The actress, activist and writer-director on Bosnian Serbs, sex scenes and that Oscar pose
The Olympian family feud continues, in a sequel of giant monsters and modest pleasures
Lee Hirsch’s documentary pries open a world of child abuse by other children: taunts and threats that can drive a victim to suicide. The movie received an R rating, but if kids want to see a life-changing film, they should sneak in.
On Wednesday evening, Will Ferrell stopped by Conan in character as Ron Burgundy for an important announcement: Paramount Pictures will make a sequel to 2004′s Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
Every Monday, for your planning purposes, we will lay out the week ahead in entertainment. (All times refer to EDT.)
Mirror, Mirror, the first of this year’s competing Snow White flicks, is in theaters …
“You really want to know how to stay alive?” Haymitch Abernathy tells Katniss Everdeen, the heroine of The Hunger Games. “Get people to like you.” Well, Katniss not only survived, she thrived. The movie based on Suzanne …
Rachel Weisz is superb as a willful woman torn between love and propriety in a brilliant rethinking of the Terence Rattigan play.
Get ready to wallow; the director of American History X turns his sights on a high school where nobody is having any fun at all.
The movie version of Suzanne Collins’ best-seller misses the book’s ferocity, but who cares? Fans will flock by the millions to the biggest franchise since Twilight.