Does anything sound more conventional than a biopic about McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc?
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Kim Kardashian’s Ocean’s Eight cameo reportedly centres around a jewelry heist.
Tom Hardy, Aidan Turner, and James Norton have emerged as the latest front-runners to succeed Daniel Craig as James Bond.
It is bittersweet to type these words: After 36 years and three months of service, I am now the retired film critic of the Toronto Sun and the former Sun Media chain across Canada.
Lucasfilm has put to rest rumours Disney executives were in talks with Carrie Fisher's estate for the rights to use the actor's digital image in future Star Wars films.
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Ben Affleck’s latest multiple-threat film as an actor, writer, producer and director is a gangster epic called Live by Night. Prepare to be thrown off-kilter: Hollywood’s golden boy has taken a sudden new-old turn in his filmmaking career.
Woody Harrelson is reportedly in early talks to join Alden Ehrenreich in an upcoming Han Solo Star Wars movie.
Actor Michael Keaton turned down the chance to return as the Caped Crusader for 1995’s Batman Forever after learning director Joel Schumacher wanted to make a more light-hearted movie.
George Kosana, who played the beefy Sheriff McClelland in the 1968 cult zombie film, “Night of the Living Dead,” has died. He was 81.
Jeremy Renner thinks a joint Black Widow/Hawkeye spinoff movie “makes sense.”
Ben Affleck won’t direct and star in his forthcoming Batman film if he feels the script isn’t up to scratch.
Hollywood is known, of course, for following the road more travelled, trying to minimize risk. So it is that some of this year’s “original” movies are really remakes or spinoffs from old television series. That said, there are a few real originals set for release in the next 12 months. Putting them all together, here are 17 big titles for 2017, all
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It’s tough to remember a time when there weren’t half a dozen superhero movies duking it out for box office glory each and every year, and 2016 certainly saw its share of tights, capes and fists.
IN A WORLD… where movie-trailer production houses make terrible films look good and good films look better… ONE MAN dared to look back on them and pass judgment.
Yeah, yeah, best of times, worst of times. But like most years onscreen, 2016 was mainly the “meh” of times.
Ryan Gosling had to share a hot tub with Harrison Ford on the set of Blade Runner 2049 so they could both warm up between takes.