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Meet the Indoraptor, the scaly, terrifying new villain of Jurassic World
‘Jurassic World’ uses the DNA of a beloved franchise to build a bold, new universe
Rosemary’s Baby is the mother of modern horror
Riveting documentary The Cleaners puts a sad face on social media’s gatekeepers
Reality strikes for young newlyweds in Paper Year
Predictable American Animals should have stayed in class
Octavio is Dead leaves us cold
Dinosaurs lose their bite in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
New movie starring Kevin Spacey to be released in August
Rock star Bono’s daughter is on a roll with new film Paper Year
Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman gives MTV award to Waffle House hero James Shaw Jr.
‘Now you can’t throw a rock without hitting a superhero!’ How the world has changed since The Incredibles
Director X marks his spot, from ‘Hotline Bling’ to ‘Superfly’
Looking for a light comedy? Tag isn’t it
Beast is a memorable debut for director Michael Pearce
Incredibles 2 is reliably fun if not quite incredible
Incredibles 2 is dream job for Sophia Bush
Shooting begins for Wonder Woman sequel with return of . . .
Once sidelined, romantic comedies rise again this summer
Superfly gets a 21st century update from Director X
Eunice Gayson, first James Bond girl, dead at 90
Reese Witherspoon confirms Legally Blonde 3 in true Elle Woods style
The Accountant of Auschwitz takes a sobering look at Nazi prosecutions
Hereditary director Ari Aster preys on his own deepest fears
All-female Ocean’s 8 has too much scamming, not enough style
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? recalls Mister Rogers as a decent, and groundbreaking, TV icon
Jodie Foster and Sterling K. Brown make Hotel Artemis well worth the stay
Climate doc Metamorphosis needs a big screen for maximum impact
Hereditary will scare you out of your genes
Charlize Theron, Oscar Isaac to star in animated Addams Family reboot
Pals Sterling K. Brown and Brian Tyree Henry check in to Hotel Artemis together
A Weinstein-inspired horror movie set in Toronto? TIFF is willing to talk about it
Sandra Bullock: I almost quit acting over Hollywood sexism
It’s city-eat-city in Peter Jackson’s adaptation of Mortal Engines
Jodie Foster: ‘Hell-bent’ on a transformation in Hotel Artemis
Black Cop an uncompromising debut for Halifax director Cory Bowles
Juliette Binoche looks for amour in Let the Sunshine In
Melancholy Black Kite flies in the face of oppression
Have faith in First Reformed, Paul Schrader’s best film in two decades
Shailene Woodley talks peanut butter, seasickness and all things Adrift
In praise of Caddyshack, the ‘glorious disaster’ that endured
Adrift’s Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin are lovers in a dangerous tide
The Happytime Murders wins legal fight against Sesame Street
Production begins on Top Gun sequel
Toronto radio station Q107’s Psychedelic Sunday signs off, and it’s a bummer for loyal listeners, man
Solo sputters in takeoff at box office
Daniel Craig to return as 007, Danny Boyle at helm for 25th Bond film
We expected a female winner at Cannes 2018, but Cate Blanchett kept her word
Han Solo delivers the goods in Solo: A Star Wars Story
On Chesil Beach, honeymoon dreams run aground
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