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.”
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Imax Corporation has renewed its exhibition agreement with Walt Disney Studios, ensuring that its wide screens will host a steady stream of Marvel, Pixar and Lucasfilm productions in the coming years.
Netflix has officially given the classic ’80s cartoon “Inspector Gadget” a facelift for a new generation of kids, releasing 16 episodes this month.
I was chatting with Celeste Rosenlof a few weeks ago when she asked if I’d ever considered writing articles about great independent movies.
Disney has officially boarded the live-action remake train with recent releases like “Maleficent” and “Cinderella.” Several more movies are in the pipeline and Megan Marsden Christensen gave us a great little write-up of what live-action adaptations we can look forward to.
Sure, the whole thing makes zero sense. If it were possible to make negative sense, this latest sequel would do just that. But if nothing else, “Furious 7” gives fans exactly what they want.
Almost 75 years after movie queen Carole Lombard and 21 others were killed in a plane crash amid its jagged peaks, climbing Mount Potosi remains an exhausting and somber experience for those who dare.
With seven installments that have so far raked in nearly $2.4 billion, it’s one of the biggest franchises in movie history. It’s also one of the most convoluted.
Netflix started the month of April with a slaughter by taking off every sequel you haven’t gotten around to yet.
Get ready, geeks. Netflix’s “Daredevil” is finally coming this month.
There’s something magical about seeing our favorite fairy tales come to life on the big screen, and Disney continues to make all our cinematic dreams comes true with a slew of live-action films.
While most people associated March with basketball madness, others look forward to “Extraterrestrial Abductions Day,” which has already passed (March 20). But if you’re still on earth, here’s some good flicks to get your alien fix.
Rumors surrounding “Alien Nation,” Lex Luthor and “Ready Player One” are heating up in this week’s movie news.
As a statement on America’s racial divide, the movie is every bit as confusing and ineffective as Starbucks having its baristas write “Race Together” on your triple venti soy no foam latte.
Here are five Disney films — animated and live-action — that, for one reason or another, didn’t get the attention they likely should have received
If you’re going to interview Cate Blanchett, please have some good questions prepared.
Despite brief stops at Caesars Palace and Planet Hollywood Resort, most of the movie takes place in Naked City and the Golden Gate.
Did you know that Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, is coming to Vegas this weekend to help screen a movie? Because I didn’t until just now.
Jennifer Lawrence told MTV that it’s a wrap for her after “X-Men: Apocalypse,” which is due in theaters in 2016.
“Fast & Furious” isn’t just a movie anymore. It’s a theme park ride.
It’s been 30 years since “Clue” first hit movie theaters. But what’s happened to the eccentric cast of characters? After shedding their need to kill with pipes, ropes and revolvers in the dining room, or billiard room, or maybe in the study, well, where did they go?
For a generation of moviegoers in the early 1990s, “Pretty Woman” was a cultural touchstone. But how does it stand up today? Not everyone is a fan.
Mental illness is a very real, and very serious, problem for millions of people across the United States and around the world.