“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” outdid another weekend’s worth of newcomers to top the North American box office for the third straight weekend, making the surprise hit the fifth-highest grossing film of all time for Sony Pictures.
A “Game of Thrones”-themed ice hotel complete with a bar and a chapel for weddings has opened in northern Finland in a joint effort by a local hotel chain and the U.S. producers of the hit TV series.
The Chris Hemsworth-led picture feels like a half dozen or more recent war movies, which is what you can imagine the heads of various Hollywood studios saying —until producer Jerry Bruckheimer pleaded something along the lines of, “But, wait! This time there are horses!”
You might want to grab a Red Bull on your way into the theater for this coming-of-age romance.
Meryl Streep, Liam Neeson, Taraji P. Henson and Paddington Bear and all rushed into movie theaters over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, but “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” still roared the loudest with an estimated $27 million in ticket sales, Friday to Sunday.
Christian Bale is late. It’s not that the Bat-Signal just flashed across his backyard, though it has been a tough month in Los Angeles.
You wouldn’t expect a movie that relies on pay phones, typewriters and Linotype to be the timeliest entry of the awards season.
Hedy Lamarr was one of the most beautiful women in the world and served as the physical inspiration for Snow White and Catwoman.
Michael Douglas has come forward to vigorously deny an allegation of sexual misconduct from three decades ago — before the publication of the claim.
The New York Times has canceled a public event with James Franco days after the Golden Globe winner was accused of sexual misconduct.