The Russell Crowe thriller 'Unhinged' shouldered the responsibility of being the first major wide-release film to open theatrically during the COVID-19 pandemic.
He made documentaries about two lost Chicano storytellers, journalist Ruben Salazar and lawyer Oscar "Zeta" Acosta, made infamous as Dr. Gonzo by Hunter S. Thompson. What Phillip Rodriguez says now about Salazar's killing and Acosta's disappearance.
The first teaser for the so-called "Snyder cut" of "Justice League" was shown during the film's DC FanDome panel.
A new trailer for "Wonder Woman 1984" shows a reunited Diana and Steve, plus teases Barbara Minerva's evolution into Cheetah.
Jack Sherman, an early guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers who was featured on their debut and co-wrote much of their follow-up, has died at 64.
The "Game of Thrones" author says a "token" production did not prevent the film rights to "The Skin Trade" from reverting to him.
In 'Train to Busan: Peninsula,' the Korean zombie franchise gets a sequel.
Amazon Prime's "Chemical Hearts" stars Austin Abrams and Lili Reinhart of "Riverdale" as teenagers dealing with heartbreak.
"Words on Bathroom Walls" stars Charlie Plummer as a teenager dealing with schizophrenia with a top flight supporting cast including Taylor Russell and Andy Garcia.
Academy Award winner Kevin Wilmott ("BlacKkKlansman") revives an important historical tale in "The 24th," starring Trai Byers, Thomas Haden Church and Mykelti Williamson.