2018 holiday movie preview: ‘Mary Poppins Returns,’ ‘Fantastic Beasts’ sequel, ‘Bumblebee’ and more
Los Angeles Times film critics Kenneth Turan and Justin Chang chat about the holiday movies they’re looking forward to seeing this busy holiday season.
The star and director of “Mary Poppins Returns” sit close together on a settee in a hotel suite high above Central Park, thick as thieves, and suddenly they’re not Emily Blunt, Golden Globe-winning actress, and Rob Marshall, Hollywood’s Oscar-nominated go-to musical man.
It may seem strange for Sony to release “The Girl In the Spider’s Web,” an adaptation of the fourth novel in Stieg Larsson’s Millennium series due out Nov. 9, without ever unveiling movies based on the second or third books.
Do wigs, prosthetics and weight fluctuations pay off at the Oscars?
More than a year ago, a vast reconstruction of 1920s Paris emerged on the backlot of Warner Bros.
Octavia Spencer is at the point in her career where she can be selective about work.
Movie-mad “Bumblebee” screenwriter Christina Hodson returns on more than one occasion to the subject of Linda Hamilton’s awesomeness in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” as we chat over tea and scones made from scratch in her Los Angeles home.
In this season’s animated feature smackdown, the studios are betting big on name brands to draw family crowds.
“A Star Is Born” is in. “First Man” could be in. “BlacKkKlansman” and “Black Panther” should be in.
The following is a list of films to be released during 2018’s holiday season from Nov. 7 through Jan. 11.
Every holiday season, moviegoers are hit with a nearly impossible task: Find one film the whole family can agree on.