Through the ups and downs of his career, the name M. Night Shyamalan has always been synonymous with one thing: twist. While watching his films, it’s easy to spend more time wondering if he will, won’t, and how he’ll twist, and it can take away the power of what’s actually on screen.
Olivia Pope gets a lot of credit for being a powerful woman, but it's the woman behind the fictional character who is helping to create real change in an industry that's woefully lacking in women and people of color behind the camera. Kerry Washington on Monday spoke to a group of women at the Sundance Film Festival's annual Women in Film Brunch, telling guests that progress is going to take "courage on all of our parts."
If you were one of the relatively few people bewitched, bothered and bewildered when Damien Chazelle's musical "La La Land" won a record seven Golden Globes a couple of weeks ago, you should probably avoid the news Tuesday morning when Oscar nominations are announced.
The long-awaited Tupac Shakur biopic finally has a release date. Morgan Creek Productions and Lionsgate's Summit Entertainment said that "All Eyez on Me" would arrive in theaters on June 16 on what would have been the slain rapper's 46th birthday.
PARK CITY, Utah - On one level, the outstanding Sundance drama "Walking Out" tells a simple father-son wilderness survival tale. But just below the surface, roiling emotional complications add meaning and difficulty at every turn.
The California Institute of the Arts was created partly by Walt Disney's desire to bring more top-flight animators into the profession. And it has during its 47 years, though for a long time almost all were men.
It's official. The next installment of the main "Star Wars" saga will be called "The Last Jedi." Lucasfilm unveiled the Episode VIII title Monday morning, but did not reveal who this last Jedi could be.
Competing with a presidential inauguration, multicity marches and big-budget Hollywood productions, M. Night Shyamalan's creepy psychological thriller "Split" pulled off a surprising opening weekend victory, pulling in an estimated $40.2 million.
An African American father struggles with race relations in the United States while trying to raise his family in the 1950s and coming to terms with the events of his life. The film stars Denzel Washington and Viola Davis.