Brad Pitt's Fury takes the top spot at the box office with Pitt's 11th highest opening to day and Best of Me earns the distinction as the worst opening for a Nicholas Sparks adaptation.
This week I watched Criterion Blu-ray editions of Macbeth, La Dolce Vita and Vengeance is Mine, plus I caught Birdman in theaters.
Colin Farrell joins the Doctor Strange shortlist (or is it longlist now?), the first screenings of Interstellar reportedly have taken place, del Toro talks Pacific Rim 2 and 3 and much more.
The superhero wishlists continue, this time it's Tom Hardy being sought to play the titular villain in X-Men: Apocalypse.
Where has Michael Keaton been since Batman? Did he really go missing before starring in Birdman? Watch a couple TV segments with Keaton while you prepare for his latest movie.
In a new interview Channing Tatum doesn't seem to think a 23 Jump Street would work saying, 'I don’t know if that joke works three times so we'll see.'
This first poster for Tim Burton's Big Eyes gets to the heart of the film's narrative, telling the story of Margaret and Walter Keane.
Fury kicked things off with $1.2 million last night as I offer up the reader box office prediction average for the new World War II thriller as well as The Best of Me, The Book of Life and Men, Women and Children.
Get ready to crack the code of Interstellar with new pictures, new trailers and comments on the movie from Christopher Nolan and Jessica Chastain.
This week we're reviewing Fury and The Best of Me while also discussing Warner Bros' DC Comics announcement, Alejandro Inarritu's superhero comments and much, much more.