One week after the Colorado shooting, Adam Gopnik takes a look back at what happened and what needs to change. Though it's impossible to say that violence in American pop culture causes mass murdering, Gopnik says, the two are connected. Has the cost of movie violence gotten too high?
Critics and moviegoers alike have obsessed over director Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy ever since "Batman Begins" opened in theaters seven years ago. But the films may have never been possible without the tireless work of Michael Uslan, a Batman fanboy turned Hollywood producer.
While women still make just a small sliver of the movies produced in Hollywood, their influence is growing. Through technology and teamwork, women are making their presence felt.
New Israeli documentary looks at bizarre world of Israeli law in West Bank, other parts of future Palestinian state
When Israel 50 years ago occupied the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and other parts of land that Palestinians hope will be their own state, they quickly implemented a series of laws to govern the land. Those laws were expected to be temporary, but decades later they persist, and they've amounted to a bizarre, and sometimes contradictory, system.
A new Frontline documentary is taking a look at the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the black community. In 2011, HIV was more prevalent in Washington, D.C., than in many African countries, including Rwanda, Ethiopia and the Congo.
The award-winning actor died Tuesday morning at his home in North Carolina. Fans will always remember him as "America's Favorite Sheriff" during his eight seasons on the "The Andy Griffith Show" in the 1960s.
In Benh Zeitlin's first film, he transports audiences to a Louisiana fairy tale land eerily similar to pre- and post-Katrina New Orleans. The movie follows the life of a 6-year-old, as the life she knows is built up and then torn apart.
Hollywood may have outdone themselves with Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. It combines all of Hollywood's best genres into one, and places vampires in a Civil War setting.
Rock of Ages opened Friday to generally mixed reviews. But the mixed reviews are passionate. Those who liked it, loved it. Those who weren't so pleased did not like it at all.
Director Barry Sonnenfeld is trying to rekindle some of the magic that Men in Black found in its original movie. He's bringing it back to basics so that it doesn't seem like it's trying so hard to be funny.