Caroline Abras and João Pedro Zappa in “Gabriel and the Mountain.”
From left, Bryan Cranston, Nicole Kidman and Kevin Hart in “The Upside.”
Whitney Houston with, from left, Michael Houston, Robyn Crawford, Gary Houston and Ellen White, as seen in the documentary “Whitney.”
An image from the restored short “Hangman” (1964), by Paul Julian and Les Goldman, one of the highlights of the Animation Show of Shows.
To play Dick Cheney in “Vice,” Christian Bale used prosthetics to resemble the former vice president at five stages of his life.
Nicolas Winding Refn’s site features movies with few existing prints: “All that hard work in making a film, and then they would be lost, which would be really sad.”
If it's a choice between breaking a stereotype or taking a good part, he'll take the part, adding, “I have my own life — I can make sure to break the stereotype there.”
Charlize Theron plays an overworked mom in “Tully.”
Jack Veneno, right, with Ric Flair at their controversial 1982 match. The Dominican wrestler is the subject of an ambitious new movie project.
Aristides de Sousa in “Araby.”
“Holmes & Watson” is full of awkward, anachronistic bits like this one, in which Watson (John C. Reilly), left, and Holmes (Will Ferrell) ask Queen Victoria (Pam Ferris) to take a “self-photograph.”
Léa Seydoux is the title character in Amazon’s “Zoe.”
Jon M. Chu narrates a sequence from his film.
Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem in a scene from “Everybody Knows,” directed by Asghar Farhadi.
Actors and directors in a red carpet protest of inequitable representation of women at the Cannes Film Festival and in the industry in general.
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