The YouTube Premium series, returning Wednesday, continues the decadeslong rivalry between Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence.
Celebrations for the 40th anniversary of the Monty Python comedy classic “Life of Brian” are being somewhat overshadowed by the health news of member Terry Jones.
If you’re running out of things to do with your kids during spring break — or if you just need a cheap night out away from them — the West Wind Las Vegas Drive-In has you covered.
The Elton John biopic “Rocketman” will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival next month.
Eclipse Theaters’ foreclosure sale has been postponed.
The feature documentary “Valiant” about the Vegas Golden Knights, co-produced by NHL Original Productions, is being taken out in search of a distributor, according to Deadline.com.
A rush of newcomers couldn’t shake “Shazam!” from the top spot, as the superhero comedy led the box office for the second straight weekend with $25.1 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Chrissy Metz of “This Is Us” has a new movie out April 17, and made her singing debut at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas.
No one is ever really gone, says Luke Skywalker in the first teaser for “Star Wars: Episode IX,” which fans got a first look at Friday at Star Wars Celebration in Chicago.
The pop star takes over T-Mobile Arena on Friday.
The hits and misses of his four-decade Hollywood career form the backbone of Rob Lowe’s one-man show.
Twitter removed a campaign video posted by President Donald Trump after Warner’s Bros. Pictures complained about the use of the score from its 2012 movie “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Eclipse is still open and showing movies. But its financial and legal woes show the eight-screen, 72,000-square-foot theater has had a rocky ride.
Seven films in, the DC Extended Universe is finally flying with some wind behind its back. The well-reviewed, relatively modestly budgeted “Shazam!” debuted with $53.5 million in ticket sales over the weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday, handing DC its latest critical and box-office success.
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.