“John Wick” and “A Dog’s Purpose,” both of which have sequels opening Friday, don’t have much in common besides some traumatizing canine deaths.
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Get ready for Russell Crowe as Roger Ailes, Benedict Cumberbatch as Satan and George Clooney in “Catch 22.”
The 4DX movie machinery with the latest ‘Avengers’ at Red Rock Resort makes it closer to a theme park attraction than a traditional movie.
Given the new world order introduced in its latest blockbuster, there are only hints of what’s to come in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Boyz II Men’s Nathan Morris and director Jonathan Levine talk about the group’s involvement in the Seth Rogen-Charlize Theron romantic comedy.
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“We’ve always described him as one of the smartest and dumbest people we’ve ever met,” said Brad Phillips, who has known the Las Vegas-based “Jeopardy!” champ since high school.
It would be hard for a film festival to attract more attention than by screening documentaries invoking Satan and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The YouTube Premium series, returning Wednesday, continues the decadeslong rivalry between Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence.
The hits and misses of his four-decade Hollywood career form the backbone of Rob Lowe’s one-man show.
The annual event grew out of the backlash over the 2016 demise of Lexa on The CW’s post-apocalyptic drama “The 100.”
The final day of CinemaCon at Caesars Palace came with a familiar tinge as Arnold Schwarzenegger and others promoted films with titles harking back to previous blockbusters.
Perhaps stealing a page from its theme park division, Universal took attendees on a wild ride, bookended by that duo, during its CinemaCon presentation Wednesday at Caesars Palace.
Killer clowns and a foul-mouthed Helen Mirren took center stage Tuesday during the first full day of CinemaCon at Caesars Palace.
Concetta Potenza has been on the receiving end of so many pranks by her nephew, Jimmy Kimmel, that she doesn’t know when or where he’ll strike next.