They’re (probably) making an Austin Powers 4.
We talk to Bryce Dallas Howard, Emma Stone and Viola Davis about the themes of racism, hypocrisy and truth in their new film, The Help.
Andrew Welch writes about the merit of guilty pleasures, and why we don’t need to feel bad for liking something we truly enjoy.
RELEVANT talks to Don Cheadles about his new role in The Guard, creativity and why he is so picky about his movie roles.
After already cashing in on our nostalgia with the G.I. Joe and Transformers films, Hollywood is set to do so again: they’ve revealed plans to make a movie based on the cartoon Captain Planet.
Ryan Hamm writes about the final chapter of the Harry Potter story and why the boy who lived is one of the most Christian symbols of our time.
The new trailer for Pixar’s 2012 release, Brave.
Though we have to wait until Dec. 14, 2012, for the movie, Peter Jackson has released the first photos from his film adaptation of Hobbit.
RELEVANT looks at the films of Pixar, why they resonate so well with audiences and what viewers can learn from their flawed but lovable characters.
RELEVANT talks to Metallica lead singer and James Hetfield and director Justin Hunt about their new documentary about negligent fatherhood, Absent.
RELEVANT looks at the films of Amblin Entertainment, and how they’ve directly paved the way for today’s release of J.J. Abrams’ Super 8.
RELEVANT looks at the films of Terrence Malick, director of the new film Tree of Life, and how best to watch, enjoy and embrace them.
RELEVANT looks at the films of Woody Allen, especially those which have a moral vantage point where Christians may resonate—or strongly disagree.
RELEVANT looks at the films of summer 2011, including Tree of Life, Beginners and Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
RELEVANT talks to Mark Ruffalo about his new film Sympathy for Delicious, faith and why it’s so hard for Hollywood to make good films about belief.