With Alden Ehrenreich about to take on the Solo mantle (with Ford's much-publicized blessing), perhaps now the Indy versus Han matter is finally settled for Ford. Question is, why did he pick a favorite in the first place?
This film is based on the autobiography of framed Frenchmen Henri Charrière.
"Damsel" makes its debut in theaters June 22nd.
"Mowgli" is coming to theaters October 9th.
A business once ruled by star power is now dominated by intellectual property.
Before CGI began dominating the Geroge Lucas' franchise, there were puppets; complicated, beautiful puppets. And Dave Barclay helped bring them to life.
"City of Lies" is set to release on September 7th.
GQ goes behind the scenes with the resident genius of "SNL" to see the sketch-comedy master in her element.
Underneath the superhero film trappings lies a familiar convention of the romantic comedy — the ugly duckling narrative.
At 71, the legendary screenwriter and director behind "Taxi Driver," "Raging Bull," and "American Gigolo" has a searingly good new film, "First Reformed," and more left to say.
Ryan Reynolds's first appearance as the "Merc With a Mouth" wasn’t in 2016's "Deadpool." Reynolds actually popped up in the climactic scene at the end of 2009's "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" as the merc with no mouth.
Just how filthy can a movie where half the cast are Muppets be? From the looks of this trailer: disturbingly filthy.
Here's your primer on the *original* "Marvel Cinematic Universe."
Boots Riley's over-the-top tale of telemarketing looks like it's poised to break our brains come July. We're ready for it.
This reference is probably too old for the graduates, but just right for the parents.
From Dallas Buyers Club to Battle of the Sexes to Love, Simon, there are more LGBT films than ever before. But is this progress?
Inspired by Silicon Valley’s hyper-growth, companies elsewhere are burning cash in hopes of being the next big thing.
If you're going to watch a romantic comedy, might as well make it one that Keanu Reeves is starring in.
It was dismissed as a "sugar-coated lie" by Pauline Kael — but the enduring success of "The Sound Of Music" suggests audiences enjoy being manipulated. Just look at "Mamma Mia!"
"Black Panther" is so damn good that the smarmy bastards over at "Honest Trailers" had a hard time critiquing it.
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