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Oaks Theater to add two stages and a bar and compress seating as it evolves into a multipurpose entertainment center in Oakmont.
Hollywood needs “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” to roar in a big way this weekend to help reverse the summer slump at the box office.
Although big-name entertainment companies no longer are building hundreds of new theaters at a time, they continue to invest in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh all-stars add Will Smith and Vin Diesel to Russell Crowe and Jake Gyllenhaal in movies being shot in Pittsburgh in 2014.
Outer space is the theme of the 2-Minute Film Festival in at Carnegie Museum; Culture Club premieres Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project.
Pittsburgh's Emily Peachey was headed to law school when the acting bug changed her course.
Beatles and fans rampage through London in the classic “A Hard Day‘s Night,” restored for its 50th anniversary.
Sam Turich and Gab Cody discuss their film “Progression,” inspired by the Lawrenceville Urban Pioneer Society‘s progressive dinner.
The Furries hit town, the Swans perform and fireworks are popping off all over.
A director told rapper turned “Earth to Echo” actor Brian “Astro” Bradley to “just keep doing what you‘re doing” in movies.
Anthony Breznican proves you can survive high school and write a novel while employed full time with the just-published “Brutal Youth.”
Tickets are still available for the film that focuses on the legendary club in Dallas, directed by the Mt. Lebanon native.
Actor Joe Manganiello returns to Pittsburgh Friday to screen his documentary, "La Bare," at Hollywood Theater in Dormont.
“The best way to honor him is to put on one of his movies,” his son said. “Put on ‘Baby Doll’ or ‘Magnificent Seven.’ Those live forever.”
With Ewan McGregor in the lead, the film version of Roth’s 1998 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel will start shooting in March.
Five of Drum Corps International’s top 12 corps will perform Wednesday at Gateway, one of two local competitions on the DCI summer tour.
Sequel “Think Like a Man Too” is rated PG-13 and is suitable for mature high school students and older.
Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival will shine a light on lower budget films, including some with Pittsburgh subjects or makers.
In the traveling Found Footage Festival, discarded videos picked up in thrift stores are turned into an entertaining show.
By accident or design, Guy Pearce never seems to repeat himself, and he proves that again with “The Rover” opposite Robert Pattinson.
Here are 10 facts to guide viewers from the stage to the screen adaptation of the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
'The Lego Movie,' and 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' hit store shelves.
Row House Cinema will offer local beers and classic movies in Lawrenceville to promote community and older, classic films.
The IMAX documentary “Great White Shark” aims to dispel misconceptions about the legendary predator.
The weekend’s events include the Jeep Heritage Festival in Butler, violinist Lindsey Stirling, the PSO, John Legend and more.
Art on Film is part of Pittsburgh Filmmakers' series exploring artists and their creative process.
Bounced from Dormont due to its adult content, Dan Savage's traveling movie festival finds a new home in Lawrenceville this weekend.