Scott’s death shocks the movie world and brings attention to the dangers of psychological disorders.
Two of my favorite things – musical theatre and Charlie Chaplin – are coming together on Broadway this Fall.
Christmas time at the movies just got a little less crowded this year with the announcement that ‘The Great Gatsby’ won’t be among the 2012 Holiday releases.
‘Vertigo’ and ‘Tokyo Story’ Orson Welles masterpiece in the popular movie polls for critics and directors.
Comic Con offered a feast of previews, posters, and new announcements. Check out some of the highlights!
There may be no movie with higher expectations this year, but critics say it (mostly) delivers.
July could be a great month for movies. Here are a few that are worth anticipating.
Tarantino’s latest gets a beautiful but messy trailer. Everything in it looks good, but the presentation is lacking.
What happen when a story goes from film to stage, back to film, back to stage one more time, and then finally to film again? We are about to find out!
See some of your favorite actors sporting some truly awesome facial hair.
The phrase “best superhero movie of all time” has been tossed about this night.
Films from Wes Anderson, Michael Haneke, Ken Loach, David Cronenberg, Abbas Kiarostami, Andrew Dominik, Jacques Audiard, and Alain Resnais are included.
The title and setting of the classic play will change, but the themes will remain the same.
The casting directors behind ‘Inside Llewyn Davies’ are looking for body doubles for Oscar Isaac, Garrett Hedlund, and John Goodman.
There is a surprisingly high number of movies in March that I am highly anticipating. Hopefully 2012 gets off to a good start!
More musicals are coming to the big screen with big names attached to both.
What two new production stills say – and what they don’t say – about Baz Luhrmann’s widely scrutinized adaptation of a literary classic.
Mixed reviews come in for David Fincher’s adaptation of the Swedish crime franchise.
Clips from over 200 films remind us what a fantastic year it has been.
Audiences are enthusiastic and critics are mixed on Cameron Crowe’s latest film.