Learn more about the “Kings of Summer” movie.
Al Pacino will play Joe Paterno in a movie about the late Penn State football coach.
Kevin Gatto and Nancy Amoroso joined Pat and Ukee to discuss fashion at the Golden Globes.
For the second time this season, the Philadelphia Orchestra will be providing the live score to a film as its playing.
The 21st annual Philadelphia Film Festival is here, bringing with it almost two weeks of film screening and premieres, plus special guests, lectures and a plethora of film-centric events.
Have a more unique movie experience with a visit to one of the Philadelphia area’s independent theaters.
Filming is scheduled to get underway this summer on “The North Star,” a movie that tells the story of two slaves who flee a Virginia plantation.
Police say the 18 year old was shot multiple times as he walked out of a corner grocery at Tackawanna and Kinsey, he collapsed at Kinsey and Ditman (the site of a film set) and was pronounced dead at a local hospital.
There was a lot of excitement in Center City on Wednesday since Hollywood stars are on hand filming “Dead Man Down,” an action flick starring Colin Farrell and Terrence Howard.
A new movie has sparked more outrage over the impact on bullying in America.
Actor Michael Ealy, from the new movie “Think Like A Man,” spoke to Pat & Ukee on Talk Philly.
Philadelphia may be a train ride away from Broadway and across the country from Hollywood, but the city still has more than its share of rising stars.
Opening Friday, “The Hunger Games” has a strong shot at shattering the record March debut of $116.1 million domestically for 2010′s “Alice in Wonderland.” It would be only the second movie opening in March to top $100 million in the first weekend.
The Theater in Ambler Borough is asking for help from the public.
John Jillard, Sr. is tired of his post-service life, and he’s doing something about it: He’s making the next great boxing movie.
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