Just when you're about to dismiss The Wedding Ringer for leaning on a cliche as hoary as a foul-mouthed grandma, the comedy goes and redeems itself by lighting Cloris Leachman on fire.
Sony has unveiled a new theatrical trailer, red band clip, and Aloe Blacc music video promoting The Wedding Singer.
Tim Burton is ready to turn on the juice and see what shakes loose.
More than a year ago, the director was reportedly in talks to return for Beetlejuice 2, a sequel to the 1988 comedy that's only gotten better with age.
After a long quiet spell on the sequel front, Burton has provided an enthusiastic update on another round of paranormal hilarity, reiterating that Winona Ryder will return as Lydia Deetz.
The title isn't lying: True Story is, in fact, based on a true story. But it's a true story all about lies.
The first official True Story images are deadly serious despite the comedic pedigree of its lead actors, showing off Jonah Hill and James Franco having prison conversations.
Like the Ghosts of Past, Present, and Future, Liam Neeson is here to teach us all a lesson about the true meaning of Christmas.
A holiday-themed trailer for next month's Taken 3 has arrived to celebrate the spirit of Christmas by stoically snapping necks, kneecapping, and generally put coal in the stockings of anyone who dares to stand in Neeson's wrathful path.
The first four posters for Pixels leave Adam Sandler, Peter Dinklage, and Josh Gad out of the action.
Instead, they focus on the real stars: Centipede, Space Invaders, Pac-Man, and Donkey Kong.
The movie business enjoys awards and lists so much that there are even awards and lists for movies that don't exist.The Black List is an annual compilation of lauded screenplays that have yet to be produced.
The 2014 Black List has been announced, and it's the usual hodgepodge of fare that runs the gamut from clever to exciting, tiresome, and gimmicky.
A new Terrence Malick movie is imminent!
The first trailer for the reclusive, straight-up brilliant auteur's upcoming Knight of Cups makes the highest levels of Hollywood success look like a soul-killingly indulgent bacchanal.
The last time we saw Luke Skywalker, he'd gone from a whiny farm boy to a lightsaber-wielding punk to a full-blown Jedi who kicked the shit out of his own dad—all in just a few years.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens will finally catch us up with Luke three decades later.
Just what he's been up to all this time remains a secret. Disney recently released a teaser trailer, but Luke and his fellow original trilogy freedom fighters are still deep inside the Mystery Box. Unless you consider the Millennium Falcon a star, none of the original stars showed up in the first look for next December's ridiculously anticipated Star Wars sequel.
Mark Hamill's not bothered by the lack of Luke in the trailer, though. He isn't even surprised.
In today's awards-weather news, it's raining nominations.
This morning, the Broadcast Film Critics Association announced the nominees for the 20th Annual Critics Choice Awards.
In what is becoming a pretty consistent awards season pattern, Birdman leads the pack with a whopping thirteen nominations.
Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel is no slouch either, though, amassing eleven Critics Choice nods. Quantitatively, Birdman's fellow awards frontrunner Boyhood fared pretty well with eight nominations.
James Bond's twenty-fourth official cinematic adventure, Spectre, is now shooting in London.
The first video from the set proves it, showing Daniel Craig on a boat, but as cameras finally roll on Spectre, there's some confusing word on the villain from Christoph Waltz, as well as news that the sequel's script is indeed among the stolen goods in the massive Sony hack.