When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hands out Oscars this weekend, the smart money is on Daniel Day-Lewis to take home the best-actor award for the title role in “Lincoln.” It would be his third Oscar.
“Wreck-It Ralph,” Walt Disney Co.’s 3-D animated film about video-game characters, was the top movie in U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in a record $49 million in sales for the studio label.
Charlie Rose, Nov. 1: A review of the impact of Hurricane Sandy. Then, Director Robert Zemeckis and actor Denzel Washington discuss their latest film, "Flight."
At the beginning of “Flight,” Whip Whitaker, an arrogant and alcoholic but superbly competent airline pilot, successfully crash-lands a disabled jetliner.
Any remembrance that culminates in Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech is going to raise goose bumps.
Denzel Washington, last seen on Broadway as Shakespeare’s Brutus, plays Troy Maxson, the domineering patriarch of a slum-dwelling family in a revival of August Wilson’s great 1987 drama, “Fences.’
The romantic drama “The Vow” opened as the top weekend film in U.S. and Canadian theaters ahead of Valentine’s Day, taking in $41.2 million for Sony Corp.