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Ben Affleck Is in Recovery in First Trailer for Sports Drama ‘The Way Back’

Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first trailer for the upcoming sports drama The Way Back, and it looks kind of great. The film stars Ben Affleck as a former ... Read More

‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run’ Trailer Features… Keanu Reeves?

After two previously successful big-screen adaptations, everyone’s favorite sponge is back for round three. SpongeBob Squarepants is heading back to the movies in 2020’s The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the ... Read More

New Trailer for Michael Bay’s ‘6 Underground’ Ruins the Peace and Quiet of Italy

If you ever wanted to see Ryan Reynolds ride shotgun while a pack of extreme youths savage the peace, tranquility, and historically significant art of Italy in ways that only ... Read More

New ‘Trolls World Tour’ Trailer Wants You to Rock Out, One More Time

In Trolls World Tour, Poppy (Anna Kendrick) and Branch (Justin Timberlake) discover that they are but one of six different Troll tribes scattered over six different lands and devoted to ... Read More

M. Night Shyamalan’s Apple TV+ Thriller ‘Servant’ Gets a Deeply Unsettling New Teaser

Big yikes to this new trailer for M. Night Shyamalan‘s new Apple TV+ series Servant. Big, uncomfortable, deeply unsettled yikes. The series stars Toby Kebbell and Lauren Ambrose as a ... Read More

‘It Was a Sort of Therapy for Me’: Prix Pictet Winner Joana Choumali on the Series That Landed Her Europe’s Biggest Photography Award

Choumali is the first African winner of the prestigious prize. The post ‘It Was a Sort of Therapy for Me’: Prix Pictet Winner Joana Choumali on the Series That Landed ... Read More

What Is Pace Planning for Its Hotly Anticipated ‘Live’ Division? The Inaugural Program Includes a Celebration of Black Creativity

Yto Barrada will screen films and cook, and Torkwase Dyson will collaborate with the likes of Arthur Jafa. The post What Is Pace Planning for Its Hotly Anticipated ‘Live’ Division? ... Read More

Seven Global Art-World Insiders Tell Us What They’ll Be Doing, Seeing, Reading, and Eating This Holiday Season

Curators, gallerists, and other insiders share their plans for recharging over the holiday break. The post Seven Global Art-World Insiders Tell Us What They’ll Be Doing, Seeing, Reading, and Eating ... Read More

Wet Paint: Jeff Koons Goes Missing in Manhattan, Gagosian Sells Many $10 Million Mardens, & More Juicy Art-World Gossip

Which tony gallery is trying out younger artists? Which dealer sold almost $90 million in art last week? Read on for answers. The post Wet Paint: Jeff Koons Goes Missing ... Read More

A New Sims-Like Video Game Challenges You to Build, Staff, and Run Your Very Own Museum

The game, which will be released next year, tasks players with building and curating their own institutions.   The post A New Sims-Like Video Game Challenges You to Build, Staff, and ... Read More

Researchers Have Discovered That the Ancient Egyptians Somehow Developed a Complex Yellow Paint Also Used by Vermeer

How artisans in the 5th century BC got their hands on it remains a mystery The post Researchers Have Discovered That the Ancient Egyptians Somehow Developed a Complex Yellow Paint ... Read More

Jedi: Fallen Order game review: More like, the Force goes back to sleep

reader comments 55 with 31 posters participating Share this story If you do nothing but look at images of this game in action, you'll wonder why I have anything ho-hum ... Read More

Abstract Expressionism Leads Sotheby’s Contemporary Sale in New York, with $30.1 M. Willem de Kooning Topping Market-Affirming $270.7 M. Total

Four artist records were set, and notable sales included Charles White, Kerry James Marshall, Lee Krasner, and Clyfford Still. Read More The post Abstract Expressionism Leads Sotheby’s Contemporary Sale in ... Read More

Now Streaming: THE MANDALORIAN Kicks Off Another Disney STAR WARS Era

I can't believe it. I may finally be burned out on the sci-fi thing that George Lucas created. Or maybe it's just streaming itself? The MandalorianNow streaming on DisneyPlus. I'm ... Read More

Oscar Niemeyer’s Tea House in Brasília gets refresh by Bloco Arquitetos and Equipe Lamas

Design firms Bloco Arquitetos and Equipe Lamas used a mix of warm and cool materials in their refurbishment of a visitor centre in Brasília, designed by the late architect Oscar ... Read More

Times Literary Supplement adopts new “TLS” identity

The redesign aims to attract “new, younger and more culturally diverse audiences” to the 118-year-old magazine, while avoiding confusion with The Times newspaper. The post Times Literary Supplement adopts new ... Read More

Netflix Aims to Scare You in Trailer for New Docuseries ‘Broken’

Netflix has released its first trailer for new documentary series, Broken. And this one looks to scare you into never buying any synthetic product ever again. The streaming service has ... Read More

The Guerrilla Girls Are Targeting MoMA Trustees Tied to Jeffrey Epstein With an Ad on a Phone Booth Outside the Museum

The ad calls out board members Leon Black and Glenn Dubin. The post The Guerrilla Girls Are Targeting MoMA Trustees Tied to Jeffrey Epstein With an Ad on a Phone ... Read More

Venice’s Cultural Institutions Shutter En Masse as Historic Floods Send the Floating City Into a ‘State of Calamity’

Water and fire damage have shuttered many of the city's historic museums. The post Venice’s Cultural Institutions Shutter En Masse as Historic Floods Send the Floating City Into a ‘State ... Read More

In Pictures: Here’s What the Historic Flooding in Venice Looks Like

The crypt of St. Mark's Basilica was flooded for the second time in history, as waters overflowed defenses and came in through windows. The post In Pictures: Here’s What the ... Read More

A British Court Just Froze the Assets of Inigo Philbrick, a Dealer Accused of Holding $14 Million Worth of Art Hostage

The request came from German financial company FAP, which is suing Philbrick in the US. The post A British Court Just Froze the Assets of Inigo Philbrick, a Dealer Accused ... Read More

Paintings by Van Dyck and Delacroix Are Among a Trove of Almost 400 Works Heading to the Met From a Late Trustee

“The Met would not be what it is today without Jayne and Charles Wrightsman," said the museum's director, Max Hollein. The post Paintings by Van Dyck and Delacroix Are Among ... Read More

The Most Important Artists Are Also Activists—Plus 3 Other Takeaways From Art Review’s Latest Power 100 List

Glenn Lowry tops the annual survey, but anti-establishment movers and shakers are the real winners. The post The Most Important Artists Are Also Activists—Plus 3 Other Takeaways From Art Review’s ... Read More

Moto Razr 2019 is official: A foldable smartphone with no display crease

reader comments 66 with 51 posters participating, including story author Share this story The new Moto Razr. The box is pretty wild looking. When open, you get a 6.2-inch foldable ... Read More

At Solid $325.3 M. Christie’s Contemporary Art Sale in New York, Ed Ruscha Is King

The auction` set four new artist records, including those for Alma Thomas and Charles White. Read More The post At Solid $325.3 M. Christie’s Contemporary Art Sale in New York, ... Read More

Calling All Filmmakers! Frontières Opens Call for Financing & Packaging Forum

Hey filmmakers! Do you have a feature-length genre film (horror, science fiction, fantasy, action, dark thriller), either narrative or documentary? Does it have at least 20% of its financing or ... Read More

Prada becomes first luxury brand to sign loan tied to sustainability targets

Prada has signed a £42.9 million loan with banking group Crédit Agricole, with repayment terms conditional to meeting key targets around the sustainability of its products and operations. According to ... Read More
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