The summer box office for 2014 was the worst in at least seven years. Here are some things to take away from those results.
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Al Pacino is making two trips up the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday, with a pair of movies about aging, regret, giving up and letting go. But fear not — the actor says he’s not about to lower the curtain on his own career.
If there is one thing that can make or break a horror film, it’s the setting. Here are some real-life places that can make any movie scarier.
Here’s a look at the new movies “The November Man,” “As Above/So Below,” “Land Ho!,” “Saints and Soldiers: The Void” and “Cantinflas”:
A former child model can drop his lawsuit accusing “X-Men” director Bryan Singer of sex abuse in Hawaii and has the option of refiling it later, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were married in France, according to media reports on Thursday.
There is virtually zero buzz about “As Above/So Below.” But it’s the biggest movie opening this weekend. There’s a reason they call these the dog days of summer.
The Fourth of July is a huge moviegoing day. Christmas is so big, New Year’s is left open to give everyone time to catch up. But Labor Day? Nothing. Zilch. It’s as though Hollywood wants you to — gasp! — go outside this weekend.
There’s not much in “The November Man” that you haven’t seen before, usually done better somewhere else. Compared to the franchises it seems to be striving for, as Bond it’s bland, and as Bourne it’s a bore.
As part of its customer appreciation night, the West Wind Drive-In is offering free admission on Thursday to see “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” “Maleficent,” “How to Train Your Dragon 2” and “Think Like a Man Too.”
Robin Williams had a profound influence, not only on Hollywood and comedy, but also on the lives of many individuals. So what can we learn from his legacy?
With the start of a new school year, every parent hopes for teachers who get the most out of their students. With this in mind, here are four inspiring TV and movie teachers.
The start of college football got us thinking about how we could use some coaching to keep our composure and get through this week. Here are four movie coaches that can teach us all a thing or two to get us through this long, long week.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” became the summer’s top-grossing movie at the North American box office with a $17.6 million weekend that narrowly bested the young adult melodrama “If I Stay,” while the long-delayed “Sin City” sequel, “A Dame to Kill For,” flopped.
Surviving members of the Black Stuntmen’s Association gather to tell their battle against discrimination in Hollywood studios.
Vin Diesel was recently challenged to the ALS challenge by James Gun, but countered with “Plant a tree for Groot.”
Chinese authorities blocked an annual independent film festival from opening on Saturday, said organizers of an event that has become a rare and influential venue for the showing of films that could be critical of the government.
A former child model accusing “X-Men” director Bryan Singer of sex abuse in Hawaii said he wants to dismiss the lawsuit — not because it lacks merit but because he can’t find a new attorney to represent him.
“When the Game Stands Tall” tries to be an inspirational Christian film with uplifting themes and moral lessons, but misses more than it hits. Which begs the question, is it OK for your kids?
The big question at the heart of the movie is a big no-brainer. But high school senior Mia Hall (Chloe Grace Moretz), comatose and clinging to life, is torn by the choice in “If I Stay.”
The inspiring, true story of the De La Salle High School football team hits the big screen this week in “When the Game Stands Tall.” And that inspired us to look at other true, but entertaining stories streaming.
It will be interesting to see whether the nine-year break has heightened or dampened enthusiasm for this one.
For those heading back to school in the very near future, here are three family movies to help you soak up the last few days of summer.
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