UPDATE: Due to the events in Aurora, Colorado earlier, Movies.com will be going dark for the remainder of today. Again, our thoughts and prayers remain with those impacted by these tragic events.
Earlier today, a 24-year-old lone gunman brought at least three guns, a gas mask, tear gas and a bulletproof vest into a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado and opened fire during a midnight screening of… Continue reading 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting: 12 Dead, 71 Injured in Midnight Screening Massacre (Updated)
In the wake of the horrific shooting at a screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, Colorado, celebrities took to Twitter to express their sympathies.
The outspoken filmmaker and political activist, Michael Moore, was left speechless by the violence of the event.
At approximately 12:30 a.m. on July 20, a gunmen entered a theater at the Century 16 cinema in Aurora. The suspect was said to have set off a tear… Continue reading Colorado 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting: Celebrities React To Tragedy
Being 11 years old and starring in one of the biggest movie franchises ever seems like a pretty daunting task. However, for Mackenzie Foy, who plays Renesmee in the upcoming — and final — “Twilight” movie, “Breaking Dawn, Part 2,” she appears to be taking everything in stride.
Perhaps that’s what happens at such a young age: that you’re not really able to process all of the madness and fandom and… Continue reading Mackenzie Foy, 'Twilight' Star, On Shooting 'Breaking Dawn' And Her Favorite Scene
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In preparation for Marg Helgenberger’s last episode of CSI – airing tonight on CBS — EW talked to the 53-year-old actress about becoming the third original star (behind Gary Dourdan and William Petersen) to depart the long-running crime drama, as well as what she’ll miss, and whether she’ll ever come back.
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We recently sat down with writer-director-editor Ti West, best known for his masterful The House of the Devil, to talk about his latest film, The Innkeepers (out December 30th on VOD), and it ended up being an in-depth, hour-plus discussion about the unique and borderline obsessive way West approaches filmmaking, how his films are marketed, what really happened with Cabin Fever 2, what the current state of indie filmmaking is… Continue reading Dialogue: Ti West on the Difference of Shooting Film, Current Horror Trends, 'You're Next' and Joe Swanberg