The nominations for the 2015 Tony awards will be announced Tuesday morning in New York by Mary-Louise Parker and Bruce Willis.
It might seem like the world had moved on this weekend, but while you were busy getting caught up in Bruce Jenner or wondering why everyone else was getting caught up in Bruce Jenner, something unusual was happening at the multiplex. “Furious 7,” that film you heard about what seemed like so many...
The Weinstein Co. and the screenwriter John Fusco had a fruitful collaboration with “Marco Polo,” the period epic set during the 13th-century reign of Kublai Khan that Netflix debuted in December.
There is a whole gang of players who want to define how we consume the coming wave of virtual-reality content: start-up tech firms like Jaunt and Oculus, traditional movie outfits like Fox, nontraditional movie outfits like MatterVR and Oculus Story Studio.
Wouldn't it be nice, Beach Boys fans have thought for years, if they could wake up to find music legend Brian Wilson on the big screen? And how would we feel if instead of the generic rise-and-fall tale, he genuinely tangled with ghosts and a deliciously malevolent doctor? God only knows.
Something’s rockin' in the state of Denmark. The country pulled off a near sweep of the top jury prizes at the Tribeca Film Festival on Thursday, though many of the films were about subjects far from Copenhagen.
The Cannes Film Festival rounded out its programming Thursday, naming Gaspar Noe’s anticipated “Love” as an out-of-competition selection and adding two titles to the main competition.
One of the more revealing details of Ben Affleck’s apology/defense of his decision to press PBS to edit out his slave-holding ancestor comes not when he’s detailing his embarrassment but when he makes an unexpected comparison: to shooting a film.