Think of it as the calm before the Stormtroopers. And the Wonder Women. And the Deadpools.
Martin Landau, the chameleon-like actor who gained fame as the crafty master of disguise in the 1960s TV show “Mission: Impossible,” then capped a long and versatile career with an Oscar for his poignant portrayal of aging horror movie star Bela Lugosi in 1994’s “Ed Wood,” has died. He was 89.
George Romero, who launched the zombie film genre with his 1968 “Night of the Living Dead,” died on Sunday, Variety has confirmed. He was 77.
“War for the Planet of the Apes” is officially the box office champ, during a weekend that demands a close look.
Mark Hamill has been bestowed one of Disney’s highest honors, but he can’t believe Carrie Fisher wasn’t there to see it.
Don’t be fooled by the Las Vegas heat — winter is coming.
It turns out you really can get audiences excited about seeing an acclaimed movie that deals with moral complexity, war crimes and how many monstrous acts someone would commit against his friends simply to survive. You just have to make sure that most of the characters are monkeys.
Terry Notary has helped bring everything from Hulks to Whos, orcs to Na’vi, and every sort of ape imaginable — including those in this weekend’s “War for the Planet of the Apes” — to the big screen as one of Hollywood’s top movement coaches and motion-capture artists.
There’s a frog in a lot of throats across the country as news has circulated that Kermit the Frog is getting a new voice.
As of Sunday morning, the latest cinematic depiction of the webbed hero, “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” is looking at a $117 million opening from 4,348 locations.