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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“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” sliced off $65 million at the weekend box office.
A Los Angeles-based health organization has filed a formal complaint with the State of Nevada, alleging a California porn company did not require its actors to use condoms during an adult film shoot in Las Vegas.
By now you’ve heard rumors that “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle” is pretty disappointing. But will kids love it, even if it’s not a film that necessarily connects with older audiences?
Sony Pictures Entertainment has moved James Franco and Seth Rogen’s new action-comedy “The Interview” to Christmas Day from its original Oct. 10 release date.
You buy a ticket for a movie like “Into the Storm” — aka, “Twister 2: Let’s Twist Again, Like We Did in the Summer of ’96” — for the tornadoes. And they, at least, do not disappoint.
Last week it was about movie brothers. This week we’re focusing on great movie sisters. And there are some good ones.
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” “Into the Storm,” “Step Up All In,” “The Hundred-Foot Journey,” “Boyhood,” “Deepsea Challenge 3D” and “I Origins”:
I took 164 minutes out of a recent vacation and dropped $32.54 to see “Boyhood.” It was worth every second. And every penny.
Since the movie is set in Vegas, I tried to write a feature story about it.
Actor Vincent Kartheiser of “Mad Men” fame married fellow thespian Alexis Bledel of “Gilmore Girls” in California this past June.
Even if technology and bigger budgets win the day for best “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” adaptation, turtle fans still owe a tip of their hats to the 1990 original. To honor the classic, let’s take a look at where five of the original cast members are today.
Carrie Brownstein is set to complete Nora Ephron’s unfinished screenplay “Lost in Austen” for Columbia Pictures, Neal Street Productions and Good Universe, the companies announced today.
Hollywood has not meaningfully increased the number of minority characters on the big screen and Hispanics were the most underrepresented in films, a study released on Monday said.
If you are a man whose wife generally disdains action films, here are three movies that will get your adrenaline up that she might not hate.
Sylvester Stallone may come across as the ultimate guy’s guy. But he says action stars like him are “the hardest characters to sell” to other men.
Marvel Studios’ cosmic romp starring Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana as members of an intergalactic band of rebels earned $94 million in its debut weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday. Ahead of its Friday debut, box office analysts initially projected that the comic book adaptation would earn between $60 million and $75 million in North America.
Even in a city that’s famous for outside-of-the-box weddings, the union of Amy Campbell and Mark Restucci was something you don’t see every day.
Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” is different, visual, funny and wildly entertaining, but should you take your kids? The answer depends on the parent, but here are a few insights you may like to know before heading into the theater.
Helen Mirren lowers her voice to a whisper and her eyes take on a devious twinkle as she makes a confession: When she has a really good time making a movie, as she did on “The Hundred-Foot Journey,” she fears: “Oh my God, is it going to suck?”
Netflix dropped almost 40 titles at the end of July, but in an attempt to make things right they are adding nearly 20 titles for August.
As of Aug. 1, Netflix will drop nearly 40 movies and TV shows from its streaming service.
Care for a tease? Peter Jackson’s final installment in the “Lord of the Rings” series, “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” has all of Middle Earth abuzz with this latest teaser trailer.