From the director that brought you “Big Daddy,” “Happy Gilmore” and “Grown Ups” comes the hilarious romantic comedy “Love, Weddings & Other Disasters.”
Jennifer Lawrence is a badass spy in this definitely-not-for-kids spy thriller that kicks off an interesting piece of dialogue in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
In a genre where very few films actually succeed, it seems like Assassin’s Creed may have found a way to push all the right buttons.
On Thursday, October 27 in downtown Manhattan, Jeremy Irons and Neil deGrasse Tyson gave guests a great dinner experience at Bagatelle, where the two, along with cast and crew from the film The Man Who Knew Infinity, answered questions about filming and the poignant story behind the film. This was a stop in the film’s Awards Campaign where Irons hopes to snag a supporting actor nomination.
The inner workings of a mathematics genius is a tale many may step away from, but Matthew Brown sought out the audience with beautiful cinematography along with the help of a passionate cast and crew to bring to life the story of Srinivasa Ramanujan.
A bit uneven but always entertaining, Ben Wheatley channels his inner Nicholas Winding Refn and creates a bizarre, stylish, and sexy world that no one should ever want to live in.
Bringing Batman and Superman into the same film for the first time is sadly a disappointment, bringing us one of the most underwhelming superhero movies to date.
Hope. This trailer will provide hope for the people who may have been on the fence about seeing the Caped Crusader going up against The Dark Knight.
While track and field isn’t something most people will know much about, the story of Jesse Owens is remarkable and one that deserves to be brought to the big screen.
As everyone expected, DC had themselves quite the day in Hall H at San Diego Comic Con with new trailers and official movie news that you won’t want to miss.