"Get ready to snap your fingers! The first family of Halloween, the Addams Family, is back on the big screen."
Joaquin Phoenix takes on the tough role of a mentally disturbed man when he hits the big screen portraying a popular comic book villian in the “Joker.”
The first thing most people think of when they hear the name Judy Garland is most likely her famous role in the hit film, "Wizard of Oz."
“Yesterday,” released to home rental outlets this week, has a unique story line that brings the songs of The Beatles to the forefront — even if they’re credited to someone else.
The continuation of the highly popular television series “Downton Abbey” is set to come to the masses through a feature-length movie, releasing to theaters this weekend - nearly 4 years after the last season of the show.
Live action remakes seem to be a huge part of Disney’s business portfolio in recent years, and this summer it's been "Dumbo," "Aladdin" and "The Lion King," as this week Aladdin was released to home rental outlets.
Before Rosalind Russell hit the big screen in the 1958 film "Auntie Mame," she took to the stage in 1956 to perform the title character in the Broadway play with the same name.
While the film “It” was just released two years ago, there is a big jump in storyline by nearly 30 years when the sequel “It Chapter Two” makes its way to theaters this weekend.
More than 20 years after Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith made aliens an overnight sensation, Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson will try to stack up to the dynamic duo for the new generation in “Men In Black International,” releasing to theaters this weekend.
While he's had a small role in "Magic Mike" and "Dolphin Tale," Michael Roark's career has been, for the most part, in television.
There’s a good mix of genres coming to theaters this fall, but family films and remakes or sequels take up a big chunk of films releasing now through December.
The combination of Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson in "The Hustle" turned out to be a success, with the film grossing over $95 million worldwide since its release in May.
Whether people are looking for a little bit of hope or just need a little bit of encouragement, faith-based films released to theaters over the past few years have done surprisingly well at the box office.
Discovery Channel’s super popular special, “Shark Week” has come and gone, but if you haven’t quite gotten your fill of sharks, you’ll probably want to make your way to theaters this weekend for the release of the next big shark movie, “47 Meters Down: Uncaged.”
Recently passing up the 10-year reign of “Avatar” as the highest grossing film of all time, ”Avengers: Endgame” will be available through rental outlets tomorrow.
From animation to computer generated imagery, Pikachu takes the lead in his own movie in “Pokemon Detective Pikachu,” which hit rental outlets this week.
The State Theatre will host the showing of one of the most timeless films when “Gone With the Wind” (1939) hits the screen there Aug. 16.