Hollywood never gets bored with mothers. Over the years, they’ve glorified, vilified, and otherwise memorialized enough great mom characters to fill a book—and now, Richard Corliss has written just that with Mom in the Movies.
Captain America continues to vanquish box office foes, triumphing in ticket sales for the third consecutive week and beating formidable contender Johnny Depp.
With $41.4 million in its second week of release, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” held off “Rio 2″ at the weekend box office.
Warner Brothers has the rights to a memoir written by a terminally ill South Florida teacher and Steve Carell will be in the mix.
The film and television industry in Florida is looking to Tallahassee lawmakers for new funding for an incentive program designed to attract production to the state.
The teen science-fiction franchise “Divergent” debuted with $56 million at the box office, one of the year’s biggest openings, but one shy of some expectations.
In Need for Speed, Tobey Marshall, played by actor Aaron Paul, is a blue collar mechanic who races muscle cars on the side in an unsanctioned street circuit. A disastrous race allows a competitor of Tobey’s to frame him for a crime he did not commit—landing him in jail for two years.
The stylish combat film “300: Rise of an Empire” topped the box office with a strong debut of $45.1 million seven years after the original “300” became an unlikely sensation.
Liam Neeson has grounded the “The Lego Movie.”
After a blustery few days of torrential downpours, Hollywood appears ready for smooth sailing at the Academy Awards.