It really does get better — at the movies anyway.“Love, Simon,” a new comedy about a gay high school boy coming out of the closet and finding love, is a million miles away from the heavy gay-themed films of yore. The ones where men died from AIDS (“Dallas Buyers Club”),
A stunning revelation of a beloved Harry Potter character has come to light, and, honestly, it makes total sense to us. Professor Snape is one of the series's most mysterious characters. All through the series, we watch Snape get the best of our three heroes, and now, a fan theory
What would it take to make you go crazy? Like, really lose it? If you're anything like Taraji P. Henson's character in Acrimony, we hope your significant other never finds out. In this exclusive clip from the upcoming Tyler Perry thriller, faithful wife Melinda (Henson) discovers that her husband (Lyriq
Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon are the onscreen BFFs you never knew you needed. The pair star in the upcoming action film The Spy Who Dumped Me, which sees Kunis going on the run in Europe after her ex-boyfriend (Justin Theroux) turns out to be a spy (yes, we're getting
All the UK film release dates you need to plan your cinema trips throughout 2017 and beyond.
Red Sparrow release date March 1
Director: Francis Lawrence
Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton, Matthias Schoenaerts, Charlotte Rampling, Mary-Louise Parker, Jeremy Irons
Run time: TBC
A Fantastic Woman release date March 2
Director: Sebastián Lelio
Starring: Daniela Vega,
Neil Young says he’s excited for fans to see “Paradox,” his new film with Daryl Hannah that hits Netflix this week. But he’s also feeling something else.
“It’s a little scary,” he told HuffPost. “We don’t have any control over it. It’s just going out. It’s different than what we’ve done our
Spike Lee will share his insights and experience from three decades of making movies, for just $90.The filmmaker, one of the leading voices of modern black cinema, will offer his first online class in partnership with MasterClass. Lee’s class is slated to launch in the summer of 2018 on the
“Love, Simon” knows its way to a teenager’s heart: through a high school musical theater production.
As a gay coming-of-age story made by a top-tier Hollywood studio, Greg Berlanti’s endearing movie, which opened in theaters last weekend, is a rarity. “Love, Simon” lets its titular protagonist (Nick Robinson) find romance via tropes
If you ever find yourself in some sort of shootout, car chase and/or torture situation, you do not want Mila Kunis or Kate McKinnon around.
The hilarious duo play best friends in the upcoming action-comedy film “The Spy Who Dumped Me,” which is scheduled to hit theaters in August. The trailer, released Wednesday
It's been over a decade since Fred Rogers passed away, but his memory continues to live on. Earlier this year, it was announced that the venerable icon and beloved children's show host would be receiving his own USPS stamp, which followed the news that Tom Hanks will be portraying him
The Dursleys are some of the meanest characters in the Harry Potter universe. Not only do they make an orphaned child sleep in a closet for 11 years, but they continue to belittle and bully him as he grows to be a confident young wizard.
A convincing fan theory (seen on
Warning: Mild spoilers for Tomb Raider below!
We were already excited when the news of the Tomb Raider reboot was first announced, and now we have strong reasons to believe there will be even more Lara Croft coming to the big screen. Following the action-packed events that take place in the
Wes Anderson’s stop-motion animated “Isle of Dogs” took the Audience Award in the Headliners section at SXSW, a trophy previously won the past three years by such movies as “Baby Driver,” “Demolition” and the Sally Field pic “Hello, My Name Is Doris.”“Isle of Dogs,” which opens Friday, follows a young boy (Koyu Rankin) in
Here’s a first look at Renée Zellweger as “Miss Show Business” Judy Garland in the new biopic “Judy,” which is now under way in the UK. And it’s a pretty good likeness.The Pathé-, BBC Films- and Ingenious Media-backed movie will chart the story of Hollywood icon Garland’s final concerts in
Brace yourself: George Weasley may have grown up to be the King of Chocolate, Willy Wonka himself.
The idea of these two magical universes converging in some way is enough to make our 10-year-old hearts swoon (and our 20-, 30-, and 40-year-old hearts, too)! Though I'm ultimately a Harry Potter
Really into scaring yourself absolutely senseless? Well, Netflix has your back as they've revealed the top horror movies on its streaming platform that viewers just can't get through.
Looking at films that viewers turned off 70% of the way through the film, Netflix released a list of ten horror movies (in
Are you ready for Avengers: Infinity War? I hope so, because you're going to need every last bit of your emotions in check to handle Marvel's new trailer for the epic team-up flick. The film sees all of your favorite heroes — Captain America, Black Panther, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Doctor
Sure, the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer might finally explain what villain Thanos wants, but I could barely bother to care about that after seeing Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), formerly Captain America, holding off a punch from the Infinity Gauntlet. EXCUSE ME, I was not emotionally prepared to have Steve's
Laura Dern couldn’t help channeling her 8-year-old self during filming for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”
The actress revealed last year how she inadvertently kept saying “pew, pew” while firing a blaster in one of her scenes as Vice Admiral Holdo.
Here’s the proof, but blink and you may miss it:
Hooooo boy, the Avengers have their work cut out for them in the new trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. (Don't @ me for retreating under my desk after watching it, OK?) For the first time, we finally have an idea of what they're up against when it comes to Thanos,
Meet Lara Croft.She’s a fun-loving gal who works as a bicycle courier in London. For kicks, Lara does mixed martial arts at a local gym, even though she kinda sucks at it.She does have some personal baggage. She skipped college. And her dad, whom she learned archery from as a
The weather during the Spring can be annoyingly unpredictable, so it's inevitable that you'll want to spend a few days avoiding the occasional showers and chilly weather with a good movie and a glass of Rosé. It may not be hot outside just yet, but these movies ranging from the
Protect your edges, Marvel fans: a new trailer for Avengers: Infinity War has dropped, and no one is safe. It's the ultimate superhero team-up flick and features all of your favorites coming together to protect Earth from the baddest of the bad, Thanos.
The trailer manages to pack in a lot
When Jon Erwin was apprenticing for an ESPN cameraman at the age of 15, a member of his boss’ crew got sick three hours before the kickoff of a University of Alabama football game. A replacement for the cameraman was needed immediately, so Jon’s boss told him to fill in
Now that we've all had a chance to witness this year's exciting Oscars ceremony, it's time to look on to the rest of 2018. Naturally, attention must be paid to this year's crop of winners; after all, they're the cream of the cinematic crop right now, so to speak. With
The following contains spoilers for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
If you're into the same type of light reading that Hermione Granger enjoys in her free time, then you probably know from Hogwarts: A History that apparation within Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry simply isn't done. There are exceptions,
At the outset, Adrift presents as a charming love story: during a tropical getaway in Tahiti, Tami (Shailene Woodley) and Richard (Sam Claflin) fall head over heels in love with each other. What could go wrong? Well, the two agree to an exciting adventure that will have them sailing close
Since another St. Patrick's Day is upon us, it's only appropriate to highlight the most memorable drunk scenes in film — the good, the bad, and the laugh-out-loud funny. In honor of the beer-filled holiday, we're taking a look at unforgettable drunk moments from iconic movie parties, awkward hookup scenes,
2018 is the release year for a lot of book-to-movie adaptations, and there are a ton of novels we loved that will make it onto the big screen. Highly anticipated films include Mary, Queen of Scots, Where'd You Go, Bernadette, and A Wrinkle in Time! Until these are out, check
We might have to wait all the way until November for the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them sequel — Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald — to hit theaters, but thankfully the studio has blessed us with plenty of magical distractions to keep us busy. The latest is