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- Posted on June 24, 2018 It’s been 14 years since we first met the animated Parr family, suburban superheroes in hiding, trying to keep their powers under wraps in the first “Incredibles.” After picking up a 2004 Oscar and becoming one of the most beloved (and successful) movies in Pixar history, the franchise returns (...)

- Posted on June 24, 2018 In 2004, Holly Hunter punched her way into “The Incredibles,” the Pixar-Disney superhero film that grossed some $630 million worldwide and won an Oscar for best animated feature. Fourteen years later, she’s back in “Incredibles 2,” now showing to rave reviews, and displaying no signs of wear and tear. As the ultra-bendy, (...)

- Posted on April 26, 2018 HBO’s Here and Now, a series you probably don’t remember existed, has been canceled. The show lasted one forgettable season, concluding on Apr. 15. Here and Now landed at HBO with some oomph behind it as it was created by Alan Ball, a visionary whose previous work included True Blood, Six Feet Under and the (...)

- Posted on February 11, 2018 The Oscar-winning actress on aging in Hollywood, returning to TV, and the latest act of her “durable” career. Holly Hunter talks about her film and TV career with such a casual, I-can’t-believe-I’m-still-working attitude, that you almost forget just how damn good she is. Almost. From her breakout role as a (...)

- Posted on January 2, 2018 The ‘Big Sick’ actress, who’ll be honored with the career achievement award at the Palm Springs Film Festival on Jan. 2, also reflects on her decades-spanning career and first big break in 1987’s ‘Raising Arizona.’ From Raising Arizona to her Oscar-winning turn in The Piano to the animated film The Incredibles to her latest, the (...)

- Posted on December 11, 2017 No, your eyes aren’t duping you — this is indeed a first glimpse at Incredibles 2, which, despite 14 years having passed in the real world, will find the superpowered Parr family exactly where you last saw them way back in 2004, only much sharper and slicker. “Incredibles 2 picks up, literally, (...)

- Posted on December 5, 2017 Approaching The Big Sick—a dramatic comedy based on the life experiences of writers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon—Oscar winner Holly Hunter was happy to return to the comedy realm, and found herself compelled by an “openness” about the entire endeavor. In the film, Hunter plays Gordon’s real-life mother, who is confronted by the (...)

- Posted on November 30, 2017 Holly Hunter, who won a 1993 Oscar for her lead actress performance in “The Piano,” will receive a Career Achievement Award Jan. 2 at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala at the Palm Springs Convention Center. Her career includes roles in such notable films as “Broadcast News,” (...)

- Posted on October 29, 2017 “I am a Georgia girl,” Holly Hunter proclaimed to a packed audience at the Trustees Theatre during the opening night of the 2017 SCAD Savannah Film Festival. The festival, in its 20th year, roared to life on Saturday with seven feature film screenings, two documentary screenings, a star-studded red (...)

- Posted on October 26, 2017 The cast of The Big Sick, including Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter and Ray Romano, will receive the Hollywood Comedy Ensemble Award at the upcoming Hollywood Film Awards. In addition, Jamie Bell will receive the New Hollywood Actor Award for his recent work in Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, and (...)