The film will be released in theaters nationwide on Oct. 2 and digitally on Oct. 6.
The film, which stars Michael Keaton, deals with the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.
“It’s just an insane metaphor for the truth,” the actress said of her new movie from “Dear White People” director Justin Simien.
Picking, who was at Sundance with the Alison Brie movie “Horse Girl,” will next be seen in Ryan Murphy’s “Hollywood,” and “Top Gun: Maverick.”
The high school senior, who will next be seen in Spielberg’s “West Side Story,” makes her film debut in the abortion drama.
Asomugha, who stars alongside Tessa Thompson, on how his decade-plus NFL career helped him prepare for the romantic drama.
The actress stars in Michael Almereyda’s “Tesla” with Ethan Hawke.
The former Disney Channel star says Alison Brie’s upcoming Netflix drama is her turning point: “There’s no going back after this.”
The two musicians cowrote and costar in the film, a mockumentary doc-drama hybrid.
Introducing the breakout star of arguably Sundance’s most buzzy debut, based on a 2015 viral tweetstorm from a Detroit stripper/waitress.
From documentaries on — and appearances by — Taylor Swift and Hillary Clinton to the features garnering the biggest buzz, here’s what was talked about in Park City, Utah, over the weekend.
Refinery29’s Amy Emmerich is eager to get in on the ground floor of developing female talent, especially in the current “video arms race.”
One of the top Italian models in the Sixties, the now extremely camera-shy Barzini agreed to a documentary about her life with one director only: her son.