhelmed' after his character's debut on Star Wars show Obi-Wan Kenobi

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The Marvel superhero plays Haja, a con-man who runs into Obi-Wan and suddenly gets stuck in "the bigger conflicts at play".See the Story
Movies & TV

Mandalorian Season 3 Will See Bryce Dallas Howard Return as Director

Bryce Dallas Howard will return to direct an episode The Mandalorianseason 3 after directing episodes in its first two seasons and The Book of Boba Fett. Howard is mostly known for her acting roles in 50/50, Rocketman, Pete's Dragon, and the Jurassic World trilogy. She broke into directing through short films, following in the footsteps of her father, Oscar-winning filmmaker Ron Howard.See the Story
Movies & TV

Is A Solo Pamela Voorhees Friday The 13th Possible Following The Lawsuit?

How likely is a solo Pamela Voorhees Friday The 13th movie, now that screenwriter Victor Miller has regained ownership of his original screenplay following a messy legal battle? While Jason Voorhees is the icon and face - or hockey mask - of the Friday The 13th franchise, he was famously wasn't the killer in the original film, with his mother Pamela Voorhees avenging his "death" as a boy.See the Story
Movies & TV

Robert Pattinson's Batmobile Officially Debuts In DC Comics

Warning! Spoilers ahead for Batman: Beyond the White Knight #3Robert Pattinson's new version of the Batmobile is officially a part of DC Comics' canon. Debuting in 2022's The Batman, the latest live-action Batmobile is a product of Bruce Wayne's early career, essentially being a modified muscle car he uses to apprehend the Penguin (played by Colin Farrell).See the Story

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