Fresh off their Oscar nominations, “Birdman” and “Boyhood” added to their awards-season haul with multiple wins at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards.
Bradley Cooper stars as real-life Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who did four tours of duty in Iraq and became the most accomplished and decorated marksman in US history.
Bradley Cooper narrates the Eagles-Cowboys Thanksgiving Day pump up video.
People magazine has named Chris Hemsworth the “Sexiest Man Alive” of 2014, cheering the Australian actor’s rise as hammer-wielding, bone fide hunk in the “Thor” films.
Bradley Cooper tells us the best way to shut New York fans up.
Hollywood and Broadway’s brightest stars will take center stage at “The 68th Annual Tony Awards.”
Chris assesses the reaction at Rutgers following former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s decision to withdraw as their commencement speaker, a Supreme Court ruling on prayer at town council meetings, and the possibility that Jimmy Fallon brings the Tonight Show to Philadelphia.
Chris analyzes the shooting at Ft. Hood yesterday, Sarah Palin’s performance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and DeSean Jackson’s introduction with the Washington Redskins. He also talks with Senator Pat Toomey and Michael Reagan.
The Oscars are upon us, and the slates of nominees on display on Sunday evening during the Academy Awards ceremony are the usual mix of familiar faces and first-timers.
Character-driven storyteller David O. Russell gives his film a manic, farcical energy that keeps it at arm’s length from realism but that engrosses to a surprising degree.
What are the new attractions moviegoers will be choosing among at multiplexes on this year’s final week and immediately beyond? Bill Wine has this survey…
Between movie and television shoots and music concerts, celebrities are here all the time. And they love to go out to restaurants. So where do they go?
Part III reunites the primary cast and finds a new tone, resulting in the strongest of the three outings.
What do moviegoers have to look forward to (or, perhaps, in some cases, dread) through the rest of May and into June, July, and August?
Sorrowful and bleak but vibrant and commanding, The Place Beyond the Pines is three stories in one.