"Terminator: Genisys," the fifth film in the blockbuster sci-fi franchise, isn't scheduled to hit theaters until July 2015, and if there's one thing its predecessors taught us, it's that the future is uncertain.
Fall prestige pics, maybe. A Shane Carruth Sundance puzzler, sure. Halloween? It's not the holiday one immediately thinks of for movies that tickle the noggin.
It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly a year since Paul Walker died in a tragic car accident, one of those events that seems like it just happened yesterday (when it seems like it actually happened at all).
A Friday night Halloween may be good for weekend sugar rushes, but it's hardly sweet for Hollywood.
One of the more intriguing entrants to the holiday/late award-season calendar is “Selma,” indie filmmaker Ava DuVernay’s take on Martin Luther King Jr. and three critical months in the civil rights movement circa 1965.
When director Ava DuVernay was making her new film, "Selma," about the 1965 civil rights marches in Alabama, she found herself in an odd position: re-creating the charged events in the very locations where they took place.
About midway through 2013, director J.C. Chandor began dropping by the Williamsburg home of actor Oscar Isaac. Chandor had written a script for a film about an up-by-his-bootstraps Latino immigrant who ran a heating-oil company, setting the movie in the urban Wild West of early 1980s New York.
Like a new iProduct, Sony’s Steve Jobs movie keeps adding the intriguing features. A week after writer Aaron Sorkin confirmed the casting of Christian Bale as the lead character, the Danny Boyle film looks to bring on Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak.