Why do so many of us cry at the movies? Why do we flinch when Rocky Balboa takes a punch, duck when the jet careens toward the tower in "Airplane," and tap our toes to the dance numbers in "Chicago" or "Moulin Rouge"?
More than four decades after the Apollo 11 moon landing, a cloth bag full of souvenirs brought back by astronaut Neil Armstrong has come to light.
Filming got under way in San Francisco on a new biopic about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, with Hollywood's Michael Fassbender playing the role of the mercurial computer pioneer.
Don't rely on the Academy Awards next month if you are seeking to know whether the movies deemed great today will survive the test of time.
Amazon is getting into the movie business.
While viewing the movie "Iron Man 2" in 2010, Roberto Garcia watched as a man in the audience and a child sitting next to him were kicked out of the theater in Austin, Texas.
The streaming service Netflix wants to make Sony's "The Interview" available to its 53 million worldwide subscribers, Netflix's chief content officer said on Wednesday.
Google's decision to distribute "The Interview" on YouTube this week is far more than a defense of free speech. It is a calculated business move that aims to propel the video site from the go-to place for free videos of dancing ...
You don't need to leave your house to watch "The Interview." Sony Pictures released the comedy on digital platforms Wednesday.
Sony's flip-flop on releasing "The Interview" shows the studio is working furiously to try to chart the right course through political and public-opinion minefields.