The Hunger Games set a box office record this week, as it made $155 million, the most ever for a non-sequel.
In what might turn out to be the biggest flop of the year, Disney has announced it expects to lose about $200 million because of John Carter.
The first photo has been released depicting Johnny Depp as Tonto and Armie Hammer as the Lone Ranger.
Long before the envelopes are opened or the nominations are even announced, there are a lot of people invested into The Academy Awards.
A new agreement between China and U.S. filmmakers means that there will likely be more American movies headed to China … but almost all of them will be massive blockbusters in 3D.
Obviously, the best part of any movie in 2011 was the dog Uggie from The Artist. While he retired after the film, he was rumored to be making an appearance at the Academy Awards. Apparently, that’s not so.
Apparently Hollywood’s love affair with board games might finally be drawing to a close.
If you want to really impress everyone at an Oscar party with your vast knowledge of the nominees, here are two films from a more obscure category: the Best Animated Short Film.
Hollywood is very fond of making sequels you never knew anyone wanted (witness the upcoming Journey 2). But here’s a list of sequels that never made it (at least, not yet).
Our Movies that Matter series continues with the message of freedom portrayed in Three Colors: Blue.
Here’s a list of ten movie posters that are almost overt lies for the movies they’re advertising.
At last night’s Golden Globes, the big winners were The Artist and The Descendants.
Information on the soundtrack for The Hunger Games has been released, and it’s (mostly) great.
A list of classic Christmas movie locations to visit at this time of year—and year-round.
The Atlanta Braves reportedly filed an objection to the upcoming Pixar film, Brave, saying the name of the film will harm the commercial prospects of the baseball team.