Bibbs & Witney foretell the death of cinema and review Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, When the Game Stands Tall and To Be Takei.
Historic Chapel Street cinema to cease operation next year.
The life and times of ‘Star Trek’ co-star and gay rights activist George Takei are the subject of an endearing new documentary.
It’s hard to compete with the upcoming onslaught of comic-book films.
Despite having a unique message, When the Game Stands Tall is pretty boring stuff.
The latest Frank Miller adaptation is itself a femme fatale. That’s not a compliment.
Chris Pratt surprised some grateful fans and patients.
David Yates, who directed the last four films in the Harry Potter franchise, will direct the first spin-off.
New Star Wars rumors flood the internet, but which ones can be trusted? Plus: will Dwayne Johnson play Shazam or Black Adam?
Jessica Alba explains the origin of Nancy’s sexiest dance in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
Jason Patric, Bruce Willis, John Cusack and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson star in the new crime thriller.
Relativity Studios has faith in Brosnan and the film.
After Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End, the actor and director will be reuniting.
The director of Frank swears it’s always Michael Fassbender underneath that giant plastic head.
CraveOnline’s critics duke it out over their picks for the best film noir ever made. Read their choices and vote for your favorites!
India Eisley is a teenaged assassin in the violent new anime adaptation, co-starring Samuel L. Jackson.
We talk to the legendary action icon about his dual role as Combat Carl and Combat Carl Jr. on the Halloween special “Toy Story of Terror,” now on DVD and Blu-ray.
An enterprising fan has recreated the Comic-Con Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer using the original audio and new storyboards.
The combination of Eva Green’s “under breast” and “nipple shadow” on a Sin City 2 movie poster was “censored.” Here are 15 posters that got away with it.
Mrs. Doubtfire tops Williams’ list at number two on the charts.