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The Post-Gazette has compiled the best bets for entertainment in the Pittsburgh area this season.
"American Sniper" tells the straightforward tale of Chris Kyle; "Hot Tube Time Machine 2" can’t drum up the few laughs the original did.
A quick look at the summer movies set to dominate the box office.
Free movies from Citiparks are screened in the great outdoors.
“Tracing Outlines,” a film about a gallery that championed avant-garde art in 1940s Pittsburgh, debuts locally at The Carnegie this week.
Summer Movie Clubhouse returns to Cinemark theaters with family-friendly features on select mornings for $1 a person.
The Frank L. Melega Art Museum has special events planned for this last day of the National Road Festival.
Mad Max rides again, although he is now played by Tom Hardy from “The Dark Knight Rises” instead of Mel Gibson who originated the role.
Mr. Weinstein said it was an outrage that Jake Gyllenhaal was snubbed for his performance in “Nightcrawler,”
Disney’s “Tomorrowland” is lining up to win the Memorial Weekend box office despite the fact that the movie is so shrouded in mystery.
Feature film doubles as a thank-you from France to its liberators and answers key World War II questions along the way.
Plus: Parkway Theater in Stowe will launch “Asian Movie Madness“ series; lineup announced for the 2015 Lucille Ball Comedy Festival.
Rave Pittsburgh 11, once home to Showcase Cinemas North along McKnight Road, will have its last picture show Thursday night.
”Hot Pursuit” star and “Modern Family” mainstay Sofia Vergara is often cast as the femme fatale, ex-wife or girlfriend on the big screen.
As time goes by, these quotable American classics just get better, and Pittsburgh Filmmakers will showcase a handful on Sunday nights.
Provocative panels and films, including “Norma Rae,” will be the focus of monthslong program at the Pump House in Munhall.
The concerts will be held at 8 p.m. July 3 through July 5. The July 5 concert is billed as the last time the band will play together.
An R.E.M. documentary, Hollywood Theater fourth birthday party and a film about the Bhutanese experience are on tap for May.
Nearly 100 years after his birth, Orson Welles endures a sharp rise to fame and sharp fall from Hollywood grace to ultimately stay on top.
The exhibition starts at the beginning, with a page by Jack Kirby of the Marvel superheroes’ first appearance.
About 40 young people shot footage for a short film titled “Transience” behind and near the Third Street Gallery.
Scores of movies, including the made-in-Pittsburgh "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" and "Southpaw," are headed our way for summer.
In the latest ‘Avengers,’ there isn’t much sex or language, but fights, epic battles, airborne and landlocked chases, and explosions abound
After his Oscar win for “Whiplash,” J.K. Simmons will appear in “Terminator Genisys” alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger and franchise newbies.
Also: “Aspie Seeks Love” returns, “Crocodile Gennadiy” inks deal, and a one-time showing of doc “Bayou Maharajah” at Hollywood Theater.