Before Sunrise introduced us to Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy and the pair meet Movie Fanatic for an exclusive interview to talk about Before Midnight. Romance movies never become series, so we asked Hawke and Delpy which movie couple needs a sequel!
Steven Spielberg and George Lucas Predict Hollywood Meltdown: Lincoln Almost Went to HBO
Lincoln was this close to becoming an HBO movie. According to Steven Spielberg, that's a symptom of a film industry that is nearing implosion.
Oz The Great and Powerful DVD Review: There Is No Place Like Home
The Yellow Brick Road is not what you remember in Oz: The Great and Powerful. Our Oz: The Great and Powerful DVD review finds the prequel to The Wizard of Oz a whole new classic filled with brilliant extras.
Much Ado About Nothing Review: Shakespeare Meets Mister Avengers
Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing is Joss Whedon's first film after the triumph of The Avengers. Our Much Ado About Nothing review finds the film a likable adaptation, but missing a little magic.
The Butler Poster: Igniting a Revolution
The poster for The Butler has dropped. The film stars Forest Whitaker as a long-serving White House butler.
The East Review: I Spy a Revolution
The East is a riveting piece of work from the movie making team of Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij. Our The East review finds the issues it presents as murky as the oil spills at the center of the eco-revenge thriller.
The East: Ellen Page Bares Her Soul & Sets Movie Tone
Ellen Page has bared her soul more than once onscreen, from X-Men to Juno. With The East, Page tells us exclusively how doing that set the tone for the film.
On the Road Giveaway: Win a Home Screening!
On the Road is now available on home video and we've got your chance to win a free viewing. On the Road is based on the iconic book by Jack Kerouac and stars Kristen Stewart and Garret Hedlund.
Much Ado About Nothing Clip: Nathan Fillion is an Ass
Nathan Fillion is called an ass in this clip from Much Ado About Nothing. Joss Whedon directs the Shakespearean adaptation.
The East: Alexander Skarsgard & Brit Marling Talk Power of Tony Scott
Alexander Skarsgard stars in The East with co-star and screenwriter Brit Marling and the duo talk exclusively about what it meant to them that the film was Tony Scott's last producing effort. The East is a psychological thriller that fits perfectly in Scott's world.
Rush Trailer: Risk of Death Turns People On
The second Rush trailer has arrived and if it is any indication of the film's quality, Ron Howard has another winner. Chris Hemsworth plays real life racer James Hunt.
Byzantium Trailer: You've Got Secrets, Haven't You?
The new trailer for Byzantium has arrived. Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton star.