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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A century-old Seattle house resembling the home in Walt Disney Co’s animated movie “Up” is facing possible demolition, local media reported on Monday.
Dig 1970s culture? Well, here’s a list of seven essential ’70s films available you can stream on Netflix.
If you’ve had “Big Fish” on your Netflix list for a while now, you better watch it — it’s part of 53 other titles being dropped from the streaming service in July.
If you’re getting bored with the same titles on Netflix, starting on the first of July, the streaming service will be adding 57 new titles.
The sequel is part buddy comedy, part road trip, part courtroom drama and part goofy action spectacle. But none of the genres is given the time to be sufficiently, satisfyingly explored, despite the movie’s way-too-long 115-minute running time.
If Netflix were a Nielsen-rated TV network, the No. 1 streaming service would, within a year, attain a larger 24-hour audience than each of the major broadcast networks — ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC — according to a Wall Street analyst firm.
With “Terminator Genisys” opening July 1, here’s your A-to-Z guide to the first four movies in the “Terminator” franchise.
Did you dislike “G.I. Joe”? Don’t worry — its star, Channing Tatum, did too.
Disney has launched development on a Charles Darwin movie with Stephen Gaghan on board to direct from his own screenplay.
Universal’s plans for a cinematic universe based on the Transformers franchise are starting to come together as it signs a few interesting names who will help develop the Transformers movies of tomorrow.
It’s only the second original movie from Disney/Pixar since 2009’s “Up” as the company found itself stuck in a rash of sequels. The wait, though, was certainly worth it.
AMC’s new teaser for its “Walking Dead” spinoff, “Fear the Walking Dead,” is decidedly zombie-free.
Indominus rex and the rest of the prehistoric beasties are expected to run right over this week’s newcomers, including “Inside Out,” only the second non-sequel from Disney/Pixar since 2009’s “Up.”
Watch Amy Poehler (Joy), “The Office’s” Phyllis Smith (Sadness), Bill Hader (Fear), Mindy Kaling (Disgust) and Lewis Black (Anger) explain their characters in the latest animated adventure from Disney/Pixar.
Comedian Paula Poundstone doesn’t like what she sees at the park near her Santa Monica home: “95 percent” of parents and nannies ignoring their kids while staring at phones.
“Boulevard,” co-starring Bob Odenkirk and Kathy Baker, hits theaters beginning July 17.
With Star Wars’ cinematic return in “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” this Christmas, fans are already looking ahead to the vast possibilities of Disney’s announced Star Wars Anthology films, which are poised to tap the rich mythos of the Star Wars universe.
Pete Docter, the legendary director behind Up and Monsters Inc., has a new animation which is about to hit the big screen. Inside Out is set inside the mind of an 11-year-old girl whose emotions — joy, sadness, anger, fear and disgust — compete to control her.
When “Jurassic Park” came out in 1993, it was the most scientifically accurate depiction of dinosaurs ever put on film. Since then, science has progressed beyond director Steven Spielberg’s film, providing a much more detailed view of what prehistoric life was really like.
“Jurassic World” combines enough nostalgia, technical wizardry and nonsensically thrilling moments to make fans of the original feel like kids again. Although those kids probably shouldn’t be seeing “Jurassic World” in the first place, because, nightmares.
How much is too much when it comes to violence in movies that are clearly aimed at kids?
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