2015 will bring us some new stars to crush on and clamor over. Here's our predictions for the 15 actors to keep an eye on this year.
Cheers to the year of 2015 and all the fantastic movies it's primed to bring our way! To be sure you don't miss out on the must-see films of 2015, we've compiled a list of the most promising pics.
'Tis the season to marathon endless holiday movies! As much as we love the classics, we can't help but want more, more, more! So, we've come up with some could-be holiday movie remakes -- starring some of our favorite celebs -- that we'd love to add to our Christmas wish list
There's only one way to celebrate Allison Williams' 'Peter Pan Live!' -- with a GIF review!
2014 has been a thrilling year in film that's included not only heartbreaking love stories and pulse-pounding adventures, but also outrageous comedy and unforgettable drama.
Sometimes you just need something divinely frightening. Thankfully movie lovers need no longer wait for Halloween to indulge in their desire for gore and horror. The 2014 horror movie release calendar is studded with scary fare. And we've narrowed down the 10 most tantalizing choices below, representing terror in all its shades.
"Remake" is often Hollywood code for "rehashed, lazy cash grab," but sometimes a basic premise can be given a refreshing new spin with the right cast and crew behind it. Starring Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Michael Ealy and Joy Bryant, 'About Last Night' is the rare remake that justifies its existence by being freshly fun and thoroughly entertaining.
Often felt in the hormone-fueled heydays of youth, first love can be a frenzy of overwhelming passion and dizzying lust. So of course it's a sensational jumping off point for drama. Add in a dash of deep parental disapproval, and you've got the stuff of Shakespeare. Sadly, while the new movie 'Endless Love' has the premise for great romantic drama, it lacks the conviction and execution, coming up boring where it should be bold.
Based on the bestselling YA book series, 'Vampire Academy' seemed a promising movie adaptation. Combining the cutthroat world of high school with the bloodlust of vampire fiction, it had an enticing starting point. Adding to its allure were a writer and director who have defined the modern teen queen movie, Daniel Waters, the screenwriter of 'Heathers,' and Mark Waters, the director of 'Mean Girls.' So how did the 'Vampire Academy' turn out so lifeless?
Few things scream "cash grab" as loudly as a movie about a popular children's toy, as these productions rely highly on the brand recognition of children and nostalgia of adults. Making a good movie inspired by pre-existing playthings is such a rare thing that it almost seems impossible. Thankfully, Phil Lord and Chris Miller -- the directing duo behind the charming 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs' and the hilarious '21 Jump Street' reboot -- are known for turning terrible-sounding projects into spectacularly entertaining adventures. And they've done the impossible with 'The LEGO Movie', creating a wonderful narrative that perfectly captures the wonder and joy of playing with the iconic building blocks.