Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre is due for a cold snap in the form of Disney's hit animated musical "Frozen," which will return in a special singalong version beginning Aug. 20.
It's clobberin' time for "Fantastic Four," but the Josh Trank-directed film isn't the one doing the clobberin'.
Though he's best known for skewering politicians and the news media, departing "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart has long applied his brand of skeptical humor to the world of pop culture. In contrast to many celebrity interviewers, Stewart is refreshingly freewheeling — and at times comically underprepared.
The fate of the world is not the only thing at stake in "Fantastic Four," Fox's big-screen reboot of the superhero quartet known as Marvel Comics' first family.
The last time Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt made a movie together, they played married spies trying to blow each other up in "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."
A new USC study has found that women had less than one-third of the speaking roles in the top-grossing films between 2007 and 2014 — another indication of the extent of Hollywood's longstanding gender and diversity problems.
Sony Pictures is looking forward while looking back, announcing release dates for 15 films in 2016 and 2017 and one in 2019, including two "Bad Boys" sequels, a "Jumanji" reboot, a film based on Stephen King's "The Dark Tower" series and a "Barbie" movie.
Filmmaker Peter Berg is looking to reunite with Mark Wahlberg for another fact-based drama.