BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Concessions have long been part of the movie-going experience. Sure, they may cost an arm and a leg, but thereís something special about checking out the latest blockbuster with a bucket of popcorn in your lap. That being said, theaters are regularly looking to change things up behind the counter, and the future of this industry was recently unveiled.
If the movie theater chains start to change the way theaters operate in order to accommodate the way audiences want to see movies in 2016 (and beyond), will you continue to support them?
The results are in, and it seems that one of the biggest reasons for 2015's great box office performance is the fact that teenagers love to go to the movies.
DC may be fairly new to the current generation of superhero movies, but they have a couple of secret weapons: Batman and Superman. Those two characters helped Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice break a record, and it's not even out yet.
What do you think? Should parents be allowed to bring their child to any movie that they choose, no matter the time of day?
One independent theater chain is allowing teenagers a chance to see Michael Moore's Where To Invade Next even though it's R-rated and includes a naked German man in a hot tub.
As the price of movie tickets continues to go up and up and up, people are getting inventive about how they can circumvent such costly outings. But one pair of friends may have pulled off the best stunt. You have to see it for yourself.
Going to the movies became a lot easier once Fandango came around, and a new company wants to make things even more convenient. Read on to see how going to the movies in a group could be as easy as going alone.
For some of us going to the movie theater is a nearly religious experience. There are certain rituals that go with attending a movie in a theater that many people simply canít do without.
Owning a movie theater is one of those jobs that always sounds awesome, and if that's been a dream of yours, a new contest is just giving away a cool old theater to the winner of an essay-writing contest.
With all of the ways one could kill time at an airport, frequent fliers that travel through a certain major airport will have yet another way to wait for their flight. Though you might be surprised as to what the viewing options will be.
If youíve been in a movie theater anytime in the last decade youíve probably seen those ads before the film reminding you that movie piracy is illegal. The Motion Picture Association of America hates it.
Quentin Tarantino's western The Hateful Eight is one of the most anticipated movies still to come this year, but gearing up to show it in 70mm has become a costly endeavor for movie theaters.
Michael Moore is no stranger to controversy, and he's butted heads presidents, the gun lobby, and more. Now he is taking the MPAA to task over the rating of his latest, Where to Invade Next.
Folks are chomping at the bit for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and though it is sure to bring out many a cosplayer, another theater chain has put some restrictions on what fans can and can't bring to the theater opening night.
If you have plans to dress up for opening night of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, you may have to amend you plans as some theaters are restricting what you can and can't wear.
We're just about two months away from actually seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but just in case you needed to be reminded of how anticipated it is, the film is already breaking records.
AMC is offering Star Wars fans the chance to get their hands on exclusive posters for The Force Awakens. And all you have to do is see the film four times.
Still two months out, anticipation for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is already intense. In fact, movie theaters are already having problems keeping up with the demand for advance tickets.
Filmmaker Christopher Nolan issued a bleak warning to movie theaters regarding the future of cinema. Nolan warned that if the theater going experience isnít improved the next generation of movie goers will stop going