Movies

Entertainment
The filmmakers explained that the Me Too movement affected the role.
Entertainment
The trailer for "Candyman," directed by Nia DaCosta, features an eerie version of the Destiny's Child hit "Say My Name."
Entertainment
The Jordan Peele-produced film is a "spiritual sequel" to the iconic 1992 slasher.
Entertainment
"Knives Out" director Rian Johnson exposes a villainous plot happening right before our iPhones.
Home & Living
It's time to finally watch the famous movies you always meant to check out.
Entertainment
Chris Sanders talks about alternate Disney endings, as well as making Harrison Ford pet a guy's head in "Call of the Wild."
Videos
A jury found the disgraced Hollywood producer guilty of two counts in his sexual assault trial.
Politics
After the president complained about the South Korean film's Oscar win, she tweeted, "I’m more upset that a parasite won the White House."
Politics
The president called for bringing "back" the 1939 movie as he complained about the South Korean film "Parasite" winning the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Politics
"I thought it was best foreign film," the president said of the film that won the Academy's top honor.
Entertainment
"I think I was born to receive an Oscar,” said 10-year-old actor Jung Hyeon-jun in the adorable video.
Home & Living
You can rent movies like "Parasite" and "Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood."
Entertainment
Some films have had a surprisingly long-lasting effect for the wrong reasons.
Entertainment
With “Marisol” and other short films, Zoé Salicrup Junco is telling Latina stories that need to be heard.
Entertainment
The Force is not with this "Rise of Skywalker" question.
Home & Living
"The Last Thing He Wanted" debuts.
Entertainment
The comedy titans had somehow never met until they decided to do a “Force Majeure” remake together.
Entertainment
Eilish and her team join a list of musical luminaries to write a theme song for a Bond movie, including Paul McCartney, Madonna, Sheryl Crow and Chris Cornell.
Black Voices
The actor and his co-star in "The Photograph," Issa Rae, both addressed the importance of centering Black characters in films that are "purely love stories."