Like Black Friday for "Star Wars" aficionados, Friday will see several new products hitting stores, many based around "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," out December 18.
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Some parents claim that McDonald’s Minion Happy Meal toys are asking a rude question. And they’re not happy about it.
Every Sunday through Sept. 6, locals are invited to the free screening series that kicks off this weekend with “The Breakfast Club.”
Is this poster promoting the Chinese edition of animated movie “Cars”? No. But some say it’s a knock-off. Critics and disappointed movie goers say a newly-released Chinese animation is a copy of Pixar’s hit film franchise, but the filmmaker and production company have denied the accusations, insisting it is “independently produced” and an “original” film.
Here’s a look at this week’s new releases, “Minions,” “Self/Less,” “The Gallows,” “Amy” and “The Cokeville Miracle.”
The native Las Vegan is never mentioned in the HBO tennis mockumentary “7 Days in Hell.” But the spiky blond mullet and denim shorts sported by Aaron Williams, Andy Samberg’s “bad boy of tennis” character, are unmistakable.
Actor Omar Sharif, best known for his title role as Doctor Zhivago in the Oscar-winning film, has died, Egyptian state television said. He was 83.
The goofy new teaser for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2” feels like the beginning of an homage to Janet Jackson’s “Rhythm Nation” video.
If Steve Carell had grown tired of voicing Gru or were demanding too much money to continue, you could understand why Universal would want to give the bumbling, mumbling critters their own movie.
Lucasfilm and Disney Interactive are launching a free “Star Wars” app featuring breaking news, video, social updates, interactive features and other exclusive content about the epic franchise, part of the promotional strategy for the December release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
The 1999 animated tale of a boy (voiced by Eli Marienthal) and his robot (an up-and-coming actor named Vin Diesel) is returning to theaters, remastered with two new scenes..
A heartbreaking documentary and an aging Sherlock Holmes join the traditional mix of sequels and superheroes.
Legendary producer Jerry Weintraub, best known for “The Karate Kid,” “Nashville” and the “Ocean’s Eleven” franchise, died Monday at 77.
While each month Netflix announces what will be removed from their catalogue to make space for new movies, documentaries and TV shows, the streaming giant quietly removed hundreds of programs over the holiday weekend.
Between all of the Fourth of July barbecues and fireworks, there just might be time for your family to enjoy a movie together. Here are a few suggestions we think everyone will enjoy.
It’s never a good sign when Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 cyborg has more charm and charisma than anyone else on the screen. Combined.
New images from the upcoming battle movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” were released by Entertainment Weekly and they just might make your nerd-heart skip a beat.
Take a look behind the craziness of filming the sexy sequel with Channing Tatum and the rest of the Kings of Tampa.
Despite all the muscles on display in “Magic Mike XXL” and “Terminator Genisys,” neither of the sequels may be able to push their way past “Jurassic World” and “Inside Out” at the weekend box office.
As beloved as Jobs is among Apple devotees, the first trailer for the biopic makes him out to be a world-class jackhole.
Thirty-five years ago Thursday, “Airplane!” premiered in theaters. It wasn’t the first manic, boisterous comedy, nor was it the first film to parody disaster movies. (Remember “The Big Bus”? Of course you don’t, even though the bowling alley was a nice touch.)
Lionsgate and Hasbro are teaming up on a Monopoly movie and have tapped Andrew Nicol (“The Truman Show”) to write the screenplay.
The only way to more perfectly deliver exactly what its fans want would be to re-release it, unrated and in 3-D. As a movie, though, the nearly two hours of gyrating man candy is awful. Atrocious even.