"Lee Daniels' The Butler" dares to question why an industry so receptive to Holocaust stories has been so reluctant to produce more movies about the myriad human-rights violations perpetrated on our…
The Norman Rockwell of movie advertising steps in front of the camera for a long-overdue celebration sure to delight fans and heighten awareness of his legacy.
In the days before "Elysium" opened last week, a handful of right-wing news outlets attacked the film for being "sci-fi socialism."
Three years after his last underwhelming adventure, the half-blood son of Poseidon returns to bastardize Greek mythology once again
Summit desperately needed a new trailer for "Ender's Game," the sci-fi kid-lit franchise it hopes can take "Twilight's" place.
Seven of Variety's 10 Comics to Watch were on hand for the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal.
After watching his mother die on AMC's "The Walking Dead," Carl Grimes says his goodbyes and then shoots her in the head to ensure she won't come back as a zombie. Actor Chandler Riggs was 12 at the…
Hugh Jackman returns as the adamantium-reinforced superhero in this entertaining and surprisingly existential digression from his usual X-Men exploits.
Six years ago, Jordan Kerner was the first appointment John Mauceri made as chancellor of the U. of North Carolina School of the Arts.
"The Conjuring" is the real deal: A well-made haunted house movie full of genuine claw-the-armrest scares.
Every film that opens theatrically is accompanied by a press kit full of valuable background information about the production, talent involved and the filmmakers' intentions. Unlike the articles and…