Movies

Author Brian Raftery talks about "Election," "Being John Malkovich" and a few other favorites of that landmark year in film.
The Dread Pirate Roberts himself is speaking out against reports of a possible redo of the beloved classic.
The cast of the beloved TV series discusses the motion picture event, which once again highlights Maggie Smith and Penelope Wilton's brilliant on-screen chemistry.
The actor will reportedly be reprising his role as Tony Stark/Iron Man in the prequel film starring Scarlett Johansson.
The end of the '90s saw a slew of splatter and satirical comedies for high schoolers. Where did they come from — and where did they go?
MoviePass' parent company appeared unsure if it the movie ticketing service would ever be restored.
Two decades later, Episode I is still a driving Force behind the blockbusters and overzealous fandoms of today.
The 25-year-old Hollywood stud talks “The Goldfinch,” “West Side Story,” politics and missing out on playing Elvis Presley.
Director Geoff Story hopes "Gay Home Movie" provides a snapshot of LGBTQ life as it existed in the Midwest more than 20 years before Stonewall.
How the Best Picture winner, which turns 20 this year, went from esteemed suburban satire to widespread punchline.
Leave it to Pennywise to deliver a much-needed jolt to the domestic box office.
The actor is playing Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson, who has fought for the wrongly condemned and convicted for decades.
Penelope Ann Miller and Mia Kirshner star in "The College Admissions Scandal" film that will air in October.
Released on the Queen frontman's 73rd birthday, “Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow” is a musical testament to "perseverance" in the face of prejudice.
Jamie Foxx and Brie Larson also star in the movie, which is based on social justice activist and lawyer Bryan Stevenson's 2014 best-selling book.
Justin Ward's road trip drama features trans actor Tyler DiChiara as Kai, who is nobody's victim. The movie hits the Burbank International Film Festival on Friday.
The "Terminator" star opened up about her personal life and her decision to return to the action franchise nearly 30 years later.
Andy Muschietti said his film is "connected to the times that we live in.”