Robin Roberts will interview acting nominees and the director of ”The Martian” on a program that airs a week before the Academy Awards.
The Coens salute and poke fun at Old Hollywood with help from Josh Brolin as a studio fixer and George Clooney as an actor.
“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” gets its kicks with the adaptation of the best-selling horror mashup novel by Seth Grahame-Smith.
Some of the Oscar-nominated documentary short subject films are somber yet uplifting.
Teresa Palmer and Benjamin Walker star in the latest movie based on a formulaic novel about a couple destined for love.
The list of Oscar presenters and performers grows, and Pittsburgh will be represented in the NAACP Image Awards.
“45 Years,“ starring veteran actors Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay, examines a marriage shaken to its core by a secret from the past.
“45 Years” stars Oscar-nominated actress Charlotte Rampling as a wife who learns stunning secrets about her husband’s long-ago life.
Former CMU student and bandmate Shay Mooney will be competing against Brothers Osborne, Florida Georgia Line, Joey + Rory and Maddie & Tae.
The newspaper drama, featuring Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton, took home the top honor.
“Kung Fu Panda 3” turns Po from student to teacher, reunites him with his long-lost dad and teaches gentle lessons along the way.
“The Finest Hours” dramatizes a 1952 Coast Guard rescue attempt after storms cracked two oil tankers in half in ferocious seas.
Oscar-nominated short films will be screened at the Regent Square Theater.
Michael Keaton will be among the presenters at the SAG Awards ceremony, while Pittsburgh’s Oscar party moves to the convention center.
’Goosebumps’ and ’Chi-Raq“ hit store shelves.
February celebrates African-American history with features that include a film exhibition and a play about Emmett Till.
Pittsburghers want to welcome “Fences” filmmaker Denzel Washington to town and crack open the door for jobs and other opportunities.
An elegant documentary shows how the bohemian heiress left the lasting gift of modern art to all of humanity.
Charlie Kaufman and co-director Duke Johnson’s new stop-motion animated film focuses on a man crippled by the mundanity of his life.
A Werner Herzog documentary debuts this weekend at Sundance Film Festival: Some segments were filmed at Carnegie Mellon University.
“The 5th Wave,“ starring Chloe Grace Moretz, is disturbing, reminiscent of real life and yet lacking in suspense and irony.
The change comes following a weeklong storm of criticism after academy members nominated an all-white slate of actors for the second year.
No one in Hollywood is talking about dates and dresses for the Academy Awards, at least in public.
Also, Row House Cinema in Lawrenceville books Oscar-nominated animated film “Boy & the World.”
Donnie Yen goes up against Mike Tyson in a film that explores what it means to balance family life with a martial arts tradition.
Frederick Wiseman’s “In Jackson Heights” continues his obsession with the peculiarities of American life and the democratic process.
How in the world did they do that? The makers of the Oscar-nominated “Anomalisa” talk about the years-long, painstaking process.
"Straight Outta Compton,“ ”The Intern,“ and ”Everest“ show up on store shelves.
Cyndi and David Casteel have sued Joseph Nocito Sr. and Jr., alleging breach of contract in the creation of a film studio in Robinson.
The date change means that the franchise will again look to dominate movie theaters in the holiday season.
President of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences says “it’s time for big changes.”
Movie producer will move the home to another part of a property he owns and use the $5.5 million purchase as a guesthouse.
Jazz drummer Thomas Wendt, Chris Ivey’s “East of Liberty” film trilogy, The Kassia Ensemble, a new female chamber music ensemble and more.
Michael Bay presents a stirring and sober look at disastrous events in 2012 Benghazi in “13 Hours.”
In “Ride Along 2,” Ice Cube and Kevin Hart are sent to Miami to nab a crime kingpin.
With “Fursonas.” three Point Park cinema students offer an intimate glimpse into the lives of various members of the furry community.
“Norm of the North,” an animated film with the voice of Rob Schneider as a polar bear trying to save his habitat, revisits familiar themes.
“The Revenant” leads Oscar nominations with 12. No love for Michael Keaton, Wiz Khalifa or Will Smith in a mixed day for Pittsburghers.
Rickman was often cast as the bad guy; with his rich, languid voice he could invest evil with wicked, irresistible relish.
This weekend look for The Segah Festival, PSO and Wild Child, comic Mike Epps, A Winterfest at Moraine and a new Phipps show.
Nominees for the 88th Academy Awards include
The director-producer-actor will guide the film production of August Wilson’s award-winning play, set in the Hill District.
Now that you’ve seen “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in 2-D, 3-D and 3-D IMAX, what’s next?
“The Revenant” takes Golden Globes for best drama, director and actor Leonardo DiCaprio while “The Martian” soars, too.
A record-breaking 2015 at the movies and for live theater in NYC has ties to Disney productions.
Dormont theater issues a challenge: Just try to resist the comedic powers of dynamic duo Laurel and Hardy in three silent films.
Leonardo DiCaprio stars as the real-life frontiersman Hugh Glass, who was mauled by a bear and abandoned, only to return.
Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara present an evocative, sensual tale of same-sex love in the 1950s in “Carol.”
The new horror film “The Forest” doesn’t really deliver a good scare.
Global deal counts a player with many Pittsburgh connections in entertainment, education and sports.