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As movies loosely based on theme park attractions go, it’s a far cry from the rollicking heights of the original “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Still, “Tomorrowland” is worlds better than “The Haunted Mansion” and “The Country Bears.”
Reese Witherspoon is attached to star in Disney’s “Tink,” a live-action film based on the “Peter Pan” character Tinker Bell.
Writer-director Anrew Niccol and his crew spent “only about a week” in Las Vegas before filming the bulk of “Good Kill” in New Mexico.
“Good Kill,” a movie based on airmen who fly the deadly remotely-operated drones from Creech Air Force Base that is debuting in the U.S. this week, renews awareness of Nevada’s role in the secret drone program and the toll it takes on the pilots.
Local filmmaker Stan Armstrong will debut the documentary he spent five years researching May 24 at the West Las Vegas Library.
The fourth installment of the Mad Max franchise releases this weekend, and the positive reviews are pouring in for “ Mad Max: Fury Road .”
Las Vegas Car Stars weekend features Lloyd, Lea Thompson and other cast members of “Back To The Future” as well as movie cars from several other films and TV shows.
The 30-years-in-the-making sequel, starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, is a gonzo, nitro-fueled menagerie of rusted metal and mayhem.
The buddy comedy “Hot Pursuit” hit theaters last week, and the film starring Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara got us thinking about great buddy comedies.
Movie director Spike Lee, known for films that deal frankly with racial issues, appeared in Chicago on Thursday to defend his planned movie about the city, after its reported title, “Chiraq,” was criticized by local politicians.
With “Mad Max: Fury Road,” the first new installment in 30 years, opening Friday, here’s an A-to-Z look back at the franchise and how Max got to be so mad.
Who is the definitive onscreen Batman? Michael Keaton? Christian Bale? Kevin Conroy? A strong case could be made for any one of them. For some fans, though, no one will ever be able to take the place of Adam West.
A new Blu-ray set of Frank Sinatra films has been released this week, along with the DVD debuts of two Rosalind Russell pictures and several vintage Westerns.
As if animated blockbusters such as “Frozen” and “Big Hero 6,” the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Star Wars weren’t enough, Disney has found yet another cash cow: turning its animated classics from yesteryear into live-action films for a new generation.
The red band trailer for Warner Bros.’ “Vacation” has hit the Web, and writer-directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein pay due homage to the Chevy Chase original with a cavalcade of meta references and in-jokes.
The cinematic Spider-Man has gone through some major upheavals in the last 10 years, including the bombshell announcement in just the last few months that he would be rebooted again.
The Reese Witherspoon-Sofia vergara action comedy is little more than 87 minutes of bickering, embarrassing physical comedy, lazy insults and man shaming. But at least it’s awful in a genial way, compared to that angry, dead-inside feeling you got from watching “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.”
But the reel Riviera — the one that’s been ready for its close-up since the hotel-casino opened on the Strip six decades ago — will live as long as Vegas movies do.
Las Vegas City Council members unanimously approved an ordinance Wednesday that sets out the ground rules for standalone theaters that serve beer and wine, several of which have already set up shop in Henderson and unincorporated Clark County.
Not the real one, of course — it’s cashing in its chips at noon today. But the reel Riviera — the one that’s been ready for its close-up since the hotel-casino opened on the Strip six decades ago — will live as long as Vegas movies do.
Despite the many, many action scenes, there’s nothing as entertaining anywhere in “Avengers: Age of Ultron” as seeing these characters we’ve gotten to know as they take time to relax, unwind, flirt and goof on each other.
Along with being the face of a wildly popular meme, Ryan Gosling is one of Hollywood’s busiest leading men with three films rumored to be in the works.
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