Director of Tom Hanks’ Mr. Rogers Movie Says It’s Not a Biopic
The movie will focus on the strong bond that developed between Rogers and a reporter while he wrote a profile on Rogers for Esquire in 1998.
‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ Trailer: Love Is Mr. Rogers’ Secret Ingredient
With a low production value and an occasional emphasis on difficult subjects like divorce and death, it’s crazy that his show Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood ever got off the ground.
Harper Lee’s Estate Suing Aaron Sorkin Over His ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Adaptation
Lee’s estate claims that Sorkin has changed the character of Atticus Finch too drastically and strayed too far from the source material.
Fox Is Still Trying to Get ‘Die Hard 6’ Off the Ground
Five movies into the franchise, the series is far from over.
‘The Last Jedi’ Blu-ray and Digital Release Has a Music-Only Version
Silent films are making a comeback, and it’s the loud, exciting action movies that are doing it.
MoviePass Disables Location Tracking After Huge Backlash
A March 7 iOS update for the app has now “removed unused app location capability.”
Trump Blames Low Oscars Ratings on Lack of ‘Stars’
The total amount of people who tuned in this year number just 26.5 million.
‘The Shape of Water’ Is the Highest-Grossing Best Picture in 5 Years
Best Picture has recently been confined to the specialty box office, with the Academy-appointed best films of the year rarely cracking $50 million before taking home the award.
Adam West, Della Reese, More Missing From Oscars ‘In Memoriam’ Segment
Every year, there are those who are inevitably left out.
Artist Claims ‘Solo’ Character Posters Stole His Designs
The ‘Solo’ character posters seem to have been modeled closely after a series of album covers.