2018 summer movie sneaks
They bring the action and the charm, but who makes the franchise — the stars or the characters?
“Avengers: Infinity War” boasts so many stars — Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chadwick Boseman, Groot!
May 4After Auschwitz Documentary directed by Jon Kean.
A look at women directors at the summer box office the year after Patty Jenkins’ ‘Wonder Woman’
Over the last year, women have seemingly gained ground in Hollywood with female directors leading the charge.
The Sundance Film Festival has been a launching pad for countless filmmakers over the years, from Steven Soderbergh and Nicole Holofcener to Ryan Coogler and Quentin Tarantino.
In a nondescript room on the mammoth Sony Pictures lot, music video veteran-turned-filmmaker Director X edits a semi-finalized version of the upcoming “Superfly” remake, chicken salad in hand.
Brad Bird stood in front of a full orchestra on the Barbra Streisand Scoring Stage on the Sony Pictures lot, his leg bouncing to the beat, a big grin on his face.
She adorns her judicial robes with fashionable collars, including a special, embellished ruffle she wears on days she dissents from the decisions being handed down.
Queens native Awkwafina (a.k.a.
‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’ and ‘Book Club’ cater to audiences usually neglected during the summer
The films on the list of wannabe blockbusters opening this summer have one thing in common: They’re aimed primarily at young men.
“I seem to be living lots of dreams recently,” says Neal Scanlan, sitting in his office at London’s Pinewood Studios.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge was one of those people who had never seen a “Star Wars” movie.
Overrated/Underrated, Summer sneaks: ‘Infinity War’ without end, and two reasons to see ‘Deadpool 2’
UNDERRATED The supporting cast of ‘Deadpool 2’: Violent and vulgar, the first “Deadpool” felt a little like watching a stand-up comic who keeps stopping his set to remind you how edgy his material is.
For every big-budget studio summer hit, summer has also become a haven for smaller releases and art house picks that counterprogram to the crowds not waiting in line for the 19th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (Sorry, “Infinity War”).
In addition to big-budget tent poles like “Deadpool 2” and “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” summer has become synonymous with science fiction films thanks to hits like “E.T.” and “Alien.”
With the long summer break just around the corner, parents are officially on the hunt for kid-centered fare that will keep the little ones entertained and air-conditioned.
“A Quiet Place” stunned audiences and industry insiders alike when it opened in April to rave reviews and $50 million in ticket sales.