Film / Television
How can a loving God send people to a place of eternal torment? That is one of the primary questions addressed in the new documentary “Hellbound?,” which examines how Christian beliefs about God, the Bible, and punishment affect and shape our culture.
One of the most legendary films in all of cinema is getting an anniversary present this year.
What made June Foray such a great voice actress was not that she could do so many voices, but that she was first and foremost a great actress.
The phones started ringing and reality bent when when Hunter Davis came into the Off-Ramp studio to talk about his spot-on impression of Ian McKellen doing "Baby Got Back."
The emphasis on unique sound design is one of the stylistic changes in the movie trailer industry, but the way we watch trailers is changing.
A growing number of companies specializes in making music just for movie previews. One of the most popular artists to imitate? Skrillex.
A lot goes into making those three-minute previews you see in theaters before the feature presentation.
Movie trailers weren't always the adrenaline-inducing barrage of images we know today. They used to be more of an afterthought than an art form.
This weekend’s box office numbers were among the lowest they’ve been in more than a decade. It’s typical to have low ticket sales following Labor Day — but not this bad.
The Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood will be showing Francis Ford Coppola's masterpiece, "The Godfather", for just 25 cents.
"Beauty is Embarrassing" is about how Wayne White has lived his art through his life and is, THANK GOD, not another damned tortured artist.
Michael Clarke Duncan's life will be celebrated with a public casket viewing and a private service next week. "The Green Mile" star died Monday.
Actor Michael Clarke Duncan has died at 54, his fiancee, reality star Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, says.
Sundance Cinemas' VP of Marketing describes the changes, previews the first movies to be shown and hints at a big announcement involving the Sundance Institute.
Los Angeles County coroner's officials say notes left behind by "Top Gun" director Tony Scott did not give a motive why he would kill himself.
“I wanted this to be a tour de force,” photographer Colin Rich said. “I wanted the camera to feel like it’s pulling you through the city."