The gang is back and the shenanigans are in full-throttle mode.
The allegation that Allen assaulted his 7-year-old daughter has been known for 25 years. So why are actors distancing themselves from Allen's work now?
Hollywood's relentless zeal for franchising, when coupled with actors' selfish insistence on getting old and dying, means one thing: The era of the CGI composite star is only just beginning.
She also broke "First We Feast" traditions by bringing in a double to help her handle the hottest wings.
The visuals of a movie often gets all the credit, but the sound design of a movie like Spielberg's "Munich" is the real puppetmaster behind the scenes.
Honoring the actors and actresses who have turned making objectively bad movies for objectively large wages into an art form.
This nifty setup combines a green screen with a rendered background to create a scene that's composited as it's filmed. It's pretty smooth.
An anonymous fan made a version of "The Last Jedi" that removes "Girlz Powah and other silly stuff." In the age of blockbuster cinematic universes, some fans just can't decide if they want to be spoon-fed the same old shit or if they want to make it rotten themselves.
It might get snubbed at the Oscars, but these side-by-sides demonstrate how director Denis Villeneuve and director of photography Roger Deakins used their expertise to make something new from old inspiration.
We loved Daniel Kaluuya in Jordan Peele's 2017 horror masterpiece, but we're most surprised by the fact that he's British.
Flowing Data's charted retelling of "Back to the Future" makes up for its lack of Christopher Lloyd with its brevity.
HBO and other streaming services are cutting off parts of shots to change a film's aspect ratio.
John Hughes's coming-of-age classic feels dated in retrospect, but the film paved the way for more character-focused teen stories.
2017 may have given us the worst kids movie ever (heaven help us if an "Emoji Movie" sequel happens) but 2018 may be off to a start with one of the best. Here's what critics have to say about Paddington's latest caper.
In his new movie, "The Commuter," the Irish actor's train ride turns deadly. As it turns out, calamities have followed him onto many different kinds of vehicles over his career.
Spielberg's depiction of The Washington Post's role in the Pentagon Papers debacle is finally in wide release. It initially seemed poised to score award after award, but left the Globes empty handed — is it worth seeing?
"Tully" comes to theaters April 20.
"Beirut" hits theaters April 13.
Of the top 250 films of 2017, 88 percent had no female directors, 83 percent had no female writers, and 96 percent had no female cinematographers.
The action flick’s trailer caused a major stir online but the studio is refusing to screen the movie for critics and promo has been seriously lacking. Taraji deserves far better.
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