In the new earthquake extravaganza “San Andreas,” the Hoover Dam is brought down during a 7.1 quake that would make last week’s tremors feel like a Prius driving past your bedroom.
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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.
A British soldier (“Unbroken’s” Jack O’Connell) is trapped behind enemy lines in Belfast in the middle of vicious sectarian violence.
The Mo’ne Davis story is coming to Disney Channel. The 13-year-old who made history last summer as the first girl to pitch a shutout in the Little League World Series is the subject of a biopic that the cabler is developing with producer Debra Martin Chase.
When extraterrestrial beings mistake violence in classic video games for a declaration of war, the lifeforms wage war against planet Earth via video game pixels.
The official teaser poster for the next James Bond film, “Spectre,” was released Tuesday.
In addition to coming off like a more lifeless version of last fall’s Keanu Reeves vehicle “John Wick,” “Run All Night” feels a lot like every “Liam Neeson with a gun” movie — which is sadly becoming every Liam Neeson movie.
Tony Stark may have found the world’s next Avenger.
Johnny Depp suffered an injury while on location for “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” in Australia over the weekend, Variety has confirmed.
Netflix has released the first full trailer for Marvel’s “Daredevil,” the street-hero series starring British thesp Charlie Cox set in NYC’s Hell’s Kitchen.
“Captain America” actor Chris Evans met some “true superheroes” on Saturday at Seattle Children’s Hospital in a visit with “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Chris Pratt.
Did you know that March 15 is Absolutely Incredible Kids Day? The holiday was created by Campfire USA to show kids how special they are. Such a day allows parents and grownups to focus on the absolutely incredible kids in their lives.
Ford’s 1942 single-engine plane took off on Thursday from Santa Monica Airport, and a short time later he reported engine failure to air traffic controllers and turned around in an attempt to return.
The sequel, which catches up with a group of British seniors living in India, is devoid of pretty much everything that made the original feel so, well, original.
The popular streaming service will drop 60 titles in March and adding 37 new titles, including several TV series.
Another month is almost over, and that means it’s time to find out what you’ll no longer be able to watch on Netflix streaming and what you get to look forward to.
The con artist tale is witty, charming and so sexy it makes “Fifty Shades of Grey” feel like a two-hour cold shower. Well, technically “Fifty Shades of Grey” makes “Fifty Shades of Grey” feel like a two-hour cold shower, but I digress.
Leonard Nimoy, best known for his portrayal of logic-bound Mr. Spock in the “Star Trek” science fiction television series and movies, died on Friday at age 83 after a battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.