Known for his work with Director Spike Lee, the Hill District native died in Pittsburgh this morning.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter’s eclectic body of work also included the rap-music drama “8 Mile.”
Antoine Fuqua’s postracial “Magnificent Seven” remake is long on buildup and carnage and short on credible camaraderie.
The strange but adorable “Storks” should delight the whole family.
New DVD titles this week also include “Beauty and the Beast” and State of Jones.
Admission will be free Sunday to the Children’s Museum, the Sen. John Heinz History Center and two Carnegie museums during RADical days.
The Oscar winner will co-produce “Warhol,” telling the story of the Pittsburgh native who reset the world view of art and culture.
“Snowden” explores the civil liberties vs. national security debate, but the documentary about Snowden, “Citizenfour,” was better.
Renee Zellweger’s beloved character is still awkward and adorable, but older, wiser and now comfortable in her own skin.
The changing of the season brings fresh concerts, plays, dances, film festivals and other events to the area.
“Captain America: Civil War” is the kind of smart, resonant and visually exhilarating movie fans of the genre have been waiting for.
From a new women’s social justice series to the classic Three Rivers Film Festival, this autumn is packed with thought-provoking movies.
Harish Saluja’s film festival celebrates its 11th year with banned Chinese films, dark comedies and claustrophobic dramas.
The film “Spa Night” examines a young gay Korean man trying to navigate his family’s upwardly mobile and conformist subculture.
The Mt. Lebanon native takes to social media to say, “It’s on,” in confirming he will portray DC Comics’ “greatest assassin.”
Mount Lebanon’s Gillian Jacobs shows a different comedic side in “Don’t Think Twice.”
Eastwood cleverly builds a full movie around an 8-minute emergency, adding a backdrop of conflict over the decision to land in the Hudson.
Life isn’t always a laugh for an improv group in Mike Birbiglia’s “Don’t Think Twice.”
The animated adventure “Wild Life” is a family-friendly take on the story of Crusoe with a twist.
The Hollywood Theater offers “A Steel City Celebration” of ‘Star Trek’s’ debut 50 years ago and a screening of “For the Love of Spock.”
Core Realty says it is “terminating negotiations” regarding a $12 million deal to take over the largest studio between L.A. and New York.
Tom Getty, 29, wrote, starred, produced and directed “Rising Fear,” an action movie set in Pittsburgh.
TV and film actor Jon Polito, the bumbling private snoop in “The Big Lebowski” who left his mark in several Coen Brothers films, has died.
The film — an adaptation of August Wilson's 1983 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play — was filmed in Pittsburgh.
Gene Wilder fans can see a couple of his classic films.
In the film adaptation of M.L. Stedman’s novel, a tragic Hardy-esque tale is handsome but handicapped by schmaltzy plot contrivances.
The banal sci-fi thriller “Morgan” excites in the beginning but disappoints in the end.
Vincent Cassel and Emmanuelle Bercot deliver exquisite performances in “My King,” which explores a passionate and destructive love.
These films are coming out over the next few months, with the dates subject to change.
The Village Theater Company building will house two screening rooms and a small performance space when it opens in 2017.
The actor and writer died late Sunday in Stamford, Conn., from complications from Alzheimer's disease.
The well cast “Hands of Stone” disappoints due to a lack of focus.
The smartly sexy crime drama explores how women working in high finance survive and the toll it takes on their souls.
'The Nice Guys,' 'Ratchet and Clack' and 'The Huntsman: Winter's War' make it to store shelves.
“War Dogs” is much ado about nothing, more “Whoa, dude-fellas” than “Goodfellas.”
Gritty, complex performances highlight the intriguing tale of bank robbing brothers seeking revenge.
‘The Angry Birds Movie,” “God’s Not Dead 2” hit store shelves this week.
Meryl Streep channels the bizarre persona and horrendous voice of “Florence Foster Jenkins.”
“Pete’s Dragon” is sure to soar into the hearts of moviegoers.
Farm shows, fairs and music, all on the agenda for the coming weekend.
Actor and others with ongoing geek cred elevate Steel City Con in Monroeville, which remains a mecca for toys and collectibles.
German director Thorsten Schütte’s “Eat That Question” provides a portrait of the avant-garde icon, with concert footage and interviews.
Three short films made in Carnegie as part of the 48-Hour Film Project won several major awards, including Best Film, at the regional level.
The Flood City Music Festival in Johnstown, Brad Paisley at the Pavillion and a party in McKees Rocks all on the schedule for the weekend.
As gorgeous as this super-villain film is to look at, the story makes no sense.
Seven drum and bugle corps will compete Wednesday at Baldwin High School Stadium.
Matt Damon is back in the saddle as the CIA’s most lethal former operative in “Jason Bourne.”
For better or worse, and his latest is probably in between, the writer-director Woody Allen hits many of the same notes, jazz included.
Helping to honor the “Spotlight” star and Robinson native was John Lee Hancock, his director in the upcoming film “The Founder.”
He plays a widower who puts the kids through a regimen of physical workouts, home schooling and training in how to think for themselves.