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Cannes: First Image from André Téchiné’s ‘Golden Years’ (EXCLUSIVE)

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Variety has been given the exclusive first image from André Téchiné’s “Golden Years” (Nos années folles), which world premieres as a Screening Gala in Cannes Film Festival’s Tribute to Téchiné. Celluloid Dreams is handling world sales, and the film will be released in France by ARP Sélection. Téchiné, whose credits include “Rendez-Vous,” “My Favorite Season,”… Read more »

Film Review: ‘How to Be a Latin Lover’

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The combo of wink-wink naughtiness and family-friendly sentimentality makes for a wildly uneven farce in “How to Be a Latin Lover,” as a middle-aged male gold-digger attempts a reconciliation with his estranged sister and nephew — when he isn’t busy looking for his next sugar mama, that is. It’s another hand-tooled star vehicle for Mexican… Read more »

Sony Annual Profits Halved as Pictures Division Loses $719 Million

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Japanese electronics and entertainment group Sony revealed net profits Friday of $660 million (JPY73.3 billion) for the 2016-2017 financial year, a 50% reduction from the previous year precipitated by heavy losses in its pictures division. The division, which encompasses Sony Pictures Entertainment and other film and TV content operations, accounted for a loss of $719 million… Read more »

Tribeca Film Review: ‘My Friend Dahmer’

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The premise of “My Friend Dahmer” — a year in the life of Jeffrey Dahmer, the gay cannibalistic serial killer, back when he was a misunderstood high school kid — makes it sound like the indie-hipster version of “Bates Motel”: a “sensitive” prequel to the madness to come. To be sure, the dementia the movie shows… Read more »

Muriel Thomas

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‘Scandal’: Mellie Is Now President, But There’s Another Shake-Up in the White House

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SPOILER ALERT: Do not read ahead if you have not watched “Scandal” Season 6, episode 12, which aired on Thursday, April 27. Last week’s episode bid adieu to Elizabeth North, but this week’s wasn’t a somber funeral of any sort. “Scandal” raced ahead with more chaos at the hands of none other than Liz North’s killer,… Read more »