These bad guys have dominated 2022.
Whether you're a fan or not, there's no arguing that many musicians led the kind of lives that are perfect to watch over a tub of popcorn.
Because love is always meant to be embraced and celebrated.
Gotham highlights mental health.
Riddle me this...
Okay, but 200 takes is a lot...
Zoë Kravitz Killed It As Last Night's "SNL" Host With Some Help From Her "The Batman" Costar Paul Dano
"Let's find this f***ing cat."
"Let's play a game."
Paul Dano's portrayal of the Riddler will stick in your heads long after the credits roll.
Riddle me this! Who looks good in green? You!
I wonder what Batman will look like 50 years from now.
BRB, taking the Batmobile to the nearest movie theater.
Paul Dano Says He Wrapped Himself In Plastic Wrap For "The Batman" To The Point Where He Had Trouble Sleeping
"My head was just throbbing with heat."
"The Batman" Director Called Robert Pattinson's Casting "Fated" Since He Initially Wanted The Actor To Play Bruce Wayne
"I thought, What if Rob doesn't want to play Batman? This will be a disaster."
For real, this casting.
~Love is in the air~.
We know that's the point of acting, but still...
And the Oscar goes to...
Dano joins Zoë Kravitz and Robert Pattinson, who have already been cast in the film.
In the scramble to extract big meaning (and meaty roles) from true crime stories, scripted series like Dirty John and Escape at Dannemora may make them less interesting.
There is too much TV, so let us try to help you!
Despite that, it's pretty funny.
Let Daniel Radcliffe help you find out.
You know all about the big films opening in July, but here are some smaller ones you won't want to miss.
Well, this sure is different.
BuzzFeed News shared a sauna with Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, who've put Daniel Radcliffe in the strangest role in his career.
Aaron Guzikowski, who wrote the Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal movie, says, "I was very surprised that we were allowed to keep that ending." Spoilers start RIGHT AWAY.
Prisoners is a tough movie about complex people, and it just opened with $21 million at the box office. Perhaps it's premature to declare the death of the mature movie drama?