The first official “Mockingjay” trailer, which highlights the ongoing struggles of Katniss Everdeen and the people who have come to believe in her, has been released.
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Following the success of “Maleficent,” Disney plans to release three more live-action adaptations including “Cinderella,” “The Jungle Book” and “Beauty and the Beast.”
Here are five movies, plus a few extra, guys can get a little salty eyed at and keep your man card.
Kevin James says he won’t be confused for a member of the Rat Pack. But he is a veteran Las Vegas headliner getting at least a one-day taste of the “Ocean’s Eleven” legend, working a showroom by night and a movie set by day.
For his fans, “Edge of Tomorrow” offers enough of the old Tom Cruise standbys: a motorcycle scene, romance, etc. — while showcasing a rarely seen side of the actor.
1984 is, what some consider, the greatest pop culture year in history. Here are five flicks that probably put it over the top.
Here’s a quick peek at the new movies hitting theaters this week.
What: “The Fault in Our Stars”
May already gave us “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” and “Maleficent,” but June seems to be offering even more. Here are a few flicks headed to the big screen in June that different members of your family can look forward to.
June is a big month for movies in the theaters, but there are also some great picks that are headed to Netflix this month that are totally worth your time.
The ex-journalist who was arrested after jostling with Brad Pitt at a film premiere last week said Monday he was merely trying to give the actor a hug and didn’t mean him any harm.
“Maleficent” got a PG Rating, but is that an accurate rating for Disney’s spin on the evil fairy from “Sleepy Beauty” fame?
The biggest box-office debut of Angelina Jolie’s career propelled Disney’s twisted fairy tale “Maleficent” to a scary-good $70 million opening.
Nobody likes sitting next to small children at the movies.
Whether it’s work, kids, school or too much lounging by the pool — we envy you — we could all use a pick-me-up to kick off the weekend. Here are five movies streaming on Netflix guaranteed to brighten your day after a long week.
Pity the old-timer who, after seeing the posters and only half-watching the commercials, buys a ticket for “A Million Ways to Die in the West” without even a passing awareness of its co-writer, director and star, Seth MacFarlane. The poor guy may never leave his Barcalounger again.
The Disney movie turns the tables on the studio’s 1959 animated classic — and undoes most of what you know and love about it — with this wildly revisionist live-action tale that creates a backstory for its most popular villain.
For those who have Netflix streaming, you know that the “Sci-Fi” tab is pretty unpredictable. So, we hunted for some gems that are worth streaming.
A man who was arrested after police said he rushed and touched Brad Pitt at the premiere of the Angelina Jolie movie “Maleficent” is a former Ukrainian journalist with a history of getting too close to celebrities.
How does a person get to be on a first-name basis with Sly Stallone? In Randy Couture’s case, he was such a baddasador (an MMA champ with acting chops) that Sly cast him in “The Expendibles.”
The untold story of betrayal and revenge that turned Maleficent (Jolie) into the iconic “Sleeping Beauty” villain finally is told.
Here are four families in TV shows or films that have little resemblance to the Cleavers but still fostered healthy and loving environments for everyone in the family.
In honor of the upcoming “Maleficent” movie starring Angelina Jolie, and simply because we can’t wait to see the film, here is a look at what we believe are the five most evil villains in Disney history.