More than 150 films are being shown across 11 days at the Dallas International Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday night.
Downtown Dallas is one step closer to getting a new movie theater. A second Alamo Drafthouse could be open before the holidays this year. But there is still one more hurdle.
The high-octane “Furious 7″ peeled out of the gates in its opening weekend, picking up a stunning $143.6 million from 4,004 locations to easily top the domestic box office.
The DreamWorks animated alien adventure “Home” beat out “Get Hard,” the comedy with Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart, with a resounding debut of $54 million, according to estimates.
Vin Diesel said Friday that the latest “Fast & Furious” film deserves a best picture Oscar but has two strikes against it when it comes to the Academy — it’s an action flick and it’s a sequel.
The comedy troupe behind the cult hit “Super Troopers” has launched a crowd-funding campaign to help bankroll a sequel.
The second installment in the “Divergent” series easily topped the box office with $54 million from 3,875 theaters. Sean Penn’s “The Gunman” stumbled with only $5 million.
Disney’s recent streak continued with the $70.1 million North American debut of its traditional, sumptuously costumed fairy tale adaptation “Cinderella,” according to studio estimates Sunday.
Richard Glatzer, who co-wrote and directed the Alzheimer’s drama “Still Alice” alongside his husband, Wash Westmoreland, while battling ALS, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 63.
Neither a hyper-intelligent robot nor Vince Vaughn could save the box office this weekend, which was down 38.5 percent from the same weekend last year, according to estimates.
A new study from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab shows that movie-goers watching tear-jerkers ate up to 55 percent more popcorn than those watching other genres.
The actor best know for playing the Vulcan ‘Spock’ in the popular television and movie series Star Trek has died.