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 holiday favorites will be shown on the hotel’s 65-foot digital marquee as part of Date Skate Mondays and Tuesdays.
Nicolas Cage, a Las Vegas resident, is to play a character desperate to get a role in a new Quentin Tarantino movie.
“Valiant” screened before Sunday’s game at T-Mobile Arena. A couple of thousand ticketholders braved traffic and road closures to watch the long-in-the-works documentary.
“Ford v Ferrari” left its competition in the rearview, racing to a $31 million debut at the box office in a No. 1 finish that counted as a win for big-budget originality.
The movie, chronicling the team’s inaugural season, will premiere before Sunday’s game inside T-Mobile Arena.
The 23-year-old Canadian popster Alessia Cara brings her “Pains of Growing” tour to The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Friday.
The gangster epic, which opened Friday, is at the heart of a long-running dispute between Netflix and movie theater owners.
Despite a fresh injection of four big movies into the marketplace including a Stephen King adaptation, a World War II epic, a glossy, holiday-themed romantic comedy and a family friendly comedy, audiences largely stayed away from theaters this weekend and the North American box office is hurting.
In “Zombieland: Double Tap,” Woody Harrelson reprises his role as zombie-hunting Tallahassee, and in “Midway” he plays Admiral Chester Nimitz in the story of the Battle of Midway.