Shia LaBeouf and Kate Mara star in the drama “Man Down.”
By mid-2017, Waterworks Cinemas will become the first theater in the Pittsburgh region to feature all luxury seats.
The late playwright’s adaptation of his award-winning play is among six nominations from the Broadcast Film Critics voters.
‘Ab Fab,’ ‘Pete’s Dragon,’ ‘The BFG’ will hit store shelves this week.
Documentary filmmaker Tom Kurlander founded a nonprofit called 21 Voices and is raising money to spread awareness of the affliction.
His work can be seen in Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Wrong Man,” Robert Benton’s “Kramer vs. Kramer” and Warren Beatty’s “Heaven Can Wait.”
The actor from East Liberty who attended Peabody High School said Pittsburgh "had everything to do" with has career on stage and screen.
Moana is not only the star of the animated movie based on Polynesian mythology, but she also joins the royal court of Disney princesses.
This film beautifully tells quiet, introspective, ordinary stories about women’s lives.
The animated film pays homage to its Disney heritage with clever visuals.
The romantic World War II spy caper lands with a thud despite its star power.
Will Smith, Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, Denzel Washington, Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal have new movies on the way.
Daniel Rice is the lighting supervisor on Walt Disney Animation Studios’ holiday extravaganza.
Jeff Nichols film digs into the 1967 Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia, which declared interracial marriage legal.
Applause and laughter rock the East Room of the White House during hourlong ceremony.
Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne heads the new cinematic franchise that is a prequel to the “Harry Potter” books and films.
Go ahead and laugh, but “The Edge of Seventeen” gets the angst of adolescence just right.
Film Pittsburgh presents the festival for the first year.
The familiar tale of a down-on-his-luck boxer, played by Miles Teller, comes off as a bit cliche.
‘Finding Dory’ and ‘Star Trek: The Animated Series’ will be released this week.
From activist Evan Wolfson to directors Eddie Rosenstein and Johnny Patterson, the festival boasts Steel City natives.
Although we know the outcome of Obergefell v. Hodges, “The Freedom to Marry” reminds us of the decadeslong struggle for marriage equality.
The Mt. Lebanon native is called upon to help raise money and awareness to the hospital’s mission.
The critically acclaimed film explores black gay sexuality with heart and without judgment.
Aliens land on Earth mysteriously in the new film, and it’s up to linguist Amy Adams to parse out what they’re about.
The adult animated comedy from Seth Rogen and James Franco goes to great lengths for raunchy humor.
From movie theaters to neighborhood bars in Pittsburgh, it’s more fun to watch the results with a crowd.
As the focus of family turns to the glow of the digital screen, life, especially for children, is undergoing a radical transformation.
Mel Gibson’s return to directing is largely welcome in this true-to-life epic about a heroic conscientious objector.
Pittsburgh shines in director Ewan McGregor’s film, which features David Whalen, who grew up in New Kensington.
Director Ewan McGregor swings for the fences with “American Pastoral” but strikes out.
Rebecca Hall shines in Antonio Campos’ “Christine,” about the tragic 1974 on-air suicide of TV journalist Christine Chubbuck.
Movie review: Loving ‘Doctor Strange:’ The latest trip into Marvel universe is a thoughtful tour de force
Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton star in film with kaleidoscopic special effects and glimpses of strange new realities.
“Star Trek,” and “Fast & Furious” hits store shelves this week.
Convention will feature stars of “Daredevil,” “Star Trek,” “Sons of Anarchy,” ”Hercules,” “Rocky Horror Picture Show” and more.
“Doctor Strange” brings mysticism and magic into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.