Doctor Who's Matt Smith portrays the infamous cult leader in the upcoming Charles Manson biopic. Helmed by American Psycho director Mary Harron, the film focuses on three female followers and their time in the Manson Family as well as the aftermath of their crimes. Also starring Hannah Murray, Sosie Bacon, and Marianne Rendón, Charlie Says will debut in theaters May 10, 2019.
One man is a professor, working to collect every word in the English language for the first-ever Oxford English Dictionary. The other is a doctor, deemed mad and housed in an asylum for the insane. Together they will complete a monumental undertaking and become the unlikeliest of allies. Starring Mel Gibson and Sean Penn, The Professor And The Madman premieres Spring 2019.
Ramy Youssef and A24 have teamed up for a new series. The 25-year-old comedian wrote, produced, created, and starred in the 10 episodes following a young Muslim on a spiritual journey. Along the way, it finds him trying to balance his religion and millennial life in New Jersey. Ramy will be available on Hulu April 19, 2019.
In today's world of digital everything, from photography to animation to drawing and painting, who in their right mind would do something that's never been done before — hand-painting every frame of a feature-length film? Directors Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, along with 125 painters, spent nearly 10 years making Loving Vincent, an ode to Vincent Van Gogh. Loving Vincent: The Impossible Dream shows what it was like doing something that was nearly impossible over the better part of a decade.
Falling in love can be hard — especially when your crush is an Alfa Romeo GTV. The rust, wonky electronics, hard-to-find parts, and temperamental motors make for an involved relationship — which is part of what attracts Matthew to his Alfa Romeo GTV. This is the story as old as time itself — the bond between a boy and his car.
Computer generated graphics get all the attention, but practical effects still provide a level of believable illusion that computers can't match. HBO's Game of Thrones is the most effects-intensive TV series ever produced, and the artists bring fantasy to life, from scars to white walkers, with prosthetics. This behind-the-scenes interview with Barrie Gower shows how intensive the process is and the spectacular results the team has achieved.