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Something Old, Something New — the Costumes of 'Downton Abbey'

Something Old, Something New — the Costumes of 'Downton Abbey'

By Hilary Fox | May 19, 2022

Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue — all these elements went into the costuming of "Downton Abbey: A New Era."

Out Film Star Rupert Everett: Straight Actors Should Play Gay...Except Maybe not Colin Firth

Out Film Star Rupert Everett: Straight Actors Should Play Gay...Except Maybe not Colin Firth

By Kilian Melloy | May 19, 2022

In an interview on Piers Morgan's talk show, out film star Rupert Everett opened up about his opinions regarding LGBTQ+ actors and who should play what sorts of roles.

Review: 'The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance' in 4K a Frequently Gorgeous Release

Review: 'The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance' in 4K a Frequently Gorgeous Release

By Sam Cohen | May 19, 2022

John Ford's timeless western classic arrives in 4K Ultra HD with a new 4K Blu-ray release from Paramount. Although some of the film looks worse than it should in 4K, this is an overall great release.

Cast Grows for Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach's 'Barbie'

Cast Grows for Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach's 'Barbie'

By Kilian Melloy | May 19, 2022

There's fresh casting news about the latest Greta Gerwig/Noah Baumbach collab, a live-action outing for Barbie and Ken, including the signing of trans actress Hari Nef.

No More Streaming-Only Debuts for Oscar Hopefuls

No More Streaming-Only Debuts for Oscar Hopefuls

May 19, 2022

The Oscars are getting back to normal, eligibility-wise. After two years of pandemic-related adjustments, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Wednesday that Oscar hopefuls will once again have to launch their films in movie theaters.

Tom Cruise and 'Top Gun: Maverick' Touch Down in Cannes

Tom Cruise and 'Top Gun: Maverick' Touch Down in Cannes

By Jake Coyle | May 19, 2022

Tom Cruise mania descended Wednesday in Cannes where the actor made a whirlwind appearance at the film festival.

Elton John Doc 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' Lands at Disney

Elton John Doc 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' Lands at Disney

By Lindsey Bahr | May 19, 2022

Sir Elton John is preparing to say goodbye in fabulous splendor, with the help of a documentary crew and the Walt Disney Co.

Watch: 'Queer as Folk,' Uncensored 'Bros' Trailers Arrive

Watch: 'Queer as Folk,' Uncensored 'Bros' Trailers Arrive

By Emell Adolphus | May 18, 2022

The trailers for Peacock's "Queer as Folk" reimagining and Billy Eichner's upcoming rom-com "Bros." The latter is set to hit theaters 9/30, but its trailer is already making a steamy debut. "Queer as Folk" is set for a June premiere on TV.

2022 Cannes Film Festival Diary 1: World War Z

2022 Cannes Film Festival Diary 1: World War Z

By C.J. Prince | May 18, 2022

EDGE contributor C.J. Prince spills on the first few days of the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, including the opening film "Final Cut" from "The Artist" director Michel Hazanavicius.

Exiled Russian Director Returns to Cannes, Decries War

Exiled Russian Director Returns to Cannes, Decries War

By Jake Coyle | May 18, 2022

The last two times the Russian filmmaker Kirill Serebrennikov had films playing at the Cannes Film Festival, he couldn't attend.

LGBTQ+ History, Queer Casting, and Orgy Scenes: Billy Eichner Talks Gay Rom-Com 'Bros'

LGBTQ+ History, Queer Casting, and Orgy Scenes: Billy Eichner Talks Gay Rom-Com 'Bros'

By Kilian Melloy | May 18, 2022

Billy Eichner and co-writer/director Nicholas Stoller opened up about making gay rom-com "Bros."

Review: Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life a Compelling Cautionary Tale

Review: Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life a Compelling Cautionary Tale

By Kilian Melloy | May 18, 2022

A cautionary tale that pierces the glamorous illusions of the porn industry, this is not a movie that will prop up anyone's fantasies; rather, it's a splash of cold water flung on a fever dream.

Zelenskyy Opens Cannes Film Festival, Links War and Cinema

Zelenskyy Opens Cannes Film Festival, Links War and Cinema

By Jake Coyle | May 18, 2022

The 75th Cannes Film Festival kicked off Tuesday with an eye turned to Russia's war in Ukraine and a live satellite video address from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Review: Only Masochists will Watch 'de Sade'

Review: Only Masochists will Watch 'de Sade'

By Frank J. Avella | May 17, 2022

"This is a travesty!" De Sade shouts late in the film, and the line couldn't be more a propos. The word "sadism" derives from De Sade and his sadistic ways. But only a masochist would enjoy this film.

'Downton Abbey: A New Era' -— Hit Brit Sequel Not so New, but Not so Bad

'Downton Abbey: A New Era' -— Hit Brit Sequel Not so New, but Not so Bad

By Brian Bromberger | May 17, 2022

'Downton Abbey' never pretends to be anything more than what it is: A romanticized, frothy soap opera fantasy with expensive china that will warm you like a well-worn angora sweater.

Alex Garland Confronts the Horrors of Past, Present in 'Men'

Alex Garland Confronts the Horrors of Past, Present in 'Men'

By Lindsey Bahr | May 17, 2022

It wasn't Jessie Buckley's audition but an observation she made that got her the leading role in " Men."

Review: 'Firestarter' Never Ignites

Review: 'Firestarter' Never Ignites

By Megan Kearns | May 16, 2022

The latest film adaptation of Stephen King's novel about a girl with pyrokinetic powers squanders its compelling premise, suffering from bad writing, weak acting, and cheap visuals.

Breaking Down the 2022 Cannes Film Festival's Queer Offerings

Breaking Down the 2022 Cannes Film Festival's Queer Offerings

By C.J. Prince | May 16, 2022

EDGE contributor C.J. Prince takes a look at the LGBTQ+ films vying for the Queer Palm at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.

Review: Paul Verhoeven's 'RoboCop' in 4K Another Major Release from Arrow

Review: Paul Verhoeven's 'RoboCop' in 4K Another Major Release from Arrow

By Sam Cohen | May 16, 2022

Paul Verhoeven's 1987 action classic "RoboCop" is now available on 4K Blu-ray from Arrow Video, with a gorgeous 4K presentation and new audio choices.

Review: 'Girls Nite Out' Hacks and Slashes on Blu-ray from Arrow

Review: 'Girls Nite Out' Hacks and Slashes on Blu-ray from Arrow

By Sam Cohen | May 16, 2022

Robert Duebel's 1982 horror film is now available on Blu-ray from Arrow Video, with a new 2K restoration from 35mm release prints and a handful of interviews to enjoy. Alasher fans will be pleased.

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