Michael Fassbender has the title role in Steve Jobs, a highly offbeat, sharply scripted, well-acted attempt to capture the essence of the title character. Co-starring Seth Rogen and Kate Winslet
Aaron Sorkin talks to Movie Critic Gary Thompson about his highly controversial script for Steve Jobs.
Guillermo del Toro's new horror movie, "Crimson Peak," isn't the least bit scary, leading rabid fans to counter that it's really a Gothic romance.
"Freehold" brings a stubborn issue-movie earnestness to what should be the rousing story of Ocean County, N.J., detective Laurel Hester.
Just another crazy day at a Japanese slaughterfest
Michael Shannon and Andrew Garfield star in rare moralizing drama
In "The Final Girls," teen fans watching a retro horror classic step through the screen and into the movie.
Matt Damon finds a way to survive on Mars while the world mounts a rescue mission in Ridley Scotts funny, exciting and inspiring The Martian.
The aborbing documentary Peace Officer profiles a Utah sheriff who takes a hard look at aggressive policing in his home state
Celebrities who worry about being pestered by fans could take a page from Richard Gere and walk around holding a cup in front of them.
Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution is a lively, reasonably thorough look at the ascent and decline of the Black Panther Party
THIS HAS been a good year for actresses of a certain age - meaty leads for Meryl Streep, Blythe Danner, Lily Tomlin.
There are actresses who raise hell about sexism in Hollywood, and there are, increasingly, actresses who do something about it.
AFTER a full day fielding questions about playing Johnny Storm in "The Fantastic Four," Michael B. Jordan was bushed.
Southpaw director Antoine Fuqua talks about casting Jake Gyllenhaal, and working with Denzel Washington in his remake of The Magnificent Seven
BEING YOUNG and thin generally doesn't cause problems for actresses in Hollywood, but both were getting between Zoe Saldana and the role she desperately wanted in "Infinitely Polar Bear."