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9 Summer Movie Burning Questions: Can Marvel, Disney Survive Success? Where Are the Black Movies? Is ‘Terminator’ a Crazy Gamble?
TheWrap Summer Movie Preview 2015 also ponders: Why will Sony be rooting for a Fox comedy? What would a real quake do for “San Andreas?”
And he’s not the man she remembers — literally
“I have a thick long resume, so I’m sure they have lots to pull from,” Henson tells TheWrap at the intimate Samsung Galaxy S6 dinner...
The Oscar-winning screenwriter will work with Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg to broaden the franchise
Cori McCarthy’s forthcoming novel follows a female pilot who must save America in the year 2048
On a scale of 1 to 10 (equivalent to say, Cuba Gooding Jr.’s Oscar celebratory dance), how excited is Richard Linklater to be done with...
Five executive producers and directors actually finished before God
Not adjusting for inflation, Clint Eastwood’s Iraq War drama has made $217.1 million, surpassing Steven Spielberg’s WWII epic at $216.5 million
Unexpectedly strong January has year up seven percent with several potential blockbusters on the way
Costume Designers Guild, American Cinema Editors and publicists of the International Cinematographers Guild announce honorees
The Clint Eastwood-directed Iraq War saga starring Bradley Cooper continues record-breaking rampage
The “Hunger Games” duo will tackle the tragic true tale of Francisco “Pipin” Ferraras and Audrey Mestre
The writing process for the saga is taking longer than expected, the director of the 2009 blockbuster said
21 Burning Questions for 2015: ‘Star Wars’ or ‘Avengers’? Can Johnny Depp, J. Lo Break Slump? Where’s M. Night?
“Stars Wars: The Force Awakens” and “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” lead the parade as Hollywood gears up for a run at the all-time domestic...
Voltage Films’ Nicolas Chartier and Valhalla Motion Pictures’ Gale Anne Hurd will produce the graphic novel adaptation
“Interstellar” and “Gone Girl” could be the only two to make $100 million domestically
From Bill Maher’s “flip a district” to Jeffrey Katzenberg and Harvey Weinstein’s efforts to unseat Senator Mitch McConnell, here’s the midterm matchups on the industry’s...
Films in contention run the gamut from “Afternoon of a Faun” to “A World Not Ours”
Movie and TV veteran to be honored at the 26th Annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony in January
“CitizenFour” and “Finding Vivian Maier” are joined by “Point and Shoot,” “The Salt of the Earth” and “Tales of the Grim Sleeper” in top doc...
Industry power players James Cameron, Steven Soderbergh and Werner Herzog are also among the growing list who are interested in exploring the budding medium
The former president of Start Motion Pictures will relocate to LA to work alongside Aaron Ryder
Documentary from “King of the World” averages a soggy $485 per-screen in its opening at 304 theaters
James Cameron, the man behind “Titanic” opens the doc “Deepsea Challenge 3D,” while Daniel Radcliffe debuts in rom-com “What If”
The “Avatar” director plummets to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in this amiable doc that’s basically a big-screen version of a National Geographic special
Richard Linklater’s 12-years-in-the-making drama is a decided underdog — but strangely and gloriously, it’s also a real contender
TV demonstrated its muscle, even during film studio panels