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SAG Awards 2024: ‘Oppenheimer’ Dominates the Night

The film took the top prize, and its stars Cillian Murphy and Robert Downey Jr. earned solo acting honors. Lily Gladstone and Da’Vine Joy Randolph also won.

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By Kyle Buchanan

Reporting from Los Angeles

Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer” scored three big wins at the 30th Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday night, adding even more industry prizes to its formidable war chest.

The film’s top honor, the SAG Award for best ensemble, brought cast members, including Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr. and Emily Blunt, to the stage. Their co-star Kenneth Branagh noted that they were last together in July, when they walked out of the biopic’s premiere in solidarity with the SAG-AFTRA strike.

“This is a full-circle moment for us,” Branagh said.

Thus far, “Oppenheimer” has won top prizes at the Golden Globes, BAFTA and Critics Choice Awards and is considered the front-runner for the best picture Oscar. Last year’s best-picture winner, “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” also triumphed at the SAGs first , though only five of the last 10 ensemble winners have gone on to Oscar glory.

The SAG Awards have a much better track record when it comes to clarifying the individual acting races, since those winners have matched up exactly with the Oscars each of the last two years. In the competitive best actor race, “Oppenheimer” star Murphy triumphed over Paul Giamatti (“The Holdovers”) and Bradley Cooper (“Maestro”), among others, for his performance as the physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, who led the Manhattan Project to develop the atomic bomb during World War II.

And though “Poor Things” star Emma Stone won the BAFTA for best actress last weekend, “Killers of the Flower Moon” star Lily Gladstone triumphed at SAG for her turn as an Osage woman whose family members are murdered by her husband (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his uncle (Robert De Niro).

In the supporting races, SAG honored Da’Vine Joy Randolph , who played a grieving school cook in “The Holdovers,” and Downey, who delivered a seething performance as a political operative in “Oppenheimer.” Both stars have dominated the season and will almost certainly cruise to Oscar-night victory.

“Why me, why now? Why do things seem to be going my way?” Downey joked in his latest acceptance speech, adding, “Unlike my fellow nominees, I will never grow tired from the sound of my voice.”

In her own speech, Randolph sought to inspire her fellow actors.

“How lucky are we to do what we do?” she said. “For every actor out there waiting for their chance, let me tell you that your life can change in a day.”

Elsewhere at the ceremony, Barbra Streisand accepted a lifetime achievement award with what seemed like a reference to the current world situation. Noting that Hollywood was built by studio chiefs like Samuel Goldwyn and Louis B. Mayer, men who fled antisemitism in Eastern Europe, she said, “Now I dream of a world where such prejudice is a thing of the past.”

But the actress, filmmaker and singer focused mostly on her love of film, fondly recalling going to the movies at a theater near Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn. “That make-believe world was much more pleasant than anything I experienced,” she said, explaining that she didn’t like reality. “I wanted to be in the movies.”

Later, as a working actress, she recalled, her first film, “Funny Girl” (1968), set the tone for her career, thanks to the director, William Wyler, and the cinematographer, Harry Stradling. “They had no problem with young women with opinions,” she added.

Here is the complete list of SAG winners.

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Cillian Murphy, “Oppenheimer”

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Lily Gladstone, “Killers of the Flower Moon”

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Robert Downey Jr., “Oppenheimer”

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Da’Vine Joy Randolph, “The Holdovers”

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Stephen King's It

With the new adaptation of Stephen King's It hitting theaters on Sept. 8, here's the full collection of preview images that have been released.

Hello, fellow kids. Wanna play?

Not so funny.

The clown is the favorite form a shapeshifting evil presence that lives beneath the town of Derry, Maine, and feeds off of the fear of its victims. It has lived there for ages, and it creates a toxic mood of violence and cruelty among the townsfolk.

"Dontcha want your boat, Georgie?"

The beast wakes to feed every 27 years, and one of his first victims in the new cycle is little Georgie Denbrough, who goes out into the rain to sail a paper boat he made with his brother ... and never returns.

Man Behind the Mask

Although Pennywise takes many forms, he is primarily played by Bill Skarsgård, who got the job because he didn't require any make-up or costume. That's just how he looks and dresses in real life.

Behold the Losers

These are the kids who unite to fight the creature: Bill Denbrough ( Midnight Special ’s Jaeden Lieberher) whose little brother Georgie was snatched by It the autumn before; Mike Hanlon (Chosen Jacobs), who's one of the only black residents in town; Beverly Marsh (Sophia Lillis) who has been tormented by false slut-shaming rumors; wisecracking Richie “Trashmouth” Tozier ( Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard); small-fry and hypochondriac Eddie Kaspbrak (Jack Dylan Grazer); the logical, prepared Boy Scout Stan Uris (Wyatt Oleff), who's used to be persecuted for being Jewish; and heavyset Ben Hanscom (Jeremy Ray Taylor), who is also new to town.

Stronger Together

One reason "The Losers" are able to fight back is because they shed their fear. All of them have been so badly beaten and abused by life, that they have a greater sense of empathy than the other residents of the town. They see things in each other that other's don't. They also see the truth about It that others refused to believe.

Into the Sewers

One creepy house in town stands over a well that dates back to pioneer times. This well is a pipeline directly into the lair of It, who navigates the subterranean labyrinth with ease. The dark, wet, rotting caverns are its home.

Light in August

In the summertime shortly before returning to school, the Losers begin to piece together the history of It -- and how the creature has manipulated their town. A series of slides matching sewer entrances with murders helps them to connect the crimes and the creature.

The original cover for Stephen King's 1986 novel features a green claw clutching the rails of a sewer grate, and this moment from the film pays homage to that as Pennywise shreds his white gloves to reveal a hand that is far from human.

We All Float

In this reveal of Pennywise's costume, designed by Janie Bryant ( Deadwood, Mad Men) you can see that the creature's feet don't necessarily touch the ground. Here's the full story about creating the look of the killer clown .

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The network of storm drains is littered with cast-off items – a doll, a single roller skate, a bouncing ball. This is more than trash. These are the remnants of other lost children whose fears have fed the beast beneath their twisted town. The deeper they go, the closer they get to It's hive.

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“The final confrontation happens in the lair where Pennywise lives, a big cistern, a circular space that resembles a cooling tower,” says director Andy Muschietti (2013's Mama ). Bill may find what he’s looking for. And he may regret ever having searched.

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This sequence of concept art reveals the descent. In the first frame, we see Bill with his friend Bev Marsh (Sophia Lillis), but in the finished film he's with different buddies. “He actually comes in with some of the Losers. Richie and Eddie. And they meet Ben in that scene," the director says.

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Bill Denbrough and one of his friends descend from a rope in the well, located in the basement of that creepy house. (The filmmakers ended up losing the vest jacket look — too Marty McFly.)

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10 Horror Movies More Deserving of the Best Picture Oscar than the Winner

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It's no secret that in the nearly 100 years of ceremonies, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has not particularly been kind when it comes to recognizing the talent and groundbreaking films in the horror genre. Whether it's completely passing over an amazing performance such as Lupita Nyong'o in Us or Toni Collette in Hereditary or just outright ignoring the technical craft and visuals, horror films are often ignored during awards season because of their dated status as a taboo genre.

On top of this, not every single Best Picture-winning film has stood the test of time in terms of legacy and influence on the modern state of cinema as it is known. Especially when compared to the great number of influential and genre-defining horror films from across film history, it's easy to see that several of these terrifying movies deserved the Best Picture Oscar far more than the actual winners . Horror has certainly had numerous legendary and still widely beloved films from the very beginning of the medium, and it's a shame that the academy so rarely gives the genre its dues.

10 'Dracula' (1931)

4th academy awards winner: 'cimarron' (1931).

Dracula lurks in the shadows in the 1933 film.

The classic Universal monster movie that helped usher in the first massive boom of horror in Hollywood, Dracula is still held in high regard as one of the best outings of the legendary Prince of Darkness. Aspects such as Bela Lugosi 's legendary lead performance and the beautiful cinematography and lighting have helped the film hold a powerful legacy as one of the greatest horror movies of early Hollywood.

Conversely, the year's actual Best Picture winner, Cimarron , is rarely recognized or remembered at all for its own merits, only ever referenced as an early Best Picture winner. While the film holds some value as the first Western to ever win Best Picture , which is no small feat, Cimarron 's standards and messages have easily paid the price and don't come close to holding up to modern film standards, especially compared to Dracula , a film that is still revered and influential to this day. There's no doubt as to which film is more commonly recognized as a cinematic milestone.

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9 'King Kong' (1933)

6th academy awards winner: 'cavalcade' (1933).

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While there have been many interpretations of the classic giant primate story on the big screen, the original 1933 King Kong still holds a powerful legacy and influence in film history, horror or otherwise. The stop-motion animation used in King Kong still holds up today and was a genuine miracle of filmmaking for the era, creating a terrifying yet enthralling experience that holds up as one of the first true horror blockbuster events.

However, the film that would take home Best Picture, Cavalcade , is widely regarded nowadays as one of the most forgettable and least popular Best Picture winners of all time . Even without the continued legacy and franchise continuation of King Kong , the original film's craft and beauty have helped it exude a much greater legacy than a below-average historical epic of the time. While Cavalcade is just another old Hollywood movie to be forgotten in the years to come, King Kong continues to surmount a legacy thanks to the ingenuity and strength of its craft.

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8 'invasion of the body snatchers' (1956), 29th academy awards winner: 'around the world in 80 days' (1956).

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While the 1978 remake is more commonly recognized, the original Invasion of the Body Snatchers still holds up tremendously thanks to its stellar filmmaking chops from director Don Siegel and its timeless themes of paranoia. The film expertly plays into the fears and terrors surrounding American culture at the time, combined with high-rising tension and precise execution, making it a bonafide classic in the horror genre. Especially for a film released nearly 70 years ago, its themes and messages still hold up tremendously, creating a timeless cinematic experience.

At the same time, the 1956 adventure film Around the World in 80 Days is not even the most recognized and memorable version of the story, often overshadowed by the original novel and its numerous adaptations. The film achieved nothing more than being a feel-good fantasy-adventure romp. Around the World in 80 Days may have charmed audiences of the era but hasn't left anything close to the impact and legacy of Invasion of the Body Snatchers .

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7 'The Birds' (1963)

36th academy awards winner: 'tom jones' (1963).

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The original master of suspense and horror filmmaking, Alfred Hitchcock, would find himself nominated for Academy Awards throughout his history as an acclaimed filmmaker. Alas, his horror masterpieces were rarely recognized. One of Hitchcock's most legendary movies that didn't receive its due justice by the academy was The Birds , the horror staple about the world's bird population getting revenge on humanity. The film only received a single nomination for Best Visual Effects, but it wouldn't even take home the win.

Instead, the year's actual Best Picture winner, Tom Jones , is only recognized nowadays for its bizarre execution. Whereas The Birds is considered a timeless classic, Tom Jones often ranks among the all-time worst Best Picture winners . The Birds , as well as the rest of Hitchcock's legendary horror filmography, continue to grow in notoriety in the wider film culture as a whole, so it's not like they need the statuette, anyway.

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6 'Rosemary's Baby' (1968)

41st academy award winner: 'oliver' (1968).

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The film that took home Best Picture for 1968 was the musical Oliver! , one of many film adaptations of the Charles Dickens classic, Oliver Twist . While far from bad, it's difficult to compare one of the most ingenious and groundbreaking original horror movies of all time with simply another Dickens adaptation . Even when it comes to musical fans, Oliver! doesn't particularly have a die-hard following as much as other Best Picture-winning musicals like Chicago or West Side Story .

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5 'The Exorcist' (1973)

46th academy awards winner: 'the sting' (1973).

Linda Blair as Regan MacNeil staring at the camera in 'The Exorcist'

One of the most successful and genre-revolutionizing horror movies of all time, The Exorcist completely upended and redefined exactly what was possible when it came to horror movies on the big screen. It made a massive splash upon its release, earning as many controversies as it had successes and quickly surmounting an infamous legacy as possibly the scariest movie of all time . Its undeniable quality would result in it earning 10 nominations and 2 wins at the 46th Academy Awards, including becoming the first horror movie nominated for Best Picture.

The film that beat The Exorcist in the head to head was George Roy Hill 's The Sting , a crime comedy that swept the ceremony, winning 7 Academy Awards. It would be blasphemous to call The Sting an undeserving winner; it's among the best crime films of the 20th century with one of cinema's all-time great screenplays. However, is The Sting greater than The Exorcist , a film that pushed boundaries and challenged expectations, building a legacy that few other cinematic feats can match? The Academy simply wouldn't give a film as controversial as The Exorcist the award, resulting in one of the most defining films of a generation missing out on a well-deserved Best Picture win.

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4 'Alien' (1979)

52nd academy awards winner: 'kramer vs. kramer' (1979).

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Ridley Scott 's sci-fi horror masterpiece has made a permanent mark in the realm of not just horror but filmmaking as a whole, as one of the most prominent and iconic films of its era. Alien 's simplistic premise of a futuristic space crew left on their own to deal with a deadly alien predator makes for one of the most enthralling and terrifying films of all time. Despite its massive critical praise at the time, the film would only receive two Academy Award nominations for visual effects and art direction.

Kramer vs. Kramer , on the other hand, is just a well-made drama of the era, following the events surrounding an impending divorce and its impact on the duo's son, Billy. While Kramer vs. Kramer was certainly one of the most critically acclaimed films of the year in its time, Alien has since become a titan of the horror genre and is considered one of the greatest movies of all time . Especially when considering how many horror and sci-fi films can find their roots and origins back to Alien , it's easy to see the film having more impact than just another great drama.

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3 'The Shining' (1980)

53rd academy awards winner: 'ordinary people' (1980).

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While originally considered a critical failure at the time, Stanley Kubrick 's The Shining quickly found itself taking a new life of its own as one of the most meticulously crafted and legendary horror films of all time. The more symbolic and psychological methods that the film took towards horror and its multilayered themes have made it a point of discussion and analysis for the decades since its initial release. Modern audiences are quick to tout The Shining as one of the greatest movies of all time, horror or otherwise. However, the Academy snubbed it entirely, refusing to nominate its performances or directing.

The 53rd Academy Awards awarded Ordinary People Best Picture, once again recognizing a heavy family drama that tackled difficult and traumatic topics. Ordinary People has certainly stood the test of time and is often considered among the decade's best winners. However, it has not maintained the cultural relevance of The Shining , a film that only grows in standing with each new year. Ordinary People and The Shining are both great movies, but the latter is undeniably better regarded , influencing a new wave of psychological horror films in the process.

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2 'the thing' (1982), 55th academy awards winner: 'gandhi' (1982).

The creature in 'The Thing', appearing as a deformed human head

One of many horror masterpieces from director John Carpenter , the 1982 remake of The Thing was not critically acclaimed at the time of its release. Like The Shining , the film was also a commercial failure; fast forward forty years, and it is widely beloved and recognized for its masterful special effects work and brilliant usage of silence . The Thing has only grown in standing as time goes on, as audiences become aware that it might just be Carpenter's magnum opus.

Ironically, the opposite can be said for the film that won Best Picture that year, Gandhi , as it has aged rather poorly in the years since its release. While Gandhi was a massive critical success at the time, aspects such as Ben Kingsley 's lead performance, the sluggish 3+ hour runtime, and its overall retelling of Gandhi's story from a white lens have made it considerably less acclaimed than when it was first released. Only with the hindsight of the modern era can one conclude that The Thing most definitely deserved Best Picture more than Gandhi .

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1 'the sixth sense' (1999), 72nd academy awards winner: 'american beauty' (1999).

Cole Sear lying in bed scared in 'The Sixth Sense'

Another of the very few horror movies nominated for Best Picture , The Sixth Sense told a haunting and engaging mystery that captivated audiences. The terrific directing from M. Night Shyamalan , combined with powerful lead performances from Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment , helped the film become a massive hit with both general audiences and The Academy. It earned 6 nominations at the 72nd Academy Awards but lost out on Best Picture.

Instead, American Beauty prevailed. For a long time, the film was considered an all-time classic but has been reexamined and dwindled in relevance in recent years. Subsequently, The Sixth Sense would grow more and more in the eyes of the public with its poignant and timeless story. It's hard to fault the Academy too much for this one: American Beauty made sense at the time, but a cool head and some hindsight make it painfully clear that The Sixth Sense is the superior movie by a mile.

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The internet is having great fun trashing Madame Web , the latest superhero blockbuster to crash and burn at the box office, a film seemingly made for no one.

Madame Web sits at an eye-watering 13% on Rotten Tomatoes (with an audience score of 57%). It has been described as “the worst Spider-Man film,” the “worst superhero film of all time,” and “one of the worst films ever made.”

All of the positive commentary is ironic, praising the film’s incoherent plot and listless performances as hugely entertaining.

Even Madame Web herself, Dakota Johnson, couldn’t hide her contempt for the film, with Johnson’s incredibly unenthusiastic press tour already the stuff of legend. Johnson, who hasn’t bothered to watch Madame Web , jokingly described the film’s plot as “AI-generated,” and dropped her talent agency the week after the much-mocked trailer was released.

The fan subreddit for the film, r/MadameWeb, is filled with amusingly lukewarm posts defending the film as “slightly overhated” and cautiously asking if the sub is “a safe space for people who enjoyed this movie?”

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An all-female superhero movie bombing is normally red meat for “anti-woke” commentators, but strikingly, there is no culture war around this movie, no fans defending the film as some kind of misunderstood feminist masterpiece; all the haters are united in glee.

This is a spoiler, so be warned, but this is a film in which the villain is killed by literal product placement.

It is a film that revolves around the birth of Peter Parker, but cannot say his name. It is a film with a gaping hole in the center, the plot defined by its missing piece — a Spider-Man film without Spider-Man.

Madame Web is one of those rare misfires that prompts one to wonder how it was made in the first place, or who it was even made for.

How could Sony’s team of professional filmmakers, tasked with turning obscure Spider-Man side-characters into audience favorites, watch the final cut of Madame Web and say, “this is fine,” like that dog who sips coffee while his home burns?

Let’s start at the beginning.

Sony Tried To Make Spider-Man Movies Without Spider-Man

Superhero movies aren’t doing so well nowadays — audiences have made it very clear that the novelty has worn off, that mediocrity is not worth the price of a cinema ticket.

The most popular characters, Batman, the Joker, Wolverine and Spider-Man, still seem to be consistent box office draws; Sony’s animated Into The Spider-Verse films and Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home trilogy are beloved by fans and critics, but there’s a separate cinematic universe solely populated by Spider-Man side-characters that Sony has been cultivating since Venom .

It’s unclear if casual moviegoers understand that Morbius , Madame Web and the two Venom films are not official MCU films, because the lines are blurry, and cinematic universes have long spiraled into messy, interconnected webs that are exhausting to keep track of.

Venom has always been a popular Spider-Man villain, but Tom Hardy’s fun performance as Eddie Brock helped inject a great deal of personality into an otherwise average film. Jared Leto’s dour performance as Morbius did nothing but spark memes, and Dakota Johnson’s bafflement seems to radiate onscreen in Madame Web .

It’s not enough anymore; being Spider-Man’s friend or nemesis just doesn’t matter. The golden age of superhero blockbusters has passed, but studios are still desperately trying to emulate the Avengers model, to introduce a team through solo origin stories, then have them team up to fight a greater threat and rake in a billion dollars at the box office.

It’s been more than a decade since The Avengers first assembled, and culture moved on — it’s supposed to — superhero fans now have stories that push the genre in new directions, like The Boys and Invincible. Despite the shift, most superhero blockbusters still lean on origin stories and post-credits scenes to build anticipation.

It’s possible to turn obscure comic book characters into rockstars — look at how James Gunn’s strong creative voice launched the Guardians of the Galaxy into the spotlight — but studios cannot rely on weak connections to more popular characters.

Especially if Spider-Man never appears on screen.

The ‘Surf Dracula’ Effect Is Killing Superhero Movies

“Surf Dracula” is a term birthed by a famous tweet complaining that every reboot has turned into a slow, tedious origin story.

While it was fun to watch Iron Man slowly assemble his armor, or see Peter Parker learn to be Spider-Man, the audience has become fatigued with slow starts.

In Marvel comics, Madame Web is an elderly, blind woman in a wheelchair, and Sony intended to create a franchise where she leads a younger team of Spider-Women, including Euphoria’s Sydney Sweeney.

I think that audiences would have genuinely liked that movie — the film could have jumped straight into this situation with no explanation — we all understand the tropes of the genre very well at this point.

Madame Web , however, holds the audience hostage, forcing viewers to see how the titular hero becomes blind and wheelchair-bound, to tease a team of Spider-Women that never actually arrives.

The failure of Madame Web has already killed that Spider-Woman franchise, because audiences do not want to waste their time sitting through yet another origin story, to be teased with an exciting sequel that doesn’t exist yet.

There’s another Sony “Not Spider-Man” movie on the horizon, Kraven the Hunter , which tells the origin story of an obsessive hunter who seeks to capture the ultimate prey — Spider-Man.

As you might have guessed, Spider-Man won’t be in it.

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In August 1991, an accomplished freelance writer named Danny Casolaro was found in a scene at the Sheraton Hotel in West Virginia that was so hideously bloody that one of the respondents reportedly fainted. With multiple slash wounds to his wrists, the medical examiner ruled Casolaro’s death a suicide, but those close to the journalist instantly suspected something was wrong with that story. It’s not just some of the questionable details of his death, including someone who may have been seen with Danny in his final days, but the fact that Casolaro was investigating something earth-shattering when he went to West Virginia, reportedly meeting a contact for a story he was working on that would have rocked the world. Did Casolaro anger the wrong people? Netflix digs into Danny Casolaro’s story with an effective four-part mini-series that is more than just a standard true crime series. It's ultimately about various forms of obsession, betrayal, and arguable insanity. “American Conspiracy: The Octopus Murders” sometimes feels like its spinning its own wheels, but that becomes an effective way to replicate what undeniably happened to Danny Casolaro, a man who got so caught up in potential conspiracies that he never found a way out of the rabbit hole, whether what got him there was true or not.

It started with the Inslaw Case. Inslaw, Inc. was a D.C.-based company who developed a software in the early ‘80s called PROMIS, which they then alleged was essentially stolen by the U.S. government, leading to multiple Congressional investigations that involved famous ‘80s political names like William Barr and Janet Reno. This was a big deal. More than just mere governmental theft, it was claimed that PROMIS was being used in a manner that would rattle international relations. Apparently, it was a simple case management software that the U.S. sold to governments around the world, but they allegedly included a back door that allowed for monitoring from the States. And they didn’t just sell it to our enemies, but our allies too.

Investigating this fascinating story led Casolaro to a man named Michael Riconosciuto, who claimed he put the back door in the software and asserts that he has been an enemy of the real puppet masters of world government ever since. Riconosciuto, who appears in “American Conspiracy,” is a fascinating character, a person who one could easily dismiss as totally deranged, but who also knows just enough verifiable truths to make his stories hard to dismiss. That’s clearly what drew Casolaro into this story, starting with PROMIS and moving onto the theories behind the “October Surprise”—the belief that Ronald Reagan and his cohorts convinced Iran to hold onto their hostages until after the 1980 election so Jimmy Carter wouldn’t get a victory.

Believe it or not, PROMIS and the October Surprise are just the beginning of “American Conspiracy” as Casolaro and Riconosciuto became increasingly convinced that a powerful cabal of leaders—eight of them, to be exact, hence the “Octopus”—were basically controlling the world through a variety of illegal activities. One of them would even become President. Sounds crazy, right? Are you sure?

The story of “American Conspiracy” is obviously intriguing enough, but it’s director Zachary Treitz ’s approach that makes it even more effective. Not only does he approach every element of this story—including even the idea that Danny was murdered—with a heavy dose of skepticism, he tells this twisted tale through the eyes of another journalist, a potential Alice to follow Danny down the rabbit hole. Researcher Christian Hansen becomes obsessed with the Casolaro case and the Octopus murders, and Treitz uses him as a sort of guide as he uncovers new details, and his theories shift and grow. Without overplaying it, “American Conspiracy” really becomes a cautionary tale about the kind of journalism that goes into this many significantly dark corners of the world. One can easily see Hansen succumbing either to enemy forces or even just his own confused trauma if he follows too closely in Casolaro’s footsteps, but the difference is that he has Treitz almost as a lifeline back to reality. One wishes Danny felt like he had one too.

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Beatles to get a Fab Four of biopics, with a movie each for Paul, John, George and Ringo

FILE - The Beatles address the media in the press room of Kennedy International Airport on their arrival, Feb. 7, 1964 in New York. The Beatles are getting the big-screen biopic treatment in not just one but a Fab Four of movies that will give each band member their own film, all of which are to be directed by Sam Mendes. (AP Photo, File)

FILE - The Beatles address the media in the press room of Kennedy International Airport on their arrival, Feb. 7, 1964 in New York. The Beatles are getting the big-screen biopic treatment in not just one but a Fab Four of movies that will give each band member their own film, all of which are to be directed by Sam Mendes. (AP Photo, File)

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NEW YORK (AP) — The Beatles are getting the big-screen biopic treatment in not just one film, but a Fab Four of movies that will give each band member their own spotlight — all of which are to be directed by Sam Mendes.

For the first time, the Beatles, long among the stingiest rights granters, are giving full life and music rights to a movie project. Sony Pictures announced Monday a deal that may dwarf all music biopics that have come before it, with the stories of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr spread out over a quartet of films.

The films, conceived by Mendes, are expected to roll out theatrically in innovative fashion, with the movies potentially coexisting or intersecting in theaters. Precise release plans will be announced at a later date. Sony is targeting 2027 for their release.

McCartney, Starr and the families of John Lennon and George Harrison have all signed off on the project through the band’s Apple Corps. Ltd. Sony Music Publishing controls the rights to the majority of Beatles songs.

The Beatles are getting the biopic treatment:

  • Sam Mendes is set to direct the four films, each told from the perspective of one band member.
  • The band has been the subject of many documentaries, most recently Peter Jackson’s 2021 “The Beatles: Get Back.”
  • Music biopics have meant big business in the last decade, with box-office hits like “ Bohemian Rhapsody, ” “Rocketman” and “Elvis.”
  • Sony is targeting a 2027 release.

“I’m honored to be telling the story of the greatest rock band of all time, and excited to challenge the notion of what constitutes a trip to the movies,” Mendes said in a statement.

Each film will be from the perspective of a Beatle.

“We intend this to be a uniquely thrilling, and epic cinematic experience: four films, told from four different perspectives which tell a single story about the most celebrated band of all time,” said producer Pippa Harris. “To have The Beatles’ and Apple Corps’ blessing to do this is an immense privilege.”

The Beatles’ most famous forays into film were in their early years. Between 1964 and 1970, they appeared in five movies, including “A Hard Day’s Night” (1964) and the animated “Yellow Submarine” (1968). They’ve, of course, been the subject of many documentaries, most recently Peter Jackson’s 2021 “The Beatles: Get Back.”

In 2023, the Beatles reunited with the aid of artificial intelligence in the newly released song “Now and Then.” The recording was made possible by technology used by Jackson on “Get Back,” and featured a music video made by the New Zealand director.

Attempts to dramatize the Beatles’ story have been more sporadic and less impactful. A 1979 biopic, made when Lennon was still alive, called “The Birth of the Beatles” was produced with Beatles original drummer Pete Best as an adviser. The 1994 indie drama “Backbeat” chronicled Lennon’s relationship with Stuart Sutcliffe before the Beatles were famous. “Nowhere Boy” (2009) starred Aaron Taylor-Johnson as a teenage Lennon.

But in the last decade, music biopics have become big business. Box-office hits like “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Rocketman” and “Elvis” have sent Hollywood executives chasing the next jukebox blockbuster. Over Presidents Day weekend, “Bob Marley: One Love,” produced with the Marley estate, was the No. 1 movie in theaters. A Michael Jackson biopic is in production.

“Theatrical movie events today must be culturally seismic. Sam’s daring, large-scale idea is that and then some,” said Tom Rothman, chair and chief executive of Sony Pictures’ Motion Picture Group.

The combination of Mendes’ team “with the music and the stories of four young men who changed the world, will rock audiences all over the globe,” Rothman said. “We are deeply grateful to all parties and look forward ourselves to breaking some rules with Sam’s uniquely artistic vision.”

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<ul class="summary-list"><li>Walt Disney Studios will release a handful of new movies theatrically in 2024 and more on Disney+ and Hulu.</li><li>A new "Alien" movie, a "Lion King" prequel, and a sequel to "Inside Out" are all on the way.</li><li>Ryan Reynolds' anticipated "Deadpool 3" is in theaters July 26.</li></ul><p>Disney's movie release schedule may feel a little lighter in 2024.</p><p>The studio shifted much of its theatrical calendar to 2025, including a live-action "Snow White" adaptation and two Marvel flicks. For the first time <a href="https://www.insider.com/marvel-movie-show-releases-need-feel-special-again-2023-3">since 2014</a>, Disney will release just one Marvel movie.</p><p>Disney is bolstering its theatrical output by taking three Pixar films that originally went straight to streaming and putting them in theaters for the first time.</p><p><em>The following list contains Walt Disney Studios' and Searchlight's theatrical film slates as of December 5, 2023, as well as major movies heading straight to Disney+ and Hulu. It also includes three Pixar movies Disney is releasing for the first time in theaters.</em></p><div class="read-original">Read the original article on <a href="https://www.businessinsider.com/disney-movie-release-dates-this-year-2024-1">Business Insider</a></div>

  • Walt Disney Studios will release a handful of new movies theatrically in 2024 and more on Disney+ and Hulu.
  • A new "Alien" movie, a "Lion King" prequel, and a sequel to "Inside Out" are all on the way.
  • Ryan Reynolds' anticipated "Deadpool 3" is in theaters July 26.

Disney's movie release schedule may feel a little lighter in 2024.

The studio shifted much of its theatrical calendar to 2025, including a live-action "Snow White" adaptation and two Marvel flicks. For the first time since 2014 , Disney will release just one Marvel movie.

Disney is bolstering its theatrical output by taking three Pixar films that originally went straight to streaming and putting them in theaters for the first time.

The following list contains Walt Disney Studios' and Searchlight's theatrical film slates as of December 5, 2023, as well as major movies heading straight to Disney+ and Hulu. It also includes three Pixar movies Disney is releasing for the first time in theaters.

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Anna Kendrick and Wayne Brady also star in the comedy thriller, which Johnson wrote during the pandemic.

<p>When high-school teacher Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx) falls into an open manhole and transforms into a soul, he does everything to try and return to his life on Earth.</p><p>Originally released on Disney+ in 2020, "Soul" wasn't released in theaters (until now) due to the coronavirus pandemic.</p>

"Soul" - January 12

When high-school teacher Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx) falls into an open manhole and transforms into a soul, he does everything to try and return to his life on Earth.

Originally released on Disney+ in 2020, "Soul" wasn't released in theaters (until now) due to the coronavirus pandemic.

<p>The documentary chronicles the first Black pilots, engineers, and scientists to become astronauts.</p><p>"The Space Race" will debut on National Geographic on February 12 before streaming on Disney+ and Hulu the following day.</p>

"The Space Race" — February 13 on Disney+ and Hulu.

The documentary chronicles the first Black pilots, engineers, and scientists to become astronauts.

"The Space Race" will debut on National Geographic on February 12 before streaming on Disney+ and Hulu the following day.

Mei's friends discover she's turning into a giant red panda in "Turning Red." <a>Disney/Pixar</a>

"Turning Red" — February 9

In "Turning Red," 13-year-old Mei Lee's (Rosalie Chiang) dreams of attending a concert with her friends become more difficult when she begins transforming into a massive red panda.

Pixar employees were shocked and disappointed the film was originally sent to Disney+ in 2022 with no theatrical release.

Alberto and Luca spend a summer together exploring the human world as they become close friends. <a>Pixar</a>

"Luca" — March 22

Embraced as an LGBTQ+ film , the coming-of-age story follows a friendship between two sea monsters who spend their summer sneaking to a summer town on the Italian Riviera.

The 2021 movie also skipped a theatrical release, getting sent straight to Disney+ despite the dismay of Pixar staff .

<p>Directed by Arkasha Stevenson, the prequel to 1976's "The Omen" follows an American woman who discovers a conspiracy to give rise to the Antichrist while working at a church in Rome.</p><p>The film stars Nell Tiger Free ("Servant"), Tawfeek Barhorn, Ralph Ineson, and Bill Nighy.</p>

"The First Omen" — April 5

Directed by Arkasha Stevenson, the prequel to 1976's "The Omen" follows an American woman who discovers a conspiracy to give rise to the Antichrist while working at a church in Rome.

The film stars Nell Tiger Free ("Servant"), Tawfeek Barhorn, Ralph Ineson, and Bill Nighy.

<p>The legendary video-game designer confirmed his documentary, which provides a peek into his creative process, <a href="https://twitter.com/HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN/status/1733008758484472067">will be released exclusively on Disney+ in spring 2024</a>.</p>

"Hideo Kojima: Connecting Worlds": Spring on Disney+

The legendary video-game designer confirmed his documentary, which provides a peek into his creative process, will be released exclusively on Disney+ in spring 2024 .

<p>A sequel to 2017's "War for the Planet of the Apes," apes are now the dominant species on Earth while humans live in the shadows several generations after Caesar's rule.</p><p>The fourth film in the franchise, from director Wes Ball ("The Maze Runner" trilogy), picks up under the tyrannical rule of a new ape leader, Proximus Caesar, as a young ape, Noa (Owen Teague), sets out on a journey that causes him to question everything he's known.</p>

"Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes" — May 24

A sequel to 2017's "War for the Planet of the Apes," apes are now the dominant species on Earth while humans live in the shadows several generations after Caesar's rule.

The fourth film in the franchise, from director Wes Ball ("The Maze Runner" trilogy), picks up under the tyrannical rule of a new ape leader, Proximus Caesar, as a young ape, Noa (Owen Teague), sets out on a journey that causes him to question everything he's known.

<p>Set years after the 2015 movie, Riley's now a teenager experiencing new emotions. Inside Riley's head, Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust don't know how to react to Anxiety (Maya Hawke) and a few other new feelings.</p><p>Mindy Kaling and Bill Hader won't reprise their roles of Disgust and Fear and will be replaced by Liza Lapira and Tony Hale, respectively.</p>

"Inside Out 2" — June 14

Set years after the 2015 movie, Riley's now a teenager experiencing new emotions. Inside Riley's head, Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust don't know how to react to Anxiety (Maya Hawke) and a few other new feelings.

Mindy Kaling and Bill Hader won't reprise their roles of Disgust and Fear and will be replaced by Liza Lapira and Tony Hale, respectively.

<p>In one of 2024's most anticipated movies, Hugh Jackman will join Ryan Reynolds' antihero in the next "Deadpool" sequel, reprising his role as X-Men fan-favorite Wolverine.</p><p>Reports and rumors claim fans could be in store for many familiar faces from Marvel's past in the new Shawn Levy-directed film, <a href="https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/deadpool-3-jennifer-garner-returning-as-elektra-1235530539/">including Jennifer Garner's Elektra</a>.</p><p>This is the sole Marvel movie Disney will release in 2024.</p>

Untitled "Deadpool 3" — July 26

In one of 2024's most anticipated movies, Hugh Jackman will join Ryan Reynolds' antihero in the next "Deadpool" sequel, reprising his role as X-Men fan-favorite Wolverine.

Reports and rumors claim fans could be in store for many familiar faces from Marvel's past in the new Shawn Levy-directed film, including Jennifer Garner's Elektra .

This is the sole Marvel movie Disney will release in 2024.

<p>Directed by Fede Álvarez, it will be the first new "Alien" release since Disney <a href="https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/21st-century-fox-completes-distribution-in-connection-with-disney-acquisition-1028041546">acquired Fox in 2019</a>.</p><p>Variety <a href="https://variety.com/2023/film/news/alien-romulus-set-between-first-two-cailee-spaeny-1235810521/">reports</a> the movie will take place between 1979's "Alien" and 1986's "Aliens" and will be titled "Alien: Romulus."</p>

Untitled "Alien" movie — August 16

Directed by Fede Álvarez, it will be the first new "Alien" release since Disney acquired Fox in 2019 .

Variety reports the movie will take place between 1979's "Alien" and 1986's "Aliens" and will be titled "Alien: Romulus."

<p><a href="https://www.empireonline.com/movies/news/rami-malek-starring-in-cia-thriller-the-amateur/">The spy thriller</a> stars Rami Malek as a CIA cryptographer who loses his wife in a terrorist attack. When the agency won't go after her killer due to an internal conflict, Malek's character blackmails the CIA.</p><p>Rachel Brosnahan, Laurence Fishburne, and Julianne Nicholson also star.</p>

"The Amateur" — November 8

The spy thriller stars Rami Malek as a CIA cryptographer who loses his wife in a terrorist attack. When the agency won't go after her killer due to an internal conflict, Malek's character blackmails the CIA.

Rachel Brosnahan, Laurence Fishburne, and Julianne Nicholson also star.

<p>At 2022's D23 Expo, attended by Business Insider, director Barry Jenkins ("Moonlight") said "Mufasa" was an origin story to 2019's "The Lion King" that would shift between the present and past.</p><p>Rafiki, Timon, and Pumbaa will all narrate <a href="https://www.insider.com/mufasa-the-lion-king-prequel-info-2022-9">Mufasa's story</a>, which will show how he came into power.</p><p>"Mufasa was actually an orphaned cub who had to navigate the world alone, by himself," Jenkins said. "In telling this story, we get to experience the real journey of how Mufasa found his place in the Circle of Life."</p>

"Mufasa: The Lion King" — December 20

At 2022's D23 Expo, attended by Business Insider, director Barry Jenkins ("Moonlight") said "Mufasa" was an origin story to 2019's "The Lion King" that would shift between the present and past.

Rafiki, Timon, and Pumbaa will all narrate Mufasa's story , which will show how he came into power.

"Mufasa was actually an orphaned cub who had to navigate the world alone, by himself," Jenkins said. "In telling this story, we get to experience the real journey of how Mufasa found his place in the Circle of Life."

<p>The <a href="https://deadline.com/2023/11/prom-date-movie-kevin-hart-american-high-hulu-1235598322/">coming-of-age comedy</a> from Kevin Hart's production company, Hartbeat, follows best friends who race to find new prom dates after they break up with their dates the day before the big event.</p>

"Prom Dates" — TBD on Hulu

The coming-of-age comedy from Kevin Hart's production company, Hartbeat, follows best friends who race to find new prom dates after they break up with their dates the day before the big event.

<p>Inspired by director Laura Chinn's life, a teen (Nico Parker) takes her brother to live at a facility and forms a friendship with an activist (Woody Harrelson) protesting a landmark medical case. Laura Linney also stars.</p>

"Suncoast": TBD on Hulu

Inspired by director Laura Chinn's life, a teen (Nico Parker) takes her brother to live at a facility and forms a friendship with an activist (Woody Harrelson) protesting a landmark medical case. Laura Linney also stars.

<p>Harriet (Lucy Boynton) discovers that certain songs can send her back in time in the Ned Bronson-directed rom-com.</p><p>She uses the power to relive memories of her ex (David Corenswet) as she discovers a new love interest (Justin H. Min). Eventually, Harriet has to decide whether or not she should change her past.</p>

"The Greatest Hits": TBD on Hulu

Harriet (Lucy Boynton) discovers that certain songs can send her back in time in the Ned Bronson-directed rom-com.

She uses the power to relive memories of her ex (David Corenswet) as she discovers a new love interest (Justin H. Min). Eventually, Harriet has to decide whether or not she should change her past.

<p>The adaptation of <a href="https://affiliate.insider.com?amazonTrackingID=biauto-60160-20&platform=msn_reviews&postID=639a1393aca761253632cdb7&site=in&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FNightbitch-Novel-Rachel-Yoder%2Fdp%2F0385546815&utm_source=msn_reviews">Rachel Yoder's 2021 novel</a> follows a stay-at-home mom (Amy Adams) who believes she may be turning into a dog. </p>

"Nightbitch": TBD on Hulu

The adaptation of Rachel Yoder's 2021 novel follows an artist (Amy Adams) who believes she may be turning into a dog once she becomes a stay-at-home mom.

The movie is directed and written by Marielle Heller ("A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood").

<p>The Searchlight Pictures anthology film will reunite director Yorgos Lanthimos with Emma Stone and Willem Dafoe after 2023's "Poor Things."</p><p>The synopsis is being kept under wraps, but the movie will also star Jesse Plemons, Margaret Qualley, and Joe Alwyn.</p>

"Kind of Kindness": TBD

The Searchlight Pictures anthology film will reunite director Yorgos Lanthimos with Emma Stone and Willem Dafoe after 2023's "Poor Things."

The synopsis is being kept under wraps, but the movie will also star Jesse Plemons, Margaret Qualley, and Joe Alwyn.

<p>A woman (Sarah Paulson) believes a dark presence threatens her family in 1930s Oklahoma as dust storms ravage the area.</p><p>Directed by Will Joines and Karrie Crouse, "Dust" also stars Annaleigh Ashford and Ebon Moss-Bachrach.</p>

"Dust": TBD on Hulu

A woman (Sarah Paulson) believes a dark presence threatens her family in 1930s Oklahoma as dust storms ravage the area.

Directed by Will Joines and Karrie Crouse, "Dust" also stars Annaleigh Ashford and Ebon Moss-Bachrach.

<p>Based on a script from Colby Day which appeared on <a href="https://d1dlq8f5fkueth.cloudfront.net/annual-lists/2016.pdf">2016's Black List</a>, the sci-fi explores the history of the universe through three interconnected storylines that question the past, present, and future of humanity.</p><p>Directed by Andrew Stanton ("Finding Nemo," "Wall-E"), Kate McKinnon, Rashida Jones, and Daveed Diggs star.</p>

"In the Blink of an Eye": TBD Hulu

Based on a script from Colby Day which appeared on 2016's Black List , the sci-fi explores the history of the universe through three interconnected storylines that question the past, present, and future of humanity.

Directed by Andrew Stanton ("Finding Nemo," "Wall-E"), Kate McKinnon, Rashida Jones, and Daveed Diggs star.

<p>Based on <a href="https://affiliate.insider.com?h=28d8bd2fe4c7b4e3159111ef12e9ef9359804dd97d8cf69eee40a7a5bb7e1e99&platform=msn_reviews&postID=6578de3d33f7fba9f64e61d0&postSlug=disney-movie-release-dates-this-year-2024-1&site=bi&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FSupremes-Earls-All-You-Can-Eat-Vintage-Contemporaries%2Fdp%2F0307950433&utm_source=msn_reviews">the best-selling novel</a> of the same name, the drama follows three best friends, The Supremes, whose friendship is tested by heartbreak and sickness.</p><p>Directed by Tina Mabry, the movie stars Uzo Aduba ("Orange Is the New Black"), Aunjanue Ellis, and Sanaa Lathan.</p>

"The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat": TBD on Hulu

Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, the drama follows three best friends, The Supremes, whose friendship is tested by heartbreak and sickness.

Directed by Tina Mabry, the movie stars Uzo Aduba ("Orange Is the New Black"), Aunjanue Ellis, and Sanaa Lathan.

<p>The postapocalyptic rock opera follows a farm girl on her journey to recover a family heirloom. Directed by Geremy Jasper, the film stars Sadie Sink ("Stranger Things"), Kelvin Harrison Jr., Regina Hall, and Murray Bartlett.</p>

"O'Dessa": TBD Hulu

The postapocalyptic rock opera follows a farm girl on her journey to recover a family heirloom. Directed by Geremy Jasper, the film stars Sadie Sink ("Stranger Things"), Kelvin Harrison Jr., Regina Hall, and Murray Bartlett.

<p>Demi Lovato's directorial debut documentary will showcase "the highs and lows of growing up in the spotlight," <a href="https://deadline.com/2023/03/demi-lovato-directorial-debut-child-star-documentary-hulu-1235301556/">according to Deadline</a>.</p><p>"Child Star" is a working title for the movie.</p>

'Child Star': TBD on Hulu

Demi Lovato's directorial debut documentary will showcase "the highs and lows of growing up in the spotlight," according to Deadline .

"Child Star" is a working title for the movie.

<p>The Daisy Ridley-led biopic focuses on competitive swimmer Gertrude Ederle, who won gold at the 1924 Olympics and later became the first woman to swim the English Channel.</p>

"Young Woman and the Sea": TBD on Disney+

The Daisy Ridley-led biopic focuses on competitive swimmer Gertrude Ederle, who won gold at the 1924 Olympics and later became the first woman to swim the English Channel.

<p>Centered around tigers in Asia, "Tiger" is set to be the next Disneynature film, which will stream on Disney+.</p><p>Disney <a href="https://twitter.com/DisneyPlus/status/1649835457616683011">teased the movie</a> with two photos on Earth Day last year, hinting the movie could be released in April when the majority of Disneynature's documentaries have debuted.</p>

"Tiger" — TBD on Disney+

Centered around tigers in Asia, "Tiger" is set to be the next Disneynature film, which will stream on Disney+.

Disney teased the movie with two photos on Earth Day last year, hinting the movie could be released in April when the majority of Disneynature's documentaries have debuted.

<p>Untitled Disney movie — September 6, 2024 <br>Untitled Disney movie — November 27, 2024</p><p>Previous theatrical calendars listed the latter as an animated feature.</p><p>Additional movies are also coming to Hulu that haven't been announced yet.</p>

Disney has two additional movies set for theatrical release in 2024.

Untitled Disney movie — September 6, 2024 Untitled Disney movie — November 27, 2024

Previous theatrical calendars listed the latter as an animated feature.

Additional movies are also coming to Hulu that haven't been announced yet.

<p>"Descendants: The Rise of Red" — a spinoff of the popular "Descendants" franchise following Red, the Queen of Hearts' daughter.</p><p>"Out of My Mind" — Amber Sealey directed the adaptation of Sharon M. Draper's first-person novel about a girl who has cerebral palsy. It will premiere at the <a href="https://deadline.com/2023/12/2024-sundance-film-festival-lineup-movies-1235652869/">Sundance Film Festival</a>.</p><p>"Aladdin: The Broadway Musical" — Following the success of "Hamilton" on Disney+, Disney is expected to bring its Broadway adaptation of the beloved classic to the streaming service in 2024.</p>

Other movies that should be released on Disney+ in 2024:

"Descendants: The Rise of Red" — a spinoff of the popular "Descendants" franchise following Red, the Queen of Hearts' daughter.

"Out of My Mind" — Amber Sealey directed the adaptation of Sharon M. Draper's first-person novel about a girl who has cerebral palsy. It will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival .

"Aladdin: The Broadway Musical" — Following the success of "Hamilton" on Disney+, Disney is expected to bring its Broadway adaptation of the beloved classic to the streaming service in 2024.

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When acclaimed Brazilian director Kleber Mendonça Filho was a journalism student in his hometown of Recife more than three decades ago, he filmed and photographed the local movie palaces that had nurtured his cinephilia.

Many of these spaces, built in the early part of the 20th century, shut down in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. Yet, their architecture had remained intact. Those images have now become cinema itself, serving as the foundation for his latest documentary, “Pictures of Ghosts.”

"Pictures of Ghosts." Brazil's official selection for the 2024 Academy Awards

“Even as a very young person, every time I went in I thought, ‘This is an incredible portal to the past because they were built for another time,’” Mendonça Filho said during a recent Zoom interview.

Several movie theaters were turned into evangelical churches. The transition from house of wonder to house of worship makes practical sense— cinemas have plenty of seats pointing in the same direction, and they’re equipped with speaker systems, which come in handy for priests to spread the gospel.

“It’s almost like life in the wild,” he said.

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“When a big carcass is abandoned, soon other elements will come in to make the most of it. That’s what happened. The cinemas closed and the churches came in.”

Of those once glorious spaces, one still functions as a film cathedral: the São Luiz Cinema. Purchased by Recife’s local government in 2008, the thousand-seat movie palace now screens classic repertory and art house titles and has become a bustling cultural hub.

“Seeing a film at the São Luiz is a completely different experience,” he said. “It’s crystal clear now for so many young people who were previously not aware of its existence because they were educated going to the shopping mall multiplexes. It’s like this everywhere.”

Mendonça Filho sees plenty of parallels between Recife and Los Angeles. The director remembers visiting the city in 2012 to show his first feature “Neighboring Sounds” at the now defunct Los Angeles Film Festival. While walking down Broadway with a friend, he noticed many of the previously splendorous movie theaters were out of commission. One, the State Theatre, was, ironically, now owned by Universal Church, a Brazilian evangelical group.

Pictures of Ghosts

Three months ago, Mendonça Filho found himself in L.A. yet again to screen “Pictures of Ghosts” at AFI Fest. He returned downtown and discovered that the historic Tower Theatre had become an Apple store.

“It’s incredibly restored, but at the same time, it feels like a mortician did an incredible job in making it look amazing,” he said. “But it’s a zombie. It’s not a cinema anymore.”

The sight was especially jarring since Mendonça Filho knew the Tower Theatre had been the location for an important moment in David Lynch’s masterpiece, “Mulholland Drive.”

“There are different layers of time on top of one another in that building,” he said. “You think about the history of that place, and then you think of Lynch’s film, and then you look at the Apple store and your mind explodes. That’s the kind of feeling that led me to ‘Pictures of Ghosts.’ ”

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That in the past the cinemas on Broadway catered to working-class Latino communities, programming Spanish language titles, speaks of their influence in mapping life in the city.

“I’m a foreign observer. I know L.A. through films and through the 15 times I’ve visited. But it’s fascinating to think about the city, not only as a city that makes films, but how films were presented in the city,” he said. “It tells a lot about the history of the city itself.”

Despite the advent of streaming services and the challenging market for non-franchise productions, Mendonça Filho feels optimistic about the future of the theatrical experience. Last year, “Pictures of Ghosts” was a “mini blockbuster” in Brazilian cinemas. For the director it’s not about streaming versus theatrical, but about all viewing options coexisting.

“I enjoy watching films on streaming. But just yesterday I went to see ‘Late Spring’ by [Yasujirō] Ozu on a 16mm print about a mile from where I live,” he said. “I like the idea that my kids can discover cinema in different ways, but the industry is always looking for ways to subtract.”

The problem, Mendonça Filho believes, is that streamers managed to make audiences forget that most new releases still first play theaters before becoming available on their home screens.

“Five or six years ago, my non-film industry neighbors knew that if they wanted to see a new film they had to go to the cinema,” he said. “But on opening weekend of my films ‘Bacurau’ and ‘Pictures of Ghosts,’ they asked me if they could see it on Netflix. I said, ‘It’s not going to be on streaming for quite some time. You have to go to the cinema to watch it.”

On the other hand, there are also unflattering aspects about the current landscape of theatrical exhibition. Projection has become almost entirely automated, and most multiplexes around the world don’t much care about the image and sound of films being properly presented.

“Years ago, the image you saw in the cinema was not the image you could see at home,” said Mendonça Filho. “It’s daunting to say that I have better projection and better sound at home than at some of the commercial cinemas.”

That’s precisely why places like the São Luiz in Recife or the Aero Theatre here in Santa Monica matter. The people in charge of them consider cinema an art form, which requires the proper attention to the quality of the projection, and not a disposable product.

“We have to work to make sure that these very special cinemas keep on going because they renew oxygen for the whole idea of cinema, otherwise they might get phased out,” he said.

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Overseas, One Love earned an impressive $29 million for a global launch north of $80 million against a $70 million budget. The film opened at No. 1 in 13 markets and set new opening day records for a music biopic in the U.K., France and other territories. In Jamaica, the film set the record for the biggest film opening of all time.

One Love director Reinaldo Marcus Green’s depiction of the iconic Jamaican musician and Rastafarian stars Kingsley Ben-Adir. It chronicles Marley making his 1977 album Exodus and the events of the next several years, including an assassination attempt and his belief that music could heal his nation in its post-colonial era. The movie’s producers include Marley’s children Ziggy and Cedella, and his wife, Rita.

Ziggy Marley said in a statement: “My family and I are honored with the amazing response to Bob Marley: One Love . Like my father’s music, this movie is meant for the people and his message of peace, love and unity is clearly connecting with audiences around the world. We thank the people for embracing this film and in so doing helping to highlight the message of one love.”

Sony’s latest estimates for Madame Web show the film taking in $26.2 million for the six days — up from Sunday’s estimate of $25.8 million — including a four-day weekend gross of $18 million. Either way, it is the worst start for a Sony film featuring Spider-Man related characters (the Dakota Johnson-starring film is not part of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe). Madame Web got bashed by critics and audiences alike. Its ranking on Rotten Tomatoes hovers around 13 percent, while moviegoers slapped it with a C+ CinemaScore.

It fared poorly overseas as well, opening to $25.7 million from 61 markets for a global start of $51.9 million. Major markets yet to open include Japan, South Korea and China.

In past years, a superhero pic would generally be the safe bet to win a marquee holiday weekend domestically, but times have changed as both DC and Marvel Studios regroup after a number of box office setbacks. Now, Sony is facing its own dilemma in regard to the Spider-Man universe of Marvel characters it controls, with titles such as Venom and Morbius . The movie studio, under Tom Rothman’s tutelage, has spent far less on superhero fare than its rivals. Madame Web reportedly cost $80 million to make after production and tax incentives, although sources outside the studio say it cost $115 million or more.

Other weekend highlights: Fathom’s special theatrical offering of The Chosen: Season 4, Episodes 4-6 came in at No. 5 with an estimated $3.2 million for Friday through Sunday, putting its domestic total at nearly $20 million.

And, in a notable milestone, Warner Bros.’ Timothée Chalamet-led musical Wonka danced past the $600 million mark globally.

Feb. 19, 10:37 a.m.: Updated with Monday numbers.

Feb. 18, 7:30 a.m. : Updated with revised estimates. Final estimates for Presidents Day weekend will be issued Monday.

This story was originally published Feb. 17 at 8:46 am.

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