Welcome to the sci-fi future, a dystopia where breakdancing soldiers rescue our American freedom via the power of dance and poetry. Hello, 1980s movie themes, oh how we’ve missed you.
A movie crew was working on train tracks without permission from the railroad when a freight train crashed into the production team and its equipment, killing one and injuring seven others, a sheriff’s investigator said Friday.
Time will tell, but 40 years have brought the Jacksons from the old MGM Grand — where they played the Celebrity Room that was torn down to connect Bally’s to Paris Las Vegas — to a short walk next door at Planet Hollywood Resort.
The Kevin Costner action movie feels like something Liam Neeson was too busy to make. Given the month’s incredibly low standards, though, it’s everything a February movie should be.
The world premiere of “Anton Chekhov’s Cherry Orchard of the Living Dead,” at the Onyx Theatre, blends elements from the Russian playwright’s stage classics, sci-fi movies — and zombies rampaging through the Russian countryside.
Kerry Simon remembers his pizza-slingin’ days with Bill Murray as a slice of heaven. They were co-workers at a Little Caesars in a Chicago suburb.
You might think the marketing campaign for a movie called “In Secret” would play things a little close to the vest. Nope.