If superhero fatigue is real - no, not Ant-man or Iron Man getting all tired from flying around punching bad guys, but audiences wearying of costumed crimefighters altogether - this is the season that will put that to the test.
This weekend actress Jada Pinkett-Smith issued a call to action to the black community to boycott this year's Oscars, and to no longer beg for a seat at the Academy’s white attended table.
In the Supporting Actor field, Sylvester Stallone followed Sunday’s Golden Globe win with an Oscar nomination for his portrait of an aging Rocky Balboa in the Philly-set Creed.
Philadelphia Inquirer film critic Steve Rea gave 'Creed' 4 stars, calling it a knockout and said it's not inconceivable to imagine the latest installment of the 'Rocky' franchise in the running for Best Picture when Oscar nominations are announced early next year.
After a new "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer premiered during halftime of the Sunday Night Football game between the Eagles and the Giants, director J.J. Abrams said it would be the last before film’s premiere in December.
Polarizing filmmaker Michael Moore was in town Friday night to close out the 24th annual Philadelphia Film Festival with an early screening of “Where to Invade Next,” Moore’s first documentary in six years.
Tom Gebhardt of Belleville, N.J. is a normal guy with a wife and two kids, and who works at a pizza shop. But when there’s something strange in your neighborhood, he’s the guy you might want to call — after all, not everybody has a proton pack and Ecto-1 at their disposal.
One opportunistic ticket buyer in Philadelphia appears to be taking a path down the dark side.
Here are five buzzed-about movies that do not (yet) have theatrical distribution, so you can see them locally on the big screen only at the Film Festival.
Antoine Fuqua, who recently spoke to the Daily News about his movie “Southpaw,” said he’s getting closer to finishing his documentary about embattled hip hop mogul Suge Knight, who is currently on trial for murder.
It looks like Philly is in the spotlight once again now that another movie has been confirmed to be filming here.
Prepare yourselves for what may be a hilarious and terrific spin on the notoriously naughty film that took box offices worldwide by storm earlier this year.
On a sunny day when most students would be outside, a group of teens gather attentively around a single iPad. With the touch of a button, a Moroccan student appears on screen, posing questions for the day’s discussion.
Home, the buddy comedy from DreamWorks Animation about an alien invasion, was born in West Philadelphia.