Dash Shaw turns his graphic novel into a snarky animated movie in 'My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea.'
Atomic blonds, wonder women, and girls' trips — it's shaping up as a strong movie summer for women.
Also opening April 28th.
Unbreakable star Bruce Willis will reprise his role from the 2000 thriller, as will Samuel L. Jackson. James McAvoy and Anya Taylor Joy, stars of Split, will also return, according to Shyamalan.
Richard Gere plays a clingy Manhattan eccentric improbably swept up in New York finance and Israeli politics in "Norman," a movie that saves its surprises for the very end.
Read our three star review of 'Philadelphia'
Family sources say the cause of death was esophageal cancer and complications from heart disease.
The Penn Charter grad and successful Hollywood manager was also producer of "Horrible Bosses."
When Comcast started pursuing Universal in 2009, the 'Fast and Furious' was a second-tier franchise. Now, it's the company's most valuable movie property, outperforming even Jurassic Park. We look at the evolution of this unique blockbuster series.
The Disney nature documentary 'Born in China,' full of adorable footage of pandas, snow leopards, and playful monkeys, is pitched to children and makes a wholesome Earth Day outing for families.
Brie Larson and Armie Hammer star in 'Free Fire' - about a deal gone bad that turns the entire movie into a bleakly comic shootout - 'Waiting for Godot,' with guns.
British explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) surveys the South American jungle in the languid epic Lost City of Z, a nice-looking movie that nevertheless finds itself up the Amazon without a paddle.
Terry George gives epic scale to his Armenian genocide drama 'The Promise," but the movie is hurt by the lackluster romance at its core.
The Katherine Heigl-Rosario Dawson thriller 'Unforgettable' is an unforgivable spin on domestic violence — the subject matter of 'Big Little Lies,' the sensitivity of 'Showgirls.'
"Fate of the Furious" smashed box office records around the world. New data shows how the "Furious" franchise became Comcast/Universal's hottest property.
Comedy and drama blend beautifully in 'Their Finest,' the story of a woman (Gemma Arterton) in WWII London hired to write dialogue for propaganda films.
'Alive and Kicking' is a lively documentary about the enduring popularity of swing dance.
In the wacky 'Colossal,' a Manhattan woman (Anne Hathaway) rampages though life, while a creature rampages through Korea. Are they Seoul-mates?
Hacker/blackmailer Charlize Theron goes after the gang (Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez) in 'The Fate of the Furious.' The cast includes Helen Mirren and the familiar fast, furious faces of Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Tyrese and Ludacris.
Also opening this week at area theaters.