As Kate Beckinsale vamps her way to the top of the weekend charts, Haywire‘s Mixed Martial Arts pinup Gina gets pinned by the Tuskegee Airmen
From her potent R&B singles as a teenager to the immortal ballad “At Last,” and for another half-century, this pop-blues diva endured a life more wrenching than any of her songs
In this flashy fourth installment, Kate Beckinsale’s vampires and their rival werewolves battle a vicious new species: humans
His “Willie and the Hand Jive” was a 1958 summer sensation, but this white impresario was prouder of launching Etta James, Hank Ballard, Littlle Richard and other black artists into the musical mainstream
Inspired by truly awful events, Gerardo Naranjo’s melodrama is as smart and thrilling as it is tragic
MMA star Gina Carano has the kick of an action heroine but not the charisma of a movie star.
Mark Wahlberg leads another muscular session, while most Oscar hopefuls languish
In its patented swanky-trashy style, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association lures the stars to its party and TV viewers to a glimpse of Tinseltown at play
Sequels slumped, stars went dark and animated features lost their luster in the worst year for ticket sales since 1995.
Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton star in an aggressively uplifting musical that will leave you either snarling or singing—maybe both
Disney’s 1991 animated feature retains its lilt, glow and magic
Ten years ago, the Museum of Modern Art’s Film Stills Archive was closed, and a priceless heritage denied to the public
The reviewers groups favored The Artist, George Clooney and Michelle Williams. Will their preferences be reflected in the Oscar nominations?