Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” had a bountiful box office opening, earning $70.7 million in its first weekend to score the biggest debut of the year.
Keep up with the Oscars, from the nominees to the red carpet to the podium. And the Oscar goes to…
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’ve gathered the best (or worst, if you prefer) of the romance movie clichés.
It seems like only yesterday that the ‘Les Miserables’ marquis was removed from its Broadway home. But don’t worry Les Miz-lovers, it’s coming back – and it’ll be ubiquitous.
With the abundance of movies filmed in the Big Apple, there’s never a lack of star sightings in New York City. Being an extra in a movie is a fun way to spend a day, familiarize yourself with the industry and—if you’re lucky—make some money.
It may not be Hollywood’s greatest effort, but some movie goers may enjoy the latest summer release – “Horrible Bosses” -which takes aim at the corner office. But what do you do when this gets real?
If you’re a fan of the movies or if you want to feel like a movie star for a day, step into one of these bars that were featured in the following films. Hey, even if you don’t want to feel like a star, stop by for a drink anyway.
Celebrate July 4th with one of these patriotic flicks.
Dreary weather has pushed back the shooting of “Men in Black III” at Robert Moses State Park. The movie starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones was supposed to be filmed there starting on May 11.
With a little rain this weekend comes a perfect opportunity to check out some movies. CBS 2′s Katie McGee has a look at “The Adjustment Bureau,” “Beastly,” “Take Me Home Tonight” and “Rango.”
The British monarchy saga “The King’s Speech” leads the Academy Awards with 12 nominations.
You don’t need us to point out to you that countless movies have been set and filmed in our fabulous city. With so many to choose from, it’s tough to pick the “best” movies ever filmed in NYC – but we definitely have our favorites.
An especially robust weekend is shaping up at the nation’s theaters.
Despite decades spent playing sober commanders and serious captains, Leslie Nielsen insisted that he was always made for comedy. He proved it in his career’s second act.
The Muggles were out at midnight, lined up to be among the first to see “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1.”