IndieWire

All Photos Twitter.com
The directors of Netflix's animated feature "Back to the Outback" chatted with IndieWire about their animated love letter to the Australian Outback and the creatures that inhabit it. Read: bit.ly/3pEpp5e
Viewers who stayed for #DontLookUp's mid- and post-credits scenes were in for some wild surprises. Adam McKay explains the last-minute origins of the brontaroc creature (spoilers ahead): bit.ly/3z658Jb
As the 2021 Box Office Ends on a High, the Future of Theatrical Releasing Remains Unclear bit.ly/3FIijCG
The Palm Springs International Film Festival has canceled its entire event for 2022, meaning screenings will not take place this January 7-17 as planned. bit.ly/3pf9HgV
“Beauty and the Beast” meets online bullying in #Belle, a hyper-modern anime riff on the classic fairy tale from “Miraï” director Mamoru Hosoda. It's one of best films of 2022 that we've already seen: bit.ly/3pEudrD
Donald Glover’s #Atlanta is finally returning to FX March 24. In case you missed it, watch the trailer for the long-awaited third season, which finds the series and its characters in Europe: bit.ly/3H3a7gu
#TheBookOfBobaFett Review: Disney’s Obligatory Spinoff Plods Through an Aimless Premiere bit.ly/3JnC30F
Leonardo DiCaprio’s 11 Best Performances Ranked bit.ly/3mJbpFM
‘Back to the Outback’: The Netflix Animated Feature Embraces the Beauty of Our Differences bit.ly/3pEpp5e
Zack Snyder has released a first look at concept art for his upcoming Netflix film #RebelMoon, which the director says is inspired by "Star Wars." Principal photography is set to begin in a few months. bit.ly/3EEu1Nh
Meryl Streep’s Shocking #DontLookUp Mid-Credits Fate Came from Her Own Improv bit.ly/3z658Jb
Chloé Zhao: ‘Really Bleak’ Original #Eternals Ending Didn’t ‘Go Down Well with Audiences’ bit.ly/3ECt4VE
For #BeingTheRicardos, costume designer Sysan Lyall dressed Nicole Kidman in high-waisted trousers modeled after Katherine Hepburn and Lauren Bacall – two women who epitomized feminine modernity in the early ’50s: bit.ly/3FlSdFq #IWCraftConsiderations
#SquidGame Creator Teases Third Season at Netflix — Even Without Confirmed Season 2 bit.ly/3pEwLGd
The 15 Best Films of 2022 We’ve Already Seen bit.ly/3pEudrD
Emma Watson Almost Quit #HarryPotter When Fame ‘Hit Home in a Big Way’ bit.ly/3EEs8zU
"Halo," "Masters of the Air," "The Lord of the Rings," and "Obi-Wan" are coming to our screens in 2022. bit.ly/3FECNMw
From "The Night House" to "Cryptozoo," we've gathered a list of the 2021 indies that deserve way more attention. Check it out: bit.ly/3px3Kw9
Penélope Cruz leads Pedro Almodóvar's most political film, and a South African military drama sizzles in the best LGBTQ movies of the year. bit.ly/3JpDvPP
Kirsten Dunst has been crafting powerhouse performances since she was a child, but there’s something different at the heart of Rose in “The Power of the Dog." We named it one of the best performances of 2021: bit.ly/3lNdqQF
Broadly speaking, #StationEleven is about the creation of art. And the creation of art involves the artist absorbing elements of reality, then reflecting them back into the world around them. This is what Miranda does. bit.ly/3FE8plz
Didn’t get everything you wanted this holiday season? After-Christmas sales are a great way to save big on the items you’ve been eyeing all year. Here's our guide: bit.ly/3sD826P
Rob Legato discusses the future of the LED stage wall as an alternative to location shooting, and crossing the uncanny valley with digital de-aging. bit.ly/3H8oVKK
On our Toolkit podcast earlier this year, we spoke with “In the Heights” director Jon M. Chu, cinematographer Alice Brooks, and choreographer Christopher Scott about creating the magical “When the Sun Goes Down” scene. Revisit the episode here: bit.ly/3zkkry9
The 25 Best After-Christmas Sales to Shop Right Now bit.ly/3sD826P
Connoisseurs of acting craft love to talk about “versatility,” but few performers in 2021 displayed quite so much range as Jamie Dornan, who shone in both “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar” and “Belfast": bit.ly/3lNdqQF
“The Matrix Resurrections” has been garnering praise from critics and fans for its meta take on the trilogy. The film's producer reveals one scene in particular that was even more meta than audiences knew. bit.ly/3EFdokh
A lot has happened since Netflix first introduced the world to Navarro College’s cheerleading squad in #Cheer. Watch the trailer for the long-awaited Season 2, out January 12: bit.ly/3sFVsnE
Joe Wright and production designer Sarah Greenwood discuss making the setting of #Cyrano “a fantasy version of a place and a time,” rather than a replication of 1640 France where the original play is set: bit.ly/32hEDo6 @mgmstudios @CyranoMovie
"Faya Dayi," Jessica Beshir's striking, black and white hybrid docu-drama, is a film that stays wriggling around in your mind. We named it one of the best documentaries of 2021 – read @TambayObenson's review: bit.ly/32y21Oj
“These are two people in love, desperately trying to hold onto their marriage,” said #BeingTheRicardos production designer Jon Hutman. “And the question I had to ask is how to support that with my design.” bit.ly/3FlSdFq #IWCraftConsiderations
In Season 2 of #EmilyInParis, our empathy for Emily is waning. But rather than tearing her down to build her back up, the show acts like its star and pushes forward blindly. Lily Collins stands by her character, but are viewers meant to do the same? bit.ly/32pTJaN
Shatara Michelle Ford's "Test Pattern" is a perceptive and often painful examination of sexual assault, relationship dynamics, racial divides, and the corrosive power of violence. It's one of the overlooked indies from 2021 you can't miss: bit.ly/3px3Kw9
There are many movies about victims telling their stories for the first time. #Procession is one of the few to put survivors in control of the narrative itself. We named it one of the best docs of 2021. Revisit @erickohn's conversation with the team: bit.ly/3FdNB3m
A 4th #TheMatrix Movie Could Have Happened Without Lana Wachowski at the Helm bit.ly/3EFdokh
Not only do end-of-year lists provide an excuse to look back on the year that was, but they help audiences find more, better TV. Here's @BenTTravers' roundup of the best shows of 2021: bit.ly/3D7mlSR
From "Greenleaf" to "L.A.'s Finest," "Nightflyers," and "Top Boy," there's something here to suit almost every palate. bit.ly/3GaS5bQ
This holiday weekend, Christmas-related older movies accounted half of the slots on VOD charts. That’s a record share of non-recent titles. Consider that a sign of a partial return to theater supremacy, at least for the moment. bit.ly/3EtxZbq
"Sing 2" is Illumination’s most ambitious work to date in terms of design, costumes, animation, choreography, playlist, and performance. @BillDesowitz writes: bit.ly/3EiVQdO
Netflix Docuseries #Cheer Releases Trailer for Season 2 bit.ly/3sFVsnE
Penélope Cruz gives her very best Pedro Almodóvar performance in PARALLEL MOTHERS and she had better be nominated for it. Here’s our conversation about the collaboration. See the movie now if you can…Academy folks, you have no excuse! indiewire.com/video/penelope…
Retweeted by IndieWire
Penélope Cruz Had to Reel in Her Emotions for ‘Parallel Mothers’ — Until a Pivotal Scene bit.ly/3He6NPF (#IWAwardsSpotlight | Presented by @AmazonStudios)
The best film and TV posters of 2021 include unforgettable one-sheets for #Dune, "Licorice Pizza," and Showtime's buzzy new series "Yellowjackets." Check out our 25 favorites of the year here: bit.ly/3xQL10L
Daniele Massaccesi, #TheMatrixResurrections DP, was initially tempted to reference the earlier Matrixes, but Lana Wachowski stopped him. “She would say, ‘Don’t worry about those, this is a different movie." bit.ly/3FnQ2RE
#CloseToMe: Sundance Now’s Psychological Drama Is Well-Acted but Clings to Convention bit.ly/3FjB6nv
‘Compartment No. 6’ Trailer: Two Strangers Head to the Arctic by Train in Finnish Oscar Contender bit.ly/3FEz2H3
‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Has Something To Say — in Season 15, and Beyond bit.ly/3elpapy
#StationEleven: How the Brilliant Episode 3 Explores the Miraculous Tragedy of Art bit.ly/3FE8plz
Sparks, Beyoncé, and U2 lead an all-star group of legendary musicians who will lose to Billie Eilish's Bond song at the #Oscars next year. Here are the 15 Best Original Song shortlist contenders, ranked from worst to best: bit.ly/3stcyEP
Michael Sarnoski’s debut #Pig is made all the more remarkable because it reflects the wisdom of a much older man, and the patience of a master. It's one of the best first features of 2021: bit.ly/3ssz29g
Twiends™ uses the Twitter™ API, displays it's logo & trademarks, and is not endorsed or certified by them. These items remain the property of Twitter. We do not sell followers, we only provide display advertising. Bots & fake accounts are not permitted on twiends. © 2009
Grow Your Twitter Free
Want To Grow Your Twitter?
We help other people find and follow you on Twitter.
Key Info:
Started in 2009
Over 6 million signups
Country targeting provided
We never auto tweet to your timeline
We never auto follow others
We actively moderate our community
Please Share
Please upgrade your browser  chrome