The Red Chapel doesn’t have stars, but it does have a bitterly funny and far more complex view on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea than the Seth Rogen and James Franco film.
Who wouldn’t want to marry a homeless Arabian man?
Several news organizations, citing U.S. officials, reported Wednesday that North Korea was behind the Sony data hack. The revelation came on the same day the studio decided to cancel the release of The Interview.
Here’s guessing Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Franco never thought their North Korea assassination comedy would come to this.
An Australian haunting, a sociopathic news cameraman, an actor in crisis, and a lobby boy were some of the best things to come to the screen this year.
From Birdman to Top Five to Chef, movies have been all about the need for artistic recognition.
In his third turn as a director, the comedian and filmmaker has finally made a movie that feels as sharp and personal as his stand-up. Not surprisingly, it deals with race, fame, and celebrity.
“I have recorded a cameo. It will almost certainly be cut from the final film, in accordance with tradition.”
The new Christian Bale–led Biblical film updates Moses in every way except the most important one.
The trailer promises a world “without hope, without law, without mercy” — but with plenty of kick-ass stunts!
It is set five decades in the past, but Ava DuVernay’s film about Martin Luther King Jr. feels shockingly timely.
The final installment from Peter Jackson’s Middle-earth (at least for now) is basically just Middle-earth’s greatest hits.
Let’s all have a holly jolly walk-n-talk.
Show off your inner cinephile this winter season.
“How did you get this number?” “Magic! :) ”
This ain’t no Eat Pray Love.
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.