If you’re a gamer with a song in your heart, then the upcoming title We Sing may put a little pep to your step. Coming out later this year on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the game features 30 of today’s most popular and/or iconic hits, including the official music videos [...]
Directed by Tate Taylor (Get On Up, The Help) and based on Paula Hawkins’ bestselling novel, The Girl on the Train should appeal to fans who need a bit more twist-filled thrillers in their lives.
Divorcee Rachel Watson’s (Emily Blunt) daily train ride to New York is filled with [...]
It’s been six years since the release of director/writer Mike Mills’ acclaimed comedy-drama Beginners, and now he’s collaborating with Annette Bening (Danny Collins), Elle Fanning (The Neon Demon), and Greta Gerwig (Mistress America) with 20th Century Women.
The Santa Barbara set tale centers on Dorothea Fields (Bening), a single mom who receives a [...]
The compelling documentary Amanda Knox, directed by Brian McGinn and Rod Blackhurst, centers on Amanda Knox, the woman accused and convicted of killing Meredith Kercher in 2007. Knox, her then boyfriend Raffaelle Sollecito, and Rudy Guede were all convicted of Kercher’s killing, with Knox and Sollecito receiving a full exoneration in 2015.
Instead of turning their [...]
To spotlighting the National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, September 27, Fox Searchlight Pictures has launched a National Voter Registration initiative to encourage people to register to vote.
In collaboration with voting partners and theater chains, Fox Searchlight will hold voter enrollment in select theatre lobbies on National Voter Registration Day prior to screenings of its [...]
Unwieldy, sprawling, and downright ambitious, American Honey introduces us to Star (Sasha Lane), a teenager who’s gradually coming into her own. But as the Lady Antebellum song claims, this “American Honey” is attuned to the “wild, wild, whisper” of adventure, even if that journey is met with its share of adversity.
Spending the [...]
Denzel Washington is one of Hollywood’s top box-office draws, and he proved his power once again as The Magnificent Seven beat all comers with a $35 million debut. The animated flick Storks came in second with $21.8 million, and unfortunately Bridget Jones’s Baby’s second weekend took in just $4.5 million! Here’s this weekend’s top 10:
Recently seen in the sobering romantic drama The Light Between Oceans with Alicia Vikander, Michael Fassbender is going the criminal drama route with Trespass Against Us. Directed by Adam Smith, the story centers on Chad Cutler (Fassbender), a man who’s determined to break the cycle of crime that’s been handed down from generation from [...]
Directed by longtime cinematographer Kirsten Johnson, Cameraperson is an evocative, complex, and ultimately ambitious documentary which, on the surface, centers on Johnson’s 25 plus years as a filmmaker. Viewers are immediately thrown into a world sans the linear storytelling or explain-it-all voiceovers, and for some jumping back and forth in time may be a bit [...]
If want make your own film, taking charge and knowing the lay of the land is absolutely paramount. First time feature filmmaker Valerie Brandy may have had cinematographer Katie Walker and an invested group of actors at her disposal, but for Lola’s Last Letter to become a reality, she essentially wore a ton of creative [...]