Disney-Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has cleared the $1 billion milestone in worldwide grosses in less than three weeks.
The Clark High grad hosted the Oscars, then jumped into the national spotlight with his impassioned pleas for health care for those with pre-existing medical conditions after his son, Billy, was born with a heart ailment.
The difference between “favorite” and “best” can be as wide as the alleged chasm between critics and moviegoers over the merits of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”
Despite what you’ll see on the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday night, not everyone wants to leave home on New Year’s Eve.
Actress Heather Menzies-Urich, who played one of the singing von Trapp children in the hit 1965 film, “The Sound of Music,” has died. She was 68.
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is continuing its dominance over the movie galaxy as expected, outpacing three new releases. The eighth installment in the Disney-owned space saga is expected to add another nearly $69 million to its coffers over the weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.
For a movie centered around one of the world’s most famous kidnappings, “All the Money in the World” isn’t much of a thriller.
The film chronicles the story of Molly Bloom, dubbed “the poker princess” for organizing high-stakes games for celebrities.
J. Edgar Hoover’s Communist-hunting agents thought the classic movie was a Trojan horse sneaking anti-American propaganda to the masses. This argument was compiled in a memo written by an unnamed special agent in the FBI’s Los Angeles field office about “communist infiltration” of the motion picture industry.
Christmas is coming early at the multiplexes. “The Greatest Showman” and “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” hit theaters Wednesday, and “Darkest Hour,” “Downsizing,” “The Shape of Water,” “Pitch Perfect 3” and “Father Figures” arrive Friday.