Here are the most anticipated movies of the fall, and the most likely contenders for awards in 2017.
Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick, who worked with The Weinstein Company on 2015's The Hunting Ground, have announced their next documentary will "examine abuse and cover-ups within the entertainment industry."
The news comes one day after The Weinstein Company terminated Harvey Weinstein's employment.
According to Variety, Weinstein asked Amanda Segel "highly intimate questions" and invited her to his hotel room.
Chadwick Boseman, Sterling K. Brown, and Josh Gad discuss the relevance of Marshall in 2017, their upcoming projects, and much more.
"What I'm hoping to expose is that we are much more the same than we think we are — we're just listening to two different sets of lies as our news.”
"I’ve seen little white kids dressed up as T’Challa," Chadwick Boseman tells BuzzFeed News of his Marvel character. "People call me and say, 'We wanted to buy him Spider-Man, but he kept saying Black Panther.'"
"It was so important to illustrate how important faith is to this man," Josh Gad said of his character in Marshall.
"I would take all of it back if it just meant that the kids could have a normal life," the Frozen star told BuzzFeed News.
"The opportunities are not so scarce. And that's an important moment to note."
The writers and creators of One Tree Hill, My So-Called Life, Degrassi, Beverly Hills, 90210, and more tell BuzzFeed News why it was important for their shows to build episodes around guns, gun violence, and gun legislation.
The men who filmed the deaths of Eric Garner and Freddie Gray are the subjects of a new documentary.
One of the movie's original producers is working on the follow-up for the Disney Channel.
"[He was] raised by these white parents but he chose this black woman to share his life with," Brown told BuzzFeed News
"So disrespectful and savage af."
Here's how Chadwick Boseman ended up sharing the screen with Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin.
"I'm not out to appease anybody or say anything to give anybody hugs out there. If anybody wants some hugs they can find it somewhere else," BB19 houseguest Cody Nickson told BuzzFeed News.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina could bring the iconic character back to television.
She claimed the honor for writing Master of None's acclaimed "Thanksgiving" episode with Aziz Ansari.
"Sashay away with this nonsense."