The rest of 2016 may have been a raging dumpster fire, but there was at least one category in which the year was better than its predecessor: local ties to movies. Meanwhile, on TV, Paula Francis ends a long career as news anchor for KLAS-TV, Channel 8.
An HBO documentary about the relationship between actress and writer Carrie Fisher and her Hollywood legend mother, Debbie Reynolds, will air Jan. 7.
Big movies aren’t always good movies. Heck, they rarely are. But they sure are easy to get excited about.
The deaths of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher over the past 48 hours have left the team behind the upcoming HBO documentary on the mother and daughter reeling from shock.
Reaction to the death of actress Debbie Reynolds Wednesday at 84, a day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher, died:
Sequels and spin-offs to “Finding Nemo,” “Captain America,” and “Star Wars” powered the 2016 box office to a new domestic record.
Netflix is wasting no time clearing out content in the new year. The streaming service is planning a bulk removal of movies and television shows starting on the first day of January.
For those planning to spend New Year’s Eve in front of their television, Netflix is going to help you ring in the new year by streaming Countdown specials.
“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” remains powerful at the U.S. holiday box office with a dominant $15 million on Christmas Eve at 4,157 sites and projections of a $120 million-plus haul over the six-day Dec. 21-26 period.
Ridley Scott’s trademark disturbing monsters dominate Fox’s first trailer for “Alien: Covenant” — including one bursting out of a body and another slithering into a shower while a couple makes love.