Movies

Eddie Murphy accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award

Review: The good, the bad and the Tuesday of the 2023 Golden Globes

The Golden Globe Awards returned to broadcast television for its 80th anniversary.

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A general view of atmosphere is seen at the U.S. premiere of "Avatar: The Way of Water"

Full Speed Ahead: 'Avatar' Sequel Again Dominates Box Office

"Avatar: Way of Water" has brought in some $63M over the holiday weekend and now has made more than $400M domestically and more than $1.3B globally.

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An Arizona Cardinals fan dresses as the Grinch prior to an NFL football game

Santa-Themed Horror Movies Opening In Theaters

The horror movie trend has morphed into Christmas, complete with haunted Christmas houses.

 | Clayton Sandell

A family watches a movie during Christmas time.

Holiday Movies Are As Loved As Ever, Especially On Hallmark Channel

Rom-coms aren't as much a part of the box office as they used to be, but places like The Hallmark Channel are still churning out dozens each year.

 | Casey Mendoza

“Babylon”

‘Babylon’ Review: Thanks, I Hate It

Hilarious but pretentious, “Babylon” is both the best and worst possible versions of what I imagined.

 | Daniel Feingold

Christy Carlson Romano speaks on her podcast.

Former Child Stars Are Fighting For Labor Reform In Entertainment

Former Disney Channel actress Christy Carlson Romano shares why she's advocating for child labor reform in entertainment.

 | Casey Mendoza

Stephanie Hsu, Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan in a scene from, "Everything Everywhere All At Once."

Golden Globe Noms Led By 'Banshees,' 'Everything Everywhere'

In an attempt to restore early-morning fanfare to the awards-season tradition, nominations were read at the Beverly Hilton live on NBC's "Today" show.

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A scene from the film "Cocaine Bear"

'Cocaine Bear' Trailer Is Out — Here's The Real-Life Story Behind It

The real-life story that inspired 'Cocaine Bear' is almost as wild as the trailer: It starts with an Army paratrooper turned drug smuggler.

 | Bridget Sharkey

The cast of "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery" arrive at the film's premiere.

Why Don't More Streaming Services Debut Their Films In Theaters?

Even with the box office bouncing back in 2022, the theater is no longer the main way to release a new movie, like Netflix's "Glass Onion."

 | Casey Mendoza

The Hollywood sign.

Why Do We Have The Hollywood Sign?

The Hollywood sign is turning 100 and as an early gift it got a facelift. A crew used more than 400 gallons of paint to give the letters a fresh glow.

 | James Packard

Kate Hudson, Leslie Odom Jr. and Kathryn Hahn are shown in a scene from "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery."

How To Avoid Movie, TV Spoilers Online

With so many new movies and shows coming out around the holidays, there are also just as many spoilers on social media that can ruin a first viewing.

 | Casey Mendoza

'The Menu'

'The Menu' Review: A Delectable Class Satire

Served first at the Toronto International Film Festival, the movie is in theaters this weekend.

 | Daniel Feingold

An image from the movie "She Said" is shown.

'She Said' Film Explores How The Weinstein Story Broke, Its Aftermath

Five years after the emergence of the #MeToo movement, the story that started it all is getting a treatment on the big screen.

 | Casey Mendoza

'Garfield's Thanksgiving'

10 Thanksgiving Movies To Relax With After The Big Meal

Christmas movies get all the hype, but these Thanksgiving-themed films deserve a viewing over the long weekend.

 | Anna Weaver

A scene from "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever."

'Black Panther' Sequel Scores 2nd-Biggest Debut Of 2022

"Wakanda Forever" was eagerly anticipated by audiences and exhibitors, who've weathered a slow spell at the box office since the summer movie season.

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A collage of political movies is shown.

How Political Films Affect Audience Perception

In an era where Americans are as divided as ever over politics, its line with pop culture has become even more blurred.

 | Casey Mendoza

Bianca the main character in Reflect

New Disney Movie 'Reflect' Focuses On Body Positivity And Self-Esteem

Disney has introduced its first plus-size female protagonist, in a film called "Reflect" that focuses on body positivity.

 | Cat Sandoval

A scene from "Causeway"

'Causeway' Review: Jennifer Lawrence Elevates A Trauma Drama

The drama debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival and begins streaming on Apple TV+ this weekend.

 | Daniel Feingold

A deepfake of Bruce Willis

What Does Hollywood Have To Fear With Deepfakes?

As the use of deepfake technology increases, questions arise on whether an actor's digital twin can be used without consent.

 | Casey Mendoza

Signage at the World premiere of the film 'Ticket To Paradise.'

'Ticket To Paradise' Highlights Lack Of Rom-Com Theatrical Releases

Major romantic comedy theatrical releases this year have been quite limited.

 | Daniel Feingold

A still from "The Banshees of Inisherin" is shown.

'The Banshees of Inisherin' Review: Colin Farrell Just Wants A Friend

This hysterical anti-buddy comedy set during the Irish Civil War is one of the best films of the year.

 | Daniel Feingold

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Dwayne Johnson in a scene from "Black Adam."

'Black Adam' Review: The Rock Has Godlike Powers... Good Enough

The Rock's debut as a superhero goes about exactly as you'd expect.

 | Daniel Feingold

Geena Rocero attends the 30th annual GLAAD Media Awards.

Filipino Filmmaker Is Shining A Spotlight On Community's 'Caretakers'

A filmmaker is sharing the large part Filipino Americans play in in the health care industry.

 | Casey Mendoza

A scene from The Good Nurse

'The Good Nurse' Review: It's Not A Good Movie

Newsy's Daniel Feingold shares a review of "The Good Nurse."

 | Daniel Feingold

A prop from the film 'The Man with the Golden Gun'

'James Bond' Celebrates 60 Years

"Dr. No," the first film in the James Bond franchise, debuted in the U.K. on Oct. 5, 1962.

 | Casey Mendoza

An alien image.

Pop Quiz: Why Do We Think Aliens Look Like That?

Pop Quiz on "In The Loop" asks where humans got the conception most have of aliens, from Hollywood to the world of astrobiology.

 | Casey Mendoza and Scripps News Staff

Aerial photo shows part of the Bonanza Creek Ranch film set

'Rust' Cinematographer Lawsuit Settled, Filming To Resume

Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot and killed by Alec Baldwin on the set of the film "Rust" in October 2021.

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Sosie Bacon, left, and Jack Sochet, right, in a scene from "Smile."

Horror Pic 'Smile' Happy At No. 1; 'Bros' Starts In 4th

It's hard to compete with a new horror movie in October. "Smile" stars Sosie Bacon as a therapist haunted by smiling faces after a traumatic event.

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Billy Eichner in the movie "Bros."

'Bros' Joins A Wave Of Diversity, Representation At The Box Office

"Bros" is the latest film to make history in Hollywood with its openly gay leading man and co-writer.

 | Scripps News Staff and Daniel Feingold

'The Fabelmans'

'The Fabelmans' Review: Spielberg Takes A Victory Lap

One of the best movies of the year is a deeply personal project from one of our all-time best filmmakers.

 | Daniel Feingold