Margarethe von Trotta’s “Hannah Arendt” confines itself to the period in the early 1960s, when the German-born thinker covered the trial of Nazi chief Adolf Eichmann for the New Yorker magazine and weathered the firestorm that followed.
In “The Angels’ Share” Robbie, a Glasgow hooligan doing community service in lieu of jail time, wants to give his new son a better childhood than he had. But he’s finding it hard to overcome the pull of gang violence.
During the making of the movie “Battleship,” the science fiction thriller pitting U.S. naval forces against alien attackers, the Navy requested just one key change: replace an overweight actor portraying an officer with a slimmer one, according to director Peter Berg.
Louis Pasteur was a vampire. That much I can reveal about new episodes of HBO’s “True Blood” without ruining the surprises that might bring this stylish, bloody soap opera back to form after a scattershot season.
“Men in Black 3,” Sony Corp.’s sci- fi comedy, led the U.S. box office over the U.S. Memorial Day weekend, collecting $69.3 million in sales and ending a three- week, first-place run for “Marvel’s The Avengers.”
“Marvel’s The Avengers” was the No. 1 movie at theaters in the U.S. and Canada for a third straight weekend, taking in $55.6 million for Walt Disney Co., and making it the studio’s highest-grossing film ever.