The Spider-Man franchise did right by its fans when they chose Andrew Garfield for the series reboot, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” which premiered May 2 in the U.S. and earned about $92 million in its opening weekend. Though our superheroes have been and will be portrayed by many actors, we should appreciate when one performance so completely captures what we love about a familiar character.
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It’s the most glorious time of the year. The days are hotter, the pools are sparkling, and each studio is releasing its best attempt to get your money. Here’s a guide to what you should see in theaters, wait for on Redbox or just skip altogether.
“Noah” is an insane movie experience.
MTV’s “Are You The One?” came to a close last week after a season full of relationship drama. Now the creators behind the hit show are looking for next season’s cast.
Ed. note: Spoilers ahead.
“Non-Stop,” a plane murder mystery starring stalwart action hero Liam Neeson, delivers all that is expected from a modern-day thriller. Is it tense? Unbelievably so. Is it entertaining? Yes. Is it smart? Not so much.
The past year in cinema is seen by many as one of the tightest races in Oscar history, and with the variety of powerful performances up for Hollywood’s biggest honors, this movie-goer agrees in full. Lupita, Matthew, Chiwetel, Alfonso — so many names, so little trophies to distribute. To close out the 2014 award season (and subsequent Trophy Hunting coverage this semester), I’m tackling six of the biggest categories in Tinseltown’s most coveted ceremony and casting my votes for the year’s biggest frontrunners. Note: I am not all-seeing. I may not get this right. If I do, then I will celebrate accordingly. If I don’t, I will probably still celebrate accordingly. It is the Oscars, after all…
In 1999, American audiences sat glued to their television screens to watch President Josiah Bartlet, played by Martin Sheen, and his presidential Democratic administration work its way through crisis and grapple with Congress.
Hollywood is coming out, one small step at a time.
From cast members getting arrested in New York City to promotion pages being banned on social media sites, an up-and-coming film has faced many challenges while finding its way to theaters.
Whether you don’t have time to read the book or can’t wait to see what the big screen does with your favorite words, 2014 is bringing some exciting book-to-movie adaptations to life. Here’s a look at what to expect.
At the Screen Actors Guild Awards, performances take precedence over the usual awards season politics. This year’s 20th annual broadcast was no exception, with actors from both the film and television industries joining forces to celebrate the best performances of the year.
As the first big awards show of the year, the Golden Globes showcased the typical red carpet fodder: snubs, surprises and a lot of celebrities drinking.
I was too depressingly excited for this movie. My nerves got the best of me as I was approaching the box office, and my hand started to shake in the realization that I was about to see Spike Jonze’s new movie.
As this Sunday’s 71st Golden Globe Awards approach, Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf Of Wall Street” has garnered much attention.