Imagine for a second that the movie industry operated the same way that TV does. That would mean that every year, tons of half-hour and one-hour movies would be produced, most of which would never see the light of day
One of the more entertaining by-products of American movies being distributed globally is the way titles don't always make it through the language barrier. How many Oscar nominations would 'As Good As It Gets' have scored if it had gone by its Chinese title 'Mr. Cat Poop'? (Answer: zero.)
Summer is over and, as Ned Stark would say, winter is coming. But, there's no reason to despair: the best stretch of the year for movies is right around the corner. The summer may offer the year's biggest films, but the fall tends to offer the best
When it comes to comic book movie castings, this sort of outrage is nothing new. Just about every announcement comes with some sort of protest, as comic book fans have their own preconceived notions of what the big screen version of their favorite hero or villain should look and sound like.
You know it because it's happened to you.
You settle into your seat at you local multiplex, excited to see the latest movie starring your favorite actor. The lights dim, the projector kicks into action, the movie starts and then
Every so often, a horror movie comes along that changes the course of the genre. Sometimes it's quiet and the ripples are gently felt for decades to come. Sometimes it arrives with a bang and filmmakers loudly chase a new trend for a few years. We're not sure where 'You're Next' will fall on the horror pantheon, but we do know that it feels like something special.
Here are 10 groundbreaking horror films that defied expectations and forever changed how audiences and filmmakers approached the genre.
Ah, 'Aladdin.' The Disney film that broke box office records, kept the comeback of Disney animation going and featured more pop culture references than you could shake a magic lamp at. Here are some little known facts about the making of this classic Disney movie.
We live in an age where every Hollywood studio wants to find the next 'Harry Potter' franchise. If they can't find a 'Harry Potter,' they'd be more than happy to settle for a 'Twilight.' If that doesn't work, show them a 'Hunger Games
Take a look back at a time when pretty much any celebrity who could form a sentence on camera (and some who clearly couldn't) got handed a late-night talk show.