More supervillains! More Scorsese ripoffs!
"In the second or third week of shooting, I was like, 'Todd, can you start working on a sequel? There’s way too much to explore.'"
He's currently serving a 16-year prison sentence for abusing three young girls.
The reviews of Todd Phillips's new movie are in, and they're brutal.
From FBI warnings about incel violence to Aurora victims' response, the Todd Phillips-directed film is having a rocky rollout.
He walked out of an interview after a reporter asked him whether the movie might inspire real-life acts of violence.
We need to reckon with how closely Todd Phillips's villain mirrors real-life mass shooters, and the poisonous ideologies they subscribe to.
Joaquin Phoenix's gritty comic book origin story just won the Venice Film Festival's top honor.
"It's a masterpiece."
"I used to think my life was a tragedy. But now I realize it’s a comedy."