Latest by Jake Coyle

Published on August 6, 2022 - Page 19
NEW YORK — Julia Ducournau’s second feature, “Titane,” has developed the reputation of being a wild, explosive movie. As a filmmaker, Ducournau...
Published on August 5, 2022 - Page 6
CANNES, France — Most in the film industry thought Ethan Coen was done with making movies. He did, too. But his first documentary, “Jerry Lee Lewis...
Published on August 5, 2022 - Page 6
NEW YORK — Jordan Peele films tend to descend ominously and mysteriously. The writer-director considers “Nope,” his third film, a far-from-finished...
Published on August 5, 2022 - Page 8
Aboard the speeding locomotive of “Bullet Train” ride at least five assassins, one venomous reptile, countless glib slo-mo action sequences, and one...
Published on July 29, 2022 - Page 8
For three decades, Wes Studi has crafted wide-ranging portraits of the Native American experience. But one thing he had never done in a movie is give...
Published on July 15, 2022 - Page 6
Paul Gallico’s 1958 novel “Mrs. ’Arris Goes to Paris,” about a British cleaning lady with high-couture dreams, wouldn’t seem to have even a stitch of...
Published on July 9, 2022 - Page 17
Austin Butler spent five months workshopping the title role for “Elvis” with director Baz Luhrmann. The California native landed the role over...
Published on July 8, 2022 - Page 6
Rarely have the conditions for love been less hospitable than in Sara Dosa’s documentary “Fire of Love.” Yet here, amid shifting tectonics and...
Published on July 3, 2022 - Page 22
NEW YORK — With London’s stages closed for much of the pandemic, Mark Rylance — a leading interpreter of Shakespeare — made six films. They span a...
Published on July 1, 2022 - Page 8
For a not small segment of the audience for “Minions: Rise of Gru,” only one thing really needs to be said. The Minions are in it. That’s enough....