It was a terrible summer at the U.S. box office, but does that mean the movies were also terrible?
From superhero blockbusters to raucous comedies to weepy tearjerkers to winsome indies to Bollywood spectacles, this is what was available at (many) movie theaters over the summer of 2014. So how many did you get to see?
From Shailene Woodley and Angelina Jolie to Seth MacFarlane and Veronica Mars, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
From Transformers: Age of Extinction to District 9, Hollywood has happily co-opted the language and imagery of historical propaganda.
Plus an expert panel spills what they know about wine trends, behind the scenes of “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” and 30 things you should know before you turn 30.
The newly public AMC Entertainment was the favorite stock of hedge funds in the first quarter, and analysts say the company is on a tear, buoyed by projections of a better-than-expected summer blockbuster season.
With his film’s estimated $111 million debut over the four-day Memorial Day holiday, the embattled director finally has some good news.
Who was that guy? Plus, screenwriter-producer Simon Kinberg on whether Bryan Singer will return to direct X-Men: Apocalypse and more. SPOILERS!
A lifelong X-Men comics fan and a comic book dilettante debate director Bryan Singer’s latest film, which finds the mutants traveling through time to prevent their extinction (and the internal logic that comes with that). WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead!
There’s a LOT of X-Men comics and most of them are very confusing, but here are some great starting points, depending on what you’re looking for. But watch out: There are a lot of spoilers in here.
What rhymes with “finger guns”?
Singer’s publicist released a statement on April 24 confirming this story.
Everything you need to know about the lawsuit alleging that the X-Men: Days of Future Past director drugged and sexually abused an underage boy in 1999.
In the wake of the lawsuit filed against Singer alleging the director sexually assaulted a teenager, Singer will not be doing interviews at the fan convention.
Corporate dealmaking led to the teaser for X-Men: Days of Future Past appearing at the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but Fox and Sony will not be uniting Marvel Comics’ web-slinger and mutant superheroes.
While director Bryan Singer said last December that the actress “won’t appear” in the film, Fox confirms to BuzzFeed that Paquin’s character Rogue has made the final cut.
Something tells me this is not going to end well.
The special issue features Jennifer Lawrence, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Hugh Jackman, and every other star of this summer’s hero heavy blockbuster. Warning: mini-spoilers ahead.
Some posters are memorable because they are stunning examples of how a single, arresting image can pull you in. Some posters are memorable because they make you curse Photoshop and all it has wrought upon the Earth.
Young Professor X and Magneto, meet your future selves. And Wolverine, meet your… current self?
Benedict Cumberbatch as Verbal Kint? Can we get this greenlit tomorrow?
Trask Industries have set up shop at San Diego Comic-Con, complete with a new website and a Sentinel head on display. The anti-mutant robots are expected to play a big part in the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past, opening May 23, 2014.
There is so much going on at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, but here are a few things that really should go down amid the 130,000-plus attendees. (A fan can dream.)