Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis are back for a follow-up to their hit comedy that has none of the laughs of the original.
Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, and Rooney Mara join newcomer Levi Miller in a reimagining of the classic story, which files into theaters on Jul. 17, 2015.
The Babadook combines an ominous picture book with a mother pushed to the breaking point, showing how creepy children’s literature can be.
In the exclusive gag reel from The Skeleton Twins DVD, the actors and SNL alumni improvise their way into a laughing fit.
Peeta Mellark, damsel in distress.
The first-ever Iranian feminist vampire western, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, is so very cool.
The filmmaker, who died Wednesday at the age of 83, was behind some of cinema’s most famous moments and images.
Proving that if you put serious music to anything it makes it 1000x crazier.
Some cops just don’t get love.
The whole fight-to-the-death aspect of the first two Hunger Games films wasn’t exactly light, but in the franchise’s latest installment, which is out in theaters Nov. 21, things gets even more grim.
Jennifer Lopez only sang three words in the entire movie.
The 20-years-later sequel to the Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels comedy proves that sometimes you can go back again, especially if you haven’t learned anything.
The Gugu Mbatha-Raw–led backstage melodrama Beyond the Lights is the latest to use hair extensions as a symbol of identity for its central character.
They are the polaroid of perfection.
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In order of release, these films made 2014 the year of the book-to-movie adaptation.
This December it’s been 40 years since the release of The Godfather: Part II. Here is a look at the cast of the pioneer film trilogy then and now.
“You’re like the maid of dishonor.”
Christopher Nolan’s latest film is sprawling, huge, and proof that Danny Boyle’s 2007 astronauts-saving-humanity epic Sunshine is sorely underrated.
Where would the movies be without pretty people in pretty clothes? Test your knowledge of cinematic duds!
Check out what the whole cast of the 2001 looks like now. With SLIDEY THING!
The latest Disney movie is more than just the animation giant’s first superhero feature.
Spoiler alert: Kevin still really loves pizza…
You are a cinema, I could watch you forever.
Elijah Wood and Sasha Grey play a fan and a star in the voyeuristic new film Open Windows. Thanks to Celebgate, it feels especially relevant.
Can you guess who said these lines from the movie?
Christopher Nolan gets his biggest canvas yet, but still can’t figure out a way to balance his spectacularly realized action with human drama.
“Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria!”
Vegemite on toast? Well alright alright alright.