#The Movies

New Movies & Shows To Watch This Weekend: ‘Emancipation’ Apple TV+ & More

Will you embrace Will Smith this weekend with open arms? He and Apple TV+ are hoping you will now that his first film since this year’s infamous Oscars slap is coming to the platform. But if you’re not ready to forgive him just yet, there are dozens of other new releases this weekend to choose from, including a sparkly holiday rom-com on Prime Video and Guillermo del Toro’s long-awaited Pinocchio. With so many great new shows and films to choose from, let us here at Decider help you figure out what to watch this weekend and where to stream it. New...

Jennifer Lawrence Addresses Remark About Female-Led Action Movies After Backlash

Jennifer Lawrence is setting the record straight on a comment she made about female-led action movies following backlash. At one point during the actress' conversation with Viola Davis for Variety's "Actors on Actors" series, Lawrence, 32, said, "I remember when I was doing 'Hunger Games,' nobody had ever put a woman in the lead of an action movie because it wouldn't work -- [because] we were told girls and boys can both identify with a male lead, but boys cannot identify with a female lead."

DC Reportedly Cancels Michael Keaton ‘Batman Beyond’ Movie

This era of DC movies is arguably going to be remembered more for the movies that weren’t made than for the ones that were. Black Adam was fairly forgettable, but we’re never going to forget the whole situation around Batgirl, which was mostly shot and then shelved by Warner Bros. as a cost-cutting measure. In the last few days, we’ve been hearing more and more rumors about other announced DC projects that may never see the light of day now that a new team has taken charge of DC Studios, including Wonder Woman 3 and Man of Steel 2.

Jennifer Lawrence Clarifies Comment on Female-Led Action Movies: 'It Was My Blunder'

Jennifer Lawrence had said she was told "nobody had ever put a woman in the lead of an action movie" before 2012's The Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence is setting the record straight. Variety recently published a conversation between Lawrence and The Woman King star Viola Davis for the publication's Actors on Actors issue. After Lawrence's comment to Davis about starring in The Hunger Games as a woman leading an action movie drew criticism online, the Causeway actress clarified to The Hollywood Reporter the notion that "nobody had ever...

The best movie fashion of 2022

Movie style is a very subjective thing: Is it about runway-anointed fashion or everyday, character-driven looks? Painstakingly capturing a moment in history, or creating the most fantastical visions possible? Mid-century glam or teddy bear tracksuits? The great thing about the entries on this list is that it can be all of these things, everywhere, all at once. Here are the movies with the most memorable fashion moments of the year.

Did We Want Too Much From Movies in 2022?

The year 2022 has not been great for movies. This claim is subject to many asterisks, of course — it’s harder than ever for a movie to break through the wall of noise made by everything that’s streaming and releasing on multiple platforms at any given time, and the global film industry is still as susceptible as any other to the traumas of the pandemic. After emerging from two-plus years spent isolating and distancing and outdoor dining and being utterly unsure of how to most responsibly resume moving through the world, our critics are left wondering, Do we want too much from this medium that we love?

Streaming has its own allure, but movie theaters still offer “a little bit of joy”

“Avatar: The Way of Water,” the long (long, long) awaited sequel to James Cameron’s 2009 blockbuster arrives in theaters next week. The original “Avatar” movie is still, 13 years after it’s release, the highest-grossing non-sequel movie ever made. Beating that record would be challenging for any film, but the task is further complicated by the ongoing struggle of getting moviegoers back into theaters. Ticket sale numbers haven’t quite recovered to pre-pandemic numbers, possibly in part due to the allure of streaming from home.

10 Classic PG-Rated Movies With Surprisingly Racy Jokes

Most of the time when a movie's rated PG or G, parents can feel confident there's not going to be anything too adult in there. The kind of content dealt with in these sorts of movies tends to be mild and kid-friendly, and while there might be rare instances of bad language or some low-level violence, it's not usually going to be anything too bad.

Filmmaker Luca Guadagnino on ‘Bones and All’ movie, Ferragamo doc

Italian film producer and director Luca Guadagnino has become well-versed in making advertising campaigns, shorts, documentaries and films since the late 90s. He observes that he has knowledge and involvement in all phases of “every one of his films,” from script development, financing, and directing, and he has produced every film he’s made since his 2009’s “I Am Love,” a romance-drama set in Milan, to ensure his vision is intact through completion.


With Christmas right around the corner putting pajamas on and grabbing the remote with relaxation on the mind is jus the thing for this holiday season. Many people have always had the question of what is the best Christmas movie of all time? First thing that always pops into my mind is the Christmas movie Elf; the main character being casted by one of the best actors in the history of man kind; Will Ferrell with the director creating him into the character we all know and love Carter Buddy the Elf.