In keeping with holiday tradition, Hollywood studios finally unwrapped the last of their adult-oriented prestige pictures on Christmas Day, giving the moviegoing public a chance to check in with the rest of 2014's high-profile Oscar hopefuls.
Perhaps you've heard of a little movie called "The Interview." In the weeks leading up to its on-again, off-again release, Seth Rogen and James Franco's North Korea-themed comedy precipitated a crippling cyber-attack on Sony Pictures and sparked heated debate on everything from free speech to...
Ava DuVernay's historical drama "Selma" marches into theaters this Christmas as the first major Hollywood film to focus on Martin Luther King Jr. and his accomplishments. But although it's been nearly 50 years since King and his colleagues paved the way for the passage of the Voting Rights Act,...
Vinnie Chase and his bros are back in the first trailer for "Entourage," the big-screen adaptation of the HBO series about four dudes from Queens running wild in Hollywood.
"Star Trek 3" has set a course for a July 8, 2016, theatrical release, Paramount Pictures announced Tuesday.
Part of the subversive appeal of Stephen Sondheim's musical "Into the Woods" is that it gleefully skewers well-known fairy-tale tropes. It's perhaps a bit ironic, then, that film critics are saying the new big-screen adaptation doesn't quite end happily ever after.
Trust issues abound in the new trailer for "Focus," the upcoming con-artist caper starring Will Smith as a veteran hustler and Margot Robbie as his former protege turned femme fatale.
Berlin just got a few degrees warmer. "Fifty Shades of Grey," the erotic drama based on E.L. James' massively popular S&M-themed novel, will make its international premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival, organizers announced Monday.