A new exhibit running until August at the Fort Worth Museum of Science & History looks at the real life history that is behind the “Indiana Jones” movie series.
Perhaps atoning for past sins, Hollywood named the brutal, unshrinking historical drama “12 Years a Slave” as the best picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards.
Liam Neeson’s airline thriller “Non-Stop” arrived in first place at the weekend box office, effectively ending the three-week blockade of “The LEGO Movie” at the top spot.
The new Liam Neeson thriller “Non-Stop” has opened in theaters. But what if the movie was made out of LEGO bricks? Stop wondering, because the trailer is online.
Harold Ramis died early Monday morning of complications from an autoimmune inflammatory disease. He was 69. Ramis is best known for his roles “Ghostbusters” and “Stripes.”
Action-packed new releases “Pompeii” and “3 Days to Kill” couldn’t stack up to “The LEGO Movie,” which took the top box office spot again in its third weekend.
A mansion in Houston where scenes from the Academy Award winning movie “Terms of Endearment” were filmed has now been placed up for sale for a cool $3.5 million.
In its second outing, “The LEGO Movie” earned $48.8 million to take first place at the weekend box office again, holding off newcomers “About Last Night” and “RoboCop.”
Shirley Temple, the dimpled, curly-haired child star who sang, danced, sobbed and grinned her way into the hearts of moviegoers, died on Monday night. She was 85 years old.
“The LEGO Movie” clicked with moviegoers, assembling an exceptional $69.1 million to reach the top of the weekend box office in its debut, according to studio estimates.
Superheroes, zombies, Starfleet members and other unworldly beings have invaded the Metroplex this weekend as the Sci-Fi Expo takes over the Irving Convention Center.
The Kevin Hart comedy “Ride Along” continued to speed through a typically quiet box-office frame, while the monster thriller “I, Frankenstein” couldn’t be roused from the dead.