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The last time director-producer Frank Marshall remembers one of his movie projects being shut down for this long was in 1983, when Harrison Ford suffered a spinal disc herniation. more
What might moviegoing look like post-shutdown? And how many of us want to find out? more
Hollywood couldn't have scripted a better potential comeback story for the movie theater industry. more
Lynn Shelton's filmmaking life was brief, and busy: Just 14 years elapsed between her coming-of-age first feature, "We Go Way Back" in 2006, and her death last week at age 54. more
Jeff Barnaby never thought he'd be releasing his zombie outbreak movie "Blood Quantum" during an actual global pandemic. more
It's coming up on eight weeks of a nationwide coronavirus shutdown. more
Like "Mission: Impossible," but without gravity. Or, no, no, like "Top Gun," but with rockets instead. more
Clark Duke ("Kick-Ass," "Hot Tub Time Machine") has assembled an impressive cast for his directorial debut, the cheeky, hard-boiled Southern drug thriller "Arkansas." more
After so many momentous years in spotlights owned by other people, it's no wonder Michelle Obama wanted to regain control of her life, her horizons, her image and the "former First Lady" phase of her story. more
Goonies never say die! more
A documentary chronicling former First Lady Michelle Obama's book tour for her bestselling memoir, "Becoming," is coming to Netflix next month. more
In dark times, movies can make us feel better; particularly romantic comedies. more
Lionsgate announced Tuesday that it would adapt Suzanne Collins' highly anticipated novel "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes," an upcoming prequel, as part of the popular "Hunger Games" film franchise. more
Premiering Friday on Apple TV+, Spike Jonze's new documentary, "Beastie Boys Story," is an unconventional rock doc about the trio of merry hip-hop punksters who created their own sound. more
When I tell people what the next film in this Disney+ review series is, their reactions have been split between (1) blank and (2) with a furrowed eyebrow like Joey Tribbiani doing math in his head. … more
"High School Musical," who says we have to let it go? more
The timing couldn't have been worse when Coachella, now the world's biggest annual music festival and pop-culture phenomenon, debuted in 1999 on the grassy fields of the Empire Polo Club. more
True to its title, the sugary-sweet animated bauble "Trolls World Tour" consists of one lavish concert after another, performed and attended by cute multihued pixies with big hair. more
Walt Disney Studios' live-action fantasy film "Artemis Fowl" will skip movie theaters and go straight to streaming on Disney+, the company said Friday. more
In times of pandemic crisis and economic catastrophe, we look for words of encouragement. more
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