Michael Stuhlbarg tried to make himself as “small and squat” as possible to play Edward G. Robinson in “Trumbo” opposite Bryan Cranston.
Not everyone may know how to pronounce actress Saoirse Ronan’s name, but they recognize her face, talent and burgeoning fame.
Actors including Michael Keaton dig into their roles as members of a Boston Globe investigative team and its story about clergy sex abuse.
The film franchise based on Suzanne Collins’ novels comes to an end in a serious manner.
From the unglamourous clothing and goodbye cakes to the occasional smell of a dead rat, “Spotlight” gets it right.
“Secret in Their Eyes,” a Hollywood remake of an Oscar-winning foreign thriller, misses the mark.
The “Hunger Games” finale is PG-13, for tweens and up; “Secret in Their Eyes,” also PG-13, is suitable for mature high schoolers and older.
“The Night Before” is a holiday hybrid and a funny one, thanks to its leading men Seth Rogen, Anthony Mackie and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
The former Maxi Saver 12 will reopen under new management as Century Square Luxury Cinemas and will feature 10 auditoriums.
Producer Jesse Shapira returns to Pittsburgh for screening of Oscar bait “Room” at his hometown theater.
“Love the Coopers,” shot in Pittsburgh and opening today, unwraps family, food, comedy, a dash of drama, musical merriment and holiday joy.
Bailey Conner, 6, is an extra in the film, which opens today in theaters.
The screening will take place Dec. 17 at AMC-Loews at The Waterfront in a special screening to benefit the Pittsburgh Film Office.
The 34th annual Three Rivers film Festival continues through Sunday at four locations.
“Suffragette” writer Abi Morgan blended fact and fiction in the story of British women attempting to gain the right to vote.
Steeltown Entertainment Project introduces its first class of grant recipients and mentors to make their projects a reality.
Agent 007 swings into action, Timberlake and Stapleton wow the country crowd, and we sing the praises of Indian summer and Mr. Sax.
“Spectre,” starring Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz and Lea Seydoux, raises ghosts from James Bond’s past in grand, globe-trotting style.
“Court,” “In the Shadow of Women” and “Influenza” are among the four dozen films to be screened during the Three Rivers Film Festival.
After a triumphant debut at Tribeca Film Festival, “Crocodile Gennadiy,” a documentary made by Pittsburghers, will help open the festival.
Will Smith watched autopsies in preparation for filming “Concussion,“ while new trailer shows David Morse as Mike Webster.
Rick Neumann’s souped-up vehicle resembles the car that traveled through time in 1985 hit movie.
Family Film Guide: “Spectre”
Comic strip inspired books, toys, animated specials, Broadway musical, Macy's Thanksgiving Day balloons and more.
Filmmaker Penelope Spheeris will appear at Hollywood Theater in Dormont with the trilogy capturing the LA punk and metal scenes.
‘Star Wars’ fans will have to leave behind the masks, makeup and fake weapons when the hottest movie of the franchise opens in December.
Consumers can follow the path of new technology to creative platforms for experiencing entertainment.
If Bradley Cooper’s “Burnt” whets your appetites for more movies featuring food, here are enough titles for a 10-course cinematic meal.
The movies might be trite but they leave you craving the delectable preparations.