Strip away the counterterrorism lingo and this is really just a mismatched buddy copshow.
In response to a Variety report earlier today on firmed premium VOD rollouts, the National Assn. of Theater Owners released a statement expressing the org's "surprise and strong disappointment" on…
Helmer Irvin Kershner, who directed "The Empire Strikes Back," died Saturday in Los Angeles of lung cancer. He was 87.
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Dr. Horrible can stop people in their tracks with his Freeze Ray gun. He can extract gold from a bank vault with his nefarious remote-control devices. He can sing, fall in the love with the girl next…
The Force returns with most of its original power regained. Concluding entry in George Lucas' second three-pack of space epics teems with action, drama and spectacle, and even supplies the odd surge…
Marvel Enterprises has denied the charges contained in a lawsuit filed Thursday in which Tribune Entertainment claims Marvel cost it millions of dollars in lost profits over the syndicated series…
Kevin Smith's venerable supporting characters, Jay and Silent Bob, get their own starring vehicle with the curiously titled "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back", and the results are -- to borrow Smith's…
"The Empire Strikes Back" is a worthy sequel to Star Wars, equal in both technical mastery and characterization, suffering only from the familiarity with the effects generated in the original and…