“American Sniper” is topping the box office, but don’t expect to see former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura lining up at a movie theater to see the Oscar nominated film anytime soon.
The all-new, all-female “Ghostsbusters” are here.
There’s a fever spreading across the land. It’s Oscar fever, with a reasonably short incubation period, but symptoms that turn otherwise rational film buffs into bingeing maniacs.
Coming off its best quarter yet, Netflix is accelerating its international expansion in hopes its original programming will hook millions more subscribers on the Internet video service.
With only eight films nominated for Best Picture at this year’s Oscars, we point out five additional films that deserved a spot in this prestigious Academy Award category.
Las Vegas oddsmakers said Thursday that “Boyhood” is the favorite to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. However, Nevada doesn’t allow wagering on the Oscars.
Two extravagant comedies, “Birdman” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” tied for the most Oscar nominations on Thursday morning with nine nods each, including Best Picture.
Bradley Cooper praised veterans during a showing of his new movie, “American Sniper,” in Plano on Wednesday night. The movie is based on Chris Kyle’s 2012 memoir.
“Transformers: Age of Extinction” is rolling out with the most nominations at this year’s Golden Raspberry Awards, which honors the absolute worst movies of the past year.
Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” dominated the Golden Globes on Sunday, winning best drama, best director for Linklater and best supporting actress for Patricia Arquette.
After three weeks atop the box office, “The Hobbit” has been taken down by Liam Neeson.
“They came in the house, stole everything, then burned down the house,” Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton said in an interview on Thursday.