The best part about "The Goldbergs," alas, comes at the very end, when we see video footage of the actual characters who inspired this autobiographical comedy. It's a link to humanity and reality in…
To The Wonder
Terrence Malick's Sycamore Pictures LLC fired back back at a London-based film financing firm's lawsuit, calling the allegations that the director diverted funds for a documentary project to others…
Coming-of-age stories never go out of style, which explains why TV keeps returning to them. Now Hulu joins the party with "Moone Boy," an Irish version of "The Wonder Years," only set in the late…
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Box office should continue its comeback this weekend with a pair of wide releases — Warner Bros.-Legendary Pictures' “42” and the Weinstein Co.'s “Scary Movie 5″ — sliding into home each with a…
Some movies demand more than one opinion. In the new 3-View column, our trio of top critics take on divisive pics from conflicting angles.
Ben Affleck reminisced at Magnolia's "To the Wonder" premiere about his last encounter with the late Roger Ebert.
With tickets and hotel rooms sold out for San Diego Comic-Con this summer, a closer alternative -- produced by the same organizers of SDCC -- is taking place in Anaheim today through Sunday.
Magnolia Pictures has set an April 12 U.S. release date for Terrence Malick's drama "To the Wonder" with a simultaneous theatrical and VOD launch. “Wonder,” which world premiered at the Venice Film…
Independent film sellers are finding that the patchwork of overseas video-on-demand platforms represent a godsend due to competition for exclusives within territories and mushrooming aggregate sales.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Terrence Malick's "To the Wonder," which world premiered at the Venice Film Festival earlier this month.