Review: 'Hangover' sequel retreads fun of predecessor
Though “The Hangover Part II” breaks no new ground, it carries on the spirited depravity and comedic flourish of its predecessor.
Super Bowl turns into 'Draft Day' before big game
It wasn't the raucous NFL draft, but it was Hollywood's next best thing when Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner, Denis Leary and director Ivan Reitman gathered Friday just down a hotel hallway from the Super Bowl's media center to chat up their new movie "Draft Day," made with the full support of the league itself.
'Mary Poppins' among 25 films to be preserved at Library of Congress
Just in time for a new movie about the making of "Mary Poppins," the 1964 Disney classic starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke has been selected for preservation at the Library of Congress so future generations of Americans can see it.
LunaFest connects women through film
LunaFest, a traveling film festival that seeks to celebrate and inspire women through the art of film, makes a stop in Anderson on April 13.
Heather Bremer: ‘The Graveyard Book’ film project resurrected
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Disney will breathe life into “The Graveyard Book” as a live-action film directed by Ron Howard.
Heather Bremer: ‘Star Wars’ fans keeping close eye on Snyder’s other projects
We knew when Disney acquired the rights to George Lucas’ Star Wars empire that it would only be a matter of time until the first big project involving the multi-billion dollar franchise was revealed. But no one anticipated a project quite like this.
Heather Bremer: Oscar change could leave studios scrambling
Oscar nominations were announced Thursday, but it is another bit of news from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences that has Hollywood buzzing and could drastically alter the look and feel of the holiday movie season next winter.
Heather Bremer's resolution: Out with the bad movies
I've made a few resolutions. And while dropping some pounds and gaining a promotion are on my to-do list, I’ve got a few other movie-related goals to accomplish in 2013.
‘Fra-gee-lay, that must be Italian’
Retired veterinarian Phillip Shirley is such a fan of "A Christmas Story," the holiday film set in Indiana, that he created a display in honor of it in his front yard.
Heather Bremer: Fiction and fantasy are at forefront this weekend
J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantastical world of Hobbits, Dwarves and Orcs returns to the big screen this weekend. “The Hobbit” opened Friday morning with midnight shows across the country, each theater filled with avid fans dressed as Gandalf, Frodo or Aragorn.
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