Disney’s latest animated classic-turned-live-action drama is “Cinderella,” and it hits theaters in March.
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There’s a noticeable lack of action, but the bleak “Hunger Games” sequel is as every bit as good as could be expected, considering it’s only telling half a story.
Mike Nichols was not a Vegas kind of guy. That made the rare occasions when he came into our world all that more impressive. And just a little intimidating.
Mike Nichols, the Oscar-winning director of “The Graduate” and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” was remembered by friends and colleagues as an artist, a mentor and a constant source of laughter and inspiration.
The first two movies opened to more than $150 million. Barring some sort of national catastrophe, this is practically guaranteed to be the year’s biggest debut weekend.
People magazine has named Chris Hemsworth the “Sexiest Man Alive” of 2014, cheering the Australian actor’s rise as hammer-wielding, bone fide hunk in the “Thor” films.
Starting between 2 and 2:30 p.m. depending on the theater, you can watch the first two installments plus “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part One” for $15-$30.
For $19.99, you can watch Christopher Nolan’s space odyssey as many times as you want at the Town Square and Rainbow Promenade locations.
Chinese audiences propelled “Interstellar” past the $300 million mark at the global box office this weekend.
See how many mistakes you can spot just in the first shot of the Strip in this preview of April’s “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.”
“Whiplash” is the first Miles Teller movie I’ve seen that didn’t make me want to do the young actor bodily harm.
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “Dumb and Dumber To,” “Beyond the Lights,” “Whiplash,” “Rosewater,” “Saving Christmas” and “Beyond the Farm”:
Lloyd (Carrey) and Harry (Daniels) return to the big screen after 20 years to search for the daughter Harry never knew he had.
The boisterous Portokalos family is coming back to the big screen.
Hollywood is avoiding the traditional holiday pileups this year by taking more of an advent calendar style approach to doling out its biggest movies.
Family audiences lifted “Big Hero 6” over “Interstellar” and the fanboys and girls who turned out in force for Christopher Nolan’s space adventure in one of the fiercest box office match-ups of the year.
Disney’s latest is beautiful, full of heart and silly in all the right places. And it may have even taught a young moviegoer how to laugh.
Authorities say an autopsy on actor Robin Williams found no alcohol or illegal drugs in his system when he committed suicide at his Northern California home in August.
Writer-director Christopher Nolan’s latest offers an intriguing mix of old and new, blending a ’70s-style aesthetic with cutting-edge special effects.
The captivating “Birdman,” starring Michael Keaton as a past-his-prime Hollywood star launching a Broadway play, is structured as one long, continuous scene.
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “Interstellar,” “Big Hero 6,” “Birdman,” “Laggies,” “On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter” and “Wayward: The Prodigal Son”:
When his hometown of San Fransokyo is in trouble, a robotics prodigy and his plus-sized inflatable robot, along with four of his friends, set out to save the day in this animated tale.
The Walt Disney Co. is expanding its digital movies app that allows fans to watch movie purchases across devices to Android’s Google Play.
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