Much like the aggressively catchy theme song featured in The Lego Movie, everything was awesome at the box office this weekend for the toy adaptation. The film managed a phenomenal $69.1M, the second largest February opening ever behind 2004’s The Passion of the Christ ($83.85M), and displaced Ride Along’s three-week hold on the No. 1 […]
A new weekend means new film releases, and you can look forward to a trio of nationwide releases this weekend. While they may not all to be quality films, there should be a new film for everyone. Each of these films touches on a different key demographic so everyone can enjoy a movie this weekend. […]
Esquire’s “Sexiest Woman Alive” title creates inappropriate expectations for women and promotes self-loathing.
The film takes a dramatic spin on a space travel tale, perfectly capturing the sheer terror of getting lost in the abyss of space.
Ben Affleck’s latest film mixes drama and comedy as it tackles the historical narrative of the Iranian Hostage Crisis.
President Barack Obama stopped in Los Angeles on Sunday to speak at his star-studded “30 Days to Victory Concert” at LA Live. More than 6,000 people packed the Nokia Theatre to hear an all-star lineup of musical acts including Katy Perry, Jon Bon Jovi, Stevie Wonder and Earth, Wind & Fire. Actor George Clooney, Mayor […]
Jean Dujardin is a name you should know and start learning how to pronounce now. The French actor who stars in The Artist could walk away with an Oscar this year. Jean Dujardin and George Clooney both walked away winners at the Golden Globes several weeks ago for Best Actor, but the general consensus was […]
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced their nominations early Tuesday morning, which included both surprises and snubs in their picks. The Academy’s rule that anywhere from five to ten films could be nominated for Best Picture marks this year the first time in the history of the Oscars that nine films have […]
At the end of January, nominations for the 84th Academy Awards will be announced. For most, the New Year starts on January 1st. For those in Hollywood, the New Year only starts the day after the Oscars ceremony. Apparently, at one point in history, those in the Academy simply voted for those films and performances […]
Award shows are full of gowns, speeches and nominees getting snubbed. Accordingly, here’s a list of who will and who should win.