The fall movie season is here and there are dozens of new films from Hollywood and beyond vying for moviegoers' attention. From mega-budget franchise films to low-budget indies, from family-friendly 'toons to thought-provoking documentaries, we take a look at some of the most-anticipated films of the season.
This year’s best picture Oscar will likely go to a movie playing at one of the big fall film festivals in Toronto, Telluride and Venice. Here’s how they stack up as we head into this crucial, early juncture of the awards season.
A boom in digital restoration has lead to a slew of indie and world cinema favorites returning to theaters, including "Howard's End," the films of Claude Chabrol, and Krzysztof Kieślowski's epic "The Dekalog."
Tom Hanks stars as Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger in Clint Eastwood's new film.
"Sully" director Clint Eastwood and star Tom Hanks talk about pilot "Sully" Sullenberger’s real-life heroism, actors-turned-directors and how a Democrat and a sometime Republican find common ground during one of the most contentious U.S. elections ever.
Watch the official trailer for "Bridget Jones's Baby," which hits theaters Sept. 16.
Renee Zellweger returns as the British everywoman in this third film in the hit franchise. This time, Jones must choose between Patrick Dempsey or Colin Firth. How do the actors feel about the threequel's love triangle?
Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell and Kate Hudson star in "Deepwater Horizon."
Director Peter Berg and the crew of oil rig disaster movie “Deepwater Horizon,” starring Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell and Kate Hudson, built what they believe is the biggest practical set ever constructed. And that was just the beginning.
"The Girl on the Train" features Emily Blunt, Haley Bennett, Justin Theroux, Luke Evans and Allison Janney.
The bestselling debut novel by Paula Hawkins hits the big screen, with Emily Blunt in the title role. Director Tate Taylor walks us through how he brought some sexiness to the tricky adaptation process.