For the most part, the big-screen adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber mega-musical succeeds only in raising an alarming number of questions.
To appropriate R.E.M.’s rapid-fire 1987 anthem: It’s the end of “Star Wars” as we know it, and I feel fine.
You know you’re in for a wild couple of months at the movies when the phrase “Oscar buzz for Adam Sandler” isn’t the most jarringly discordant thing you’ll encounter.
The gangster epic, which opened Friday, is at the heart of a long-running dispute between Netflix and movie theater owners.
“I felt like something was drawing the life out of me,” he says, while filming the “Ghost Adventures” Halloween special,”Curse of the Harrisville Farmhouse.”
Henderson’s Michael Damian says he’s happy working behind the scenes with wife Janeen on projects including the new movie “High Strung Free Dance,” in theaters next weekend.
There’s never been a better time to be alive, especially if you happen to belong to that small subset of consumers who prefer their Gotham City a little less Batman-y.
The Sundance hit “Britanny Runs a Marathon,” opening Friday in theaters nationwide, marks Las Vegas native Jillian Bell’s first leading role on the big screen.
You could pre-game the alien-themed festival just by bingeing all 14 seasons of History’s “Ancient Aliens.”
The Amazing Johnathan is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside the guy whose act included a joke that, decades later, remains among the most original and deeply wrong things you could ever hope to hear.