A few TV anchors were not happy with Cara Delevingne, and it made for one cringe-worthy interview. The model and actress appeared on "Good Day Sacramento" to promote her film "Paper Towns," and the interview grew tense as she seemed less-than-enthusiastic and the anchors called her out for it.
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It may not seem like it when you get stuck in particularly heinous traffic or spend an afternoon waiting in line at the DMV, but the world is full of inspiring people doing remarkable things. Luckily for us, it’s not that difficult to be reminded of that fact; all you need is Netflix
Oscar-winning producer Robert Chartoff, who was behind the hit boxing films “Rocky” and “Raging Bull,” died on Wednesday in California at the age of 81, CNN reported.
With “Jurassic World” opening Friday, how will the film’s dino star, Indominus rex, stack up against all the other prehistoric beasts in the blockbuster franchise?
EW has gotten its hands on a few of the opening panels from the “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” graphic novel
If “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1” left you wanting more, you’re not alone.
“Kung Fury” is a fast-paced 31-minute film that begins with the main character Kung Fury killing a sentient arcade game machine that runs amok, followed by Adolf Hitler shooting people through the phone, and a hilarious tech nerd devising a time machine after a mere five-second pause.
With the monthly information dump of new Netflix titles, plenty of little-seen movies and TV shows will go unnoticed. So, here’s a look at some of the smaller titles to dig into this June.
Credit writer-director Paul Feig for realizing that the best way to give McCarthy’s film career a shot in the arm would be an espionage comedy in which several people get shot in the arm.
Ex-New York Knicks star Allan Houston is getting behind the camera for a new documentary about fatherhood. The former NBA player, who is now assistant G.M. of the Knicks, revealed the trailer for “The Legacy of My Father” at the Greenwich International Film Festival on Thursday.
Summers are long, and entertaining your kids isn’t cheap. Especially at movie theaters, where you don’t have to be a Duggar to feel the sting of even the children’s matinee tickets.
Looking for something to do indoors this weekend? Take a look at these.
Annual benefit featuring Las Vegas Cirque performers returns to town as a Fathom Events one-night screening in five theaters.
“Entourage” feels exactly like a season of the HBO hit condensed into 104 minutes — which says plenty about how little passed for a season’s worth of plot.
While The Stones continue to sound relevant and most of The Beatles’ songbook still flows perfectly out of Paul McCartney, there’s something inherently creepy about a bunch of septuagenarians singing about teenage girls in bikinis.
We’re a month into the summer movie season, and the offerings so far have been underwhelming at best. But hope springs eternal.
The first teaser for Pixar’s “The Good Dinosaur” imagines a world where the asteroid that wiped out the prehistoric creatures never hit the earth, allowing the species to survive and coexist with humans.
Following the box office success of “San Andreas,” star Dwayne Johnson is in negotiations to star in a remake of ’80s cult classic “Big Trouble in Little China” for 20th Century Fox, sources tell Variety.
Economical at two movies for the price of one and more forgiving of fussy kids, the drive-in is far from fading into the sunset.
Despite his biceps and bravado, L.A. Fire Department rescue pilot Ray Gaines (Dwayne Johnson) is pretty terrible at actually rescuing people.
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.
Since many viewers bailed on the HBO comedy before its hot mess of an eighth and final season, here’s a look back at what Vince, E, Drama, Turtle and Ari were up to at the end in time for the “Entourage” movie.
June means Netflix is getting 60 new titles, some of which are actually notable.