Matt Singer is the managing editor and film critic of the website ScreenCrush.com. For five years, he was the on-air host of IFC News on the Independent Film Channel, hosting coverage of film festivals and red carpets around the world. He’s been a frequent contributor to the television shows CBS This Morning Saturday and Ebert Presents At the Movies, and his writing has also appeared in print and online at The Village Voice, The Dissolve, and Indiewire.
The Best Movie Trailers of the 2010s
Trailers got their name from their original placement on film reels; in their earliest days, they trailed the feature presentation and played as audiences exited the auditorium. These days they are, of course, a hallowed component of every theater’s pre-show ritual...
Martin Scorsese Argues in New Op-Ed That Marvel Movies Aren’t Cinema
In a new op-ed, Scorsese explains his position at length.
‘Ant-Man 3’ Is in Development, With Peyton Reed and Paul Rudd
Get ready for another huge movie about a little hero from star Paul Rudd and director Peyton Reed.
‘The Social Network’ Writer Aaron Sorkin Slams Mark Zuckerberg in The New York Times
In an open letter published in the New York Times, Sorkin writes “this can’t possibly be the outcome you and I want.“
‘Doctor Sleep’ Review: Hollywood Goes Back to the Overlook
Both Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick fans should be happy with Mike Flanagan’s adaptation.
A ‘Green Lantern’ Series Is Coming to HBO Max
Let’s hope it’s in brightest day, not blackest night.
HBO Max: When It Launches, What It Costs, and What It Has
Everything you need to know about Warners’ new streaming service.
A ‘Superman and Lois’ Arrowverse Series Is in Development at The CW
Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch would reprise their roles.
People Are Paying Huge Sums of Money for Movie Props on eBay
Turbo Man dolls? Fake blood from ‘Jaws’? Ferns from ‘Jurassic Park’? eBay’s got ’em.
Everything New on Netflix in November 2019
‘The Irishman,’ ‘American Son,’ and ‘Nailed It’ — and a whole lot more.
Netflix Is Testing a Feature That Lets Viewers Control Play Speed
Want to watch all 209 minutes of ‘The Irishman’ in a fraction of the time?