Diggs and costar/good friend Rafael Casal stopped by Philadelphia to talk about their new movie, "Blindspotting.'"
M. Night Shyamalan has released the final teaser for the Philadelphia-shot Glass prior to the film's full trailer debut at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday.
The Supreme Court's dubious assertion that there is no "quid pro quo" between unlimited campaign spending and the candidates who benefit is exposed as naive in the documentary 'Dark Money.'
in 'Don't Worry He Won't Get Far on Foot,' Gus Van Sant directs Joaquin Phoenix as a man recovering from injuries and from alcoholism.
Denzel Washington goes after the goons who kill his friend in 'Equalizer 2.'
Lily James plays the young Donna in the flashback-y 'Mamma Mia, Here We Go Again.'
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Movies like "Heriditary." "The Killing of a Sacred Deer" and "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri," revive elements of Greek tragedy, often to the shock of modern audiences.
Boots Riley's zany new comedy about a rising telemarketing star (Lakeith Stanfield) has plenty of jokes, and some surprising insights about today's low-wage economy.
Dwayne Johnson battles fire and thugs to save his family from a burning tower in 'Skyscraper.'
"The King" is a documentary that takes a vintage Presley auto on the road to explore an America in decline. As an idea, it's a dead-end.
"My businessman millennial from New York City is going to watch 'The Blob' with his old man in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania," says Bill Jersey, art director of "The Blob," who will join an ooze of enthusiastic fans celebrating Blobfest this weekend.
New movies - The King, Sorry to Bother You, Whitney, Blindspotting - explore the pitfalls and possibilties that arise when crossing cultural lines in America.