In playwright Todd Almond’s reworking, the alt-rocker’s 1991 LP provides a soundtrack for a love story between two teenage boys
Blumhouse’s new found-footage horror film about teens in peril loses its way in the dark
Even if the goal is boosting two low-budget horror movies, the studio’s deal with AMC and Cineplex could be an important first step
The 50th anniversary of Eastern Europe’s biggest film festival gathers the elite, stars and offers in competition a satire that sends up neo-Nazi culture in...
An intriguing tale from the “Fault in Our Stars” author reminds us that cool kids struggle to live up their own legends
Don Mischer, Charlie Haykel and Juliane Hare are executive producing 67th annual ceremony
The Steve Spielberg-produced, Jay Roach-directed drama will follow Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidency
Best-selling author and social media star has been with company for 14 years, eight as a soloist
‘Ant-Man’ LA Premiere Is Super-Sized With Paul Rudd, Stan Lee, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly (Photos)
Big stars plays small superheroes in latest Marvel movie, as comic book legend Lee hits the red carpet following a health scare
Thanks to Twitter and Facebook, feedback that once took weeks can now immediately help or hurt a movie
The spots aim to combat piracy and emphasize the value of creativity
Creator, who voices the bawdy bear, and stars are thunder buddies on the red carpet for the sequel to the 2012 hit comedy
A child conquers cancer, becomes a miniature Batman, saves San Francisco, and makes the viewer’s day in this film that should leave audiences with a...
Emmy Breakout Tituss Burgess on ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s’ Pinot Noir, Sudden Fame: Watch #selfieinterview (Video)
“Who else can say they get to go to work and hang out with Tina Fey and Robert Carlock and talk about comedy?” actor tells...
Emmy Breakout Kether Donohue on ‘You’re the Worst’ Breasts, Cocaine and Bad Romance: Watch Her #selfieinterview (Video)
“I get to say outrageous things but also explore complexities of the human mind,” actress tells TheWrap
TheWrap Magazine Emmy Issue salutes a bakers’ dozen breakout stars of the season– starting, of course, with a pair from Fox’s “Empire”
Stage adaptation of sci-fi classic “The Man Who Fell to Earth” will open this fall and feature original Bowie tunes
Celebrity gossip blogger will appear in unauthorized parody show beginning Sept. 7 in New York
Musical within musical on short-lived Steven Spielberg-produced drama traced the rise and fall of Marilyn Monroe
Viola Davis Defies Hollywood Stereotypes as She Keeps It Real: ‘I Didn’t Want to Be the Vogue Woman’ (Video)
In TheWrap Magazine’s Emmy cover story, the bold and outspoken actress tackles ageism, sexism and racism in Hollywood as she strives to portray a real...
The actress appeared on “Justified,” “Togetherness” and “Last Man on Earth,” and is now on “Orange Is the New Black” as well
Dinosaurs rumble to $29 million but upset-minded Pixar kids film opens on top and eyes $90 million
“This man descended down an escalator like a God going from theater 12 to theater seven at the multiplex,” Daily Show host jokes
Ondi Timoner directed the acclaimed SXSW and LA Film Festival entry, which will receive a theatrical release
With heroes Joy (Amy Poehler) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith), this beautiful, moving animated epic will make you feel lots of feelings
Oscar winner, a mountain climber and marketing and digital executives bond at TheWraps first New York Power Breakfast
Ridley Scott, Simon Kinberg and Mark Gordon are producing the detective movie for 20th Century Fox
Universal’s team focused on Steven Spielberg’s 1993 classic, triggering a nostalgic wave that drove record box office
Editors Kate Amend (“The Case Against 8”) and Jeff Malmberg (“Marwencol”) are serving as creative advisors