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Moses (Christian Bale) defies Pharaoh Ramses (Joel Edgerton) and leads 400,000 slaves out of Egypt in this 3-D telling of the biblical journey.
Fox Searchlight’s “Birdman” is flying high with seven nominations for the 72nd annual Golden Globes, followed by five apiece for “Boyhood” and “The Imitation Game.”
Ever feel like you’re at war with your emotions?
Nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards are in and Michael Keaton’s quirky dark comedy “Birdman” is leading the way with four SAG nominations, followed by “Boyhood,” “The Imitation Game” and “The Theory of Everything” with three each and “Foxcatcher” with a pair.
Chalk up another oddball appearance with David Letterman for actor Joaquin Phoenix, who announced his “engagement” on the CBS late-night host’s talk show only to say hours later on Tuesday that it was a joke.
As depicted in the film, the Nebraska Territory in 1855 was a terrible place for women. One tosses her dead children out the door like so much garbage. Another pitches her crying baby down the pit of an outhouse.
What’s the opposite of deafening? I haven’t seen a trailer or a commercial for “The Pyramid.” I haven’t even seen a poster for it. And I spend a lot of time at the movies. But, hey, the studios had to release something this weekend, right?
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “The Homesman,” “The Pyramid” and “Dirty Dealing”:
James Bond will take on a sinister organisation with links to his past in the next installment of the blockbuster spy series, which star director Sam Mendes said on Thursday would be called “SPECTRE”.
Poor Kirk Douglas. He’s not dead, yet. But People magazine published that the legendary actor was 6-feet-under anyway.
Seth Rogen is taking his stoner persona to an even higher level next month for a Colorado screening of his new movie, “The Interview.”
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1,” the third film in the dystopian action series starring Jennifer Lawrence, collected $56.9 million to hold off advances by animated films “Penguins of Madagascar” and “Big Hero 6” and claim victory at the U.S. holiday weekend box office.
The first teaser for J.J. Abrams’ “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has hit the web.
Eddie Redmayne (“Les Miserables”) delivers a staggering performance in “The Theory of Everything,” which showcases the silly, playful side of Hawking most of the world never got to see.
The first full Jurassic World trailer has been posted online, two days ahead of its promised Thanksgiving release.
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “Horrible Bosses 2,” “Penguins of Madagascar” and “The Theory of Everything”:
Her dirty dentist was one of the highlights of “Horrible Bosses.” But, like much of the sequel, her sexually voracious character feels lazier and cheaper in “Horrible Bosses 2.”
Disney’s latest animated classic-turned-live-action drama is “Cinderella,” and it hits theaters in March.
There’s a noticeable lack of action, but the bleak “Hunger Games” sequel is as every bit as good as could be expected, considering it’s only telling half a story.
Mike Nichols was not a Vegas kind of guy. That made the rare occasions when he came into our world all that more impressive. And just a little intimidating.
Mike Nichols, the Oscar-winning director of “The Graduate” and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” was remembered by friends and colleagues as an artist, a mentor and a constant source of laughter and inspiration.
The first two movies opened to more than $150 million. Barring some sort of national catastrophe, this is practically guaranteed to be the year’s biggest debut weekend.