The “galaxy far, far away” tagline is as applicable to American Graffiti as Star Wars.
Martin Short’s bid for major film stardom in the 1980s was thwarted by bad luck, not a lack of talent.
Sagging momentum and ratings led to the cancelation of Winning Time.
Martin Scorsese’s insistence on achieving historical accuracy with Killers of the Flower Moon inspired him to rewrite the film's script.
Agatha Christie left Kenneth Branagh many options for continuing the Hercule Poirot film series beyond A Haunting in Venice.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been heavily criticized over their support of disgraced former co-star Danny Masterson.
The glowing reviews for Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves have overshadowed the film’s disappointing box office performance.
As Laurie Strode in the immortal 1978 horror film Halloween, Jamie Lee Curtis became the prototype for the ultimate scream queen.
British actor Edward Woodward originated the role of Robert McCall in the 1980s television series The Equalizer. How has Denzel Washington compared?
The Friday the 13th franchise was more interesting before Jason Voorhees became a horror icon.
Despite being a sequel to one of the greatest horror films ever made, Exorcist II: The Heretic elicits more laughter than chills.
The disappointing box office performance of Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One doesn’t bode well for the future of the film series.
Bradley Cooper’s new film has received more publicity for Cooper’s nose than the film itself.
After five previous Oscar nominations, Christopher Nolan seems destined to win at least one Oscar for Oppenheimer.