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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 isn’t improved the next generation of movie goers will stop going
Alex Gibney's Scientology documentary Going Clear caused quite a ruckus when it was released earlier this year, and it is causing a stir again as one theater has canceled plans to screen the film due to pressure from the Church.
With the recent violence in movie theaters, one chain has decided to take a step forward and mandate bag checks for entering visitors. Get the details, after the jump.
Film lovers have always seen the movie theater as a very special kind of sanctuary, but in recent years - and especially in recent months - the security of that sanctuary has become compromised.
Sometimes I hate people. With the unfortunate rash of violence that has been occurring recently inside movie theaters, we’re coming dangerously close to not being surprised when we hear about more. This however, is not a story about people being hurt by a violent lunatic. This is a story about people being hurt by a couple of morons.
With the recent movie theater shooting in Louisiana and the trial of the Aurora, Colorado theater shooter both in the news, movie theater safety has been a hot button issue. Should movie theaters have more security?
Paramount is working on a new plan that could change the way movies are released theatrically, and now they have a handful of new allies in this quest.
Many are wondering whether stricter security measures, specifically metal detectors, will be put into place in movie theaters across the country to better prevent further shootings. According to insiders, this is not likely to happen, though they believe there are other, better measures that should be taken.
It was back in January that it was reported that movie ticket prices that people are the main reason why people are hesitant about seeing a film at their local theater. Well, that complaint hasn't stopped cinemas from continuing to raise their prices.
A new deal between AMC, one of the largest movie theater chains in the U.S., and Paramount could have major implications on the way we watch new releases.
Traditional movie theater snacks aren't particularly healthy, but one entrepreneur is fighting to add an option that is both fun and better for you to concession stands: edamame.
A recent showing of Pixar’s Inside Out was accidentally swapped with Insidious: Chapter 3. Parents of young children were not amused.
There are few things that annoy moviegoers more than people using their cell phones during showings. It’s rude, selfish and really frustrating, especially if there’s any light or sound attached to the device.