George Clooney tries to reconnect with his two daughters in The Descendants while Rachel Weisz blows the whistle on the U.N. Also, Anna Faris wants to know, What's Your Number?
Late last night, news broke that producer Laura Ziskin had died after a long battle with breast cancer. She was 61. Throughout the night and into today, Hollywood has been tweeting their thoughts and condolences to the Ziskin family and friends. Here are a few of them.
Here’s to original blockbusters! On Friday 73% of you picked Super 8 to win the weekend, and you were right on the money. The film many counted out because of its lack of stars and mysterious marketing campaign managed to kick those X-Men to the curb for a spot at the top of the weekend box office.
Last night's Tony Awards were memorable for several reasons, many of which involve Neil Patrick Harris as host. NPH admitted he had to do something regarding Spider-Man's tumultuous year in which the musical shut down several times due to re-writes and unfortunate accidents. So instead of throwing out one or two jokes, NPH popped 30 seconds on the clock and just went off.
This is part of a series of posts for the "Write Your Own Caption" Contest, running through July 19, 2011. Write a caption to the posted Harry Potter photo for a chance to win Fandango Bucks! (You can check out the official rules here.)
Tara McNamara, editor of KidsPickFlicks.com, guests on our Fandango Freshly Popped Blog with her Guide to Summer Kids' activities.
The 2011 Summer Blockbuster Season continues this weekend with the release of the summer’s only original blockbuster. J.J. Abrams (Lost, Star Trek) wrote and directed Super 8, which hits theaters with a producing credit from Steven Spielberg and a great throwback vibe to the days of Amblin Entertainment and films (like The Goonies and E.T.) where kids were the heroes.
Accio Harry Potter tix! The first wave of Deathly Hallows: Part 2 tix are now on sale on Fandango, courtesy of Regal theaters, so if there's one near you, now's a great time to check...
While the kids of small-town America try to figure out J.J. Abrams big secret in Super 8 and Charles Xavier, Erik Lensherr and the rest of the X-Men prep for a second weekend battle at the box office, we take a look at a few other movies that are getting limited releases today. Check out the trailers and let us know if any of these movies look interesting to you.
Shia LaBeouf sure did have a lot to say during the MTV Movie Awards this past Sunday. Aside from dropping hints that the ball is rolling on a fifth Indiana Jones movie, the 24-year-old actor (he turns 25 tomorrow) has said that he will not be back for another Transformers movie. The actor also added that director Michael Bay would most likely not return either.
With less than two weeks to go before Cars 2 hits theaters, we have an exclusive clip to share! Also, Disney has released an interactive poster that lets you click on various characters and hear audio clips.
What drives hardcore movie geeks like me into the hallowed confines of The Drafthouse day after day is its plethora of signature film events and dedication to films of every conceivable ilk. Check out what's playing at the Drafthouse this week.
In case you didn’t know by now, the J.J. Abrams-Steven Spielberg sci-fi collaboration called Super 8 hits theaters at midnight. Though the movie lacks a big name star (settle down Kyle Chandler/Noah Emmerich fans) it does feature a cast of fresh young actors. This week’s The Five becomes The Six as we take a look at the kids of Super 8.
AMC and Regal Cinemas, the two biggest movie exhibitors in the United States (as well as the two biggest competitors) teamed up a few months ago and formed their own shared distribution company called Open Road Films. The first movie the company will distribute will be the action thriller The Killer Elite, starring Jason Statham, Robert de Niro and Clive Owen.
We’re just over a month away from the end of the Harry Potter franchise. Warner Bros. is ramping up promotion of Deathly Hallows – Part 2 including yesterday’s reveal of 11 new action posters featuring various members of the cast.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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