Holiday Movies on Netflix: What to Watch When You’re Bored Out of Your Mind at Home With Your Family
Home with your family this Thanksgiving? Here’s the best stuff to watch on Netflix.
After Two Long Weeks, Liam Neeson Un-Retires From Action Movies
The star of ‘Taken’ and ‘The Grey’ has no plans to stop beating up people and animals and the occasional inanimate object any time soon.
Hugh Hefner, Playboy’s Impresario of Pleasure, Dies at 91
The emperor of planet Playboy made the world a safer place for sex, leaving behind a complicated legacy.
Steven Spielberg’s Pentagon Papers Movie Now Titled ‘The Post’
The newly announced title nods to the Washington Post, the newspaper instrumental in denouncing Vietnam.
A Huge Survey of Critics Picked the 100 Greatest Comedies of All Time
The BFI polled 253 critics and the official funniest movie in cinema history is...
Matt Damon’s Just Out for a Ride in the New ‘Suburbicon’ Trailer
Things aren’t looking so hot for the ’50s-era family man in the latest spot for George Clooney’s new film.
Lionsgate’s Making a Hunger Games and Twilight Theme Park
The movie studio has set plans for a Hunger Games/Twilight-themed amusement in South Korea.
AMC Is Not At All Pleased With the Recent MoviePass Price Slash
The theatrical chain believes that lower prices for tickets will be, somehow, bad for moviegoers.
‘Stranger Things’ Director Signs on for Sci-fi Thriller ‘Malignant’ With James Wan
Rebecca Thomas has already directed one feature, the 2012 oddball drama Electrick Children. That account of one girl’s imagined immaculate conception via cassette tape (it’s a weird movie) drew positive enough reviews, but failed to make enough of an impact to propel Thomas into the next professional echelon. She regrouped by taking a gig directing a TV show for Netflix, under the impression that the work would be a fine holdover while she plotted her next film — little did she know, Stranger Things would blossom into a full-blown phenomenon and blow open the gates to Hollywood for the filmmaker.
Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller 3D’ To Make World Premiere at Venice Film Fest
Hard to believe that eight years have already passed since Michael Jackson’s death, but time’s a goon like that. And as the King of Pop settles in the ground, the question of what shape his legacy will take must be answered. While we’d be remiss to gloss over the ethical lapses and general trainwreckishness of the man’s final years (and doubly remiss not to point out the cruel, exacting factors in his life that drove him to that mental state), the time has come for a bit of enshrinement. Next month, the Michael we prefer to remember — the virtuosic performer, the boundary-pushing titan of black art — will return for a glorious new tribute.