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About Will Sayre

Will Sayre is a writer, journalist and critic at He has also written and produced entertainment stories at Spectrum News and Warner Bros. Sayre graduated with honors from Boston University's College of Communication. He also served as film critic at The Taft School in Connecticut.

Latest Articles

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The Most Scandalous Moments in Saltburn

Listed in roughly chronological order, Emerald Fennell's R-rated, Talented Mr. Ripley-type feature is chock-full of shocking scenes.

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Why Carol Still Holds Up as an Iconic Gay Christmas Movie

Todd Haynes' acclaimed queer holiday drama is a showcase of talent by Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, set against the backdrop of 1950s NYC.

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Exclusive | Pet Sematary: Bloodlines Filmmaker Lindsey Anderson Beer on Capturing Stephen King's Terrifying Universe

Writer-director Lindsey Anderson Beer spoke to MovieWeb about tackling horror with her new prequel that expands on King's vision.

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Exclusive: Rock Star Yoshiki on His New Concert Film Under the Sky

The iconic Japanese musician spoke to MovieWeb about putting on the director's hat for his documentary about post-pandemic life in the music biz.

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Christmas with the Tabernacle Choir Stars and Composer Dish on This Year's Special

MovieWeb joined a recent Q&A about the holiday production airing on PBS, starring Sir David Suchet and Lea Salonga with music by Mack Wilberg.

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10 Netflix Movies With the Best Soundtracks

From jukebox musicals to acclaimed westerns, the streaming giant has a variety of hit films with foot-stomping musical components.

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Santa Claus Origin Story Movies You Need to Watch This Holiday Season

From R-rated popcorn flicks to throwback classics, Kris Kringle's backstory has been explored in a handful of films over the years.

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Concrete Utopia Review: South Korea's Dystopian Oscar Entry Trumps Most Other Disaster Films

Um Tae-hwa's new psychological thriller may just leave you hopeless for the future, but it's undoubtedly a powerful statement on mankind's bad side.

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Sicario 3: Plot, Cast, and Everything Else We Know

Denis Villeneuve's Sicario starring Emily Blunt has another sequel on its way. Here's everything we know about Sicario 3.

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Avatar is Still the Highest-Grossing Movie of All Time, and Here's Why

How has Avatar remained both beloved and still the top-grossing film ever made, even after all these years?

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Exclusive: Henry Thomas on Returning to Stephen King with Pet Sematary: Bloodlines

The E.T. actor and frequent Mike Flanagan collaborator spoke to MovieWeb about his latest horror film, which is a prequel to King's original story.

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Exclusive: Cypher Filmmaker on Teaming Up with Grammy-Nominated Rapper Tierra Whack

Chris Moukarbel spoke to MovieWeb about embracing narrative for his hybrid documentary about Tierra Whack following his Netflix doc about Lady Gaga.

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Exclusive: Bruce Campbell Talks Hosting New Series Discontinued for Ryan Reynolds' Channel

The Evil Dead star and friend to Sam Raimi spoke with MovieWeb about keeping busy with his funny new show and an upcoming film to be shot in Oregon.

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Exclusive: Lawmen: Bass Reeves Star Lauren E. Banks on Sharing the Screen with David Oyelowo

The character actress spoke to MovieWeb about her powerful supporting role in Paramount+'s new western series from Taylor Sheridan.

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Exclusive: Frybread Face and Me Filmmaker on His Pleasantly Relatable New Indigenous Feature

Billy Luther, who has also written for AMC's hit series Dark Winds, spoke to MovieWeb about working with Taika Waititi for his new Netflix film.

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Frybread Face and Me Review: Uplifting Indigenous Comedy-Drama Makes You Feel Right at Home

With Taika Waititi as EP and the backing of Ava DuVernay's ARRAY banner, Billy Luther's new Arizona-set coming-of-age feature will lift your spirits.

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Cypher Review: Chilling Hybrid Documentary About a Groundbreaking Rapper

Tierra Whack takes center stage in a meta-fictional story about why certain Stans think she's a god.

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Exclusive: Adrien Brody on Tackling Men's Rights and 'Immense Sadness' in New Film Manodrome

The Oscar winner spoke to MovieWeb about co-starring with Jesse Eisenberg in the thought-provoking new thriller Manodrome.

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Exclusive: Daisy Ridley on Her Powerful Lead Role as The Marsh King's Daughter

The Force Awakens actress speaks to MovieWeb about teaming up with fellow Star Wars alum Ben Mendelsohn (Rogue One) for a gripping new thriller.

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Why American Fiction Will Become a Timeless Satire of Hollywood and the Publishing World

Cord Jefferson's new masterpiece, American Fiction, starring a never-better Jeffrey Wright, will go down in history in more ways than one.

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