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Elton John Doc 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' Lands at Disney

Elton John Doc 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' Lands at Disney

By Lindsey Bahr | May 28, 2022

Sir Elton John is preparing to say goodbye in fabulous splendor, with the help of a documentary crew and the Walt Disney Co.

2022 Cannes Diary 4: 'De Humani Corporis Fabrica,' 'Crimes of the Future,' 'The Five Devils,' & 'Close'

2022 Cannes Diary 4: 'De Humani Corporis Fabrica,' 'Crimes of the Future,' 'The Five Devils,' & 'Close'

By C.J. Prince | May 28, 2022

EDGE contributor C.J. Prince takes a look at some of the most anticipated films of the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, including David Cronenberg's long-awaited return with "Crimes of the Future" and "Close," a contender for the Queer Palm award.

His Life in Porn: Jonathan Agassi Explains it All to You

His Life in Porn: Jonathan Agassi Explains it All to You

By Robert Nesti | May 28, 2022

Jonathan Agassi, the former adult male star, is the subject of "Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life," a doc that follows his journey through the adult entertainment industry. It is a cautionary tale that he survived to tell.

Review: 'Fanny: The Right To Rock' is Compelling Viewing

Review: 'Fanny: The Right To Rock' is Compelling Viewing

By Roger Walker-Dack | May 27, 2022

The untold story of the world's first female rock band.

Watch: Chris Hemsworth's Butt Steals the Show in New 'Thor' Trailer

Watch: Chris Hemsworth's Butt Steals the Show in New 'Thor' Trailer

By Kilian Melloy | May 26, 2022

Chris Hemsworth's butt steals the show when the ripped God of Thunder runs afoul of the Greek deity Zeus and has his clothes "flicked" off in the just-released "Thor" trailer.

Q&A: Baz Luhrmann on his Tragic, Razzle-Dazzle 'Elvis'

Q&A: Baz Luhrmann on his Tragic, Razzle-Dazzle 'Elvis'

By Jake Coyle | May 26, 2022

It's the day before Baz Luhrmann is to unveil "Elvis" at the Cannes Film Festival, and it goes without saying that the director — one of cinema's most maximalist moviemakers — is ready to put on a show.

Frameline Announces Full Lineup for 2022 LGBTQ+ Film Fest

Frameline Announces Full Lineup for 2022 LGBTQ+ Film Fest

May 26, 2022

The 11-day festival includes 19 world premieres, 11 North American premieres, 10 U.S. premieres, and spans narrative features, documentaries, episodics, and shorts programs.

Q&A: Kristen Stewart on Body Horror, Cronenberg and Cannes

Q&A: Kristen Stewart on Body Horror, Cronenberg and Cannes

By Jake Coyle | May 25, 2022

In David Cronenberg's "Crimes of the Future," in which an artist played by Viggo Mortensen has organs and tumors plucked from his body in performance art excavations, Kristen Stewart plays a timid bureaucrat swiftly turned passionate devotee.

Review: Mira Nair's 'Mississippi Masala' Swoons on Blu-ray from Criterion

Review: Mira Nair's 'Mississippi Masala' Swoons on Blu-ray from Criterion

By Sam Cohen | May 25, 2022

Mira Nair's breakout 1991 film "Mississippi Masala" is now available on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection with a beautiful presentation from a new 4K restoration and a handful of special features.

Cannes Diary 3: 'Armageddon Time,' 'Brother and Sister,' 'Triangle of Sadness'

Cannes Diary 3: 'Armageddon Time,' 'Brother and Sister,' 'Triangle of Sadness'

By C.J. Prince | May 24, 2022

EDGE contributor C.J. Prince takes a look at some of the bigger films playing at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, including James Gray's "Armageddon Time" and Ruben Ostlund's "Triangle of Sadness."

SF DocFest 21's Queer Winners You Won't Want to Miss

SF DocFest 21's Queer Winners You Won't Want to Miss

By Brian Bromberger | May 24, 2022

The 21st San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest) is returning from June 1-12 and will involve a hybrid presentation of virtual screenings and live presentations, shown at the Roxie Theater. Most of the latter will also include in-person Q&As.

Review: Fresh and Intense, 'The Batman' Gets It Right

Review: Fresh and Intense, 'The Batman' Gets It Right

By JC Alvarez | May 24, 2022

In this newest reboot of the iconic DC character, Robert Pattinson is the World's Greatest Detective, indeed: Racing against the clock to solve a series of ingenious murders.

Review: 'X' Takes a Wrong Turn and Never Recovers

Review: 'X' Takes a Wrong Turn and Never Recovers

By Padraic Maroney | May 24, 2022

"X" honors horror movies of the '70s, but fails to mark the spot when providing meaningful commentary on aging or sexuality.

Review: Kate Winslet, Christopher Eccleston Shine in 'Jude'

Review: Kate Winslet, Christopher Eccleston Shine in 'Jude'

By Frank J. Avella | May 24, 2022

"Jude" boasts a daring early performance by Kate Winslet and outstanding work by Christopher Eccleston, an actor who deserved more subsequent challenging career choices.

Review: 'Flower Drum Song' Worth Revisiting

Review: 'Flower Drum Song' Worth Revisiting

By Frank J. Avella | May 24, 2022

For those who wish to enjoy the best Asian talent working in film at the time taking center stage and crushing it — especially Umeki and Kwan — pick up this Blu-ray.

Review: At Long Last, 'Candyman' is on 4K Ultra

Review: At Long Last, 'Candyman' is on 4K Ultra

By Ken Tasho | May 24, 2022

Now, after fans have waited with bated breath, "Candyman" comes out in a long-awaited 4K Ultra HD Collector's Edition.

Review: Jimmy Wang Yu's 'One-Armed Boxer' Punches Hard on Blu-ray from Arrow

Review: Jimmy Wang Yu's 'One-Armed Boxer' Punches Hard on Blu-ray from Arrow

By Sam Cohen | May 24, 2022

Jimmy Wang Yu's 1971 kung-fu action hit "One-Armed Boxer" is now on Blu-ray for the first time in the US, courtesy of Arrow Video. This edition comes with a terrific commentary and other features.

When Purple Reigned: A 1985 Prince Concert Finds a New Life

When Purple Reigned: A 1985 Prince Concert Finds a New Life

By Mark Kennedy | May 24, 2022

The March 30, 1985, concert at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York, included the songs "Delirious," "1999," "Little Red Corvette," "When Doves Cry" and "I Would Die 4 U," among others.

Catch the Ferry! Early Reviews of 'Fire Island' Are Raves

Catch the Ferry! Early Reviews of 'Fire Island' Are Raves

May 23, 2022

The first reviews are out on "Fire Island," one of the most anticipated LGBTQ films of the year. And the word is that this Jane Austen-inspired romantic comedy, directed by Andrew Ahn ("Spa Night"), will be well worth a look.

2022 Cannes Diary 2: 'Tchaikovsky's Wife,' 'The Eight Mountains,' 'Rodeo' & 'EO'

2022 Cannes Diary 2: 'Tchaikovsky's Wife,' 'The Eight Mountains,' 'Rodeo' & 'EO'

By C.J. Prince | May 23, 2022

EDGE contributor C.J. Prince breaks down more films he's seen at this year's Cannes Film Festival, including "Tchaikovsky's Wife," "The Eight Mountains," "Rodeo" and "EO."

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