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'Civil War’ continues box-office campaign at No. 1

'Civil War’ continues box-office campaign at No. 1

NEW YORK (AP) — “Civil War,” Alex Garland’s ominous American dystopia, remained the top film in theaters in its second week of release, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Kit Harington leans into playing a bad guy in 'Blood for Dust'

Kit Harington leans into playing a bad guy in 'Blood for Dust'

NEW YORK (AP) — Kit Harington jumped at the chance to sport what he calls a “proper porn ‘stache" to play a drug-running killer in “Blood for Dust.
Critic's Notebook: 'Civil War' and the elusiveness of the of-the-moment movie

Critic's Notebook: 'Civil War' and the elusiveness of the of-the-moment movie

NEW YORK (AP) — The movies are good at resurrecting the past and imagining the future, but pinning down the present can be tricky. Movies take a long time to make.
Movie Review: A heist movie that gleefully collides with a monster movie in 'Abigail'

Movie Review: A heist movie that gleefully collides with a monster movie in 'Abigail'

If you always thought your garden-variety heist movies could do with a bit more blood-sucking vampire, have we got a flick for you.
After 40 years in Park City, Sundance exploring options for 2027 film festival and beyond

After 40 years in Park City, Sundance exploring options for 2027 film festival and beyond

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — The Sundance Film Festival may not always call Park City, Utah, home. The Sundance Institute has started to explore the possibility of other U.S.
'High School Confidential' singer Carole Pope focus of documentary 'AntiDiva'

'High School Confidential' singer Carole Pope focus of documentary 'AntiDiva'

TORONTO — Carole Pope is coming out with her life story. Producers of "AntiDiva: The Confessions of Carole Pope" say production is underway on a feature-length documentary that explores the career and life of the 78-year-old "queer maverick.
Movie Review: 'Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare' amps up a true-tale WWII heist

Movie Review: 'Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare' amps up a true-tale WWII heist

The latest Guy Ritchie flick “The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare” has a spine of true story to it, even if it does all it can to amplify a long-declassified World War II tale with enough dead Nazis to make “Inglourious Basterds” blush.
Sophie Nélisse on the intensity of filming Holocaust film 'Irena's Vow' near Ukraine

Sophie Nélisse on the intensity of filming Holocaust film 'Irena's Vow' near Ukraine

As Sophie Nélisse filmed her Holocaust drama "Irena's Vow" in Poland, she was acutely aware of the present-day horrors unfolding in neighbouring Ukraine.
'Civil War' might be the year's most explosive movie. Alex Garland thinks it's just reporting

'Civil War' might be the year's most explosive movie. Alex Garland thinks it's just reporting

NEW YORK (AP) — Alex Garland’s films have vividly conjured a virus-caused pandemic (2002's “28 Days Later”), an uncontrollable artificial intelligence (2014’s “Ex Machina”) and, in his latest, “Civil War,” a near-future America in the throes of all-o
Seinfeld's upcoming Netflix movie about Pop-Tarts to be featured in IndyCar race at Long Beach

Seinfeld's upcoming Netflix movie about Pop-Tarts to be featured in IndyCar race at Long Beach

Jerry Seinfeld's upcoming Netflix comedy will be featured during this weekend's IndyCar race at Long Beach as rookie Linus Lundqvist will drive a car painted to look like a Pop-Tart in recognition of the movie “Unfrosted.” Chip Ganassi Racing's No.